drank Jardin Sauvage by Lupicia
335 tasting notes

Although this tea is NOT creamy and contains NO vanilla, when freshly brewed it reminds me of a cake fresh from the oven – hot and sweet-smelling! After it has cooled a bit, the various fruity notes gradually stand out. Mango is the dominant flavour (you know, mango as in Body Shop’s mango body wash… this doesn’t mean I don’t like it, though), and the fragrance of orange peels is unmistakable. There’s a bit of lemon too I think. I can’t say much about the green rooibos base because it is very light and the bright fruity flavours have totally stolen the show. If you love fruit juice you are going to love it, but look elsewhere if you are a fan of rooibos!

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