opening the bag i discovered a confetti of flowers; petals, even whole whole flower heads. the smell was light and summery, delicately intriguing.

tasting… it is obvious this is a verdant tea creation: i get a more refined caffeine rush but none of the standard stickiness on the tongue (i really don’t know how they accomplish this).

i taste flowers, a hint of a citrus-like note, and a natural sweetness. it tastes clean to me, if that makes any sense. by that i mean i am fairly certain i could drink it all day and not suffer from a caffeine hangover.

i expect this tea will become part of my landscape, my default when i don’t want cream and sugar. nicely done. i wouldn’t call it flamboyant, i would call it comforting and a modern version of traditional.

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Student. Recovering extreme volunteer social worker from Tent City Victoria BC. (<—12 months).

There are instances where life affects us profoundly and leaves us wondering: 1) how did I change so much so quickly? (or more likely) 2) was I ever who I thought I was?

-Student of mediation.
-Apprentice feather gatherer for First Nations.
-Silver linings, photography, music, tea and the rhythms of the environment.

Allergies: coffee, rooiboos, stevia.

Current favourite quote (given the last year): ‘Just because we check the guns at the door, doesn’t mean our brains will change from hand grenades.’~ 21 pilots





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