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This is hands-down the best chamomile tea I have ever tasted. It’s very flavorful and produces a beautiful golden-yellow cup. Very smooth with some slight honey flavor. I love drinking this before bedtime to help me sleep.
I feel like a princess when I drink it and I’m actually enjoying a cup right now! The sharpness of the bergamot is mellowed out by the creaminess of the vanilla. You can definitely taste the lavender but it isn’t overpowering. The tea base is assam so there is a little bit of astringency. You can enjoy this tea as is or with a touch of sugar and a splash of milk/cream. Either way, this tea is lovely and also beautiful to look at due to the cornflowers.
Flavors: Bergamot, Flowers, Lavender, Vanilla
Not sure if this is black tea or black little pieces of heaven. This tea was absolutely incredible.
I wish I could piece together how I felt about it, but basically it was very very good. The air in the room once you ge the leaves wet is amazing. The tea taste is very sweet but also a bit refreshingly bitter. I wish I knew the full name of this tea or if it will be the same next year. Its superb.
Ps- Best results were with boiling water
These Jasmine Pearls are excellent. The best pearls I’ve had. The jasmine is accentuated so well, with just the right amount of sweetness to balance it. This tea reminds me of walking down a calm lone road at night that’s lined with country wildflowers. It truly is and excellent tea and simultaneously stimulating and calming. I feel alive when drinking it.
Flavors: Honeysuckle, Jasmine
Dry this smells intensely of lime. Hot it is lime, lemon, and ginger. Once it cools it becomes more ginger, lemon/lime. The ginger packs some heat. I still don’t know what green rooibos tastes like. It seems to fill in all the flavor voids in the cup. I think I most detect it as a sweet grassy aftertaste. There is licorice root in this. It only adds a tiny amount of sweetness. Halfway through the cup I added a little sweetener to see how it would react. No problem, though it added nothing but sweetness. It is not something I would drink much of, but I can see this being fun for fans of lime and ginger.
One time, when I was a kid and strolling through six flags over Texas, a thunderstorm hit. Right out of nowhere, thunder and lighting, and rain and wind that blew my hat off. All of the guests were directing into the nearest shops for safety. My mom and I were pushed into the candy shop along with about thirty other people. A crack of lighting turned the power off, and I remember talks of a tornado. The wind, rain, the fear and the sweet smell of candy. That’s what this tea reminds me off. Minus the fear.