Wendy Tea

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Herbal Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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  • “This blend looks beautiful. I want it sewn into ribbons and thread into my hair so I can dance about in a field till my hearts content. It smells strongly lavender but so very fresh and pure....” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, what *did* I think? I think this 'tea' is perfect if you like drinking lavender. Which I have discovered I don't, despite my love of all things lavenderish. But, I've made this for myself 3 or...” Read full tasting note
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Wendy Tea is a magical faery blend of Rooibos, Earl Grey, sweet South African Honeybush, Lavender Flowers, Rose Petals, Marigold Petals and Cornflower Petals. A refreshing, uplifting tea that will leave you feeling relaxed and ready for whatever life throws at you!

To brew, place one heaped teaspoon of Wendy Tea per person into a warmed pot or Mug Infuser and add fresh boiling water. Allow to steep for 4-6 minutes, or longer if a strong infusion is required, then strain into mugs. Some people like to add a little honey or sugar. It is best without milk.

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This blend looks beautiful. I want it sewn into ribbons and thread into my hair so I can dance about in a field till my hearts content.

It smells strongly lavender but so very fresh and pure. If I sniff long enough I can detect the rose petals in the background, they are very sweet but again natural and pure. I love lavender flowers, they send me to sleep so very easily but always with a guaranteed smile upon my face. Most nights I use a lavender lip balm made from bees wax and lavender essential oil, it’s made by monks from a fairly local Abbey and makes me feel blessed as I wear it.

The most dominant flavour is the lavender and while it’s quite thick it’s not too much, or at least not for me. My husband is not as much a fan of lavender as I am and he said it’s just not to his taste. Potate (po tate oh) and potato (po tart oh) I suppose.

Getting passed the thickness of the lavender I can also taste a floral sweetness which is hard to define and also a herbal after taste. But both are delicate and also a little dry.

I like this tea, may add this to my shopping list as I only bought a sample. Is this tea fantastic tasting? Honestly no, it’s nice but not great. Will this tea send me to sleep? It’s already starting to. So my overall rating reflects both taste and mood.

I’m a very sleep Kitty. Goodnight everyone yawn.

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So, what did I think? I think this ‘tea’ is perfect if you like drinking lavender. Which I have discovered I don’t, despite my love of all things lavenderish. But, I’ve made this for myself 3 or 4 times now, and each time it’s gone like this. Go to take a sip and my senses are yelling that it’s TOO LAVENDERY. Yuck! It’ll be like pouring a bottle of essential oil into my cup! It’s just wrong! (Drama queen about tea? Me??) And then I take a sip and it’s so smooth, and it’s lavendery, and I can’t really taste much else over the lavender, but it’s smooth and soft and leaves my mouth feeling really clean, and comforted. And this goes for most sips, although with less internal yelling, and then it’s finished and my stomach joins my mouth in feeling soothed, and I look bemusedly at the bottom of my cup and wonder whether I liked it or not.

Cara won’t even try it, given the strength of the lavender, so I probably won’t reorder, but at the same time, it’d be a wonderful thing to have around for soothing. Maybe? And for sure, anyone who straightforwardly likes drinking lavender tea should be right on this one.

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cteresa

LOL if it cames to worse, you can make a bath sachet ;)

I do not like lavender notes either, not for food. Probably just the association of lavender with bath things, but it does not work for me too well. Though I got a sublime green tea which uses a hint of lavender mixed with red berries and thyme..

Hallieod

:) I have a taker for this, so no need for such drastic measures!

That mixture of tastes for the green sounds amazing! What’s the tea?

Sil

ick. floral tea. ick ick ick lol

Hallieod

ick ick ick lol says it all. :P

yyz

Oddly, I will probably like this. I do drink straight lavender only in small amounts (ie 5 0z at a time), but I prefer it to chamomile if I am drinking a Tisane as a sleep aid.

cteresa

I am sort of ok with floral tea, just not with some florals, if that makes any sense. Jasmine, now I have had good jasmine tea, can be so lovely. And rose. And I have been wondering about ylang-ylang tea. But lavender, sadly it is just no go.

Hallieod

Oh, Teresa, i wasn’t saying that Sil’s “ick ick ick” was my feeling about all floral teas, just that it expressed her feelings very succinctly! I love jasmine green, and some rose teas, and a few others too. But ylang-ylang tea does not sound like anything I’d ever want to try. I find the essential oil sickly sweet even in mixes, so can’t imagine it tasting good. But will watch (from afar) with great interest if you do find one and give it a try!

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