Pickwick Wild Raspberry Rose Tea – Get The Funk Outta Here

Pickwick Wild Raspberry Rose Tea – Get The Funk Outta Here

Dax: When I steeped this Pickwick Wild Raspberry Rose herbal tea, I thought to myself, what is this world coming to? The brew smells like Jolly Rancher fruit chews, which are definitely not found growing in the natural world.

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Pickwick Sweet Orange Black Tea – He’s a Fraud!

Pickwick Sweet Orange Black Tea – He’s a Fraud!

Mike: Let me tell you what words I like to see on my teabags: natural, organic, pure, artisan-crafted, teasan-approved, artificially flav…….WHAT!!! Which one stands out? Shizam, the LAST thing I want written on my tea is that it’s artificially flavored.

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Pickwick Purely Peach Tea – Its So-So For Real Though

Pickwick Purely Peach Tea – Its So-So For Real Though

Mike: Pickwick Purely Peach Black Tea is decent, just making it above the daily drinker threshhold (B or higher). This peach tea fromPickwick Tea is stellar on the peach but the tea aspect suffers.

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Sierra Brand Earl Grey’s Best – Who You Trying to Fool?

Sierra Brand Earl Grey’s Best – Who You Trying to Fool?

Mike: How dare they lay claim to being Earl Grey’s best? I happen to know the Earl myself and I can vouch 100% that Sierra Brand Earl Grey is not his favorite.

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Sierra Brand English Tradition Tea – Broken English Mos Def

Sierra Brand English Tradition Tea – Broken English Mos Def

Dax: Sierra brand english tea is about as average as they come, yet is not completely a waste. This english breakfast tea looks to set the stage for gas station brands everywhere.

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Garden of the Andes Chamomile Tea – All Niiiiice and Flowery

Garden of the Andes Chamomile Tea – All Niiiiice and Flowery

Dax: Sitting around with the sniffles is no fun, so wen I steeped this Garden of the Andes Chamomile Tea, I was hoping for a quick cure minus thechamomile tea burps.

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Octavia Tuscan Breakfast Tea – You Better Ask Somebody

Octavia Tuscan Breakfast Tea – You Better Ask Somebody

Dax: Ahhh Octavia. With ultimate steepability, they let us have it with their Tuscan Breakfast tea. This isn’t your average breakfast tea either, c’mon we wouldn’t put you guys onto anything less than extrodinary.

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Cha Cha Peppermint Rooibos – The Alpha Mint-Rooibos

Cha Cha Peppermint Rooibos – The Alpha Mint-Rooibos

Dax: Cha Cha peppermint rooibos tea was extra heavy on the peppermint tea, and feathery light on the rooibos. I’ve had the pleasure of steeping someCha Cha Tea previously and was not disappointed with the ingredient quality.

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Trescerro English Breakfast Tea – Not Worth the Shakedown

Trescerro English Breakfast Tea – Not Worth the Shakedown

Dax: Trescerro English Breakfast had a bit of darkness to it. I don’t know if they’ve been hanging around one too many necromancers and converted to mage bashing.

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Pickwick Earl Grey Tea – Borderline Average, Teetering on Normal

Pickwick Earl Grey Tea – Borderline Average, Teetering on Normal

Mike: Pickwick Earl Grey Tea has been laying around in my “to steep” pile for a long time. I decided to do the damn damn and do our first tea review ofPickwick Tea.

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