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An incredibly weak and underwhelming earl grey. It didn’t seem to matter how much I steeped it, the flavor seemed to remain equally dull. Sadly it’s close to what I expected from a gift shop tea, but I was hoping to be pleasantly surprised like I was with the Mad Hatter Blend.
Surprisingly good for a gift shop tea! Pretty sweet, and doesn’t need any kind of sweetener at all; the apricot is fairly strong but you can taste the notes of the other flavors as well. This one is the one I liked best of the Wonderland Teas, and the only one I’d buy in loose leaf — which is fortunate because as of now it’s one of the only few they sell that way.
A good friend purchased this tea for me while she was on vacation.
First, let me say that the tea is most adorable tea tin I own:)
Second, the smell from the dry tea leaves was to die for, the aroma from the ginger and the apricot, oh my… I quickly brewed up a cup of this and tapped my foot for 2 minutes while it was brewing.
First sip, was like heaven in a cup, all soft and warm with tingles from the ginger.
Second sip/no make that a gulp, I am so glad I asked her to purchase this tea for me, I am in love.
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. :)
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. :)
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.
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?
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.