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Yeah, this is really great.
This is the kinda tea I want as a chillout evening tea. No stinking hibiscus like so many of the others that currently live at my bedside tea station. I’m pretty over them!
This one worked really nicely to ease an inbound headache at work this evening. It’s only got four ingredients and they work really well together without needing a) hibiscus or even b) chamomile! I like chamomile but it can be overpowering in some blends. Not this one! Get outta town.
Drinking the last of this Mr. Earl May sample as a cold brew this afternoon, from my lovely but delicate More Tea tea bottle.
I only cold brewed for two hours but it was long enough to draw the flavour out without the green leaves getting bitter—I’m still finding the timing a bit of a dance when it comes to cold brewing greens. Blogs I’ve seen recommend up to six hours but that’s way too long for my tastes, or so it seems so far.
This one was very pretty to pour, as I think there is a touch of hibiscus in here, or something at least that has turned the steep blush pink. I was also surprised that the chamomile came out as strongly as it did with only a couple of hours of steeping.
The cold brew has given me a little more feeling for this blend. Interesting.
Another green flavoured tea… please. Please stop. No, it’s fine. I guess. But two in one Mr. Earl box in one month, when there are only ever three teas a month… some more variety, please!
This one’s like a combination of a green tea and a bedtime tea, to be honest—face full of calendula and chamomile. It’s fine. it’s a green flavoured tea.