Tangerine

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  • “I had surprise mail from gmathis yesterday and it contained a generous sample of this tea! (Where do you get those pouches for the tea? Much nicer than what I use.) It was drizzly and completely...” Read full tasting note
  • “Well, either our garage sale was a bust (we MAY have cleared $15 after buying the price stickers) or a reasonable success (items not sold have either been delivered to Goodwill or are en route to...” Read full tasting note

From Basilur

A rich blend of black teas combined with natural exotic fruits & flavours to make a delicious, refreshing tea that is divine hot or iced! This is a connoisseur’s perfect cuppa that is deep and rich, yet aromatic and romantic.

100% Pure Ceylon black tea with tangerine peel, orange flower, lemon verbena and flavours tangerine, vanilla and cream.

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2553 tasting notes

I had surprise mail from gmathis yesterday and it contained a generous sample of this tea! (Where do you get those pouches for the tea? Much nicer than what I use.)

It was drizzly and completely overcast all morning and I got up rather early, so I decided not to wait but to have this for breakfast. I have read on aromatherapy sites that orange and citrus scents are the best for battling depression and lifting mood, and today’s weather is a real mood squasher – although the slight cooling is welcome.

Oh my goodness, the dry leaves smell amazing! This was definitely the right choice for today!

The steeped tea smells equally delicious and the taste is reminiscent of Nina’s Fete de Versailles. Bright citrus but not an astringent base tea, all made lightly creamy by a hint of vanilla. This goes on the “gotta find it” list.

Thank you, gmathis!

Kawaii433

That sounds wonderful! Going to add it to my “gotta find it” list now. hehe

gmathis

Those little foil pouches were gifted to me, so I don’t have a clue.

Tiffany :)

Hmm, now I too will put this on my “gotta find it” list. gmathis where does this tea come from?

gmathis

A little hard to find on shelves; husband ordered my stock from Amazon, or you might check the Basilur website.

Martin Bednář

Or ask me and I might get it and then I could resend it to the US :)

Not sure if price-worth, though. But I can get most of the Basilur teas :)

ashmanra

Thank you for the offer, Martin! I was able to find it online and plan to order some when (if) I accomplish a little more cupboard clearing. (She says with a Harney order due to arrive today and some Teavivre still in transit…)

gmathis

Belated sourcing note—I was incorrect. My tins came from a third party seller via walmart.com.

ashmanra

Gmathis – Good to know! We finished it yesterday for breakfast!

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2412 tasting notes

Well, either our garage sale was a bust (we MAY have cleared $15 after buying the price stickers) or a reasonable success (items not sold have either been delivered to Goodwill or are en route to the mission house at church)—but either way, I am beat.

Furthermore, this is the first day we’ve had actually summery weather (91 on my thermometer) with humidity in the mosquito-and-malaria range. (Don’t laugh, Rosehips—I know that’s not even close to your summer temps :)

Therefore, I don’t care what it is, it just needs to be COLD. However, this is a lovely afternoon treat from the fridge. Basilur threw in vanilla with this tangerine blend, so when it’s chilled, it tastes like a tangerine creamsicle. Delicious!

Martin Bednář

I used to drink lots of Basilur teas, but I can´t recall having this one :O

gmathis

We have a chain discount store called Tuesday Morning; it’s like a treasure hunt every time you go. You’ll never find the same stock two weeks in a row. We’ve been lucky to find a different kind of Basilur every visit.

ashmanra

I definitely need to head over to our Tuesday Morning then! I haven’t been in ages but I will go for tea!

Martin Bednář

I should move to US :D

gmathis

The Midwest would definitely be a change from your neck of the woods! I often refer to our little corner of Missouri as “the armpit of nowhere.”

Martin Bednář

Oh, I bet! I would like to see US at least once in my life. And I don´t mean tourist spots and traps.

derk

Martin, I’d give you a trap-free tour of northern California!

derk

gmathis, all your Basilur reviews have me wanting to go to Tuesday Morning for my next teabag run for the house.

gmathis

All this chit-chat prompted a stop yesterday. Alas, at the moment, none to be had at ours. Your results may vary, however!

Martin Bednář

derk: thank you for your offer. If it is going to happen, I will try to keep it in mind.

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