Disney Wonderland Tea

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When I woke up this morning, I thought this tea would be a good way to start the day. Now, several hours after actually getting up, I am finally getting the opportunity to enjoy it!

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My actual drinking tea for the morning.

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Already making pot number two.

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Drinking a bit of this that was “cold”-brewed on the countertop, while I was out.

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Second pot of the morning, while I look for a pu’erh sample to drink at work.

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Tasty for a morning of walking.

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Fantastic gift from my family. Want to buy tons and tons of it.

Preparation
4 min, 15 sec

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This tea was so much more than I was expecting! Disney packaging is so cute they don’t have to worry about product…but this blend is so wonderful.

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VERY light in color and in taste. Nearly tastes like hot water. It’s not terrible but it’s not much either. I will mark neutral.

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50

RIP English Breakfast tea by Disney Wonderland Teas, you were decent and bittered out much too soon for my taste.

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70
My mom-in-law bought the tea pot for me and this tea came along with it. I must say that I’m rather impressed Disney. Or whoever it is that they go through to make their teas. This is befitting of the tea drank at the mad hatters party.

The tea pot it came in was really cool and the tea tastes good. The dry smell is my favorite part though. The peach/apricot smells overwhelm the rest of the scents but in a good way. Sometimes peach can over take in a way that’s obnoxious. Couldn’t imagine flying around in one (James and the Giant Peach anyone?) The taste is also somewhat over run by those flavors. But the black tea comes out enough to mellow it down.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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79

This is one of the better flavored black blends I’ve had lately. As other people have noted it comes in a cute black Alice in Wonderland tin. I still wished it had a bit more tea flavor, but I didn’t find it as bitter or acidic as most blends. It says Indian tea and I’m assuming Assam, but am not quite sure. I like the flowery fruity bits with hint of ginger. This is a very good summery tea and I liked it even more iced. The fruit flavor is quite sweet so it doesn’t really need sweetener. I found it was tasty with a smallish teaspoon and a longer steep didn’t make it bitter. A nice tea overall.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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71

Aaaaaand another backlog. (And cold steep).

This was kind of a mystery tea last night. I couldn’t for the life of me rememeber what it was until this morning. But after drinking the other tea in the fridge (most of which was labeled) I figured it out.

The bitterness and astringency in the base disappears this way (for the better). I really like the apricot notes with the light peachiness. It didn’t seemed quite so dessert/candy like this way either. The ginger was also more subtle and added a bit of depth.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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