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Just obsessed with this blend. Incredibly versatile; I like it both hot and iced.

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This really is one of my favourite teas. Very smooth, subtle, delicious and you can make three good brews with only a few leaves.

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Oh, lucky me. :) I recently received a sample of Admari Tea’s WONDERFUL Tranquil Herbal Tea. It’s an extremely relaxing and pleasing blend, and it’s naturally caffeine-free (as most herbals are). Here’s the Admari website‘s blurb about Tranquil:

Serenity Now! It’s your time, choose the right tea. Enjoy tranquility in every cup with this calming and serene herbal blend. Need a break? Relax with Tranquil, a serene herbal infusion of calming chamomile, lavender and peppermint. Pure herbals are combined to create a lightly sweet, floral elixir of true serenity. After a long day find comfort with this naturally caffeine free blend.

This tea is from Admari’s “Relax” line of teas; their other two lines are “Active” and “Restore”. The Tranquil Herbal Tea was even better than I was expecting; the taste was very “floral” with only the tiniest hint of mint and sweetness. I was in the mood to unwind when I brewed this tea, and by the time I reached the bottom of the cup I was chillin’ like a villain. I definitely recommend this tea and can’t wait to get more for myself. You can find this tea on the Admari website; a canister of 15 pyramid bags is currently being offered for $11.99. Enjoy!

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Earthy, austere. Mild tobacco, oak, and cinnamon bark. Not too sweet, not ashy. I like this one a lot. It’s rigid and structured yet pleasantly buoyant. Stiff walls embrace a jovial core.

Tastes like a good mood to me. Grave serenity that is not to be trifled with.

A calm, knowing smile.

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drank Jin Fo by Admaritea
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Wha ‘jin fo? Delicious ripe persimmon and light cinnamon/clove spice wrapped up in a delicate piece of turkish delight , that’s what.

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Like the evening sun through a bedroom window, strokes of warm, subtle tones coalesce into a tea that is distinguished and soulful. Expect from the liquor a stone fruit sweetness and nuttiness that gently kisses the earth.


If I am to have a comfort tea, this is it.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Wow. Really, now, the folks at Admaritea have the oolong hook-up. The select few I’ve tasted so far are absolutely exceptional including this one.

It’s quite dark but not least bit charred and has a deep, decadent sweetness.
The new batch is thinner, sadder.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Real first flush ephemera, light citrus sweetness and a soft yet enticingly deep and elegant finish round out this fine Darjeeling.

I’m having an English tea party in my brain and all the well-to-dos are here.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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The scent of the dry leaf is very sweet and very fruity like fruit roll-ups. Awesome fruit roll-ups. Once steeped the leaf releases a scent of creamy vegetation.

And the liquor, yeah. . . nice. Think mango sticky rice and a green tea marshmallow gently folded into a raincloud.

Smooth and dreamy.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

“Mango sticky rice and a green tea marshmallow” =Yum!!


i refuse to describe this tea as tasting “milky” (even if it does)

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Dark, headdy, with a menthol high note and black licorice undertone this tea is perfectly capable of kicking your grandma’s ass into the great beyond. Mine, not so much. It’s definitely more of a medicinal blend for those Newport Light smoking caffeine fiending yoga moms (and dads). You know the type.

Edit: well guess what . . . this concoction is delicious iced!

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

Haha! Definitely not my personal cuppa, but funny description!=D

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