Disney Wonderland Tea

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Oh god I love this tea. The apricot in it is what makes this tea really stand out. It’s rich, fruity, and fabulous. The calendula lends a nice undertone that I really enjoy. A favourite. Wish I knew how to buy more.

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This tea has an interesting taste. It seems slightly oversteeped, but with a bit of sweetness it really perks up. (Actually, I was alternating between bites of chocolate and sips of this, and it was exquisite.)

It’s astringent and citrusy. An interesting, pungent flavour. Much more bold that some of the other teas in Disney’s line. While it’s not my top tea in the line, I’m glad I got introduced to this.

Also, I can’t believe I only have about one steep left of this in my tin! It’s been a good friend of a tea. :)

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Although it says it has a medium flavour, I find it quite strong when steeped. Definitely a tea to have with milk and sugar.

The scent of the tea is somewhat exotic to me, and the orange and bergamot really come through.

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This tea is deeeelicious. It’s great with or without sweetener, smells wonderful, and tastes very happy, if that makes any sense at all. I’m not even a big fan of fruity teas, but it’s yummy, and I hope to get more very soon!

165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Tried this last night, with a touch of almond milk and sugar.
Average in my book. Not enough spice for my taste (though let it be known, I drink rather spicy chais so if you’re into something a bit more mild, maybe this is what you’re looking for?)
A mother of my friend gave me this tea, plus a couple others from the Disney Wonderland series, and so far I’m a little underwhelmed with the taste of the teas. But, a tea gift is a tea gift, so I keep drinking them. :)

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TeaEqualsBliss is right, if you’re not a vanilla freak than this is not your tea.
Sadly, I love everything and anything connected with vanilla.
This is an okay tea—I probably won’t own it again after this box, and I can think of many other teas that I would rather drink that are FULL of vanilla.

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I honestly was expecting more vanilla after reveling in the amount of blueberry in the blueberry green tea. I just got a light black tea with a hint of it. Sadsies.

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Chalk me up for the deliciousness of the blueberry in this. Can’t really taste the tea, but oh well.

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Generally not a big fan of chamomile, but I had a sore throat today, so…

The tea bag had a fantastic honey scent right out of the box. Once brewed, it still smelled more of honey than anything else. Lemon dominates the flavor, but that’s ok with me, since I’d rather not taste too much chamomile.

Overall, it’s decent but not amazing. I brewed it double strength (2 teabags for about 12oz of water) and I’d recommend doing it that way.

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Nothing too special. The teabag has a very enticing honey smell. When brewing it goes from a light yellow to a deep amber very quickly and it’s got an overwhelming lemon taste as well. I still have mixed feelings about it.

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The spice off of the tea bag would lead you to assume that it’s a very dark and powerful Chai. It was a little disappointing (like how at the zoo, you expect a lion in a lion’s den but are instead left with a kitten in a wig), but it’s got enough flavor and spice to be a mildly enjoyable black tea.

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A lot of these teas in this set smell wonderful (pronounced: VAN-da-FOOL). But this made me a little sad, since the papaya didn’t transfer over into the tea and it’s very light to begin with. It felt like I was using a quater-sized teabag; the flavor just “vasn’t zehr”.

Perhaps another tea will do me in?

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I liked this slightly less than the Mad Party Tea blend solely because it brews so light. Again, the fragrance is beautiful, perfect balance of mango and tea (Don’t you just hate it when there’s more than the other in a two-ingredient blend?). However, upon brewing it was much more “tea” than “mango”. I honestly felt like I had been handed the flavor profiling for a scented Pi Loh Chun. Also a tad bit drying on the finish, but very good for a bagged tea.

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Excuse me, but please forgive the following tizzy:
The time has come, my little friends, to talk of other things
Of peach and leaves and loose leaf tea, of camellia and kings
And why the tea is boiling hot, and whether stems are twigs
Calloo, Callay, come run away
With the camellia and kings.

This is by far one of the better teas in the set. It’s got the wonderful fruity aroma of peaches and flowers with a base of black tea very similar to a Ceylon. The tea’s body is very light, and citrus flavors leave a crisp feeling on the tongue without leaving your tongue high-and-dry. It goes down relatively smooth (I really think it’s the quality of the water that effects this tea more than anything). Other than it having the tendency to get bitter rather quickly, it’s an excellent bagged tea and does not disappoint

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So, a strong black tea and a lemon tea walk into a bar. They go to a hotel, have a great night and bask in each other’s glory. The lemon tea decides he wants to marry the black tea even though everyone knows that bergamot and black tea are actually soulmates. They have a baby together. However, they didn’t know that they were in fact, brother and sister. This tea is that mutated baby.

“It can’t be that bad” you say. Oh, but it is!

It’s got a strong lemon taste; and no, i don’t mean bergamot. This is black tea if it was garnished with a 10-day-old lemon with a zester. The brew is so pathetically bland, underbodied and unbalanced that I might have to say that the great Disney powers that be blended this with the intention of pissing people off.

Bleh. Considering a toss out to the bin.

Meghann M

Whoa, sorry to hear it was a horrible tea, I love how you describe the mutation though!

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It went down like this Steepsterites:
Oh! They have a Jasmine Green tea in this set, since the Mad Party Tea was serious enough of a blend to merit a Steepster mention, then it MUST be good.

Jasmine Green tea entails the visualizations of tiny fragrant jasmine blossoms floating into a cup of perfect golden jade liquid, complete with monks bowing in the background and an effervescent hum of prayer. Little did I know that I was wrong. Oh so very wrong.

I was filled with doubt, fear, and most importantly, I doubted my $20+ purchase of tea blended by the hands of corporate Disney. My biggest question still left unanswered is why a tea labeled “Jasmine Green Tea” would at all taste like cauliflower?

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I received from Mad Tea Party Blend teabags for my birthday, and tried my first cup today (with milk). A lovely, fruity cup of tea that is interesting with an attempt at complexity, but the flavour feels a bit confused. The apricot is front and center, but there seems to be some notes jostling for attention. It’s almost cloying in its fragrance. Still, a delightful, happy cup of tea for a nice afternoon treat.

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You can’t expect much from a gift shop tea, and it’s clearly not for people who are used to tea. Blended with ginger, apricot and other fruits, the aroma is spectacular but the flavor is dull and confusing. Bitter tasting for a long steep,and not a very pleasant tea in general.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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The name alone is pure awesomeness!


I know! Back from the seas again?


Again but not for long…


OH!!!! I dropped THAT in the TTB! LOL – I wondered if anyone tried it!!!!

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Steep Information:
Amount: 1 tsp
Additives: none
Water: 1 zarafina cup
Tool: Zarafina Black-Loose-Medium
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: Sweet, Fruit
Steeped Tea Smell: Fruity, apricot
Flavor: Slight astringency, Apricot black tea
Body: Medium
Aftertaste: bitter
Liquor: Translucent light brown

Steepster Traveling Teabox Tea

Reminds me of Eastern Shore Tea Company Teabag Black Tea ‘Spiced Apricot’

It is a good tea, but not something I want again, I had a very large stash of apricot tea and am quite over it.

Post-Steep Additives: none

Resteep: Just as strong

Images: http://amazonv.blogspot.com/2010/04/disney-wonderland-tea-loose-leaf-black.html


I love the name of this tea! But too bad it’s just plain apricot.


the ingredients say there are other flavors hiding in there…they just don’t seem to be coming out to say hi!


my mom-Too Busy!

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Bad… but not that bad.
The jasmine flavor is not strong enough to block out the green tea flavor completely so there is some kind of balance… I didn’t say it was a great balance but whatever…
It’s better than bentley’s.
It’s got a cute little disney flower picture on it… that’s nice.
Yea I didn’t like this one. But… it’s not horrible…

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Imagine my surprise at seeing a picture I took and posted on my blog (Rosemary’s Sampler) on this site! I will accept it as a compliment, I guess. This tea is enjoyable, if you like flavored black teas!

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