Harmonise

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “having had great success with my first purchase from Pukka (it was Detox, a lovely herbal infusion that is primarily fennel & aniseed) i was tempted to purchase more & since this said 'Harmonise',...” Read full tasting note
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    pyarkaaloo 105 tasting notes
  • “Yes I am vain... to the point that the reason I bougth my first tea was a beautifull teabox. To the point I collect Kusmi tea, even though I am not so fond of their tea. This is one of my vain...” Read full tasting note
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    Rijje 93 tasting notes
  • “Like Rijje, I also bought this tea because of the beautiful box. I wish I had the read the small print though because it did result going back to my flat and one of my flatmates saying "eeer Mo,...” Read full tasting note
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    mosalam 3 tasting notes
  • “It's very light, but the hibiscus lingers as the base, while the rosy tones and vanilla float above. The primary scent I get when I steep and sip is the vanilla, and this is one I'd just leave the...” Read full tasting note
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    jacaranda 7 tasting notes

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Feel like a goddess with this divine herbal tea! Harmonise tea is a sweet fruity blend of herbs to assist and support women’s health. Shatavari means ‘she who has 100 husbands’ implying its strengthening qualities.

Rose flower, hibiscus and vanilla calm the heart spirit.

Shatavari meaning ‘she who has 100 husbands’ is used as a nourishing women’s herb.

Chamomile flowers soothe life’s irregularities.

Licorice root harmonises the whole system

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8 Tasting Notes

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105 tasting notes

having had great success with my first purchase from Pukka (it was Detox, a lovely herbal infusion that is primarily fennel & aniseed) i was tempted to purchase more & since this said ‘Harmonise’, well…

the experience wasn’t exactly harmonious.

tart diluted hibiscus is most pronounced in this & i get a faint aspartame-y, stevia-type aftertaste (could this be the vanilla?) that mingles with the tartness…not good. rose is somewhere i suppose, but this is primarily hibiscus. it does, however, impart a very lovely salmon pink color when infused. much prettier to look at than drink!

if you’re anything like me & can’t resist the urge to purchase this tea on account of its cute packaging (a very unique butterfly-esque Rorschach design with sunflowers, cattails and Cirque du Soleil dancers)…save yourself the money! this couldn’t even double as a nice potpourri.

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93 tasting notes

Yes I am vain…
to the point that the reason I bougth my first tea was a beautifull teabox.
To the point I collect Kusmi tea, even though I am not so fond of their tea.

This is one of my vain buyings. Pukka – have you seen the boxes? I ADORE.
Anyway, It taste good enough. The tea is pink colored? Like the juice from melon.
It smell sweet and bitter. The taste is hard to descibe. I can taste the chamomile, but the taste is topped with a bitternes from the other ingredients. A very odd tea indeed, I can’t compare it with other teas.

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Like Rijje, I also bought this tea because of the beautiful box. I wish I had the read the small print though because it did result going back to my flat and one of my flatmates saying

“eeer Mo, this tea is for women who need their hormones balancing.”

Well, there wasn’t much I could do expect laugh at myself.

This shouldn’t distract however that is quite a pleasant tea. It does taste sweet but has a hint of bitterness from making it overpowering. The colour is something you get used too and it smells fantastic.

Even if it’s not your time of the month or if like me you can incapable of having time of the months, I suggest you give this tea a shot if your after something a little different.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Rijje

“eeer Mo, this tea is for women who need their hormones balancing.”
LOLS

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It’s very light, but the hibiscus lingers as the base, while the rosy tones and vanilla float above. The primary scent I get when I steep and sip is the vanilla, and this is one I’d just leave the bag in to keep going to get the most of the flavours. Mellow, lightly sweet, relaxing. Not bad, but not great.

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I can’t even taste it…. I wanted to like it so bad but I can’t taste it!

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Not my favorite, will not buy again.

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5 min, 0 sec

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Nice herbal blend for rose and vanilla lovers, which I am!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Love the fact that pukkas are organic and all, but not much flavour. I did’t have any sweeteners (natural ones!) when I tested this, I have heard they improve with it.

Tasted like a very watered out strawberry-tea for me, but there isn’t any berries added! Strange. And I have full-flavoured strawberry-teas, no need for one that hardly tastes it..

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