Secret Garden

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From LuxBerry Tea

The Secret Garden is a truly healing experience of herbs, fruits and blossoms. It has a sweet fresh taste with no added flavors. This tea is both visually stimulating and delicious! An exclusive blend of sultanas, apples, mangoes, lemon grass, rose hip peels, hibiscus blossoms, orange and carrot peels, stinging nettle leaves, sweet mulberry leaves, tangerines, cornflower and marigold blossoms, as well as rose petals, rose buds and safflowers.

Sultanas, apple pieces, mango cubes (mango, sugar), lemon grass, rose hip peel, hibiscus blossoms, orange peel, carrot peel, stinging nettle leaves, sweet mulberry leaves, freeze-dried tangerine orange pieces, corn flower, mallow blossoms, marigold blossoms, rose petals, rose buds, safflower.

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Wasn’t sure what to think of this tea, as it’s been in my cupboard for a few months now, and I’m totally blanking out on my last experiences with it. So, fresh palate it is!

There’s a lot going on in this cup – 8 ounces of water, 2 tsp of tea, steeped for about 10 minutes. The colour is dark brown, similar to many black teas, although the flavour is very different. I’m getting a fair amount of different flavours in here: raisin, carrot, lemongrass, tart apple, something herbal I yet to taste otherwise. A dark berry in there too somewhere. It’s juicy yet subtle if that makes any sense, and I think I understand more now why it’s called Secret Garden – it makes me think of the wonderful book by the same name that I read as a child.

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