Mireasmă (Fragrance)

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Basil, Cloves, Lemon Oil, Lemon Peel, Lime, Natural Flavours, Rooibos Leaves
Flavors
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Is there anything better than a box of tea treats waiting for you at the end of a long day? Even better when they’re from a tea friend; thank you, Martin! This was the first packet I broke into....” Read full tasting note
  • “Although my tea bag wrappers collection is rather on hold and I drink way more loose-leaf tea instead of tea bags; the collector inside me always wakes up when I am going through tea counters in...” Read full tasting note
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From Fares 1929

Indulging tea, with an aromatic taste, to be drunk at leisure. The fragrant Romanian basil intertwines with the exotic and fresh lemon.

Basil 40%, natural flavors, lemon peels 20%, rooibos leaves, lemon essential oil 4%, lime peels, cloves.

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2881 tasting notes

Is there anything better than a box of tea treats waiting for you at the end of a long day? Even better when they’re from a tea friend; thank you, Martin!

This was the first packet I broke into. The basil/lime combination is sweet and refreshing, and the combination of citrus peels and flavoring pumps up the flavor without a bit of painful tartness. The total combination smells like the tomato plants in our little container garden after a good rainfall! Fragrance is a fitting name.

I’ve got a second steep recycling in the fridge overnight. Garnished with a little fresh basil pinched from our plants, this should be equally refreshing on ice.

ashmanra

How nice!

Martin Bednář

Yay! Happy that you liked it. It’s one of the strangest flavour mixes I ever had, but I really like it!

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1819 tasting notes

Although my tea bag wrappers collection is rather on hold and I drink way more loose-leaf tea instead of tea bags; the collector inside me always wakes up when I am going through tea counters in the shops. No exception, and even stronger urge to buy something; when I am abroad. Yes, I have bought 3 boxes of tea while I was in Romania at the turn of the year.

I bought them just because tea bags. They were quite expensive, in comparison to other teas there; like 3 times more, but they were labeled as “NEW” and I told to myself why shouldn’t I?

When I returned back to train, I was checking the flavours. All are herbals or with rooibos.
This one I have opened first and when you know no Romanian, you have to hope that translator services do they work well.

But why to call tea “A Fragance”? What is it with? Basil + Lime? Like what? The box is so aromatic after citrus fruits.

When brewed, well, it is like that. It is quite earthy indeed, but citrus notes are making it light again. Some tea bags were realy juicy and lovely. Some were more earthy. You can steep this tea anywhere between 3-10 minutes.
Sadly, I do not notice any cloves nor rooibos (which can be considered as a pro in pros and cons list). I still have some and I may add some to the TTB if interested.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
gmathis

Ooh…basil and lime…I’m making a note to try that this summer with homegrown sweet basil! We’re about three weeks away from safely planting anything in our container garden.

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