Summer blend

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Summer blend tea is made from a high quality China Congou, filled with marigolds, rose petals, thistles and carefully blended with the flavour from oils of summer flowers to make a tea so beautifully scented you could eat it!

To enjoy at its best put one tsp per person in a warmed pot or Mug Infuser and add freshly-drawn, preferably filtered, boiling water. Allow 4 minutes for full infusion to occur, then strain into cups or mugs. Flavoured teas such as Summer Blend are best enjoyed without milk or sugar, but do experiment and decide for yourself which you prefer.

Ingredients: black China Congou, summer flower blossoms, Marigolds, rose petals, thistles and mallows.

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sipdown! I’m kind of cheating on this one because i found a pureaoma tea that i don’t want to drink. I was wondering about this one when i got it because of the flowers and it turns out my suspicions were right. however, the tea is a smooth blend…i just personally don’t like the flavour. So of course…this is totally going to terri’s place LOL

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I just finally printed out my tea collection document for the month, & (mostly thanks to SIL) I’m starting the month at 401 teas. LOL, & a ton of them are flavored teas, which I’m not really all that fond of, but I will of course drink them, or at least 1 cups worth.

I’ve had this summer blend for awhile, from one of the many boxes Sil has sent to me. It’s actually not bad. I drank it without any additives, & today my imagination must have been active, because I swear I tasted a hint of peach. Otherwise, it’s a basic kind of black tea with the addition of a variety of flowers. It looks real pretty & confetti-like as a dry tea, & the various leafs maintain their colors after steeping, although they become muted.
And it’s a sipdown! Only 400 teas to go!




just throw anything out you don’t wanna drink heh

Terri HarpLady

turns towards the audience & whispers, “I will strike when least expected.”

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