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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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From Jenier World of Teas

After confirming with mission control (a responsible adult!) it’s safe to proceed, put on your helmet, buckle up your seat belt and get ready to launch with this energy packed fruit and herb tea that will take you to the stars! When mission control has added the rocket fuel, check your star charts as you wait for the countdown. It smells good! Ready? Great….time for blast off!

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This blend is more herbal than Fairy Princess. The dry mix contains cornflowers, rose petals, blackberry leaves and what looks like lemongrass, as well as apple, hibi, rosehip, and orange. It smells distinctly more herbal, too. I gave it about 3.5 minutes in boiling water, and was rewarded with the normal dark red hibiscus colour.

According to the description, this one should taste very fruity, like a rocket blast, apparently. It doesn’t, really. There’s the normal over-tart, sour hibi-rosehip taste, but very little else reminds me of fruit. I can maybe find orange a tiny bit, if I’m really looking for it, but it’s not obvious. The main flavour, other than hibiscus, is more herbal than fruit. Rose comes through quite strongly, and something vaguely “green”, too. It’s not really a comfortable flavour combination. It’s not bad, though, and it’s certainly a more interesting fruit/herbal blend than some I’ve tried recently. I just wish it was a lot lighter on the hibiscus and rosehip – it would be so much better like that.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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