This tea is fresh and fruity. The fig flavour plays nicely with the oolong tea and leaves you craving more every time you drink it!
“Tea find!!! So I bought this nearly two years ago and somehow, it disappeared into the shallow depths of my cupboard. Since then, I’ve rearranged things, taken everything completely out and...” Read full tasting note
“Another tea I haven’t had in ages! That I logged in February, therefore must have bought this package then…. getting old! The aroma is kind of fruity and rich; I could be convinced that...” Read full tasting note
“Is this the only tea of the month that hasn’t stuck around longer? I really wish it wasn’t the case. It’s been my favourite.” Read full tasting note
“Well this is a polarizing tea! I got a sample of this one in my swap with brandy3392, and I’m excited to try it because I love figs. Also the dry tea smells really...” Read full tasting note
Ever wonder why Adam and Eve used fig leaves to cover up? Well, some speculate that what Eve ate was not an apple at all, but a sweet, ripe fig. Which makes sense, because figs truly are the most seductive of fruits. Especially when paired with oolong, honeydew and watermelon, and strewn with carrot flakes and safflower petals. This tea is so tempting it’s almost sinful.
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love forbidden fruit and so sad to find out that they aren’t keeping it on board at david’s. so i bought myself a full tin and have been enjoying it at home. this was actually the first tea i tried at DT and it was during a really snowy day in February. The tea instantly warmed me up and the fruity scent and taste made it feel like maybe it wasn’t so wintery out there after all (of course when the cup was done, i learned it was). love this tea and drink it often without ever getting sick of it!