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drank Mango Fruit Punch by DAVIDsTEA
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Yay I got the summer teas today!

Okay, so this one smells and tastes just like Mango Madness. The ingredients are almost identical as well. It’s a yummy tea, and I just put the second steep in the fridge because I think it will be much better chilled.

As far as mango taste, I’m not so sure. It has almost a carbonated feel to it. Regardless, it’s a tasty tea.


Hmm. I wonder how much this will taste like “Mango ‘n’ Friends”, a tea I’ve had from different companies in the past…

Aimee Popovacki

I loved the smell of this one… I wish I could drink it lol.. honestly, it smelled like one of the better ones of the summer collection.

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drank Mojito Raspberry Mint by Teaopia
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Thanks Aimee Popovacki for parting with a few cups of this for me :)

This is a lovely tea. Both the raspberry and mint are present. Neither are overwhelming and compliment one another nicely. I’m chilling a second steep in the fridge to try cold, but the hot tea is awesome. I’m sure it can only get better.

Update May 9/13: The second steep chilled is great, and I also had the third steep hot last night and that worked out wonderfully also!

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

This is one of my favourites. I prefer it much more cold. And a splash of vodka in it is fabulous ;)
I may cry when my tin is empty

Aimee Popovacki

lol I’m glad you like this one.. I really find that it is awesome hot or cold.. its just such a versatile blend.. when its gone, I don’t think i’ll ever find one to replace it. :(

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Thanks teapot1 for sending me this :)

I don’t have a glass teapot, or any teapot for that matter. I make each cup separately in my mug so unfortunately I can’t appreciate the full beauty of this treasure.

I let it steep for 6 minutes, despite my intuition saying not to, just because it wasn’t opening! It still barely opened at all, just the very tips started to curl. Perhaps the resteep will yield better results in that area.

First few sips, I’m really not getting much flavour at all. Perhaps it needs to fully open to get the flavour out? That would make sense. Hmm. Perhaps I’ll put the infuser back in.

I let it steep for close to ten more minutes and still essentially no flavour. How unfortunate.


I found with my flowering teas, you need to use boiling water in order for them to fully open.


Courtney, I also found this tea to be lacking in flavor…I thought that might just be me! I agree, unfortunate:(…

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This is lovely and spicy and sweet all in one. The mixture of cloves, cinnamon, and orange peel is nothing short of amazing. I’m so happy jessiwrites introduced me to Teaopia’s Market Spice which encouraged me to find more. This is such a great cup of tea. It seems holiday-like but it worked perfectly for my morning tea today.

My next trip to Vancouver I’ll be stocking up on this for sure.

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This is a lovely oolong tea. The pomegranate flavour is clearly there, but not overwhelming. The oolong base is lovely and comes through clearly. Overall a great balance between tea and flavour.

Thanks jessiwrites!

The second resteep is still quite flavourful. The pomegranate has diminished somewhat but the oolong base is still nice and strong.

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Thanks jessiwrites!

This is reminding me a lot of genmaicha. I’m getting a stronger taste but I like it :)

Resteep is pretty good, still flavourful.

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Thanks Sil for swapping this with me :)

Another honeybush I’m enjoying. The flavouring seems pretty subtle. I’m getting some rhubarb tartness but I’m not so sure how much strawberry I’m tasting. Either way I’m enjoying the taste of honeybush haha!

Perhaps I don’t have enough experience with honeybush quite yet to make nay major distinctions between the flavours.

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This one is nicely done. Most certainly chocolate and green tea with a hint of cinnamon. I enjoyed this and once I’m back home I’ll have to try the resteep.

I wouldn’t necessarily re-order, only because Cocoa Canela is similar and the mate seems to work a little better with the chocolate than does the green tea. Overall a tasty tea.

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drank Rhubarb Cream by Tin Roof Teas
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Thanks whatshesaid for this one :)

I’m getting the rhubarb but very little, if any cream. The black tea base is overtaking the flavours. I’m finding that with a lot of black teas – it seems a delicate balance for flavours with black tea. I’m enjoying this one enough, but I’d prefer if there was more of an actual rhubarb and cream flavour.

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Man am I ever kicking myself for not picking some of this up before it was gone forever.

I fell asleep on the couch, for the fourth night in a row, just after I steeped (second resteep – I’d brought the first one along for the drive to work) this. So it went in the fridge to enjoy chilled this morning. The crumble-y cinnamon part really comes out chilled and it’s delicious. I love it both hot and cold :)

This tea also resteeps amazingly well. I always resteep this one at least three times – it does lose flavour, but I love it so much if I can get any flavour I’m resteeping it!


Well if I hate the package I have, you and kittenna can fight over who gets it, if I ever get around to tasting it lol

Aimee Popovacki

I definitely preferred this one to the strawberry rhubarb parfait.. I like the parfait one but not as much.


Sil – Haha I can’t imagine not liking it!

Aimee – I didn’t like the parfait at all because of the hibiscus. The crumble has hibiscus flowers which don’t bother me at all.


I actually prefer the parfait, especially cold. Yum.


Lucky you :P


Hahahaha! Well, that’s why I shared the Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble with you! I won’t miss it as much when it’s gone. :(


You’re much too good to me. The more I drink it, the more I enjoy it. Gah. But perhaps that’s because I have it so rarely to conserve!

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That’s my mug!

I love black teas. I pretty well always drink my tea straight. I’m also fond of herbals, but they rarely make my permanent collection. I prefer my tea hot, but occasionally I’ll cold brew.

Oolongs I enjoy, but I’m not generally in the mood for them. I only truly enjoy subtly fruity flavoured greens. Whites have to be pretty amazing (see Butiki’s White Rhino).

Pu’erhs, rooibos (specifically red, I’m more open to green), honeybush, and matés are not my favourite. I tend to avoid them altogether unless others find them so amazing it would be a travesty to not at least try.

Coconut, creaminess, yogurt, toffee, cacao (true dark chocolate flavour), rhubarb.

Any smokiness, bergamot, flowers (rose, jasmine, chamomile), hibiscus is hit and miss.

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