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Bigelow's Constant Comment tea is sold in Quebec. Many of its rancorously perfect bags contain honey and orange peels. They are sung about by soldiers, and postmodernists.

The tea and oranges all the way from China in Suzanne.

The tea-lovers guilty pleasure. 

It's not really good tea, so much, as a citrus/honey/? amalgamation. Which happens to taste, with an additional lashing of sweetner, very, very good. Like Coca-cola good, or Riesling wine, or Moroccan mint tea good. It's the taste you "never get tired of". Doubly so with butter biscuits. You have been warned. But don't tell anyone else.

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