Nook's Island Punch

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Black Tea
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Black Tea, Calendula, Coconut, Green Rooibos, Honeybush, Lemon Peel, Lemongrass, Rooibos, Spearmint, Sugar, White Cornflower Blossoms
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From Happy Turtle Tea

An Animal Crossing inspired tea Blend
INGREDIENTS
Black Tea, Calendula, Coconut, Green Rooibos, Honeybush, Lemon Peels, Lemongrass, Organic Cane Sugar, Rooibos, Spearmint, White Cornflowers

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When I smelled the dry leaf for this tea, I knew I was going to like it! It reminds me a little but of the long retired DT blend “Coconut Mint Cream” but a little smoother and more seamlessly intigrated in terms of flavour.

The main ones are this rich and silky coconut and a sweet and fresh speamint that coats the palate. It feels a little bit boozy, like some kind of fun liqueur based shot – but definitely not that cloying and sweet. The lemon is very in that “Lemon Chiffon” sweet lemon pastry style – anyone familiar with the Della Terra blend will know what I mean. The honeyed rooibos notes that provide some flavour foundation lean into that comparison, too. It’s unique, and I like the balance of flavours and how it’s sweet yet not sugary. Pretty impressed, right out of the gate!

All that said, I am very confused how a mix of spearmint, creamy coconut, and lemon make a “punch”. I suppose you could probably make an argument for how coconut is a punch type of flavour, but this was very much a “coconut cream” and not that style of tropical coconut I would think you’d see in punch…

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Any tea inspired by Animal Crossing is an instant winner in my book! I agree though that the flavor profile, while yummy-sounding, doesn’t seem very fruit-punch-like.

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