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drank Lemon Zest by St. Clair's
1104 tasting notes

Honestly I couldn’t find any information about this tea. On their website it is not even advertised, tea bag isn’t helping.

It is basic Ceylon black with lemon flavour. There aren’t much notes to notice unless the basic black tea with, at least, quite juicy lemon and lemon zest notes. Nothing much to write home about; but yeah today the writing is helping (even it’s tea from yesterday).

Mostly for Shae, who is my discussions poster (but others as well):
It made me a giggle a bit that admin is experiencing the troubles we had here for… for my forever. I was able to post in discussions only once I think. Anyway, I don’t know issues with TeaForum or TeaChat, as I never was a member there. But please, if you are going to run out of the space, never, never ever delete old posts. I think this family is even ready to pay some monthly subscription, so we can be together. My tasting notes are kind of mine diary, so I won’t really like to lose them just because the company ran out of space on servers. I have no idea how big this database can be, including all the pics (please let us fix outdated photos), maybe saving the pics directly to database would be big in size, but will solve photos which have disappeared (don’t know details “inside”)

As for me: 1) check and fix spam filters, they aren’t apparently working; 2) fix 503 errors, they are most annoying while using the website; 3) saving the tasting note in some cache before hitting publish button. I hate when I accidentaly close tab or just something goes wrong. Maybe checkbox share to public? — Sometimes you want just some technical data for future reference to have written down?

Well, there is lots to do! Maybe I will get rid of “buying part” even it is great idea… but maybe everyone can write there where he bought it, not necessary a vendor data based.

I agree we should have checkboxes for additives, as sugar, honey, et cetera. They are widely used and athough I don’t use them, there are some members who do. Good luck finding all the best solutions, but keep us together, please!

Flavors: Lemon, Lemon Zest, Tea

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

Great post! I’ll add it to the discussion.


I didn’t know you couldn’t post to the discussions threads. Sometimes I have trouble with messaging on here.

As for the tea – lemon and Ceylon would probably be TOO lemony for me! It would depend on how citrusy the Ceylon was.

Martin Bednář

Haha, it waas quite a lot, but just right for me :)
White Antlers: I know I have received your message, but can’t reply :( — so I will reply the way I could. Thanks for it anyway!

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drank Mint by St. Clair's
1104 tasting notes

Big bags series tea.

Well, it’s not bad; actually, quite tasty.

The mint is very nice and pleasant, refreshing and smooth. But it is that strong that base tea is overpowered and not noticeable. Probably the base is as well good, just weak in flavours. No malty notes; almost nothing as I wrote before. I would like base stronger, or weaker mint.

Flavors: Mint

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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drank Mint by St. Clair's
2977 tasting notes

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