Angel's Dream Tea

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Black Green Blend
Black Tea, Cornflower Petals, Green Tea, Mallow Flowers, Natural Flavours
Astringent, Berry, Bitter, Fruity, Malt, Maple, Sweet, Vanilla
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Metropolitan Tea Company

Has an angel come to you in a dream lately? If so, you may be dealing with some spiritual issues. Angels that turn up in dreams are believed by dream interpreters to be strong indicators of impending spiritual enlightenment and the need for spiritual nourishment. As spirits of the heavenly realms, angels represent the unconscious mind reaching out to the conscious self. Their wings are powerful symbols of transcendence over worldly troubles and the ability to accomplish great things.

Interestingly, almost all cultures of the world have stories and myths of angels descending from the heavens in aid of humanity. Often these stories depict angels appearing during daily life, but more often than not the angels appear in dream form.

One of the more famous examples of an angel reaching out to encourage spiritual action involves St. Patrick, known best for the annual parade held in his honor. St. Patrick dreamt that an angel wanted him spread the good word throughout Ireland. He followed the angel’s advice and is now celebrated the world over for his worldly deeds. (Can it be mere coincidence that the people of Ireland drink more tea per capita than any other nation on earth? We think not!)

So what do you think Angels themselves dream about? Well, before the creation of this tea, it’s impossible to know. Nowadays we’re certain that they dream about descending to earth to share a pot of this heavenly brew. An ethereal blend of black and green teas touched with sweet maple and fruit flavor, this is the tea to reach for when your spirit needs uplifting! (We’ve even added clover petals in honor of St. Patrick’s angel.) Brew yourself a cup and dream the day away!

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6770 tasting notes

I must say this tea surprised me in more ways than one!

The aroma is delightful. Mostly a sugary Maple scent with the tea scent to back it up.

It’s Medium Brown in color.

Yes, it’s bagged tea, but it’s quite good!

I can taste primarily the Maple but it’s not overpowering. I can taste the blueberry a bit as well. I sort of reminds me of blueberry pancakes with maple syrup minus the pancakes. YUM!

Because I’m feeling quite rushed today I went to warm-up my cup and noticed that the 2nd steep on the same bag worked out pretty well if you are in a pinch.

The 2nd steep seems the maple taste is a little less and the blueberry a little more.

There’s just something about the Maple/Blueberry pair…I didn’t think I would like it – but I really do. This is a great flavored tea/treat in a bag….great for days on the go!!!


Okay now your just making me hungry! Blueberry pancakes really?? LOL


Yes…that is what first popped into my head while drinking this one! LOL
OMG! Just got your package! Thank you!!!!! Just sent you a PM…

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746 tasting notes

Sooooo….I went to George’s Tea Emporium with ShayneBear last week, and I picked up a small tin of this. I was intrigued by the description of blackberry and maple, as I had been looking at both maple tea and black currant (which I know isn’t the same, but whatever) but wasn’t sure what to get and didn’t want to get too much (I’m lacking in space until I finish more teas).

The scent of this is pretty mild, but sweet, and the green tea mellows the main black base, I think. This tea is a bit more stripped down and basic, compared to my normal assortment of teas. It doesn’t look terribly fancy.

Brewed up a dark rich mahogany color…milk and sugar were added. This tea is one where it is subtle flavour, but it is there. Although I could not taste the blackberry itself, I could detect a light fruity taste, but most prominent was the juicy mouthfeel that is in the description. As for the maple flavour, I could faintly detect it as it was not the same kind of sweet that came from the sugar.

Overall, this is a nice tea. It’s a step up from a standard black blend with a little extra juicy sweetness. Does it have a place in my regular rotation? Maybe. But DAVIDs is much closer to me, and Murchies carries the same level of tea, and I’m lazy, but perhaps if we do another visit there, I will get some. My tin, albeit small, will likely last a while.


The maple tea they have is a mere shadow of the maple tea from Steam. If you want maple candy flavoured tea of awesome, I’ll get you some for the next meetup! (Maple candy like when they boil maple syrup till it solidifies in a candy mould. Srsly.)


oh man seriously?


Oh, yeah. Just need to let it cool a bit and then it’s MAPLE. Want some? :)


Oh absolutely!


omg….we may need to do a swap in the near future lol


Heather, it’s on my list for you! :)

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427 tasting notes

I just got this tea from a swap with many other teas from Teaequalsbliss,thanks so very much! by the way. This I’s a teabag dry this smells abit like berry. I steeped it up and now can smell the berry more with a hint of sweetness. Taste wise this tastes like black tea with a blackberry thats natural but not over tart with abit of sweetness of the maple. Now blackberry is not one of my favorite berries but with the maple it tones that tartness down. So this is pretty good.


Maple and blackberry sounds like a weird combo…

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Sounds like a great pairing with pancakes or waffles. I love blackberry syrup so I bet this is delicious!

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2216 tasting notes

Sipdown! Thanks, Heather!

This tea is definitely berry. The berry flavour, especially after adding a tiny bit of sugar (1/8 tsp for 1 cup), is nice and juicy. I don’t really get maple from it, but that’s OK. I’m sure I could have brought it out by adding maple syrup to the tea instead of sugar. :)

While I’m enjoying this cup, I’m not sure I’d go out of my way to get some. There are other fruity teas I prefer (Fruits D’Alsace) to this one, as the base teas are more in line with my tastes.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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464 tasting notes


Had this at Selah Tea Cafe iced. Just ok. I did not pick up on the berries, although it was a little sweet. Very generic black base. It mentions there is green tea in the blend as well, but I didn’t taste it.

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894 tasting notes

This is lovely. Lots of berry notes, with maple and vanilla. A hint of bitterness and astringency, which adds, rather than takes away from the tea. Very mildly sweet.

I get mostly black tea flavours from this blend, malt and fruity, but also a hint of green tea vegetal.

A great morning cup, and good both hot and cold.

Flavors: Astringent, Berry, Bitter, Fruity, Malt, Maple, Sweet, Vanilla

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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985 tasting notes

From the tea journal:
I am just going to the source on this one. It is readily available at many vendors. I tried mine from Culinary Teas, and then purchased a larger amount from The English Tea Store. I do like the maple and blackberry flavors in this one. I don’t think I would rate it as among my favorites, but it is a pleasant cuppa. I probably won’t get more for some time once I am out. Too many more teas to try to keep purchasing one that is just pretty good.

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