Pride and Prejudice

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Pride and Prejudice Loose Leaf Tea Blend
Citrus and Roasted Mate Herbal Tea

The perfect gift for any book lover!

1 × 50g tin of Pride and Prejudice Blend Tea in a foodsafe tin.

The herbal blend looks beautiful, but it’s got a thrilling bite to it. A sweet and fruity blend with a kick of tangy citrus and energizing roasted mate. A tea that will bewitch you, body and soul. Perfect for making iced tea.

Ingredients: Apple, rosehips, roasted mate, orange pieces, hibiscus, calendula petals, natural flavours.

Caffeine level: Low

What goes together better than a good book and a cup of tea? Nothing! Relax with your favourite story and a cup from First Edition Tea Co.’s Literary Tea Collection. 5 unique and delicious blends based on your favourite works of classic literature. From the page, to your cup!

First Edition Tea Co. is a proudly Canadian producer of unique luxury tea blends. All tea is hand blended in small batches in Toronto, Canada from high quality ingredients.

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I am picky on herbal teas. This, to me, is not a good one. That’s a shame as I love the company idea. I am curious on their Sherlock Holmes and Jane Eyre.

Apple is listed as the first ingredient. Apples are pretty items in these blends but they carry little flavor in themselves unless something is added. I do get the slight sourness of the orange. Hibiscus has been a hit and miss with me but they keep it softer in this blend thankfully. I cannot really taste “tea” in this blend — it is a very mild flavored water type with the citrus coming off stronger as it cools down. When it is at its hottest, it reminds me a little of a pencil/chapstick.

Flavors: Sour

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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6444 tasting notes

This is more fruit/flowers than mate but alas the fruit/flowers is hibiscus and orange. It was better than expected but still not my favorite. Check out my full review here:

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