A bright and lovely evening sipping tea with a not-overpowering mint chill. I bet it would be wonderful iced.
Flavors: Apple, Citrus, Mint
“I haven’t the faintest idea why, but I’m in a serious “everything is better with milk” mood these last few days in regard to tea. First the Cranberry Pear, and Love Tea #7 too – and now this one. I...” Read full tasting note
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“Finishing up the last of the cold brew as I watch Revenge. Not much more to say other than so long Midsummer Night’s Dream. Also if anyone watched the most recent episode of the show, WTF JUST...” Read full tasting note
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Summer love. This citrusy-mint tea is refreshingly magical, with sweet apples, cool spearmint, tart gooseberries, orange oil, and petals of marigold and rose. But before you take a sip, we should probably warn you that it’s a bit of a love potion. For some people, it seems to turn regular summer evenings into dreamlike nights of romance and enchantment. Ice it and see what happens. Caffeine-free.
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Delicous notes of different fruits and tasty warm or hot- or cold. :) Ijust rebought after purchasing the small 50oz. I love it and my co-worker of whom likes other styles did too. Normally I like nutty, not fruity. this one is magic :)
Flavors: Fruity, Summer, Sweet
This tea is good, but not as good as Orange Blossom if you are looking for an awesome orange tea. I find the artificial flavoring to be too much for me, and it leaves a weird aftertaste. I have only tried it hot so far, but perhaps iced it would mellow out a bit more. Or with coconut milk I can see it being really good. But something about the aftertaste and sour-artificial taste makes it less than pleasing to me. i will still drink it, but i probably wouldn’t buy it again unless iced turns into a huge success
I woke up this morning with the slight inkling that I may be getting a cold. I shouldn’t be surprised. I work with three year olds, and it’s November. It’s right around the time I’m due for one.
My spirits were lifted in the afternoon when I received my advent calendar and goodies from DT in the mail. Along with it were my three chosen samples. Here’s #1: Midsummer Night’s Dream.
My SO and I got a strong whiff of grapefruit as soon as the package was opened. I thought this was strange, since there is no grapefruit in it. I really liked how it smelled refreshing, and I felt like the artificial flavour didn’t hit me right away.
I dialed the kettle up to 95 degrees C (203 F) and steeped 2.5 tsp in 2 c of water for seven minutes— though I have to admit I couldn’t resist a taste test after five minutes.
At five minutes, I was disappointed. There was hardly any flavour, and little to no colour. I put the basket back in and waited a little longer.
After seven minutes, I could taste some berries and a bit of mint. The blandness is gone! There’s a certain golden berry element that reminds me of Caramel Spice Tea that David’s had out four years ago. Perhaps this is one of my favourite flavours that I’ve never sought out.
All in all, a solid tea. I’m not disappointed.
I’m going to use my extra 1.25 tsp to make a tiny amount of cold brew. I’m excited to see how it differs.