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Dry Leaf Nose: Fruit ambrosia, sweet but light.
Liquor: Clear pink/red liquor that is fragrant from the fruit, but still delicate
Flavour: Fruit mélange is the main note with a sweet-tart taste and cinnamon finish. Refreshing and satisfying.
Just curious – if this one’s not a new tea (which it doesn’t appear to be), why put up a description like this now?? Made me excited until I saw that there were year-old tasting notes :( (And I’m not familiar with it, so it probably doesn’t exist anymore).
Krystaleyn – they’re re-releasing it for Mother’s Day :)
How did you find that out?! I use Facebook to be up on things and somehow missed the new teas AND the re-release of this.
Whoops, I see the Mother’s Day stuff. I hate this stupid Timeline layout…
I just saw it on the actual DT website actually – I’m not too good at keeping up on Facebook
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