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I hate this…
I ordered from Dreamweaver for the red sandalwood peach tea with bee pollen and yet I bought multiple teas from there- here’s the issue: This tea is AMAZING.
Here I am making a tea to sip slowly so I chose something that does’t sound good, watermelon mint BLACK TEA (black teas are nasty, right?).
Well, turns out that this is amazingly balanced and provides a wonderful pot of tea.
I brewed this at 190 for three minutes and there is a clear presence of watermelon taste with a minty aftertaste; aftertaste everyone, the watermelon is not killed by the mintyness while you drink it.
Now you know why I hate it, I really wish this tea sucked and the peach teas was phenomenal.
This was one of the most looked forward to teas for me… but the scent of the teas ruined everything I bought from their Etsy shop because of packaging.
This tea has bee pollen and red sandalwood in it :)
I will say that it was quite enjoyable but it could be a lot better if the scents were not mixed between the teas. I might reorder this in the future alone because of scent issues. I really like the idea of peach, bee pollen, and red sandalwood mixed into a cup of tea- it’s therapy in cup.
I was so excited to drink this because it had flakes of apple in it that look fantastic.
I’m not even sure how the tea itself taste though, the packaging of my samples are all contaminated by the watermelon mint aroma. I’m going to drink all of these teas, but I won’t know how they really taste because of packaging :(
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.
This is quite mild in flavor, I steeped it for 3 minutes, and the flavor was very faint, so I tried steeping it for another 2 minutes, and then added some agave nectar and this enhanced the flavor a bit, but, it is still rather light. Tasty, but light.
I’m finishing off the last of this sampling that TeaEqualsBliss sent me.
A very good Earl Grey. Nice bergamot scent and flavor. I’m getting less astringency this time than I seem to recall with my first tasting of this tea… still just a little astringency, but it isn’t strong. The black tea is bright and strong.
This is a pretty standard take on this classic. No bells or whistles… just good Earl Grey tea.
This is a pleasant enough Earl Grey tea. The bergamot is not too strong or overwhelming, nor does it leave that kind of perfume-y taste on the tongue. The black tea is smooth and strong with a little astringency.
I like it.
ETA: Thanks to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a sampling of this tea!
Not much for scent, really.
It’s gently flavored.
I think this tastes ok but was mildly shocked that it wasn’t more flavorful.
So…I guess it DOES taste good so if you are one who are looking for a mild flavored green – this may be for you…if you lean toward ‘the more the merrier’ type of flavor it might not be enough flavors going on for you.