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I purchased this as a sample at the same time that I submitted my personaliTEA profile for my own customized blend by Mad Pots of Tea. This is a blend that was created for Steph, who is the Tea Guru of The Tea Review Blog.
I really like the combination of Earl Grey and licorice root. Very unique and unexpected kind of taste. The lavender is also prominent in the blend (a big plus in my opinion). One down side for me is the addition of stevia to this blend. I am not a big fan of stevia, and I personally think that this blend would be so much better without it.
But, then, this blend wasn’t created for me. I do like it, but I so prefer my custom blend from Mad Pots of Tea!!!
The mail came today and with it came this very special tea that was created just for me – but not by me! And, I so prefer being a tea customer to being a tea purveyor.
So you fill out a questionnaire and a few weeks later, you receive a blend that was created just for you! This is what Madam Potts created for me!
I was going to save it to “christen” my breville with, but since I will most likely be waiting until July to receive said toy, I really don’t want to wait that long to try this tea… and I’m glad I didn’t!
The Darjeeling and Oolong work really well together. The floral notes sort of meld together into a unique kind of flower – it’s sweet, sharp and very pleasant. The Sarsparilla is a pronounced flavor here and together with the carob root it makes for a sort of cocoa flavored root beer-ish flavor. The black pepper adds just a subtle hint of spice that cuts through some of the sharper floral notes.
I REALLY like this. I love the floral notes here together with the carob… It’s just… so difficult to put into words how interesting and yummy and ME! this tea is. And since it is so me… I must give it the highest rating possible. :)
Running out of this delicious tea. Must order more!
This was a custom created blend made just for me and worth every penny I spent on it. Apples, spices even a bit of cayenne pepper make this an unusual and delicious tea
A specially made tea for my sister-in-laws birthday. Lots of tropical fruits, a tiny hint of mint. Sweet and fruity and altogether an excellent blend, except for the hibiscus which gave the liquor an odd color.
There are many things to love about this tea, or rather this herbal infusion. Its warmth, its smoothness, its ability to simulate a hug from the inside out (perhaps that last one will only be truly appreciated by me). This was, in fact, made for me by the lovely Madam Potts as my PersonaliTea. It reminds me of the warmth awaiting you at home after a cool autumn walk. It tastes like both the west coast and east coast simultaneously, tho how she managed that is still a complete mystery to me. It is creamy and hints at vanilla and caramel, and smells of some lovely woodsey thing.
This is the tea I can always reach for and be satisfied. It may not be to everyone’s taste, but it fits me to a Tea.