Pear Cream

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Fennel, Flavor, Orange Peel, Rose Hips
Flavors
Not available
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
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Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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From The Tea Haus

Pear Cream is a delicious blend of fruits and natural pear cream flavour. No sweetener required – just sit back and relax with a cup of herbal tea. Great for your digestion!
Use 1tsp/2g per cup, add boiling water, steep 5-8 minutes.

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1287 tasting notes

This tastes just like pears! and cream!!! wow, I did not expect it to be so spot on. It’s sweet and oh so creamy but in a natural way that I can totally appreciate… all balanced out by a slight tartness. YUMM!
I think I may need to snap up some more of this wonderful concoction.
Oh and there is fennel in this?! I’m so proud of you fennel, learning to share the spotlight :)

BTVSGal

sounds good!

Indigobloom

It really is BTVSGal! I’m craving more now…

Tina S.

hugs her precious Pear Cream I’m so glad you like this one! :D

Indigobloom

ME TO Tina, ME TO!!!

Kittenna

Yum, yes, this sounds delicious. Love pears, love creaminess. Can’t wait to expand beyond DavidsTea offerings (but my wallet could….)

Indigobloom

how far away is Guelph from London? there is a tasting there on the 18th of March. The prices are incredibly affordable! :)

Kittenna

A couple hours or less… there is a Tea Haus in London?? Interesting to know. I have a friend down that direction… I probably can’t make anything for the next while (school CRAZINESS) but that’s good to keep in mind…

Indigobloom

Huh, next time then. Would be fun!! Good luck with school…

Kittenna

Thanks for the heads-up about this place though – I should be able to make it down sometime during the summer, once the semester and my early field season are out of the way. Exciting! Gotta drink my way through a bunch of my stash in the meantime :D

Indigobloom

It’ll take me years to drink mine down… oi! Well let me know if you ever make it to TO, it’d be awesome to meet up :)

Kittenna

I make it to TO every now and then :) Perhaps we could meet up at some point and you could introduce me to a cool tea place!! I’ll try to remember when I’m heading there next!

Indigobloom

definitely Krystaleyn! Keep me posted when you are in town!! that’d be SO much fun ;P

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442 tasting notes

How have I never rated this tea? My mind boggles. This was my absolute first looseleaf tea and I still love it. I just finished up my stash tonight and am very sad to see it go. The flavour is creamy and tart and this is possibly the only pear tea I truly enjoy with every cup. Plus its affordable, so its even better!

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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1220 tasting notes

Yay sipdown! 393/403.

I usually prefer my herbals cold, but I’m eager to get this one out of my cupboard. Maybe I’ll have half hot and put the rest in the fridge.

Or maybe I’ll just chug this and not put myself through a second sitting of this. It’s not so great. First of all, I don’t like how the website only lists some of the ingredients. There is definitely fennel and hibiscus in this, but they aren’t listed. Anyway, it’s a bit creamy, but it’s just…okay. Not something I’m sad to see go.

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