Ginger Peach Snowcone

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There’s nothing more refreshing than a snowcone. It’s chilly goodness, perfect shape and icy texture reminds you of childhood fun.Combining the bite of ginger and the sweetness of peach, we blended this White Monkey Chinese Tea, to get you reminiscing and sipping on some healthy magic. Detox and relax with this blood purifying concoction that can be brewed hot or iced!

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Beautiful and aromatic, this tea will leave you feeling healthy and happy!

Ingredients: White Monkey Chinese Tea, Sunflower blossom, natural flavours.

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Roswell Strange sent me an awesome package of tea deliciousness and I was super excited yesterday when it arrived. I was also on the edge of having a breakdown since the last couple days have been overwhelming between coming off the stress of drafting a 20 page research memo, having to assemble job application packets and drafting cover letters for firms for applications due today at 5, having surprise client meetings today and yesterday morning I had to prepare for, and having to read a bunch of cases to work on a project with a friend today. So while I enjoyed some of the teas yesterday, I am only now adding them to my cupboard today…now that I finally have a second to breathe.

The most frustrating part was that yesterday was just supposed to be just cover letters, which is manageable but then we got assigned our project and it turned out we needed to do a lot more than we originally anticipated. Then while we were working on our project yesterday I got an email from the receptionist at the community legal services I am volunteering with saying that my client wanted to make the appointment we scheduled for Friday sooner. My concern was that she realized her deadline was coming up for a time sensitive application and needed to be in sooner rather than later so I accommodated. Then today after the stress of yesterday that was exacerbated by my accommodating the client, the client tells me that she moved up the meeting because she checked the weather and today is warmer than Friday. I could have killed her. However, it is done and I was able to get through and be useful on the project despite not getting through many of the cases. And the applications are submitted and now I am watching The Gifted and drinking tea. This tea that smells like the perfect combination of peach and ginger, both dry and steeped.

The flavor is nice too. It is reflective of the scent but not as strong. Not nearly as strong. The scent is sweet fuzzy peaches and ginger but the flavor is not nearly as sweet. It doesn’t have much ginger either. Just a touch of each flavor. A whisper of the scent itself. Nice but not amazing. Perhaps I need to change steeping parameters to coax out the flavors…this time I went with 185F water for 3 minutes. Thank you for sharing Roswell Strange! And if you have steeping recommendations, I’m all ears.

Cameron B.

So sorry that your week has been so stressful! Here’s hoping that the rest of it will have less stress and more tea.


I just have to make it to Friday and then I get to go home and visit with my family…and my puppies! Thankfully the bulk of things were done today so the next couple of days shouldn’t be too bad.


if you want your tea, let me know but also don’t stress about it since you’re just up for the weekend. There’s only a few, so i’m more than happy to hold them for longer.

Roswell Strange

Sorry to hear about all of the stress :( As for tea tea, I’d try upping your steep temp a little bit. From the few times I’ve had this, I recall it being pretty resilient to heat.

Evol Ving Ness

Hurray for tea joy! Hope the stress and overwhelm subsides a bit or becomes a bit more manageable. And hurray for tea frens making things a whole lot more pleasant, regardless of the circumstances.

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Had a mug of this with supper today, and it was pretty nice. I kept the steep time short, which brought out more of a sweet and dewy floral peach note and a little bit less ginger. The ginger was still there for some warmth, and depth but I liked that the overall cup profile was more light, fresh and fruity.

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