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I had high hopes for this tea since I am a meditator, and am not a Buddhist but I think he had some good ideas. But, it wasn’t quite what I was expecting.

This tea is quite pretty to look at. The hibiscus blossoms are beautiful, and it is fun to watch while steeping until it reaches that deep honey white tea color. The smell of it is quite sweet, which is surprising.

In drinking it, it starts with a sweet, fruity taste, then you can taste the Jasmine, and it ends on a floral note. Part of the taste reminds me of an updated version of Jasmine Green Tea. Also, for some reason, the other part tastes similar to DT’s Daydreamer, with a strong mango/peach taste. I would be surprised if this was created by the hibiscus alone (maybe there was something else in the “Natural Flavouring?”), but it is quite unexpected.

I am not sure if I am going to get this one again. It is pretty yummy, but it isn’t really different enough from the other DT options.

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Lynne-tea

This is one I forgot to buy when I went on my sample rampage! It seemed like it would be an interesting tea.. I don’t like the sounds of the mango/peach taste coming from no where.. odd.

Indestructible

Yeah – it sure was a surprise – it would be much better if mango/peach or something like that were in the ingredients!

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Lynne-tea

This is one I forgot to buy when I went on my sample rampage! It seemed like it would be an interesting tea.. I don’t like the sounds of the mango/peach taste coming from no where.. odd.

Indestructible

Yeah – it sure was a surprise – it would be much better if mango/peach or something like that were in the ingredients!

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