This tea is like a woodland romance in a bag. It even looks like the ground after a forest wedding—a burnt brown woodchippy base speckled with festive petals. It smells like honey through and through; it’s hard to detect anything else.
I just can’t get “romance” out of my mind when trying to describe this tea. It’s single-mindedly sweet with not a bitter note in it: simple, innocent, and innocuous. It somehow manages to avoid being garish, probably due to some tempering from the rose and lavender.
This is a fairytale tea, a happy-ending tea, to be drunk when you want something uncomplicated and charming. Recommended.
Flavors: Flowers, Honey, Rose, Vanilla