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Here’s another tea purchased at the Victoria Tea Festival imported via the Dream Tea Boutique (http://dreamteaboutique.com/).

I’m afraid that I don’t know what a quince is supposed to taste like, never having tried one, and I had to resort to Google to find out what a ‘cherimoya’ even was. But regardless I found the flavour of this tea to be very agreeable. It’s tastes light and fruity with a bit of a tropical tang to it – from the pineapple maybe – as well hints of citrus and apples. I like that this tea company offers something different from the usual flavoured black tea fare. I mean what other company can you think of that can say they carry a cherimoya-flavoured tea?

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Kittenna

I bought a cherimoya once. I think. It was… interesting, but kinda good? But verrryyyyy expensive. Like $5.

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Kittenna

I bought a cherimoya once. I think. It was… interesting, but kinda good? But verrryyyyy expensive. Like $5.

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