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Blood Orange Loves Mint

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  • “Since I have been drinking loads of caffeine in the form of diet soda, yerba mate and oolong all day long, I thought I would slow down a little tonight and steep a little herbal “tea”. This is a...” Read full tasting note
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    cortneywagner 4 tasting notes
  • “This is one of my all-time favorite "teas" from not just Tea Desire, but out of any teas I have tried. It is completely unique experience. When I first smelt this tea, its nose sent me reeling in...” Read full tasting note
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    caitgerbs 1 tasting notes

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Ingredients: Apple bits, orange wedges, flavour, lemon grass, spearmint, sunflower blossoms, natural lemon acid, vitamin C.

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Since I have been drinking loads of caffeine in the form of diet soda, yerba mate and oolong all day long, I thought I would slow down a little tonight and steep a little herbal “tea”. This is a fruit infusion that I bought from Tea Desire, and it came highly recommended.

The nose of the loose product is INTENSE. This is a blend of blood orange wedges, apple, lemon grass and mint. It smells candy-like and sweet and immensely cool and fruity. Normally I would choose a warming cup of rooibos for a non-caffeinated night-time drink, but I thought I’d give this a try.

The color of the steeped liquid is, well, it looks a lot like apple juice. The flavor is bright, a little bit acidic, but in a refreshing, thirst-quenching way. It is very fruity. I am sure that is the whole intention of this blend. The flavor of the lemon grass is more prominent on my palate than both the blood orange and the mint. Luckily, I love the flavor of lemongrass, but it may be a little overwhelming for some. I find the mint mostly comes out on the finish and it is very pleasant. The blood orange is a unique touch, and adds beautiful color and flavor to this infusion. This is definitely a candidate for iced tea. Blend it with a little iced white tea and a touch of honey, and I think the flavors would come out very nicely if not a bit more subtly.

I like this one, I enjoy the unrestrained intensity of the big, bold flavors and aromas. It’s not complex, it tastes exactly like it looks like it’s going to taste, no surprises. Sometimes, that can be a good thing.

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This is one of my all-time favorite “teas” from not just Tea Desire, but out of any teas I have tried. It is completely unique experience.
When I first smelt this tea, its nose sent me reeling in desire to immediately brew a cup. I find the nose very intriguing, I personally am most hit with mint, and then a strong but mellow orange scent after, then I pick up the less prominent scents, such as the lemon grass.
This brews relaxation. It has such a great calming vibe, and it is just as delicious as it smells!!Though, the mint I find is always the after note to each sip. Completely delightful!!

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