Sunday, January 13, 2013

Things I Like A Lot #3: Tea

And now for something more pleasant. :-) Back in fall, Monika at Rocaille Writes wrote a beautiful tea post and oddly inspired a desire to write about my favourite tea as well.

Tea! Who doesn't like tea? Well, I didn't. I was solidly Team Coffee all the way, ever since my first sip at 16 and becoming a manic coffee drinker to the point that at my craziest, I was inhaling 6-7 grande Starbucks mild brews every single day for months. (Starbucks mild brews contain the highest amount of caffeine, followed by the dark roast and various amounts of espresso shots.) Anyway, all those Starbucks trips were bankrupting me and I didn't like getting the shakes whenever I was in withdrawal. So I quit coffee cold turkey for one whole year and never allowed myself to have more than 4 cups per day max when I got back on it, although I tried to keep it to 2-3 at most.

In winter, when caffeine becomes even more important due to hibernation syndrome, I substitute every other cup with black tea in an attempt to keep things (my head) balanced. With the explosion of DAVIDsTEA in the city, I started to dabble in loose leaf tea and found that not all teas play stupid mind games. The reason I didn't like tea was the same reason some people hate coffee: they don't taste the way they smell! I love the idea of hot water steeped in flowers and herbs and unicorn magic, but tea always tasted like water and I didn't understand the ritual, feeling mildly disappointed whenever I was out having a cuppa with tea drinkers. But 2012 was the year of seeking comfort wherever I could, and sometimes piping hot water does that, be it in your cup or in a bath. Also, testing the nose with teas has something to do with testing the nose against perfume bottles. I'm determined to learn to smell better. So now I have one foot in Team Coffee and the other solidly planted in Team Tea.


As a coffee drinker, it makes sense that I should like black tea most. I can be low maintenance and drink Tetley Orange Pekoe daily, but my favourite is Earl Grey. Cream of Earl Grey is even better, with a touch of vanilla to round out any bitterness, and it smells divine. (Confession: I drink black teas with a drop of milk and honey. Don't judge.) I'm now on the hunt for perfumes or candles that smell just like the bestest of earl grey teas. Say "bergamot" and I'm listening.

As a departure from black teas, I decided to try a small bag of Forever Nuts and was immediately smitten with its toasty and aromatic almond scent. It's pretty and visually pleasing as well if you drink tea in a clear glass, as the tiny amount of beetroot turns the water a cheerful pink. I love this especially when I light the French Baguette candle as the scents feel complementary and make me feel like I'm wrapped up in a cocoon of ultimate comfort.


I swear this post isn't sponsored by DAVIDsTEA. There are a few locations near me and it's easy to pop by for a sniff test and ask for $3-4 bags worth of various flavours to test out. To be tested: Toasted Marshmallow. Previously loved: Simply The Zest. Lukewarm about Oh Canada. (Love maple, hate the texture of rooibos.)


Going back to my love of Earl Grey, oddly enough, my favourite bagged version comes from a Canadian coffee chain called Second Cup. They make the best London Fog, and while I rarely pay the extra money for foamy milk, it's a nice, indulgent drink on a cold, rainy day.


I know that they don't use real bergamot oil, but they do however use real rose petals, which makes the fragrance of the tea amazing. I buy a pack of 12 teas and keep it at my office for tea breaks when sometimes what I really want is a Starbucks run.


And on super low-key nights, I fall back on an old family staple: Korean rice green tea. Giant packs can be found at the Korean grocer for as low as $5 and it's the next best thing to drinking hot water but not wanting it to be just water. It's toasty with just the barest hint of flavour. It helps me go to sleep faster, which is a huge bonus.


And my favourite recent discovery: Tea Forte Cucumber Mint. It's green tea with cucumber fruit, spearmint leaves, blueberries, marigold flowers and basil leaves. YUM YUM. Reminds me of the infused spa waters which makes me nostalgic for the days when I used to go to spas for facials like it was nothing. I never go to spas now and it's a rare indulgence. This brand isn't the most economical, but at 75% off with a further employee discount, I managed to snag 3 boxes before the customers got to them. ;-)



What are your favourite teas?

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  1. TEEEEEA! Being an arab, I cannot escape tea in my home haha. There's an incredible tea store in Victoria, BC called Silk Road Tea and it's also a spa/aramotherapy store as well. I got these incredible teas that came with vodka and spiced rum infusion recipes from there - DELICIOUS! Have you ever tried Sloane tea? It was at Indigo/Chapters for a while, and their black tea is absolutely divine.

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    1. One of the best teas I ever had was in a Turkish family home and they couldn't tell me what exactly it was. But that was during my heavy coffee days when I hated tea and I still remember how great it was.

      Never tried Sloane. Either it was too expensive and I ignored it or they weren't at Indigo/Chapters this season. Tea is starting to become another burgeoning collection. Gotta finish off a few before sniffing around for more. :)

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  2. I, like you, used to drink exclusively coffee, and a lot of it (although, not as much as you, that's for sure!). I recently started drinking some tea at home since it's a lot easier than making coffee and it keeps me warm (without the shakes!). I've really been enjoying any vanilla teas lately, as well as chai, or spicy teas!

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    1. I do everything excessively. -__-

      It kind of did start with tea being easier to make, though cleaning out the loose leaf from a tea pot is a chose I detest. I'm not a fan of chai or spicy teas but vanilla black teas are lovely. :)

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  3. Aww, thanks for the mention, Liz! Your Forever Nuts tea is long gone from our house, sadly :( I'm giving Adagio teas a whirl recently and I'm really liking them so far! x

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    1. I have a couple of Adagio samples that I need to try out. Should have mentioned it in this post, eeps. I'm scraping the last bits of my Forever Nuts as well. Which teas did you get from Adagio?

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  4. I´m fond of "tea", the kind that is not really tea at all, the kind that consists mostly of herbs and spices! I love Pukka teas and Yogi Tea! I have also tried making my own tea, some ordinary herbs taste very good when dried and used for tea!

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    1. I "make" lemon/lime/cucumber-infused waters during summer but that's about as fancy as I get! Which herbs have you used? I haven't tried Pukka or Yogi yet.

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  5. Holy crap, 6 - 7 cups of coffee a day?!?! I am simultaneously disgusted and impressed…

    WHERE CAN I GET UNICORN MAGIC TEA?

    I am so not adventurous with tea. I seriously only drink Tetley's Orange Pekoe at home. I don't mind Chinese tea, either, like jasmine or whatever they serve at Chinese restaurants, but I don't know how I feel about fruity or nutty or otherwise flavoured teas. Maybe I should get into tea. And then I'll be all, "Suddenly… TEA!"

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    1. That's me: disgusting or awe-inspiring. LOL

      I'm giving you some tea at our next meet-up. :) I love jasmine tea as well but it's been a while since I last had some. At one point everyone kept giving me jasmine pearls and it took years to empty those suckers.

      Seriously, tea is weirdly addicting. Basically, half the fun is in chasing down your fave flavours, the other half in delighting in scalding hot water during winter cold. I can never drink lukewarm coffee anyway and tea stays hot for much longer.

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  6. I love tea! It's actually on my 2013 to do list, to write more about my tea addiction. I drink a lot of tea during the day, everyday. My favourite one is green tea but I also like flavoured tea. But I need my coffee in the morning (with cinnamon, yummy). / Claire

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    1. Hi, Claire! My tea count today was a grand total of... 5! And my cups are on the massive side. :) I don't like green tea on its own but certain mixtures are okay. Lately I've tried to go without coffee and it's been about every other day. The first cup in the morning is always such a joy though!

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  7. I also like tea. I started drinking it because my best friend grew up drinking it. I find the ritual soothing. This Christmas, family friends gave me some DAVIDsTEA, which I hadn't heard of before. You've reminded me to give it a go. (I'll try it after the Boy and I go for a jog. First time in ~8 months. Wish us luck!)
    ps I've never been a coffee drinker.

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    1. Friends were always trying to convert me to tea back in the day and I shunned it back then. And now I don't feel sane if I don't get a cup of black tea in the morning! Which flavours did you get from DAVIDs?

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  8. I was very disappointed when I found out that the bergamot in my Earl Grey tea was fake.
    I think if they are not real they feel very harsh unless they cover it up with something else.
    Well ,, I need to find the one with real Bergamot oil. Wish me luck~

    My favorite black tea is Celestial's Morning Thunder:)

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    1. I'm just a beginner in the tea thing so haven't really looked hard for teas with real bergamot oil. But I do wish you luck and please tell me if you find one! ;)

      Morning Thunder sounds great!

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  9. I love tea! So much! I used to drink coffee but I'm too sensitive to caffeine now to be able to. Black tea, however, perks me up without jittering me silly. My favorite right now is Adagio's Earl Grey Lavender, with a bit of sugar and lactose-free milk. My mother gave me some Tea Forte for Christmas a couple years ago, and I just adooooore the packaging! It's just SO CUTE LIZ IT'S SO CUTE.

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    1. I really need to try that Earl Grey Lavender. It sounds amazing!!!!!!!

      AND I KNOOOOOOW!!! I wanted to talk about the packaging of Tea Forte but the post was already long enough as it was. I love it when I stick these tea bags into the compost bin when I'm done and the little green leaf is sticking out from the debris like a new sprout. :D

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  10. I love tea. I think I was into tea before I ever started drinking coffee...although I like both, now. I've only recently started drinking Earl Grey (within the last year) as I was always more into green/white before that. I drink Earl Grey Lavender for breakfast most mornings now; haven't really been into coffee lately. EXCEPT I JUST RAN OUT OF EARL GREY. And I'm trying to finish up the other bags before I order more X_X

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    1. I really really want to try Earl Grey Lavender. And I've been skipping the morning coffee every other day in favour of black tea! Gasp!!! I think we're on the same track re: tea. I also want to finish up a few bags before launching myself toward new flavours.

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  11. i thought about getting that tea forte tea before... hmm! my favorites are Mighty Leaf Green Tea Tropical and Lupicia Moscato! :)

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  12. I love tea! I'm a huge chamomile fan which actually most people hate. But I swear it keeps me calm HAHA. Yeah..
    Early Grey! Hot! That was Picard's tea in Star Trek! :) I love Earl Grey too.
    I want to order some Adagio Teas-they have Fandom based teas like HOBBIT TEA. NEED.

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    1. I'm not a fan of chamomile either, though I love it in theory. :(

      LOL @ hot Earl Grey tea. Picard is my man, so naturally. ;D

      HOBBIT TEA. You find the most amazing things!

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  13. I am more of a coffee person and tea is not as common as coffee in my household. My favourite kind os tea is Bubble Tea with tapioca pearls! I have had about 100 of those in Sydney. Unfortunately, can't find any here. Now I am craving for Lychee milk tea! I blame you :D

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    1. Bubble tea was all the rage when I was in my 20s but it has been a long time since I've indulged. We're completely out of coffee in the house this morning and suddenly I want a nice big cup of caffeine. I blame you. :D

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  14. I love tea, too. I must admit though, I'm not very adventurous with trying different types. As you mentioned, they don't always taste the way they smell. It's kind of disappointing when they smell delicious and end up tasting a bit bland.

    Earl Grey's one of my favourites, too, and I've also got a bit of a thing for chai at the moment. The Forever Nuts tea sounds yummy!

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    1. Once I decided that the scent should be aromatic and psyched myself into thinking that I'm just drinking water, the teas started going down better. :)

      I'm not hugely into nutty things but it's delicious in tea form!

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  15. I drink coffee in the morning to actually wake me up, then I usually have a few cups of herbal tea throughout the day. I like citrus, so Tazo's Wild Sweet Orange is a favourite, and the London Tea Company's strawberry peppermint is also really good.

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    1. I like the odd cup of Tazo Zen tea. Haven't tried London Tea Company before but strawberry peppermint sounds great!

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  16. My favorite tea is my homemade Chai tea mix because I can gauge the amount of the different spices. Less cardamom, more cinnamon, miam!

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    1. Oh, you're at the expert/DIY level that I can never achieve, LOL. :)

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  17. Um, hello there dear wifey who likes a bit of honey and milk in her black tea, same as I do!! :D Yay for soulmates!!! I looooove tea as well--there's really nothing better than a steaming cuppa in the morning, during lunch, while snuggled up in bed reading...is there really ever a BAD time for tea?!!

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    1. Love it. Lifetime with you is going to be so easy. ;)

      I swear, lately my energy bill is going up because I boil water too much, LOL!

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  18. Hi lips, the couple experiences I had with tea forte were great, but it is pricey! Earl Grey used to be my favorite too, though a weaker stomach caused me to turn to milder teas in recent years. My current favorite is jasmine tea, though I do like mint and Korean barley tea too.

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    1. It's insane that a pack of 10 sachets should be CAD$20. @___@ Good as they are, I'd never pay regular price.

      It's too bad about the earl grey. Decaf doesn't help? :( I also really like jasmine and Korean barley. :)

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  19. Tea!!! Nothing's more satisfying than a nice hot cup of tea. My favorites would have to be chamomile, green, and genmaicha. Tea lattes are such a treat every now and then too. :)

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    1. Oh, we're kind of opposite in our tea choices but I'm all for tea lattes. :D

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  20. I'm not a coffee drinker. I used to when I was at uni, but caffeine doesn't do anything to me. I still slept like a baby :-D Tea however, is my favourite drink. I drink all sorts of Chinese Tea. Direct translations from Chinese would be some flower tea, old tea, King of Teas, and the latest blend I'm drinking is Gaharu tea. Our ritual is different, as we have cute little pots and cups. When I'm lazy, I just dunk it in hot water. LOL! Maybe I should write up a post one day :-)

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    1. There was a phase when I'd sleep after a cup of coffee regardless, but the habit had to be kicked when I hit the jittery and shaky stage!

      Do write up a post! It'd be nice to read about the Chinese tea ritual. I like my tea cups to be humongous because there's nothing quite like cradling a hot cup in cold hands on winter mornings. :D

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    2. Ah yes, I miss the cold. If I did that here, I'd break up a sweat in less than 2 minutes. Hahahaha!

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    3. Maybe you can crank up the A/C really high and pretend you're here with us. ;)

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  21. My husband would love this post because he HATES COFFEE!!! Funnily enough, he ONLY drinks English Breakfast tea, and then ONLY with a dash of skim milk. I, on the other hand, drink coffee, hot chocolate and lots of different teas (hot or iced)! Green tea, peppermint tea, Rooibos tea, camomile tea, Turkish apple tea (iced)....I could go on...

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    1. I get that some people don't like coffee but why does he hate it so much? lol I sense a story!

      I like English Breakfast as well. LOL, Vita - you drink fiend you. :)

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    2. I don't know there's much of a story - I don't think he grew up in a household of coffee drinkers like I did, lol!

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    3. You know, only my parents drink coffee; none of my 3 siblings are into it!

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  22. I have never been a coffee person (caffeine has no effect on me...) but have been developing a thing for tea over the past year. Thanks again for recommending Cream of Earl Grey, it is really lovely (we have the same tastes, so of course I like it). Forever Nuts is still on the to-try list, as well as The Earl's Garden and Cheeky Lychee.

    I don't judge you for the milk in your black tea by the way! My first introduction to black tea was through HK-style milk tea, so I've only just started appreciating black tea sans buttloads of milk and sugar.

    Clearly we should have more tea-related Twitter conversations <3

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    1. I haven't been very adventurous with the teas lately and just keep repurchasing Forever Nuts and Cream of Earl Grey. I do want to explore some rose-scented teas later though. :)

      Pretty sure that we can twitter as much about these things as blushes and makeupy things! :D

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  23. I love tea and have since I was a young girl; my grandmother would make toast for me, slathered in butter & Greek honey, which we would then dip in our tea - sounds weird, but it tastes pretty good! I also adore coffee and even came THIS close to opening up a gourmet coffee shop about 20 years ago (then I became pregnant & basically scrapped that entire idea, lol!). As to David's Tea, my daughter & I don't want to shop there cause we feel like they stole their entire concept from Teavana (the original tea store of that nature) and our loyalties lie there...sounds silly, I know! Second Cup, on the other hand, is closer to our hearts, especially since my brother is President of International Development for the brand - nepotism, much! By the way, those Starbucks drink are not only stupid expensive, but hideously fattening too -- main reason I stopped buying from them years ago. If you want to save major money & indulge in great coffee, invest in a Nespresson machine -- you'll never regret it.

    But I digress....tea is many things and many flavours to each of us; the choice is staggering, and like you, I'm rediscovering my love of this beverage all over again! Thanks for such a tasty post!

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    1. Mmmm... your grandmother's tea ritual sounds so comforting and cozy. Weirdly, neither of my grandmothers were into teas. I don't remember drinking tea with them at all despite living with my paternal grandmother for two years.

      I bet that gourmet coffee shop would have been amazing! And I've been thinking of dipping my toes into Teavana, as I know that they don't rely on artificial flavouring like DAVIDs does. I think there was more than enough room for another tea store to add competition to the market, but it really does look as if DAVIDs copied Teavana with snazzier designs and marketing efforts. The thing is DAVIDs makes it seem fun while Teavana stores always look so serious that as a tea newbie, I don't feel comfortable going there as much.

      And I rarely buy bar drinks from Starbucks OR Second Cup because I can't spend $5 on coffees. I'd argue that Second Cup's pricing is just as insane because they hiked it up to match Starbucks. (Even just a regular tea from both stores is $2.) I'm a simple person and just like regular drip coffee with the $20 coffee maker. No fancy machines for me yet. :)

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  24. you like Earl Grey?! hi-five!!! that's my favourite tea next to chinese pu er tea!

    Jo Malone is coming up with a new cologne "Earl Grey with Cucumber", can't wait to sniff that :D!!

    Thanks for your following and commenting on my first empties post!
    You said you would follow Makeup Kismet's calculation of empties in 2013...what's that about? :D

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    1. Earl Grey is one of my favourite smells in the world. :) That Jo Malone perfume is a re-release and I was so bummed that I missed out the first time. I don't like JM perfumes very much because they're usually really light and watery, but I have to at least test out Earl Grey & Cucumber this time.

      Ashley (Makeup Kismet) used my calculations at first but changed 5 sample/minis = 1 regular size to something better, separating the tiny samples from mini/travel size items. I'm going to do the same because it seems more accurate!

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    2. lol oops i knew it was a re-release! i hope it'll be a good one :D coz i just love teas! There's a Russian Earl Grey by Lipton which goes extremely well with chocolates, try it if you see it! There's also a French Earl Grey by TWG (tea group in Singapore i think) which is very aromatic too (but price tag is freaking high). Yeah I wish JM would come up with EDP more instead of EDT which fades so quickly!

      *hops over to Ashley's blog*

      I bought a box of masks (like 12 pieces of the same flavour) but I'm stuck at how to count them XD any thoughts?

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    3. I've been calculating each mask as 1 regular item, because I don't use them often and they are sort of special occasion items... no? I think that's up for debate. :)

      I haven't seen a Russian Earl Grey around but will look for it next time at the grocery store! And I've passed by TWG before when I was in Singapore last year though I didn't go in. AND I AGREE RE: JM AND EDP/EDT. Whyyyyy do they do that??? :<

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  25. woohoo a post dedicated entirely to tea!! :D I'm the same as you, I love coffee and tea equally, although I have cut back on coffee a lot. I try not to drink it more than 4 days a week, and when I have 'coffee days,' I don't drink more than 3 cups. Exceptions made for nights with papers/finals of course hahaha. As for tea, I'm a green tea girl, although I also like Chamomile before bed. Barley tea's another favorite, although I usually only drink that in restaurants.

    Also, intruding on your conversation up there. I LOVE JM Early Grey & Cucumber, but if light and water fragrances are not your thing...not sure how you'll feel about that one. It's VERY watery. Hope you like it though! I wish they would also re-release the Sweet Milk scent, never had the chance to sniff that one.

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    1. Hey, on papers/finals nights, ANYTHING GOES. ;)

      I don't like chamomile or green, but we can drink barley or coffee together and try to limit ourselves to 3 cups. :D

      I think there has to be a complexity to the watery scent if I'm to devote myself to a whole bottle, but I'm determined to spray that sucker on and see how it wears on me. I also wish they'd re-release Sweet Milk. :(

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  26. very late to the game here - but B&BW/Slatkin has two "tea-ish" candle scents you might be interested in (if you haven't smelled them previously) - Black Pepper Bergamot, and London Calling (tea and lemon combination). I love your blog as well as a cup of Earl Grey with milk and sugar. :)

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    1. Oooh, thanks for the heads up! I haven't noticed Black Pepper Bergamot but now I'll keep my eyes peeled. As for London Calling, it came and disappeared within a week or two. It was a limited edition release and I snubbed it at first. Ah well... maybe they'll bring it back later since it was so popular and sold out so quickly.

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  27. I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of trying David's Tea, but if you like almond flavor, you would probably like The Republic of Tea's Vanilla Almond. It's especially good iced. Also, if you want really strong tea, have you tried Twining's English Breakfast or Irish Breakfast? They are knock-you-over strong but very tasty with some milk and sugar.

    I like most flavors of tea, except unflavored green tea (just tastes so bitter and grassy to me). Fruity teas are my favorite (like The Republic of Tea's Ginger Peach black tea and Kiwi Pear green tea) followed closely by chai like Twining's Pumpkin Chai.

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    1. I like vanilla also, so Vanilla Almond sounds fantastic. :)

      Twinings is okay - I have repeatedly purchased their variety pack containing Earl Grey, Lady Grey, English Breakfast & Irish Breakfast, but I actually don't find them to be that strong. I agree with you re: unflavoured green tea. Fruity teas aren't my faves but pumpkin chais are nice as long as they don't contain too much spice and enough pumpkin.

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    2. Aah, that's the same variety pack I've bought. I suspect I steep my teas too long, and that's probably why they taste strong to me.

      I really enjoy the Pumpkin Chai--it's just strong enough and a very nice flavor, not all spice.

      If you'd like to try any I'd be happy to send you some!

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    3. I steep the tea bags until I finish drinking. ;) You forget that I used to be a master coffee drinker, so I probably prefer stronger teas.

      Thanks but I'm drowning in tea samples right now, and I had my fill of the pumpkin chai during autumn. But I really appreciate the offer! :)

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  28. Oh, and I meant to ask--I have wanted to try some rose teas. Any recommendations?

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    1. I've been wanting to try rose as well, so I'm at the same page as you in that regard. My plan was to go to Davids Tea and ask to sniff all the teas with rose in it!

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  29. Liz,

    Thanks (I think?!) for this post! The day it was published I wandered over to David's Tea out of curiosity... Well, Canada Post is amazing and got my order to the States very quickly. I wanted to try the Canadian maple tea and of course it would be a shame not to add another tea or two to my cart. The teas are amazing and are a happy moment for me a few times a day here at work.

    Thanks for the blog!

    ~Trish

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    1. Hi, Trish! I'm so glad you're enjoying the teas and that they're making your days better! :) Canada Post normally isn't known for being amazing, but really glad to hear it shipped quickly. I've run out of my favourites Forever Nuts and Cream of Earl Grey and will be making a visit to DT soon. I think we can spend quite a long time testing out a lot of different flavours! Thanks for your comment and have a great day. :)

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  30. Hi, Liz!
    It's been quite a long since my last visiting. But I'll definitely come back, shortly, to give a massive attention to that entire post (links attached, all the comments and replies), for a very obvious reason!
    I hope that you've been doing well as your whole family.
    Enjoy the halfway to the weekend! ;D
    Kiss kiss.
    Cheers.
    Seelah. *

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    1. Hello, dearest! Thanks for your well wishes. We are in a better place right now and I'm only waiting for spring to feel a little extra better. :) Come back soon - I would love to know what teas you like!

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