Love Spell

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Green Tea
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Coconut, Cream, Creamy, Fruity, Green, Malt, Milk, Pleasantly Sour, Tangy, Tree Fruit, Tropical
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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 30 sec 14 oz / 400 ml

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This delicious Green Tea is a lovely combination of organic sencha, papaya chunks, red sugar hearts, coconut chips, pineapple bits and safflower petals. You will quickly fall under the spell of this tropical tea.

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This reminds me a lot of Tropicalia but not as flavorful and with green tea. It even has pretty similar candy hearts. With everything in this tea I was expecting some fruity mess, but I was pleasantly surprised. I tasted mostly coconut and pineapple, and the sencha added a nice change of flavor, so it wasn’t like being overpowered with sweetness.

I was also surprised it was really good hot. These are sort of the flavors I’d choose for iced tea, but it wasn’t bad at all hot!

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51 tasting notes

What a beautiful tea! Dry, it’s a medley of green goodness, with chunks of pineapple and papaya as well as little red candy hearts. Just adorable. It smells wonderful – tropical, sweet, and refreshing. Tastes sweet, but not sickeningly so. Just enough to dance on your tongue and bring a smile to your face. I find it has a gentle coconut aftertaste, which is quite nice.

I’m happy to hear that Teavana is keeping this one, because I will definitely be purchasing more of this tea. It is aptly named, because you do fall under its spell ;)

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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746 tasting notes

Iced today and meh. I did ask for more tea and less ice, but I don’t know if that was this issue. The iced teas I have had lately seem a little watered down and mild. I like Strawberry Fields better so far, in the iced realm.

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54 tasting notes

Romantic. Invigorating. Fantasy.
My top three words to describe this pot of green tea. Steep this tea with a loved one. Enjoy the invigorating taste. & escape to your fantasy. Love Spell is a mixture of papaya chunks, coconut chips, red sugar hearts, pineapple bits, safflower petals, and fruit flavours. The appearance of the tea is simple with a hint of love from it’s heart shaped red sugar.

In my opinion, how a tea smells will let you know how it will taste. When opening the package for the first time there was a blissful scent escaping. I thought right away that this tea would be an exciting experience for the much needed taste I desired. I’ll admit, I thought it smelled a lot better than the actually taste itself, but I was still amazed at this lovely green tea combination.

To prepare the tea, I steeped the loose tea leaves directly in warm water for about 3 minutes in my Tea Master also from Teaopia. I feel this allowed the leaves to release more flavours and give a richer blend. Typically, green tea is drank with nothing extra added into it. Love spell has the perfect sweetness already because of the sugar hearts that cast a spell for you to fall in love with the tropical beverage. A bonus feature for this tea is that if a hot drink loses its appeal for you during the hot summer season, this one would be delightful chilled over some ice with a few slices of fresh fruit floating in the pitcher.

I seem to feel like my afternoon yesterday became a bit better after indulging in some love spell. It had the perfect hint of energy to provide the consumer with it’s fruity flavours. Drinking the tea helps you sit back and think of a hot vacation getaway on a Caribbean island. A perfect time to daydream and visit your fantasy place. Only to step back into reality after the last drop in your teacup.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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It’s about time I write a positive review on here, so I may as well start with this.

This tea is… not perfect (because let’s be honest here, nothing is), but it comes pretty damned close to perfection. It smells absolutely HEAVENLY, and the taste does not disappoint, either. Every single flavour comes through clearly, and it’s an absolutely wonderful balance of flavour as well. The heart shaped candies are a very cute touch, and they also add another note of sweetness along with the papaya, pineapple, and coconut. But the best part is that it’s not overwhelmingly sweet, either! It’s just right.

I just… I am honestly having a hard time thinking about all the details of this tea that I absolutely love, because there’s so much to love! Funny how I can be so detailed about a tea I dislike, but when I come across one I genuinely adore, I struggle to figure out a good way to put things into words.

Either way, Teaopia’s Love Spell has certainly put ME under a spell. Give it a try, and maybe it’ll happen to you, too.

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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This one tea turned me into a loose leaf tea drinker. I really love it; it has a really nice subtle sweet taste to it. If you enjoy flavored green teas with a little sweetness then you should try this.

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Wonderful, I absolutely love it. The company couldn’t have chosen a better name for this tea, its just sweet enough to make your body feel like its under a love spell.

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307 tasting notes

Well, this tea is a lot more potent than its teabags from butler cafe brethren have been so far. The green tea comes through clearly, but with flowery and tropical fruity notes as well. Reminds me a bit of Toasted Walnut, but fruitier.
It is, perhaps, still on the light side, but light in a meant-to-be way, rather than being too light for the tea to shine. Definitely resteeping this.

3 min, 30 sec

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1148 tasting notes

One of things I like about green teas is that they go really well in creamy, fruity blends.

I tried this at a friend’s house and loved it! The fruit is nice, but the creamy coconut and milk flavours are what got me.

Brews a deep orange colour. I accidentally let 2 tsp leaves steep for over 10 minutes and it got a tiny bit bitter (and on the cusp of being tart from the fruit) but not astringent, which is an excellent sign. I’m going to try this again as an iced pitcher starting with more water and see how it is cold. I really enjoyed it hot, but I imagine it makes a nice iced tea as well.

Flavors: Coconut, Cream, Creamy, Fruity, Green, Malt, Milk, Pleasantly Sour, Tangy, Tree Fruit, Tropical

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

Wow I’m surprised they still have it around after all this time. And that it didn’t go stale. Glad you liked it! :)

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10 tasting notes

This is one of the 3 teas I was able to get at my last trip to Teaopia (Theere going out of business and I had planned on getting 6 and sadly was unable to get them all)
I already have/had a favorite flavored green tea, but this is now quite a favorite green tea!
The smell is really nice, and the cute little hearts makes the tea even more special.
The flavor first hits you with green tea, and then the papaya comes out as an after taste, I cant really taste much else other then the papaya, but that is ok with me.
On another note, this was the first tea that I reused tea leaves with, and I was quite happy to see that it had the same taste as the first steep.

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