This tea was a part of a Christmas gift I received. It sat on my tea shelf for a while, but one day I decided to give it a shot. I was not disappointed.

As someone whole generally steers clear from rooibos, I was somewhat skeptical. The rooibos flavor is quite light compared to many other blends I’ve had. This tea really does remind me of an orange cream-sicle! The vanilla almost overpowers the orange, but it’s not a disappointing combination in the least. Despite my normal habits, I did add almond milk and sugar as the tea is intended to be enjoyed this way. For blood orange lovers, this tea is definitely worth a try!

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I’m rather new to the tea scene, and I don’t have nearly as much time to dedicate to my new-found love of tea as I would like. I’m currently in my second year of college studying microbiology. I’ve been a tea drinker for about three years now; however, only in recent months have I been experimenting with loose-leaf teas.

My favorites are Earl Greys and Matcha.

Any kind of green tea will always hold a special place in my heart, particularly Matcha. I don’t normally add any milk, honey, sugar, etc. I prefer to appreciate the flavor of the tea on its own. I do like oolong, white, and black teas as well. Although, I usually avoid most herbal teas, I don’t dislike them (I’m especially fond of Chamomile or Mint herbals). I generally dislike teas with any overpowering flavors- especially cinnamon or most “spiced” blends, but I try to keep an open mind.

My other interests include reading, video games, anime, and hiking…in no particular order. I also follow The Walking Dead and I’m always open to new ways to procrastinate my coursework.


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