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Coconut, Fennel Seed, Licorice, Rose Buds, Rose Hips, Rose Petals
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If you’re creative, high strung and full of nervous energy, chances are you’re a vata. According to ayurveda, vatas are excitable, creative and always on the move. Well, vatas, sometimes you need to stop and smell the roses – and this beautiful tea is full of them. Plus it has all sorts of other ingredients said to soothe a vata temperament: fennel seeds, coconut and licorice root. Just smelling it should produce a calming effect.

Ingredients: Rosehips, rose buds, fennel seed, rose petals, licorice root, coconut, chilli threads.

$6.50 per 50g

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42 Tasting Notes

470 tasting notes

I am finally able to dig into my samples from Krystaleyn! Took me long enough, and I feel a bit guilty for waiting, but I was separated from my stash this weekend and this is the first chance I’ve really had to drink any of my teas. This is also one I’ve been meaning to try for a long time—I opted for Three Wishes in my first DAVIDsTEA order over this one, but since that turned out to be not so floral I’ve had plans to pick some up. But the reviews seem…. well, awful, so I’m thrilled that I have the chance to try it out first.

Well, apparently I have odd taste in tea, because I LOVE this. It’s the most heavily rosy blend I’ve had, but I adore rose so that is definitely a huge plus. It’s mostly all rose: there’s a hint of sourness from the rosehips which balances out the perfumey notes well, and then the fennel and licorice kick in. It seems like licorice is a big nope for many people, but I like it… then again, black jelly beans are some of my favorite, so it’s no surprise that I like a hint of it in tea as well. This is so close to what I wanted Three Wishes to be—I think I might blend the last of my sample with some jasmine. Either way, this is definitely going to make it into my cupboard!

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I don’t think you have odd taste, I loooove this tea, and many of my friends did too. It’s so different, but in a good way. I find the coconut makes it creamy also, which works really well with the rose!


This seems like a real “love it or hate it” blend—the reviews are all quite low or pretty high!

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1682 tasting notes

Dunno where to start with this one!! I’ve had it in my cupboard for so long… I think I was hiding from it? The reviews are so polarized that I was worried about being poisoned by perfume haha.
But ya know what, it wasn’t half bad. I fully expected to be tossing the rest of my packet (one serving left! Mucho thanks to whomever sent this my way)
So you could say that I am pleasantly surprised. And eager to make my last cuppa iced!
Now, starting off with the negative points, it is a tad soapy and peppery, when hot… except as it cools, I’m getting a citrus and caramel association more than suds. Hence, why I think this will go better iced.
Oh! also, I went with a really short steep. Two minutes I think? so I may get a second one out of it to!


LOL I have been hiding from this one. It’s at work, which makes that easier, but I really need to bring it back home and just drink it. There is probably 2 or so cups’ worth of leaf left. I think my first cup was oversteeped and horribly perfumey.


How long have you had it? hopefully the perfume notes are toned down, now that its been awhile!


I feel like I’ve had it around for at least 8 months or so…. it has been a while.


Might be worth trying again. Iced no less lol

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289 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Floral, with a hint of chili.

Liquor: Rosy-red liquor, with a very aromatic, floral nose.

Flavour: Playful notes of rose, coconut and fennel, skillfully blended with top notes of chilli.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

This seems like a curious combo…chili & rose, coconut and fennel.


Apparently my dosha requires that I drink this tea… hmmmm….

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47 tasting notes

Cold brewed for 10 hours. At first sniff I was a little put off. Don’t ask me why I was expecting it to be fruity and instead it smells like old lady perfume. Thankfully, it tastes a little better than it smells. Brews into a nice, light pink. The predominant taste is definitely roses, which isn’t as weird as I thought it would be. It’s a nice sweet tang that sits lightly on the tongue. I don’t love it, but I wouldn’t turn down a cup if someone offered it to me.

Iced 8 min or more

How about… I’d use the term “smells like old perfume” or “bad perfume”, nobody says smells like “old man’s cologne.”


That is true :) young women wear some hideous perfumes too


I have to say, I’ve never met a men’s cologne that wasn’t hideous, no matter the age haha.


(I’ve avoided this tea for that reason, I’m not brave enough to try it haha)


Yeeeah the more I sip it the more it grosses me out a little bit. I feel like I’m drinking perfume :(

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767 tasting notes

someone on here said that this tea tastes like “rose-scented shampoo and panda licorice” which i found hilarious and i kinda agree. but i also kinda like it! haha! (yum soap)
it’s unique. and since i’ve really started to drink more and more tea, i’m realizing that unique vs delicious is a great way to test your palate and keep things interesting. (especially since i only drink herbal tea)
we’ll see how i feel about it later. i rarely trust my first impression.

ICED! not my favorite of my iced tea experiment. i will probably keep drinking this one hot and leave the iced teas to my others. i mean knowing me i WILL drink it iced again in the future. it’s light and delicate in flavor. refreshing for sure. but not like outta control delicious or anything.

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1470 tasting notes

I…I don’t even know.

I honestly don’t. The dry smell is amazing as in it’s something I want to sniff all day, but not necessarily something I want to drink.

I don’t like overly floral teas. Well, I usually don’t. Jasmine and other floral teas just taste like perfume to me, but this…this is a lovely balance. The more I drink of it, the more I like it. Hrmm.

At this point it’s been sitting out for so long that it’s cold, but I think I prefer it that way. I am enjoying the way the different flavors mix. The floral rose combining with the creamy coconut and licorice and the way the chili just gives a hint of heat on the back of my tongue…this may be a good summer tea for me.

I reached for this as my stomach was giving me trouble and it has fennel in it. It did help my tummy, for what it’s worth, and it has had a bit of a calming effect, so shrugs who knows.

I’m going to try and finish the rest of my 10 grams, but I don’t think this is a restock for me. However, I might get more just to use a potpourri! I love the smell of it! But the enjoyment of this cup is quickly fading.

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Tina S.

Isn’t it just odd like that? I couldn’t figure out what I thought about it at all!

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84 tasting notes

I had such high hopes for this one, it sounds fantastic, and it smells fantastic in dry leaf form… but I don’t know whether it was the water temp or the steep time or the lack of sweetener… but sadly this one fell very very flat for me.

It wasn’t so terrible when it was really hot, but the moment it started to cool down it turned bitter and changed in flavour. While I love the scent of rose… I’m not entirely sure I love the taste, and there is a lot of rose in this one. I didn’t notice at all any of the calming effects of this one either which was dissappointing.

I might give it another go as a cup to-go… but I won’t be looking for any of this for my tea shelves!

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

i liked it… i steeped mine for a long time cause i had it when i went bowling… sooooo i kept forgetting to take it out… it was good though….. i know what you mean about it turning bitter…. i think it hits a point when it cools that it just loses something…

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580 tasting notes

1.5 tsp for 250 mL water.

Meh. Smells and looks lovely — I like roses — but the rosehip is so sour … almost like vinegar. That note ruins the whole experience for me. Could detect no coconut at all; in fact, I was surprised to find it on the ingredient list.

Rating: 20.

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142 tasting notes

Ok so i bought a sampling of all of the new Ayurveda line to try them.

Dry leaves smell like pickles, roses and spices…..weird i hope i won’t hate this…

steeped all i get is licorice, pickles and roses the liqueur is a tangy orange color

Time to taste: Wish me luck…. wow i’ve never GAGGED when drinking a tea….this is bad tastes exactly as it smells, pickles licorice to the power of ten and then roses, maybe the second sip will be better…ok no gag reflex this time, it also leaves a sweet note on the tongue but i will not take a third sip this tea is terrible.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

Pickles and licorice! :( I love one and hate the other and this is actually the worst description of a tea I’ve ever read.


yeah it’s pretty bad, it’s bad enough that i’m gonna bring this back to DT and request an exchange


Wow. I wonder what possessed them to release this one. I have seen nothing but terrible, terrible reviews!

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570 tasting notes

. . . ew.

It tastes like rose-scented shampoo and panda licorice. Neither of those are good things. There are very few teas where I can’t even finish one cup.

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Wow… That sounds absolutely terrible…


I couldn’t get past the smell of this to even try tasting it. And it is the one I am supposed to drink after taking their survey thing.

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