drank Buttercream by DAVIDsTEA
13 tasting notes

I find this tea to be a bit of a hidden gem. It was really good! Not at ALL what I would have expected it to taste like with the subtle fruity edge, but it has a unique flavour all to it’s own. The chamomile is strongest, but with a lighter, smoother taste than normal. I didn’t add any milk to it, which I don’t usually do with most of the teas, but it didn’t need any.
I find it a nice evening tea, probably again because of the smooth camomile…. which I usually don’t drink on its own. The best word for Buttercream, according to that fact? Relaxing. It makes a nice movie-watching tea. Light, delicate, and ever so yummy. :) I’m not 100% sold on the icing theory, but that doesn’t even matter.
Attention DavidsTea fanatics: Oh, and one evening I added a tiny bit of Cranberry Pear to use up the last bit of what I had…. and it was perfect. “Cranberry Buttercream” MmmmmMMMmmmm, how I love you!

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Hello. :)
Chances are, I should probably doing homework… or working on one of a million things. Tea and fuzzy blankets are just so much better though! Oh well, here goes nothing:
My name is Victoria, and I’m currently ploughing my way through a degree in political science. I live on the west coast of Vancouver Island and absolutely love it, although I’m always off planning some massive trip to be somewhere else. I’m also one of those people who not only is always busy, but the rare times when I’m not, I make sure to force myself to be.
That’s where tea is such a wonderful thing. It’s a hobby “to go”. :)


Victoria, B.C. Canada

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