Champagne Raspberry

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 250 ml

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Any small victory in your day, calls for this celebratory white tea with natural raspberry and champagne flavorings and safflowers. The aroma is intriguing-a sublime treat

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I LOVE this tea! The fragrance is nice and delicate and it tastes amazing, like a little celebration in a cup (I even drank it on NYE in leiu of actual champagne!). I brew according to the directions on the bag and it turns out perfectly. Since I’m a sweetie, I add a little splenda, but not much as the flavor is delicate too and I don’t want to overpower it.

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This tea smells nice but at the same time it’s a little strange, like a mish mash of flavoured sweet fruit lipglosses combined into one. Somewhat artificial and overly sweet! It’s steeped scent is also the same.

Yeah…. it tastes as it smells….so like lipgloss. I know I’ve said it a lot but seriously, it’s like applying a vast amount of fruity lipgloss and then licking your lips. It’s chemical, waxy, synethetic, overly sweet, plasticy and the whole crazy flavour just lingers in the after taste. While it is very unusual and unpleasant at times it’s not terrible, just not for me. I had a friend that loved to eat lipgloss, literally she would run her finger around my chocolate orange lipgloss tin and eat what she could scoop out! Maybe she would like this tea…

170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

Yuck, I’ve totally experienced lip balm-like teas in the past. So weird. Your comment also reminds me of how I used to get a lot of ignorant comments growing up regarding the taste of lip balm. I’d mention how a particular lip product tasted like wax, chemicals, etc, and I’d get “Ewwwwww, you don’t eat your lipgloss, Fjellrev! You’re supposed to just apply it.” Like, are people that stupid? It hits your tastebuds while you talk throughout the day, lick your lips, etc. Your friend is a special case, however haha.


And here I am thinking that the reason lipgloss has flavour is because you end up eating it throughout the day lol. I wonder why else they think it’s flavoured? This brew went straight down the sink !

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