South Sea Magic

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The South Sea – home of many exotic, shiny fruits and scents. This extraordinary composition captures the magic of the faraway places of this world. The blazing colors of the added blossoms and sweet fruit pieces remind you of the colorful tropics and takes you on a journey from your hectic day into warmer places. An irresistible taste experience!

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Oooh, cool. I’m the first to review this awesome tea, courtesy of Naomi at Joy’s Teaspoon. (Thank you!) I am a new fan to Joy’s Teaspoon, although I wonder how I survived without some of these teas, specifically this one!
South Sea Magic has the perfect blend of subtle tart and smoothness to create a tropical escape. I enjoyed this tea, which brews up slightly pink (awesome) at the end of a long day. It is also tropically aromatic; so pleasing.
As a personal note, this tea reminds me of San Diego, my hometown, which I miss dearly, especially in the wintertime. So I am renaming this, in my mind, as “Slice of San Diego.” :)


ooooohhh…I love the idea of naming this slice of San Diego. Hmmmm…now my wheels are turning….

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So, after a first failure to find fruitiness in a morning cup of tea, I’m turning to South Sea Magic from Joy’s Teaspoon. I only purchased the sample size of this one, but that little tin holds so much promise in its scent. It smells rich, like the black tea base it has, but also fruity and fresh and very tropical. (All good things in my quest!)

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Mmm… still smells tropical! I’m getting excited that this tea may actually deliver a fruity taste, too. So, without further hesitation, I sip and it really is fruity! It’s truly a shared experience with neither the fruitiness (think mango, possibly papaya) nor the black tea overpowering the other. It’s very good. So good that I will most likely order a larger size of this and I’m not really a black tea kind of person.

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It’ll probably do an excellent second (and maybe third) steep too…
I haven’t tried that one but LOVE Joy’s Teaspoon! : )


Yes, I’m using it to erase my pu-erh experience from memory. I will try a second and third steep, too! :) Joy’s Teaspoon does a fabulous job with flavoring teas so that the flavor transfers into the tea.

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I’m trying to drink down my stash so I feel less guilty about it, so my new rule is I have to pick something that I’m nearly out of or I haven’t tried before. I enjoyed this one, but I don’t know, the phrase that comes to mind is “not enough.” There’s not enough…something. I just don’t know what that something is. I don’t think this is one I’d want to restock.

Thanks, QuiltGuppy for sharing this with me!

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