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I’m totally drinking Watson, black!

If you like drinking your teas black, the Watson blend is a really nice cup of tea to drink on its own without any extra adornments.  370 more words

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Adagio Tea's Sherlock Fandom Blend (updated review)

Note: This is a reprint of My thoughts on Sherlock, the tea with a few extra thoughts added.

My thoughts on Sherlock…

Honestly, when you first smell the tea: My God, it’s smoky as fuck. 402 more words

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Adagio Tea's The Tardis Fandom Blend (review)

Oh. Wow.


Just smelling the contents of the bag… It totally smells like Maynard’s Wine Gums (the blackberry flavour, mind you!) with just a hint of the citrus/bergamot from the Earl grey! 363 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Inspired By Jane’s Donwell Abbey Black Tea

“It was a sweet view—sweet to the eye and the mind. English verdure, English culture, English comfort, seen under a sun bright, without being oppressive.” 863 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

What happens when you combine black tea with a wine often used in Italian cooking? You get Inspired By Jane's Donwell Abbey, a black tea with cinnamon and marsala wine. It's not a combination you see much from your typical tea vendor - and as I discovered, it was actually quite delicious. Read my review of Donwell Abbey at A Bibliophile's Reverie to learn more. And yes, Donwell Abbey is another tea inspired by one of Jane Austen's novels. ;)

Tea Time at Reverie: Inspired By Jane’s Donwell Abbey Black Tea

“It was a sweet view—sweet to the eye and the mind. English verdure, English culture, English comfort, seen under a sun bright, without being oppressive.” 863 more words

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Tea Review -- Bobby Singer

Blend: Bobby Singer

Description (From website):

This deep nutty tea reflects the older and wiser Bobby. The aniseed reflects his overwhelming experience and fatherly behavior to Sam and Dean (those idgits).

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Tea Time at Reverie: Whispering Pines Tea Company’s Rivendell Tea

“Shadows had fallen in the valley below, but there was still a light on the faces of the mountains far above. The air was warm. The sound of running and falling water was loud, and the evening was filled with a faint scent of trees and flowers, as if summer still lingered in Elrond’s gardens.” 975 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

I think I know a number of readers who will leap at learning more about this tea! And in my opinion, this unique and delicious oolong blend was a stunning reflection of its namesake. Head on over to A Bibliophile's Reverie now to read my review of Whispering Pine Tea Company's Rivendell Tea!