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Jan 25th 2017 | Public Msg
Emma said:
I had to buy more lavender mint now that my sample tin is almost empty.
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Feb 1st 2017 | Public Msg
Heather said:
I've found out, if you steep this blend for longer than 4, roughly 10 minutes you pick up the chocolate more! Definitely a 3-D blend, Soon I will try more of your blends!
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Feb 19th 2017 | Public Msg
Heather said:
Hi, Christa! How are you? I've found that if I don't bring it to boiling point, yet steep for 4 minutes that I get more of the flavor I miss, even when I don't get a cherry in with it, nor an apple piece, but this morning it tasted like coffee :) yum!
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Feb 20th 2017 | Public Msg
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I drink at least 3 cups of the lavender mint a day and I swear it gets better every time I drink it. I don't even know how that's possible, I'm so glad I ordered the big bag. I didn't even try a sample tin first, from the description it sounded heavenly so I went for it! Thank you for this delicious tea!
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Feb 25th 2017 | Public Msg
Emma said:
I've never seen a Clayface blend before. That alone was enough.

Latest Reviews

Jul 15th '17
I ordered a sample of this darjeeling varietal in order to compare it to one of my absolute plain-black-tea with-cream-and-sugar favorites around here: darjeeling sungma summer. Thus, here begins the battle of two darjeeling summers: puttabong vs. sungma! Two teas enter, one tasting comparison leaves! :p Overall, for me, puttabong is less sweet than sungma -- puttabong tastes stronger, more malty, and a tad more earthy. Sungma has a light, sweet, almost date-fruit tasting underbelly, which I found I missed with the puttabong variant. Methinks the most fitting -- and yet, oddest? -- comparison is this: puttabong is the Irish Breakfast to sungma's English Breakfast. Choose wisely! (3 mins @ 212°F)
Feb 7th '17
I gave the charcoal color as a husband-mini-gift this Christmas, and he loves it. When prompted -- 'Dude, how would you review your toasTEA?' -- he provided the following verbal review: 'Dude. Well. Uh. It keeps drinks hot, has a really nice [durable] outside finish, and it has a good self-opening lid. Oh, and it's also easy to wash.' We used to have an activiTEA (the glass travel container) and while that was very pretty and portable, it did indeed break one day. This option seems a little more long-lasting.
Oct 5th '16
I'm definitely digging how this one turned out! Lots of rich chocolatey flavor, swirled with sweet saucy cherry, and it's a really yummy herbal dessert substitute to boot. (Completely uninformative factoid: I added a dash of Splenda and nonfat half-and-half, cuz I was feeling the calorie-sneaks.) :p (4 mins @ 212°F)
Oct 5th '16
Hmm! Perhaps I got an older batch with this appley teafellow. Methinks this fall-seasonal tea is better served by blending it with something else, e.g. a caramel, a nice mellow oolong, or even a chai. My sample has the *scent* of a toffee apple, albeit a slightly artificial one, yet as with many flavored ceylons, it seems to lack body/depth on its own. Beware the bitter-oversteeping monster, too. (3 mins @ 212°F)
Sep 17th '16
For me, Clayface's blend turned out deliciously, full of lightly pumpkin-spiced, mocha-cocoa-caramely goodness. Sometimes I wonder if villain-inspired teas ought to just taste ... you know, bad. Because of the villany. And the badness. But hey, we live in a crazy upside-down world, so all's fair in representation and teas I guess, or something. :p (5 mins @ 212°F)
Sep 17th '16
Probably because he's a scientist and therefore inspires (evil?) experimentation, I've kept fiddling about with Mr. Freeze's blend formula over the years. I believe I've found the right one for him at last, though: he's all about the unbearable lightness of white tea, with the level sweetness of pear, a kick of orangey-honeyed citrus, and the tartness of blueberry-plus-orange peels in the background. I liked this one iced best, for obvious reasons, a-brrrr, with a little splash of sweetener, but like all gentle white teas, it works toasty-warm too. (3 mins @ 180°F)

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