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The name of this tea makes me smile. It makes me think of Disneyland. Especially when I was young, and my grandparents used to take me there at night to watch the electric parade. (Back then they didn’t have the one price at the gate admission price, you bought the ticket books and you could buy an entrance to the park if you just wanted to ‘see the sights’ of the park without riding the rides. Wow … I probably just aged myself, didn’t I?)
Anyway … at the beginning of the parade, to mark ‘time’ for the parade to start, a little light would circle around sleeping beauty’s castle and it was supposed to be Tinkerbell. At least, that’s what I remember. It was so long ago, that some of that fairy dust may have altered my memory.
On to the review!
The tea is very fragrant. A strong lavender note in the aroma, fortunately, it doesn’t end up tasting soapy or perfume-ish. It’s a really lovely tea. Calming lavender, hints of lime, and delicate white tea notes. Really an enjoyable blend.
Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2015/01/02/tinks-fairy-dust-white-tea-blend-from-tealee/
OK, first things first, I have to point out that this tisane HAS NO HIBISCUS IN IT! How amazing is that?
This is called a ‘detox’ tea on their website, and if it is indeed a detox, it’s one of the tastier detox blends I’ve tried.
Ginger is the first note I recognize and it’s warm and zesty. Then I taste hints of sweetness from the apple. I even taste apple flavor which surprised me because usually when apple is used in blends like this, it isn’t for apple flavor but for a little bit of sweetness. I tasted both the sweetness and flavor from apple. Then I picked up on notes of citrus from lemongrass.
The spearmint is vibrant but not overwhelming. A hint of rose seems to weave its way in and out of the sip.
A really nice blend. Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/11/23/mother-natures-medley-herbal-tisane-from-tealee/
A tisane with no hibiscus? Can they even do that? That’s just crazy talk woman ;) My wife loves hibiscus and rosehips. She just can’t understand why I don’t like her ‘teas’.