Doctor Who - Katarina

Tea type
Oolong Rooibos Yerba maté Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Apricot, Green Rooibos, Mango, Marigold Flowers, Oolong Tea, Orange Peels, Passionfruit, Peach, Yerba Mate Leaves
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
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Edit tea info Last updated by Sami Kelsh
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A sweet blend for a sweet girl thrown into a world she was never afforded the chance to understand, a warm and bright nectar to sustain you on the journey to the beyond.

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Before I dive into tea examination proper, it needs to be said that my crush on Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is escalating to a level that may be construed as unseemly.

As for the tea, oh blessums, this is nice. Just like Katarina (whom you may remember from the like 4 episodes of Doctor Who where she was a companion, three of which are missing) this blend is innocent and sweet, and full of kindness and love. The fragrance is redolent of falling leaves, sweet grass, and an abundance of perfectly ripe stone fruit. The peach and apricot lead the flavour, as lovely straight up as it is sweetened with sugar or honey. It tastes like sunshine on a gentle, warm springtime day, which seems somehow oddly fitting for a night when we’ve been told to expect snow. Living further north here in the UK than I was in my home and native land, I kind of understand the collective winter seasonal affective disorder that falls over a country where the sun comes up at like 9 and goes down by 4.

(And then in summer, the humidity renders my asthma and hayfever and eczema so bad that I’m just a sluggish misery guts all the time – there’s about 2 weeks of the year in Oxford where I’m actually at my best!)

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