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  • “thank you teafairy This is a really delicate tea. The flavouring is really nice and not the least bit artificial. It’s not a strongly flavoured tea but it is tasty! I’m looking forward to to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “another sipdown from Sil, who got it from TeaFairy. Thanks ladies. This was actually rather tasty initially, although after a few sips it tasted kind of soapy to me. Don’t take this review too...” Read full tasting note

From tweed and hickory

The fruit itself is very refreshing, as is this tea. The flavor profile of the melon blends beautifully with our Ceylon tea. A splash of milk will greatly compliment the flavor of the tea when served hot, and a dash of sugar will make this one a summer favorite when served over ice. A terrific sweetness that is fruity and full flavored. The tea has the delicate notes of watermelon but the flavor depth of a cantaloupe

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thank you teafairy This is a really delicate tea. The flavouring is really nice and not the least bit artificial. It’s not a strongly flavoured tea but it is tasty! I’m looking forward to to trying this as a cold brew :)

TheTeaFairy

Yay! Yea I too find their base tea to be pretty tasty on its own. You’re instincts are good, I actually preferred it iced :-)

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another sipdown from Sil, who got it from TeaFairy. Thanks ladies.
This was actually rather tasty initially, although after a few sips it tasted kind of soapy to me. Don’t take this review too seriously, however. As it’s been a long day. I arrived at the wedding, & as I stepped out of the car I was immediately assaulted with a chemical in the air. They were spraying bug spray on the grass where the wedding was going to be. I’m sure I’ve mentioned that I’m chemically sensitive, so this was abhorrent to me.

I took my harp inside, & (now you’re gonna find out what a horrible person I can be on occasion) prayed that it would start raining. AND IT DID!
Not immediately, but it did start raining before I was suppose to start playing, so the wedding was inside.
The truth is, I was pretty sure it was going to rain. It was only whether it started before I started playing, or after. It it had started after, I would have had to pack up my harp immediately, for obvious reasons. Since it started before the wedding, I didn’t have to worry about getting wet!
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Skulleigh

Who sprays grass immediately before people have to stand on it, individual sensitivities aside! That is ridiculous!

Ysaurella

I would never have thought we can spray a whole garden grass against bugs !

Terri HarpLady

I know!
There are a lot of outdoor wedding sites in Illinois, not far from St Louis. They are all in the country, most of them on private property. For example, there’s a guy that owns a landscaping business. His mom has several acres, & he uses her place to grow various plants, store his equipment, experiment with plant layouts, etc. I played the first wedding there, years ago. That first wedding, for a friend of the owner,led to a full time business for his mom. It’s a beautiful location! Also, I think his wife or sister started a floral business as well. I don’t think they spray the grass there, but many of the other similar places do. Chiggers & ticks are very common here, along with a multitude of other insects, spiders, etc, so they are spraying so that people won’t complain about bugs, & they usually do it about an hour before the wedding. It’s gross, & I’m actually thinking I might quit doing outside weddings, at least in IL. I usually set up about an hour before the ceremony, & start playing 30 minutes before. Even if that stuff isn’t in the air anymore, the aroma of it continues to rise from the ground, & it effects my breathing & thinking.

TheTeaFairy

(Did you secretly do the rain dance?)

Terri HarpLady

I did!! Probably not so secretly, I was SO relieved!

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