Cream Fantasy

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Cream Fantasy is a special green tea that is masterfully blended with the sweet, subtle flavors of berries and cream and a light base of flower petals – a sweet delight. All natural. Drink hot, cold or warm. From Sri Lanka.

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Feeling gross today. Happens every time I eat well cooked eggs for breakfast, and maybe even with sunny side up if I don’t have much besides that. Today, they were scrambled. Delish, but holy queasy :/
I’m the only one I’ve ever known with this issue. Anyone else out there?

So I didn’t really care about which tea I had. Figured anything would be good, I guess I was in that kinda mood. So when I made this, I didn’t expect it to be fab. Last time, I found it somewhat weak. But today? It was great! All semi sweet yet slightly tart and creamy strawberries with a lovely green base. Wonders never cease.


Eggs on their own make me queasy. I HAVE to have something with them – like toast and boiled eggs. Actually, I almost always pair toast with eggs, seems to help.


Uniquity, same here!! If I have them on their own, the queasiness is unbearable, especially if I travel anywhere in a car. Toast or some other food helps a little, cutting it down by maybe half. After it sets in, apples seem cut through it and eliminate almost all of my discomfort.


Apples are EXTREMELY helpful! I totally forgot! I actually find that apples settle my tummy really well, and not just for egg related issues. My husband claims that I don’t digest eggs, I compost them (sorry!). I find if I have some toast and/or sliced apple as well, my body handles them way better. Which is good, because sometimes I really like eggs!


Unfortunately, I have an egg intolerance (as does my oldest brother). When we eat eggs our insides just HURT and I have to lay down for a few hours until it goes away. I can still eat things made with eggs (i.e. cookies) but if I eat eggs straight up- not good.


Uniquity, glad to know I’m not the only one! Eggs are so yummy, I’m thankful apples are around to save the day :D


Kristal, oh no that sounds awful!! Have you ever eaten them by accident?


I’m fortunate that I don’t have this problem with eggs. However, coffee on an empty or near-empty stomach makes me sick.


It makes me jittery!! Fine once I’ve had food. I never got the people who have a coffee for breakfast… how do they function?!


Indigobloom, nope! As mentioned, I’m okay eating things that have a bit of egg in it (i.e. Cookies) and if I go out to eat I just make sure I don’t eat anything with eggs in it (I.e. Fried rice dishes).


That’s good! be careful and always have an apple on hand just in case (kidding lol)

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Thank goodness that the first time I had this tea it was prepared by an expert. I don’t do it justice. However, I am getting better. I was able to get 3 cups out of a skimpy teaspoon. It smells amazing and tastes just the same. The name fits the experience perfectly. Bare with me, I’m new to the wonderful world of tea. I definitely recommend you try it!


Could you maybe please give more details on brewing? Amount, approx temp, steeping time?

Po Nee Monet Bouquet

Unfortunately, the package does not make it easy for a novice as it does not have any brewing information. I used a teaspoon. The approx temp is 180 degrees. The steep time is 3 to 4 minutes. I’ve also cold brewed a teaspoon in a 20 oz bottle and that tasted great as well. I hope you come back and share your experience.

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