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drank Spring Harvest by Sanctuary T
183 tasting notes

Got this as a free sample with my recent order. The smell of the dry leaves really reminds me of something I drank as a kid, no doubt in the Celestial Seasonings ‘Zinger’ family. I had kind of forgotten that I was the lone tea-drinker at home growing up, having tea parties with my stuffed bunnies, serving things I’d made in my Easy Bake oven. Nostalgia. (Twenty years later, I am a pastry student with a nicely-stocked tea cupboard. I guess these things start early.)

Anyway, back to the tea. I decided to try this iced, because it’s hot as Hades outside, and because that’s how I generally prefer my fruity teas, anyway. The pale color and the sweet fullness of it remind me of honey… it’s got that nice coat-your-tongue sort of thick flavor to it. The tea (white and green) is delicate, but the passion fruit is not so strong that it overpowers it. It’s nice.

Preparation
Iced 3 min, 0 sec

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20-something. Semi-professional baker. Loves black teas and rooibos. Discovering new loves all the time.

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