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Mad Tea Musings

Tea of the Week for March 4, 2019: Berry Wonderful Root Beer Black Tea!

 Berry Wonderful Root Beer Black Tea!Tea Description: One of the well-known fast food chains out there has a few exclusive soda choices on their fancy new cola dispensers - and one of those choices has become a favorite soda of mine. I don't drink soda often (as I've said probably more than once) but when [...]

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Featured Reblend for February 2019: Mango Sticky Rice Genmaicha!

 Mango Sticky Rice Genmaicha!Tea Description: I first created this as a tea of the week for February 2016 (Wow, it's already been 3 years!) & I'm happy to be bringing it back (for a limited time). Since that time, my favorite Thai food restaurant has changed - as well as my favorite Thai entree - [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 25, 2019: Peanut Butter Cookie Black Tea!

 Peanut Butter Cookie Black Tea!Tea Description: OK, when I first decided to do this tea, I must admit that I had to double (and even triple) check to make sure that Frank didn't already create a Peanut Butter Cookie blend because it sounds like something he'd do. He did create quite a few different peanut [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 18, 2019: Butterscotch Custard Rooibos!

 Butterscotch Custard Rooibos!Tea Description:  As you may recall, last month's teas (January 2019) had a 'Retro Candy' theme. I ordered several different candies for "research" and among those were some rather tasty butterscotch candies. And while I enjoyed them quite a bit, I felt like I wanted something more to them. Another dimension of flavor. [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 11, 2019: PAC-Man Green Tea!

 PAC-Man Green Tea!Tea Description: This is a Pear, Apple & Cherry green tea. At first, I thought I'd call it Super PAC green tea, but then I thought better of it because I don't support the idea of Super PACs & it's probably better that I not bring politics into my tea. Then Mat came [...]

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Tea of the Week for Feburary 4, 2019: White Chocolate Black Chai!

 White Chocolate Black Chai!Tea Description: If I'm completely honest, I'm not a big fan of white chocolate. I absolutely adore dark chocolate. I also love milk chocolate. I've often referred to myself as a chocoholic & it's dark chocolate - and to a somewhat lesser extent milk chocolate - that I'm addicted to. White chocolate - [...]

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Featured Reblend for January 2019: Candy Shoppe v.2!

 Candy Shoppe v.2 (Honeybush/Herbal/Fruit Blend)Tea Description: When I first decided to call January 2019 "Retro Candy Shop" month (I did a bit of a poll on social media to determine the theme for the month) - my first thought was to include this tea as the featured reblend. For a while, I decided against it for [...]

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Tea of the Week for December 28, 2019: Acid Drop Green Tea!

 Acid Drop Green Tea!Tea Description: Another candy that I absolutely adored from my Handy Candy Haul were the acid drops. And this time, the adoration was completely unexpected. I admit the name was something that scared me - I'm not a big fan of very sour candy (or drinks for that matter) - and with [...]

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Tea of the Week for January 21, 2019: Licorice Rocky Black Tea!

 Licorice Rocky Black Tea!Tea Description: This tea is inspired by an old fashioned British candy that I ordered from Handy Candy. It was absolutely my favorite candy from my Handy Candy haul - what can I say? I adore black licorice! I loved the Licorice Rockies so much that the small amount I ordered from Handy Candy disappeared [...]

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Tea of the Week for January 14, 2019: Grays Teacake Roasted Kukicha Tea!

 Grays Teacake Roasted Kukicha Tea!Tea Description: When I ordered my haul of British old fashioned candies (you know, because research for this month's theme) I had to include Grays Teacakes in the order. Something in the name drew me to it. I really can't be 100% positive, but I think it might have been the TEA [...]

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