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This is funny. Found it at TJ Maxx, funny packaging, odd ingredient list which consists of berries and nothing else (although I broke a the bag apart and am completely confused by the contents, which included greens). Has a light fruit taste, no depth. I am using it in a spritzer bottle for setting make-up and mixing it into facial masks for clients. Smells lovely.
I couldn’t find much out about this tea except that its all Ceylon and from the UK. I found it at T.J. Maxx marked down to $2, and thats for 50 bags (4 cents each). Its an ok breakfast tea and the taste is typically Ceylon, no bells or whistles that I could find. The tea is only slightly bitter and does have some astringency. I think any steep over 2 minutes could make this tea undrinkable for me. I have no intention of drinking another cup of this tea, I’m going to take it to my wife’s sister who makes iced tea from Walmart brand tea.
This tea is fabulous!
It smelled like a sachet at first, but I brought myself to try it. The rose flavor is sweet and calming—not at all over-powering—and the wafting scent works wonders!
If I could to nominate a Tea of the Year, this would be my choice! It’s true, what the description says; if you add a bit of sugar, it’s absolutely like drinking fine rose Turkish delight. Add honey instead of sugar to tone down the rose a bit.