Mamma Mia

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The phrase ‘Mamma Mia’ has popped up quite a bit in popular culture: once as a 2008 American-British musical/romantic comedy film, again as a stage musical written by British playwright Catherine Johnson, and also as a song from ABBA. But in Italian, Mamma mia literally means “my mother”, and is an exclamation used in situations of surprise or anguish. In our case, we’ve adopted this phrase to mean “Wow, what an awesome tea!”.

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Well, it would seem that Shanti no longer has this tea available on their website.

It was quite lovely, it smells amazing! Lavender and rose made for an extraordinarily fragrant floral tea that was as enjoyable to smell as it was to sip.

Sweet, delicate white tea that was not overpowered by the flowers. Hay-like notes. Not overly floral – a really nice balance of tastes.

Here’s my full-length review:


That happens every time I find a tea I want to try from them….so I never place an order because there aren’t enough I want to try stocked at the same time lol


But … I’ve found that even though they may not have some blends … the blends that they do have are so worth the order!

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