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scottish breakfast
Rating: 96
15¢ / cup
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tiger eye
Rating: 94
15¢ / cup
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masala chai
Rating: 95
17¢ / cup

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Moon Sugar
Score: 95
by Beth W
cream, lemongrass, rooibos vanilla
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Rocinante
 
by Beth W
cinnamon, chocolate chip, tiger eye
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Orsimer
Score: 99
by Beth W
vanilla oolong, mocha nut mate, honeybush chocolate

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Jul 31st 2020 | Public Msg
Robert said:
Love your blends, How do you get that Roci crew badge?

Latest Reviews

Feb 13th '20
The mint comes across pretty strong, but with the chocolate playing backup, it works well. I'm curious if it'll be as refreshing as an iced tea in summer as I think it will be. Right now, as a hot tea in winter, it definitely perks my mouth up.
Feb 4th '20
My palette isn't refined enough to catch all the flavors happening here, so what I taste is a soft black tea with a slight astringent ending. Not bad, but not unique enough for my tastes.
Feb 1st '20
This one is pretty good- very strongly scented of cinnamon (more like Red Hots than ground cinnamon spice), but the taste is mellow with some notes of apple (and the usual rooibos honey-ish flavor). It's nicely warming without being overwhelming.
Jan 31st '20
The scent has more spice to it than the taste, but this tea finishes as pure chocolate. I expected a more coffee-esque body, which it doesn't have, but the mate is moderately dark in flavor, high in caffeine, and a pretty standard black tea flavor (sans tanins).
Jan 31st '20
I'm a big fan of ginger, and regularly eat ginger chews/candied ginger, so I was really hoping this would be a big shot of ginger in my face and IT IS. It's definitely sweet ginger, in scent and flavor, but it's spicy enough to tingle and it's very warming. This is one of my new fav teas.
Jan 30th '20
I enjoy Pu-Erh teas in the winter, so if you don't, this won't be your jam. It's more Pu-Erh than anything else- very dense, earthy, mushroom/malty/roasty, and with a hint of dark chocolate. I taste the cardamom, but it almost comes across as a cinnamon, to me tongue, with the combination of flavors. I like it as a morning tea alternative to a dark roast coffee. Bonus: It steeps a second time with only a bit of a decrease in intensity and flavor.