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This review sample had been on the backburner for some time because the vendor (a teashop out of New York) didn’t have a website. I changed my mind when I learned – from the owner – that it was a blend of linden flower, white tea, rose, lemongrass. That and it smelled all citrusy, floral, and…well…awesome. That impression also carried over to the taste. It was blended in such a balanced way that the floral element doesn’t dominate, nor does the lemongrass. You actually get a sense of the white tea base’s melon note on the finish. This was quite expertly crafted.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/04/23/review-sun%E2%80%99s-organic-garden-warm-your-heart/

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QuiltGuppy

How can you tease us with something that’s not available online? Hrmph. ;)

Geoffrey Norman

I share every wonderful tea I can. Obscure or no. ;-)

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QuiltGuppy

How can you tease us with something that’s not available online? Hrmph. ;)

Geoffrey Norman

I share every wonderful tea I can. Obscure or no. ;-)

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