Angels Dream

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Angels Dream is a heavenly tea with maple sweetness, blackberry pungency, juicy Assam’s, and a hint of our mystery green tea. Take wind and fly.

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I have decided to up this rating. Why? Because my in-house tea collection is at an all time high and it seems I have been going back to this one often. I’m not sure why…sure, it’s yummy, but why am I drawn to it!? There’s vanilla in it and I usually don’t go for the vanilla ones…it’s creamy but I usually don’t go for those, specifically, either. It’s floral but sweet and juicy, too. AND it’s a medium flavored black tea…but…when it comes to all-around flavor – it’s very flavorful! I still am not sure why I am drawn to this but I am…and it intrigues me so I am upping the rating a bit.

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Placing a note here, as I’m pretty confident this is a Metropolitan Tea blend that’s marketed by multiple shops; in this case, Bates Nut Farm in southern CA—shared by a work friend.

With that said, there’s something firing in my synapses that makes me think I’ve tried this many years ago (pre-Steepster). There’s an Assam base, some blackberry, a little less maple—almost hard to catch, and a “mystery green tea” that keeps the berry/maple from getting too sappy and murky. And also makes it a tiny bit finicky to steep. I think that’s what the synapses are remembering—some bitterness from too-hot water.

But today, I think I hit the parameters correctly, and it’s pleasant. No unwelcome sweetening added; just hints of fruit and syrup with a little crispness.

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