No. 719 Perfect Day

Tea type
Fruit Green White Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Apricot Flavour, Carob Pieces, Elderflowers, Green Tea Leaves, Licorice Root, Mango, Marigold Petals, Natural Flavours, Organic Chinese White Tea
Flavors
Apple, Apricot, Smooth, Sweet
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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A fragrant blend of organic white tea with drifts of apricot, apple and elderflower

Just a perfect day, we thought, let’s go drink tea in the park. And created this arcadian mélange of delicate white tea and elderflower with whiffs of apricot. Sublime, light-hearted, and simple bliss.

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Adventaggedon Day 24: Tea 4/8

I’m a bit bummed out the last day wasn’t either the chocolate orange or the smoky fig teas because those were the only others that had not yet repeated, and both were probably my favourites in this advent overall.

However I get it because even though the flavour itself of this tea doesn’t really feel anywhere near as festive as the other advents… the name itself seems deliberately timed for Christmas Eve. Like, a ‘perfect day’ to finish off the advent and to celebrate the season. I kind of rebuke that notion though!? Not the tea; the tea was fine. I just think people put so much pressure on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to be so special and for some people it’s just not. Not everyone can see their family or has family to go see and some people just don’t want to spend time with their family either. Like, the holidays are not always the most wonderful time of the year for people and that’s okay.

But yeah – it was a fine tea. Light and smooth and just a bit more stonefruit heavy in taste this time around which was appreciated.

Martin Bednář

“… some people just don’t want to spend time with their family either.”
Please, tell this to my mum. She doesn’t get it; tomorrow another family gathering and I am stressed and afraid of it in the same time.

Michelle

Not every christmas is going to be special, but we always have tea to drink, and that is comforting to me this time of year. Some people don’t want to visit and some don’t want to tackle 8 tea advents at the same time, lol. To each her own.

Mastress Alita

I don’t observe Christmas at all, and the whole Christmas Eve/Christmas Day thing are just normal days to me. No family, no presents, no huge feasts, the only difference is my work is closed. I celebrate Festivus on the 23rd, but since the “point” of that holiday is being a low-key secular, non-commercial alternative, my Festivus is pretty much a normal day, too (just one in which I treat myself to a dinner out). My family lives very distant from me so I never see them “for the holidays.” My closest relative is within driving range, but between snow and her working a retail job, this is the absolute worst time of year to visit her, as well.

Shae

I’m with you 100% – there is way too much pressure this time of year and not everyone can celebrate (or not) in the way they’d like. I used to love Christmas, mostly the sparkly lights and decorations if I’m being honest, but the last three Christmases have been hard for different reasons. We didn’t decorate this year, and I’ve done my best to pretend it’s just another month, another day. I might regret that later, but it’s too sad for me otherwise.

Martin, I’m not sure if you’ve had your family gathering yet but I’m thinking of you today. I know this feeling and it’s terrible.

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS! ADVENT DAY 24

I won’t lie, I have expected some kind of holiday tea. Some distinctly German. Punch-like maybe? Glühwein?

But anyway! It is wonderful apricot white tea. Today even the base tea complements so well with the fruit. Honeyish → sweet taste of it.

Apricot is fruity and fresh, juicy as wel. Very genuine and sweet as well. One of the winners for me from this Advent.

I think that this Advent calendar shown me some blends I am considering to order one day, as well there were a few dismals. But that’s completely normal. One young man can’t love everything.

I also wish you happy holidays, a better next year and I wish you all being healthy, because that matters the most nowadays.

Leafhopper

Happy holidays to you as well, and may 2022 be better for all of us!

Shae

Happy holidays, Martin!

ashmanra

Happy Holidays, Martin!

Courtney

Happy holidays! :)

Todd

Happy holidays!

Evol Ving Ness

Happy Christmas to you and yours, Martin, and happy holidays! Good health too especially for all those you care about. Including all of us tea people, of course.

CrowKettle

Happy holidays! :)

Michelle

Happy Holidays!! Here’s to drinking more tea in the coming year!

Martin Bednář

Thank you all!

derk

Happy holidays :)

Martin Bednář

Thank you and same derk!

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