Love this, drink it almost daily. Sooo fruity
“I had this one today in-store as a sample. And then I bought some just because I had a brief burst of the old familiar feeling where I have to try all the new teas. So I got some of each of the...” Read full tasting note
“Oh, hey there, hibiscus, didn't see you hiding there. I really only got this because David's had the 50g free with any purchase promotion last week. I have to say - shipping to MA is about three...” Read full tasting note
“If you're in the mood for a slightly tart thirst quenching tea, this can do the trick in a pinch. Oh, ok, it's my last "juice" tea, I'm thirsty and water won't do it. So I finally forced myself to...” Read full tasting note
“Backlog from earlier today. I remember disliking this one the first time I brewed it up as it was so strongly hibiscusy and floral. So, decided to drop the infusion time to 3 minutes and use about...” Read full tasting note
Get lost in it
Ever hear about the tea utopia hidden deep in the jungle? Word is, it’s a pretty enchanted place. People say the hibiscus is always in full bloom, the oranges and mangoes are perfectly ripe, and the subtle scent of cornflower and safflower petals hangs in the air. How can you find this earthly paradise? It’s as easy as steeping a cup. One sip of this fruity black and green tea blend will take you right there.
Ingredients: Hibiscus, apple, black tea, green tea, orange peel, safflower, cornflower, candied mango, artificial flavouring*.
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Paradise FoundTea Palace
ParadiseGeorgia Tea Company
To me, this tastes like a more strongly fruity, sour-er version of Pink Flamingo. I dunno, they’re weirdly similar to me given they both arrived in the Spring Collection at the same time. As others have said, this tea announces itself with a strong hit of hibiscus in the mouth and leaves you with a tangy, tart fruit aftertaste. It’s fine, but I prefer the balanced notes of Pink Flamingo.
I found it quite tart, thankfully I only purchased a small sample of each spring tea but it’s drinkable and not bad for a Friday afternoon tea. I imagine it would be good if sweetened a bit (I know others found it sweet, but I like SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEET). It got me thinking about the nice warm weekend we’ll be having in Ottawa anyway :)