Reviews Written By Tom J.

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    5 stars
    Good Rich Flavor
    August 11, 2014
    I have been drinking Christmas Morning Black Tea for some years now and keep it on hand. Can't find it in the local stores so I order from Stash when I run low. I think the original blend was a little richer in flavor, but the current blend is one of my favorite black teas with its full mellow flavor.

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    5 stars
    Rich Satisfying Flavor
    August 11, 2014
    I like to start the morning with a cup of black tea and this English Breakfast Black Tea is one of my favorites. Rich flavor and aroma, very satisfying. I also like the Christmas Morning Black Tea a lot and alternate these two with other black teas.

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  • Jasmine Blossom Green Tea

    Jasmine Blossom Green Tea

    Price
    $125.00
    5 stars
    Nice Balance
    August 11, 2014
    I normally do not like floral teas but this green tea has a nice balance that is not too floral for me. The green tea flavor is not overwhelmed by the jasmine flavor. Nice aroma too. One of my favorite green teas.

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  • Premium Green Tea

    Premium Green Tea

    Price
    $34.95
    5 stars
    Good Green Tea
    August 11, 2014
    I love black, white, and green teas. This is a good basic green tea that I keep on hand. It has a good rich flavor and aroma. Not as strong as some of the Japanese green teas, but I prefer this for just sitting around in the morning enjoying a cup of green tea.

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  • Stash Cup Size Filter Bags

    Stash Cup Size Filter Bags

    Price
    5 stars
    Easy and Convienent
    April 11, 2014
    I got tired of using an infusion filter for my loose teas, so I tried these. I love them. One problem, even when tucking the flap back inside the filled bag the tea still came out in the mug. If you drape the flap over the side it will wick your tea down the mug. I solved that by using a round wooden toothpick to skewer the flap closed after I filled it. This works fine. I sharpened the end of the toothpick so it is easy to push through the paper. When through I remove the toothpick and toss the used tea and bag away. Works great. If you are frugal, you could empty the used bag, dry it, and reuse it. I can get enough tea into one of these bags for a 12 oz mug. I think it will hold over 2 teaspoons, depending on the coarseness of the leaves. I'll be restocking when I run low. Great product.

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