Summer Tea

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Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Green Tea, Natural Strawberry Flavor
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
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  • “It’ll flop back and forth for a month yet—snow flurries on my mid-April birthday are not unheard of—but it was a sun-on-your-bones springlike day. We hit Atwoods, the farm and home store, just...” Read full tasting note
  • “How i got it: Bought It (Basilur’s “Four Seasons” Assorted Pack) Experience: Just as its Winter counterpart, this tea ended up being better than i imagined. I’m not that seasoned in flavoured...” Read full tasting note
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From Basilur

In Summer, the nature reaches its peak of life filled with warm sunny days that fill the flowering meadows with color and forests with fruits and berries. Rich in antioxidants, Sencha green tea with delightful Wild Strawberry and colorful flower petals will fill you with memories of these carefree Summer days throughout the year.

Sencha green, long leaf teas from high mountains (high grown) with fruits & flavor.

Ingredients: 100% Pure Ceylon green tea, wild strawberry flavor.

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It’ll flop back and forth for a month yet—snow flurries on my mid-April birthday are not unheard of—but it was a sun-on-your-bones springlike day. We hit Atwoods, the farm and home store, just because the baby chicks were supposed to be in (we don’t buy; just look). It was a jackpot run—free popcorn and our favorite Juliet tomato plants, for 99 cents, no less! We will love them and coddle them and take them in and out until it is safe to set them. (Imagine the abominable snowman voice in the Bugs Bunny Cartoon…we were that excited.)

One of the greenhouse shelves was filled with strawberry plant sets, which must have subliminally noodged me to seek this little bag out. It’s just a garden variety green tea base, a little spinachy, with pleasant strawberry flavor—not too syrupy or chemically. This is my last bag, but I have part of a tin of Brew-La-La strawberry on the shelf as well—I believe it is a Basilur cousin once removed, so the similarity between the two might be more than coicidence.

A sweet and gentle tea to keep Minnie and me company while we’re watching an episode of Violet Evergarden, which definitely fits the “please, can it be spring now?” theme today!

Martin Bednář

Hm. Both teas available to me, but I am not sure if I had any of the both. I am a bit more leaning to try Basilur; but Brew La La teas sound so good as well. And their cute tins!
Well, maybe when I will cut down amount of tea in the office!

Martin Bednář

Have you tried any others from Brew La La?

gmathis

I haven’t, although we do see them occasionally at the Tuesday Morning Store. I did notice that the Brew La La website also offers Tipson teas, and I have had a couple of those—the moringa varieties.

Martin Bednář

Thanks. I am considering getting them as their are discounted now (shorter shelf life), but no, I should wait…

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How i got it: Bought It (Basilur’s “Four Seasons” Assorted Pack)

Experience: Just as its Winter counterpart, this tea ended up being better than i imagined. I’m not that seasoned in flavoured greens, so i didn’t know what to expect about the strawberry + green tea combination. But it worked! Similar to the Winter tea, its aroma is dominated by the fruit notes, while the flavor is a nice mix between these and the herbal notes from the tea. The result is a light and fresh blend, which seems to include touches of melon and watermelon. Very good.

Would i buy it again?: Another Basilur one that has good posibilities. Maybe i’ll try that loose leaf version.

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