Definitely my #1 from DavidsTea.
Given the good reviews I saw on Steepster I figured I’d give this guy a try, especially since it has fruit in it. I went with 25g on my first purchase and went back to DavidsTea not long afterwards to get myself a tin.

It has a unique smell to it, the combination of guayusa and fruit makes for an interesting experience. As this tea steeps, it goes from a slight green to golden yellow colour, and smells great. If you were unimpressed by the scent, though, fear not. The taste is what truly wins you over.
It’s fruity, earthy, refreshing all at once. Definitely fits the bill for naturally sweet. Just what the doctor ordered. It’s great hot, but I will definitely try this iced when summer rolls around because it’s truly amazing.

I can’t speak for the stimulant effects of this tea, because I’ve fallen asleep soon after drinking this on three separate occasions. It’s perfectly fine, though, because I didn’t choose this tea for that purpose. Definitely keeping this one stocked.

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Wasn’t a fan of tea until Lipton Caribbean blend in Jan 2012, and have been on a tea trip since.

I have a bit of a penchant for teas which have a natural sweetness to them, regardless of the base. Given this, rooibos, herbal and green teas dominate my cupboard. Fruity teas and dessert teas, just you wait! I’ll have the lot of you.

I dislike a few flavours off the bat, so teas containing these are unlikely to hit it off with me: peppermint, cinnamon, cherry, raisins.


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