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New tea! This one sort of snuck online last week without much fanfare, with that “mini capsule” of unflavoured teas I talked about in my Golden Dragon Pu’erh note…

I feel conflicted about this tea on a purely personal level because I really think it’s very well balanced – which is really tricky when you’re working with so many dominant flavours – but all the flavours are ones I typically don’t love. The blend is basically green tea, ginger, jasmine, and straight matcha – with zero flavouring. Not really favourites of mine. So it’s always interesting having one foot in the camp of “wow, the craft behind this is exceptional” and another in the camp of “but I don’t like it”.

So I guess I would probably rank the flavours, in terms of presence, as…

- Ginger
- Jasmine
- Green Tea
- Matcha

The blend is overall very flavourful which is very impressive given the lack of flavouring – I think you absolutely wouldn’t realize its a flavour free blend without it being pointed out; it’s not flat at all. The ginger is more of a hot and earthy ginger to me, and it’s only slightly stronger than the jasmine, which is conveyed through the jasmine scented green tea instead of a jasmine oil or flavouring. I wouldn’t expect these two flavours to work together, but they do seem to offset each other very nicely. The ginger draws out sweetness from the jasmine while the floral notes soften some of the earthier qualities. Even though it’s quite flavour forward, I’d call it light to medium bodied.

The matcha is mild – and that makes sense to me because this blend uses compressed matcha instead of a dusting of matcha. It infuses into the cup, but in a more controlled way, and it helps preserve the aesthetic of the blend also.

I’ve not seen reviews on this yet (not just on Steepster but on other platforms too), but I would be soooo fascinated to see what someone who actually does like ginger or jasmine green tea would think of the blend. I don’t really feel like I’m in the position to be as objective about it as I want to be…

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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Another new tea!

This one didn’t really come out in a “collection” per say, but sort of a mini capsule with three different blends that have no flavouring in them at all. One is more of a “blend” you would typically associate with having flavouring (tasting note on that one at a later date), one is a returning oolong that’s scented, and then there is this one – which is just a straight shou pu’erh. It’s always a good launch week when there’s new traditional/straight teas to talk about! FYI – all three are verrryyyy limited quantities for now…

This shou pu’erh comes in traditional “dragonball” shape – the balls vary in weight because they are hand rolled and are typically between about 5g and 8g. This is important to keep in mind with steeping, because it’s not an exact science. You wont get perfectly the same brew if you just use one/two balls each time. They’re wrapped in gold foil, and because of that they sort of remind me of Ferroro Rocher. Here’s a fun/cute fact for you all: before the tea was officially named we referring to this tea in the tea lab as “Shou Rochers” because of how uncanny the appearance is at a glance.

I’ve had this three ways now – in a Nordic mug, Grandpa Style (also in a Nordic Mug), and Gongfu. My preference of the three is Grandpa style; I think there’s more body when brewed that way and more of the sweetness of the petrichor/date notes comes out with that longer style of steeping, which compliments verrrryyy smooth woody and umami/brothy notes. I guess mushroom is the brothy thing? That’s what my coworkers say, but as someone allergic to mushrooms I don’t have a strong point of reference.

In a Nordic is fine, but lacks some depth that I personally crave. Gongfu was also good, though it didn’t have lots of longevity. I’d say you’re looking at more smooth and consistent body and umami flavour without as much sweetness. If you’re someone who drinks a lot of shou Gongfu and, like me, reaaalllyyyy loves typical Menghai character (that burly woody/camphor thing) then you might find this shou a little flat/unexciting.

However, it’s because the flavour is so consistent and smooth without off fermentation notes or “kick you in the face camphor” that I think it’s actually a VERY STRONG option as a “gateway” shou for someone unfamiliar with the tea type looking to get a foot in the door. I don’t see there being a lot of flavours that would typically turn off the pu’erh adverse and it’s soooo easy to brew. So in that situation, “unexciting” is actually a benefit. For me, it’s just easy drinking shou – something to toss in a mug and sip on thoughtlessly that tastes just fine. I would travel with these dragonballs because my impression is that you could make this anytime/anywhere and you’d likely get the same consistent experience.

I think I grabbed a half dozen or so for myself, and I may grab more to have on hand as a travel option – but mostly I’m just exciting that DT is exploring more pu’erh in more shapes/styles, and in what I believe is an accessible way.

Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGkOBO3gdju/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRnN_SMrsIc&ab_channel=Argonaut%26Wasp

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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This is the last of last Friday’s new teas!

Honestly, I think it’s about time that DT had a Lemon Ginger blend on the tea wall. Like, when was the last time we did!? That’s such a commercial profile though, and I know people have been asking for one for a long time. Hell, I don’t even like ginger very much but even I always keep a Lemon Ginger on hand for when I’m feeling under the weather!

On the spectrum of lemon ginger tea blends, this is one that I enjoy a lot. It’s not something that I love outside of that spectrum, but I’m also not really the type of person who drinks this flavour combination “for funsies”. It’s something I turn to when I feel under the weather and want comfort, and so I think this blend checks all of those boxes for me…

I personally feel like the lemon is stronger than the ginger, although both are present and pretty well balanced. I think the lemon comes off as very fresh and aromatic – and a bit zingy. I don’t know if this is a pro/con and under or overselling the blend but the lemon note kind of reminds me of really good, sweet and puckery home squeezed lemonade!? With the warmth and tickle of ginger root to offset the sweetness/tartness if the lemon, though! There’s also fennel/licorice root in the blend but to be honest I don’t really taste either – I think they do a good job of adding sweetness/body to the tea without imposing on the flavour of the blend, and there’s something to be said about the inclusion of licorice root from a functional angle, because if you are drinking this as a “sick tea” then licorice root is very soft and soothing on the throat.

I mentioned this briefly in my most recent tasting note for Ginger Honey/Ginger Crystals, but I prefer this blend to that one – which is another Lemon/Ginger type of flavour profile. I think, for me, the main differences are that there’s no lemongrass in this blend, which is an ingredient that I don’t prefer, and the lemon is more dominant here while in Ginger Honey the focus is more on the Ginger. Just a personal preference.

So overall, this is a thumbs up for me. Nice iced, good hot, best hot with honey.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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drank Sleepy Lychee by DAVIDsTEA
10255 tasting notes

I have two more tasting notes to do for the teas from last Friday’s launch (including this one) but that almost feels like old news at the point, since DT’s two different advent calendars launched today – the normal one and a matcha one…

Let’s focus on this tea for a moment, though! Of all the blends from last Friday, this is my favourite of the new teas – something that has surprised me over time because when it was originally developed I didn’t love it. It’s gone through some changes over time, and the initial flavour was actually really heavily inspired by bubble tea. Not the milk based bubble teas, but more of the fruity ones with things like jasmine green tea as the base with a sweet and juicy fruit note layered over top of that. It was later adapted to have more of this fruity and relaxing type of profile and to incorporate some other ingredients (like linden/silver lime tree blossoms) that are more known for uses as sleep aids. I’m also going to take a moment to pat myself on the back, because this is another blend that I named and I think it’s just really fun to say!

I have a… particular relationship with jasmine, in a few ways. To start, I don’t often enjoy jasmine teas (especially jasmine green tea) but there are exceptions to that such a jasmine white teas and DT’s Jasmine Black Pearls. Another thing about jasmine, to me, is that I almost always feel like it reminds me of grapes in terms of flavour – fresh, floral and sweet/juicy green grapes particularly. Most people disagree with me about that/think I’m crazy. It’s actually, for me, that sort of grape-y taste that makes this taste so good though – in my opinion. Lychee is another fruit that has a very sweet and syrupy/juicy taste while also being incredibly floral tasting so it meshes so incredibly well with the jasmine because not only does the floral quality of the jasmine work with the floral quality of the lychee but for me the fruity qualities of both go together so well too! All in all, I was just describe the taste of this tea as very fresh, juicy and floral. Mostly lychee, too – similar to Lychee Bellini but slightly less syrupy. I taste some apple in the undertones, as well, and a hint of carrot and lemongrass.

I’m not sure how well this tea will do because I think lychee, just in general, is a divisive flavour and then on top of that I imagine a lot of other people will be weirded out by the combination of lychee and jasmine but I do urge people to try this if they get the chance because it’s a really cool combination in my opinion – like, if you enjoyed Blackberry Jasmine Blast and the way the fruit/jasmine played off each other in that blend I do believe you’ll strongly enjoy this one too. Assuming, I guess, that you don’t hate lychee.

Also, I also just like diversity in my tea blends and there are A MILLION sleep teas that are chamomile/lavender/mint/valerian/etc but I can’t think of another one that’s lychee.

It’s also killer iced/cold brewed.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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drank Youth Blossom by DAVIDsTEA
721 tasting notes

TTB. Quite light, fruity, and fresh. Tastes like a white nectarine. A bit floral. Hibiscus isn’t overpowering and compliments the blend nicely.

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TTB. Smells like honey flavoring, which I like. Tastes like licorice, stevia, and rooibos…which I don’t like.

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TTB. Smells strongly of blueberry, and is nice and creamy. There’s a strong buttery flavor going on. The blueberry is nice, there’s just too much hibiscus and the tartness is odd against the buttery/creamy yogurt.

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Slowly making my way through catching up on tasting notes…

This was a new matcha from last Friday’s collection – definitely one of the more unique ones that have come out in a while, though I think all the matcha this year has been pretty solid. Well, except for Bubble Gum Matcha – I wasn’t a huge fan of that one. I feel like this is almost as far away from a Bubble Gum Matcha that you can get, though!

It’s not as out there as Kale Matcha (I did like that one though), but this matcha has some cool ingredients – including both ginger powder and apple cider vinegar powder. As such, there’s some kick to it! Both in terms of ginger heat/tickle in the back of your throat as well as some tang from the ACV powder. So, it’s really appropriately named in my opinion. I know that Ginger is associated with digestion, and I know that ACV has a TON of associated wellness benefits too – but I don’t really care about any of them on a personal level at all. I just get excited whenever we’re carrying a new ingredient in a tea blend, and as someone who loves vinegar in just about every form I love the flavour in this tea too! The apple just tastes fresh, zingy and crisp. It reminds me a little bit of hard ciders in pubs after long shifts at work – but just a bit healthier/without the hangovers.

Things of note, at least in my opinion – this is a sweetened matcha but it is considerably less sweetened than the typical flavoured matcha from DT so don’t expect that same level of sweetness from the blend. I’m not actually sure what steeping recommendations we’re putting on the web labels for this one, in terms of matcha spoon amount, but my personal preference is to use just a TINY bit more than what I would typically use for a straight matcha. If you dose this one heavily, like a flavoured matcha, you’re in for a world of hurt because the flavour of this one can get INTENSE!

Also – you can’t really make this one into a latte and honestly, even if you could, I can’t really picture the flavour translating well with milk. I like it hot and plain or hot with honey, but it’s okay iced too. A coworker tried it as a tea pop the other day and enjoyed it made that was as well, for what it’s worth.

It takes a lot to get me on board with intense ginger flavours, but I think in this case my love of apple cider vinegar outweighs my complicated relationship with ginger.

Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGPzBvfA-pK/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUxT5FrpOL8&ab_channel=Bobbing-Topic

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

Tiffany :)

I’m so excited about this one and I am a ginger fan! :D

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Well, the valerian does the trick. A perfect night cap to get you to dreamland quickly. I have on occasion added a little brandy or bourbon to the mix, but just a drop. This is a very powerful cup of nighttime incentive and great for these cooler nights.

Flavors: Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Mint, Peppermint

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 30 sec 3 g 10 OZ / 295 ML

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drank Lavender Buttercream by DAVIDsTEA
1202 tasting notes

The first thing that strikes me about this tea is the sweetness. It’s like stevia sweet with that weird tang, but the ingredients say sugar. It’s hard to get over. The creamy lavender part is nice, but that tang! Yuck! There is also a sour note in the finish. I think it gets worse as it cools. I love the idea of this tea, but not how it played out.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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drank Glitter Chai by DAVIDsTEA
769 tasting notes

I can’t really tell the difference between the glitter in this chai and when there are random little particles floating around in my cup. Nice idea though. This one didn’t need milk. The black tea was very light. The spices were decent, if a little generic and sweet. I know I’ve had plenty of other chais similar to this. It’s not spicy. The resteep tasted the same as the first. Quite similar to other DT chais. The strongest flavor is cinnamon.

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Another new one from Friday’s new collection drop…

I’ve had this one about four or five times now and while I didn’t initially love it the blend has grown on me with subsequent tastings. It’s sort of positioned as a tea to aid in digestion, but y’all know I’m not big on the wellness push with teas so I’ve always just focused on taste of this blend which is pretty accurate to its name…

The primary flavour here is absolutely citrus – a bright, full of life and fresh orange/tangerine that feels lively on the palate. It took me a while to place it, but it’s really similar to the same fresh and pointed citrus note in Midsummer Night’s Dream, complete with that very slight acidic ‘tang’. This comparison is only strengthened, to me, by the additions of a delicately floral oolong base and the sweet and refreshing finishing flavours of spearmint after you’ve finished each sip. It’s not a perfect comparison, but this does sort of feel like the “older sister” (if you will) to Midsummer Night’s Dream; similar profile but a bit more refined/a bit less sweet. You also have the introduction of turmeric and ginger to that sweet orange/spearmint combination. The ginger is light but throughout the sip, and I think it tastes like with the orange (think “The Skinny”). As for the turmeric, I think it’s a more mellowed turmeric as far as turmeric goes – turmeric can be quite the dominating flavour. Instead, that bit of earthy and woody spice seems to more “ground” the flavour and help balance it from being too sweet/cloying. Longer steeps will bring that note to the forefront, though…

Also, this blend has the COOLEST looking ingredient visually – these awesome Georgian candied tangerine slices that look so incredibly cute! I’m not even sure what the last time I was that excited about an ingredient in a blend. Not only is it this cool, chunky looking visual but they actually add such a nice taste too – really contributing to that sweet tangerine note on the top of the sip that makes this blend feel so bright and fresh. While it’s sad to break them up, I would really recommend “crushing” them before steeping if you have the time to do so – it just really releases that flavour!

Is this my favourite? No, but I’m enjoying it – especially chilled. I prefer Midsummer Night’s Dream though that might be at least partially be from the nostalgia I have surrounding that blend. Though it wasn’t intentionally crafted with the idea of being like MND, this blend does remind me of it though and for that I do appreciate it a lot.

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9VEEdt_dR0&ab_channel=BeyondLyric

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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drank Forever Nuts by DAVIDsTEA
693 tasting notes

Made this up to drink while rewatching the 1991 Addams Family movie, which I don’t think I’ve seen since the 90s… it seemed appropriate. This was a free sampler I picked up at some point from DAVIDsTEA. It brews a pink color from the beetroot powder. It tastes like cinnamon-sugar roasted nuts (I’m particularly getting almond/cashew notes), and while mostly sweet, there is a slight tartness to the cup as well. A pleasant pot of tea while I’m snacking on popcorn and enjoying a nostalgic movie on a rainy autumn evening!

Flavors: Almond, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Nutty, Sweet, Tart

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 5 g 17 OZ / 500 ML
derk

This time last year I was piecing together my Gomez costume.

derk

Good movie :)

Mastress Alita

Ooo, great costume choice!

gmathis

Pushing Daisies is on my October seasonal watch list; did an episode while folding many, many loads of laundry yesterday. However, the unseasonable temps (high 80’s) kind of ruined the vibe.

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Been cleaning house all evening after work to try to spare myself of it over the weekend (though I still have bit left to do in the morning). Very ready to wind down with some tea. This is another freebie sampler I had from DAVIDsTEA that I grabbed yesterday with the others (the backup if the coconut was foul), so into the teapot it goes! And since I’ve been multitasking getting another batch of iced tea made up, the teabag was just left in the pot steeping for an ample amount of time. Ah well, I like my herbals “bag left in” strong.

Has a strong Red Hots cinnamon candy aroma. And that’s pretty much what I’m getting from the flavor, too. I’m getting a bit of an apple sweetness left on my tongue in the aftertaste, and wish the two flavors were meshing more together during the sip, but it is very dominated by the artificial cinnamon flavor. The rooibos base itself is fairly non-descript for me here, again because the cinnamon is such a strong note. It’s fine, but Tea Chai Te has a rooibos version of their Market Spice tea which is that same sort of sweet cinnamon candy flavor profile, but I find theirs a bit more rounded/interesting. I think this one would interest me a bit more if the apple flavor were popping more and I was getting cinnamon apples rather than cinnamon candies, since I already have a cinnamon candies rooibos I quite enjoy.

A perfectly satisfying cup, and one I’m glad I got the chance to try, but ultimately a flavor I have in my collection already and like better from another tea.

Flavors: Apple, Artificial, Candy, Cinnamon, Rooibos, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 5 g 17 OZ / 500 ML

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An assortment of various wellness/functional teas launched today that cover wide range of tea types and purposes – five in total, six if you count Ginger Honey as new. I don’t, because it’s just a renamed Ginger Crystals; so that one is a returning blend.

I’ll do reviews on all of them eventually (probably this weekend) but I’m starting with this one just because I had it today on my commute home from work to refresh myself on the taste. I haven’t had it a lot compared to the other new ones – it’s probably my personal least favourite of this new drop, and it’s the only one of the five new ones that I didn’t take a bag of home for myself.

I definitely don’t view it as an unpleasant tea – it’s just not really a profile that speaks to me. The flavour is, as you would likely guess from the name, more lemon forward – but it’s a pretty soft/milder tasting lemon that leans more heavily into the herbal flavours of the vervain leaf and lemongrass, and the slight herbal taste of the green rooibos. I just find the taste a bit too muted for me personally, and I don’t particularly love the flavour of lemongrass either.

One of the things that I do think is really cool about this blend, though, is that it’s got valerian but no chamomile. I’ve definitely heard from people, back when I worked in store, that valerian was a really helpful sleep aid for them but, because they either had ragweed allergies or just didn’t like the taste, neither Mother’s Little Helper or Valerian Nights were options for them because of the use of chamomile. I’m always on board for diversifying tea blends! Some other things I think make this a strong blend are the use of green rooibos (red rooibos can be SUPER polarizing but a lot of people who dislike red rooibos often don’t mind green rooibos) and that it’s organic. Plus, as someone who doesn’t like the taste of licorice root, I appreciate that I don’t really taste it in the blend.

Also, as I’ve said before, not every tea needs to have the flavour dialed up to a level ten to be a good tea – this isn’t my cup of tea but I appreciate that it’s probably going to fill a need for people who want a more sleep oriented tea without the flavour blast before bed.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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drank White Chocolate Chai by DAVIDsTEA
108 tasting notes

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drank Butterscotch Chai by DAVIDsTEA
1018 tasting notes

Taken with a dash of milk.

First impression is that it’s alright but the stevia wears on me. Stevia, apple, and, surprisingly, mango are ingredients that often do not work for me.

I’ll try steeping it directly in hot milk next time (or heat it all up together on the stove. Depends how lazy I am).

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Fruity, Ginger, Sugar

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Phew, what a night! I make my breakfast smoothies the night prior and store them in the fridge, and tonight while doing so the plastic of my blender caraffe cracked and red strawberry smoothie guts splattered all over my kitchen, looking very Halloween-horror-scene-appropriate. I, however, wasn’t quite so amused. Not only did I have to clean my kitchen, but I had to get dressed again, go back out after I’d settled in for the night, and buy a new blender stat to have my fruity matcha goodness in the morning. I am in the middle of an 11,000 book re-labeling project at work, and that was the last thing I needed to come home to!

So, no more drama for the night. Need relaxing tea! Had a few DAVIDsTEA caffeine-free samplers lying around — this one had coconut, so I immediately ripped it open and checked it to see if it was still steepable or would be trashed. Nibbled a slice of coconut. Tasted okay. Didn’t smell foul. Okay, will go with this one. Too tired to heat milk, so it’s just a plain ol’ hot cuppa.

The aroma smells very pleasant… definitely not that “instant badness” coconut smell I got from that Mighty Leaf Coconut Assam freebie teabag not long ago, but rich, sweet coconut, and lots of warming spices… cinnamon, cardamom, perhaps a hint of ginger and pepper peeking through on the nose as well? The flavor is very nice… The coconut adds a bit of sweetness to the spices, which just feel so warm and comforting tonight, and while the last rooibos I had from DAVIDsTEA (Pumpkin Cheesecake) tasted very medicinal/woody to me, this one does not; it’s very smooth and I’m getting more of a nutty/honeyed flavor from the base.

This is the sort of cuppa that helps make up for a shit night. Warm, comforting, relaxing.

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Coconut, Ginger, Honey, Nutty, Pepper, Smooth, Spices, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 5 g 17 OZ / 500 ML
Dustin

Going out immediately to buy a blender?! That’s some smoothie dedication! LOL!

Mastress Alita

I had a bit I had lifeboated out of the broken blender into a glass, but it wasn’t even enough for breakfast since so much had ended up all over my kitchen. Yet, I didn’t want it to go to waste, so I figured if I could dump it back into a (working) blender, I could add a few more ingredients and salvage it, hahaha.

gmathis

(Envisioning the adventure in slo-mo and chuckling just a little bit. I’m sure it wasn’t funny.)

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drank S’mores Chai by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

enjoyed this one today as well…was bored, tried a bunch of new teas. Don’t love david’s but apparently they’ve got their hooks in to me right now given the challenge of getting flavoured tea across the border easily right now.

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drank Salted Caramel Oolong by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

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drank Salted Caramel Oolong by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

this one wasn’t bad. It’s no salted caramel from france, but it’s the best that i’ve had from a non fancy french tea place :)

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drank Cola Crush by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

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drank Cola Crush by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

i though this one was pretty good i think…but don’t accidentally leave the leaves/gummies in the steeper after or they congeal and are really damn hard to get out. gah!

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drank Butterscotch Chai by DAVIDsTEA
11297 tasting notes

accidentally put this tea and orange cream mousse from deb’s in a single strainer….so i made it and drank it. Was a little weird but not too bad. lol I need to not make tea with the little one is “helping” i get super distracted.

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