Like the warm apple pie from McDonald’s, only pure wholesome goodness without corn syrup and/or trans fats. Delicious and very hydrating.
16 Tasting Notes
Delicious: fruity and velvety, to match a mellow-yet-uplifting mood that can only be brought about via the combination of pure premium Ceylon tea and Canadian vin de glace.
When you feel that cold approaching…
Sublime, subtly grapefruity + antioxidant-loaded refreshing green tea. Perfect for that late summer afternoon.
Wow, wonder where I can purchase this infusion in Canada?
Really want to try this — a fruit herbal blend named “Azteca Fire” sure sounds promising.
Too caffeinated for the evening… but I’m homesick, so it’s allowed.
AND it shares a name with a classic Depeche Mode album.
Bergamot and whole wild strawberry flowers add an exotic twist to traditional Earl Grey black tea.
Always in stock in my cupboard. Oh, and this delightful, flavorful blend of Darjeeling, Assam and Ceylon teas with a bergamot twist driving them home isn’t called “English Afternoon” for nothing.
Delicious and LOADED with antioxidants; your cardiovascular system will thank you, as well — same benefits as red wine.
Oh, yes, the highlight of the Aveda shopping experience — to soothe the soul and wallet before you schlep them big fat shampoo + conditioner + balms of sorts bottles home.
Nature’s Valium. I’m not kidding. And delicious, too.
Lemony — or mint’s distant cousin, perhaps. Late summer afternoon-er, fresh, soothing, attractor of bees: genus “Melissa” — Greek for “honey bee” — not mere coincidence.
Amazingly I never get grossed out by sharing the bombilla — passing it around while chatting + getting caffeinated is the way maté actually nourishes the soul.