2 Tasting Notes


A very unique flavour. I was a bit thrown by the ingredient list, but it smelt good enough in store that I bought a few grams to try myself.
The blueberry is strong when you brew it, not much cranberry, and there’s a hint of something tangy, too. Maybe it’s my mind playing tricks on me, but I swear I can taste the mustard seed.
Overall I’m glad I tried it, but I won’t be refilling my bag when it’s empty.

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This tea was really surprising.

I did a terrible job of brewing it. I put in closer to 2 tsp of the tea, and mindlessly left it sitting for 10 minutes, instead of the 6 I was aiming for. I was worried I was going to have a bitter, undrinkable mess.
But it was good. Really good. Despite the fact that the bag smells strong, the taste was pretty light, comparatively. A delicious berry flavour, noticeable dragonfruit, and only a hint of tartness. But I guess that’s because it’s (mercifully) hibiscus-free.
Pink Dragonfruit is probably going to become one of my go-to berry teas.

Issues: Next time I brew it, I’ll still probably use the same amount of tea; I’ll just be sure to keep an eye on the timer. This bag isn’t very economical. Lots of tea for a light (but good!) taste. Also, if we’re getting into semantics, this is really more of an infusion than an actual tea. I kept finding massive chunks of the dried fruit!

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Long time tea drinker dipping her toes into the ocean of tea connoisseurship.
Or, more aptly put, learning to pass off as someone who knows anything about tea.
Results may vary, but the process will be delicious.


Toronto, ON

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