drank November Box by Teabook
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K S shared a little envelope of the dragonwell from this Teabook installment. Having learned my lesson (premeasured packets), I didn’t overdo on the cup size this time. The dry leaf is really powdery. Left a nice little green Christmas wreath at the bottom of my cup. A little leaf doesn’t bother me, but if you don’t like that, be forewarned.

Aesthetics aside, the tea itself is very, very good. Green tea doesn’t get a lot of attention at my house, but dragonwell is my favorite, and this is a tasty representation of that variety—summer hay and lip-lickingly sweet. This is one to save until the absolute dead of winter when you need a small cup of spring.

K S

I also thought this one was pretty tasty. The powderyness would be my lack of adequate packing and some one not paying attention to the do not machine stamp on the envelope. It was small pieces but not powder.

gmathis

:) Duly noted. Still good!

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K S

I also thought this one was pretty tasty. The powderyness would be my lack of adequate packing and some one not paying attention to the do not machine stamp on the envelope. It was small pieces but not powder.

gmathis

:) Duly noted. Still good!

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