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Jennifer C.

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This page allows you to learn a little about Jennifer. It includes a list of favorite teas as well as friends that share Jennifer's taste in tea. We hope you find the info interesting and choose to further explore our tea and teaware.

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Jul 9th '16
This tea is naturally sweet. I made this as a pitcher of iced and put in WAY. TOO. MUCH. HONEY. in the first batch. I reduced it to 2/3 c for the gallon and was still almost too sweet for me. Regardless, this is a delicious tea that I enjoyed very much, just be aware of how much sweetener you put in this.
7 mins @ 212°F
Dec 29th '12
This is one of my favorite teas! The minty-ness is there, but not overwhelming. Wonderful with a touch of cream/milk and sugar, and makes me want to curl up and read to my heart's content (much like a certain purple pony we love)
3 mins @ 180°F
Aug 7th '11
This tea smells so good in the package, I had to have a cup right away. It smells good even when steeping, too. The taste is hard to pin (like Pinkie Pie herself) but it definitely perked me up, and is good for a second steeping. The hibiscus lends it sweetness, and the grapefruit oolong brings the harmony to the other teas in this blend. I'm not a fan of chai, but this tea changed my mind about chai, and it brought forth a robustness I wasn't expecting in this tea. Don't add too much sugar/honey into this tea, it's already quite sweet. I sometimes add a touch of cream if I oversteep to help mellow it out. This is a good blend, and I can't wait to try the other MLP blends!
4 mins @ 212°F
Mar 27th '11
This is a tasty chamomile. Great alone or blended with other teas. This one is a favorite in my household.
5 mins @ 212°F
Mar 18th '11
This tea smells fabulous, great for those warm spring days. I want to try this one iced.
Mar 18th '11
This tea has a nice smell, a good tea to use for blends.
Mar 18th '11
A light and grassy tea, the stems make it interesting to look at while steeping. Don't use too hot of water for this one, it's delicate and can turn bitter quickly.
2 mins @ 180°F
Jan 28th '11
Very light and refreshing. There's a mintiness to the tea I like.
3 mins @ 180°F
Jan 28th '11
Whoa, it's a full rainbow! Double rainbow all the way! What does it mean? It means tasty, tasty tea. I was a bit skeptical at first, but I fell in love with this with my first cup. Great hot or cold. I quickly ran out of my first bag, so I ordered 2 the next time around. The tea smells a lot like caramel, but tastes more like vanilla. I wish it was more peachy, however I'm willing to look past the lack of peachiness because this is currently my favorite tea to come home to after a long day and don't want any caffeine.
8 mins @ 160°F
Jan 28th '11
I ordered the white berry and honey rooibos. I liked the honey rooibos better, on terms of taste and aroma, which didn't overpower the cookie. The white berry ones smelled a bit like cough syrup (to me at least) but they got mostly eaten before I could really sit down and taste them, so I guess they were good for the phantom cookie eater in my home.
Jan 28th '11
I liked this one the best because it was a good choice for home blending. It took the harshness out of the teas I made, and was also tasty on its own.
3 mins @ 212°F
Aug 21st '10
I love drinking this tea during the summer. It's wonderful iced with a little lemon twist and a bit of agave syrup.
7 mins @ 180°F
Aug 21st '10
These little fellas are great for when I'm on the road and need a tea fix, and I don't have my tea gear handy.
A nice blend, good with sugar and cream, but not too much, as it takes away from the tea's flavors.
4 mins @ 212°F
Aug 20th '10
Wonderfully strong, but not terribly bitter. I love having this mixed with some vanilla tea for a morning kick start.
4 mins @ 212°F
Aug 20th '10
Wonderfully fragrant, great for making mini-blends, or adding to my cup of a straight black tea in the mornings.
4 mins @ 212°F
Aug 20th '10
One of the first teas I tried from Adagio. The pearls add a cute charm and are wonderful to watch unfurl as it steeps.
4 mins @ 180°F
Aug 20th '10
Very fragrant and tasty, this tea embodies what I love about oolong teas with the seductive smell of vanilla
4 mins @ 180°F
Aug 20th '10
My favorite of green teas from this site! It reminds me of breakfast cereal in the morning and popcorn in the evening.
3 mins @ 180°F
Aug 20th '10
After I ordered my first one, which eventually cracked, my second one has trouble with replacement filter screens fitting properly, I almost have to hammer the things down to get it to go in all the way and not float up when I add water.
I love this tea! It tastes really good iced and hot, with a little bit of lemon on the side.
6 mins @ 180°F
Another wonderful blend from the Zodiac series. As a Pisces, I love this tea soo much and can't resist wanting to curl up and read while having a cup of this hot. It's also quite good iced with a bit of honey and lemon!
>10 mins @ 180°F


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