Merlin's Magic

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Coconut, Raspberry, Rose Petals
Flavors
Not available
Sold in
Not available
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Fjellrev
Average preparation
Iced

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

0 Want it Want it

1 Own it Own it

4 Tasting Notes View all

  • “Well, this day started out horribly wrong. RIP to my beautiful, baby pink phalaenopsis orchid, which I sadly only had for around a week. It fell off the ledge and the stem snapped right off. I’m a...” Read full tasting note
    78

From Bayswater Tea Co.

Brewing directions: 1 heaping tea measuring spoon for 1 cup of water.

Steep 3-5 minutes

About Bayswater Tea Co. View company

Company description not available.

4 Tasting Notes

78
1785 tasting notes

Well, this day started out horribly wrong. RIP to my beautiful, baby pink phalaenopsis orchid, which I sadly only had for around a week. It fell off the ledge and the stem snapped right off. I’m a terrible mother. :(

In other news, this tea is a thousand times better cold brewed. The raspberry is somehow less artificial, and although I still don’ get the coconut, the base has really toned down and smoothed out. Overall, there is a better balance of flavours between the base and the raspberry. I’ll be enjoying this one this way from now on, without a doubt.

Upping the rating since cold brew saves the day.

__Morgana__

Sorry about your orchid. :-(

Stephanie

I recently got my first orchid- a cute mini phalaenopsis. I doubt I will keep it alive very long since it is on my desk here at work…I’m decent with plants at home but at work I don’t have a great track record.

__Morgana__

Orchids are notoriously tough to keep alive, and even if you keep them alive they’re sometimes hard to get to bloom. I was into them for a while but they were too high maintenance to keep up with after I had kids. LOL.

TheTeaFairy

Sad…The Orchid is in my prayers…

Fjellrev

I think it could be saved! My mom is an orchid queen (she has several, one around twenty years old) and said to keep the plant, that it should be fine, just to trim where the stem was. And I put the flowers in water. :)

That’s the problem with orchids. They need plenty of light, and unless you have a window nearby at work, Stephanie, and orchid food, who knows what’ll happen.

__Morgana__

Yay for saved orchids!

Stephanie

Oddly enough this orchid’s info sheet said it wants low light. There are windows in the room I work in but my desk isn’t close to them…I dunno about the orchid food though. Heh.

Fjellrev

Ah, well, I’ve heard and read that they usually need a lot of light, but never direct sunlight. And as for the food/fertilizer, from what I know, you do that about once a month. I had a mini one too a couple years ago and it was doing fine, but then I had to move about two months later, so it was hard to tell what truly worked for it.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.