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Fruit Green White Blend
Apple Pieces, Apricot, Green Tea, Hibiscus, Marigold Petals, Organic Marigold, Peach, Pomegranate, Raspberry, Raspberry Leaves, Rose Hips, Strawberry, White Tea
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From Adagio Custom Blends, Sami Kelsh

It’ll do you good! Just like Mel, there’s certainly nothing quiet about this blend, but it’s most definitely cheerful. Chock full of antioxidants and brimming with endless bubbly enthusiasm, this blend starts with sweet-tart pomegranate, blended with sunny strawberry and just a touch of fizzy peach fuzz. (And let’s count our blessings that it’s not carrot juice, shall we?) A Doctor Who blend.

Created by: Sami Kelsh

Ingredients: green tea, white tea, rose hips, hibiscus, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, natural pomegranate flavor, raspberry leaves, apricots, raspberries, natural peach flavor, strawberries & marigold flowers

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 195° for 3 minutes.

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I’m finding myself suddenly craving green teas in the evenings, which I think must have something to do with it finally feeling like springtime out there, and in here: after shivering through a winter without using central heating once, it’s now a cozy 19 degrees in here and I’m finding I need to have the windows open or it’s too darn hot! Yeah, definitely time for refreshing teas, all right. Also, decided to pop along to apply to work at a well-established coffee shop chain today (because GOOD GOD Y’ALL I CAN’T AFFORD TO BE CHOOSY ANYMORE) and they interviewed me on the spot. Seemed to like me, so who knows, maybe I’ll at least be able to earn a teensy bit of a living while continuing to look for, you know, actual work. Blerg.

Also, apparently Bonnie Langford was in town last week with the dancing on ice show that’s touring right now, and I MISSED HER. Would have been great to maybe sweet-talk her into a portrait for People Of Who in a moment of downtime before a show, but never mind.

(I’m still kicking myself for not batting my photographic eyelashes at Bill Bailey when he was in town. Grumpties!)

At least there’s Mel tea, if not a series of interesting and good portraits of the lady who makes Mel come to life. At least Mel remains as bright and cheerful as ever in tea form. Opening the bag, I am greeted with the sweet scent of strawberries, with just a whisper of peach – more reminiscent of dried fruit than sweets, mind you. When brewed, the strawberry is lightened by grassy notes from the green tea, the light sweetness giving way to a sharp, sweet-tart finish. This is a tea that tastes good for you in the most agreeable way possible, light and joyful like a Pease Pottage garden in early summer. Sigh.

I still feel like a muppet for not knowing about Bonnie’s show until afterwards!

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carol who

Oh to have the energy of Mel. I would have thought this tea would be all caffeine all the time! Strawberry does seem to go with her, :) Good luck on the job!

Sami Kelsh

OMG, Mel on any fully caffeinated beverage would be too hyper to handle! :p

And thanks! Fingers crossed I land something, really! :3

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