Champagne Grädd Rooibos (Champagne & Cream Rooibos)

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Rooibos Tea
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From Tehörnan

En krämig blandning med smak av vanilj, jordgubb, blåklint och champagne.

A creamy blend with hints of vanilla, strawberry, cornflower and champagne.

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My second tea from the EU box.

While my husband was making this tea he said it smells like TCP, not exactly what I want in a tea. It does smell chemical, not sure it’s TCP like but maybe like a floor cleaner.

I can taste thick Rooibos and some vanilla which also has some sweetness. I can’t taste any champagne or anything similar. It’s now a bad blend but it it’s too Rooibos heavy for my personal liking. It was not a lost cause though because my husband may have disliked the scent but enjoyed the flavour.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Anna

Is it the same chemical note you got from Studio 54?

It’s SO much fun to read someone else’s reviews of these teas.

KittyLovesTea

No not the same as Studio 54. The chemical in this blend is related to the Rooibos. I often find that strong Rooibos blends have an unusual chemical scent and flavour and this one was a perfect example to that. I like Rooibos if blended equally with other flavours but this one was just too heavy for my liking. My husband liked it though, he asked for more.

Anna

All the standard rooibos you get in your average Swedish tea shop is VERY heavy, just like this one – everyone imports from pretty much the same German companies, so there’s definitely a lack of variety.

Now I’m really excited to read your Rouge Provence review!

Nicole

I hope TCP doesn’t stand for what it stands for in my neck of the woods! Because I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have been able to make myself taste it! :)

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You and me, Champagne & Cream rooibos, we’ve been together since fall 2012. And you know what? I’m still into you. You still taste and look pretty much like you used to – I’d like to think that’s mostly thanks to me, seeing as I’ve treated you lovingly, kept you in an air-tight tin in a dark, cool cupboard, written you up and introduced you to several of my friends. We’ve had a good run. We’ve been good together.

Now, in your old age, it would be predictably trite, of course, for me to discard you. But that’s just not me. I’m steadfast and loyal and true – I stick around. You might not be the freshest of my teas, nor the fanciest, but I still love you. When I commit, I commit. When I say forever, I mean forever.

What I’m saying is that I’m going to finish every last little rooibosy bit of you.

Because that’s just how I keep a promise.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Cheri

That’s awesome that it’s still tasting fine.

DeliriumsFrogs

Oh my, do I love your notes…

Anna

Haha, thanks guys – and yes, these industrial strength German blends keep FOREVER. Thankfully, I guess, since you can’t ever buy any less than 100g.

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