Ginger Fruit Loops

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Ginger, Lemongrass, Orange
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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  • “picked this one up at the tea festival and figured it was worth having tonight. I made a huge valentine’s day dinner that was a whole lot more than i bargained for haha. Thankfully it was...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I had a small sample of this at the Toronto Tea Festival yesterday, and it really did taste and smell like fruit loops! There must be some vanilla or pastry seasoning here in the blend in order to...” Read full tasting note
  • “This really did taste like fruit loops. I’m so tempted to pick some up…. even though I rarely drink herbals these days. I’m a sucker for novelty nostalgia inducing stuff, what can I say. Hey maybe...” Read full tasting note

From T by Daniel

Rise and shine. Get your spoon ready to dunk into this one. I am a delicious herbal blend of lemongrass, ginger and orange that has been known to make many skip breakfast.

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picked this one up at the tea festival and figured it was worth having tonight. I made a huge valentine’s day dinner that was a whole lot more than i bargained for haha. Thankfully it was delicious and my other half loved it.

this tea is smooth…sort of creamy, lemony,a little orangey. I wouldn’t neccesarilly call it froot loops since those things are stupidly sugarey, but this is a nice brew.

Evol Ving Ness

Sadly, this one was sold out by the time I got around to their booth, but the sample was good. The owners made a very good impression on me. Perhaps one day, I will take the Go Train to their shop to check it out.

Sil

they’re at the tea festival every year as well heh

Evol Ving Ness

Well then, perhaps a visit to Brampton or Burlington is not all that urgent after all.

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I had a small sample of this at the Toronto Tea Festival yesterday, and it really did taste and smell like fruit loops! There must be some vanilla or pastry seasoning here in the blend in order to accomplish that.

It was tasty, but lord I have way too much tea already! I resisted buying this.

Fjellrev

Sounds awesome! Glad you went. :D

Evol Ving Ness

I enjoyed this one. By the time I sampled it, it was already sold out.

Sil

bought some but haven’t tried anything from the festival yet haha

VariaTEA

This one does sound tasty :)

Indigobloom

I got lucky, this one was sold out by the time I got around to asking :P

Evol Ving Ness

We both got lucky then. :) :)

Sorry I missed you later. I only stayed for a couple of hours today and then quick overwhelm. Left at about 2:30 or so. Hope you enjoyed your afternoon.

Indigobloom

No worries, its easy to get overwhelmed the first year you go especially! I spent the afternoon catching up with people from the Tea Guild that I hadn’t seen in awhile. I love the energy, everyone was so excited :)

Evol Ving Ness

yes, there was a nice buzz in the air. it was good to be a part of that.

Indigobloom

Definitely! Some of our tea guild meetings are like that as well. So much fun.

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This really did taste like fruit loops. I’m so tempted to pick some up…. even though I rarely drink herbals these days. I’m a sucker for novelty nostalgia inducing stuff, what can I say. Hey maybe it’ll get me back into non caffeinated teas.
Yesterday was such a tease. I was only able to hit up the tea festival for an hour or two, and it was so crowded that I didn’t bother pushing my way into the crowded areas.
I don’t mind though, as the highlight was seeing my tea peeps! :)

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