Dublin's Clover

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Ingredients
Cornflower Petals, Green Tea, Natural Flavours
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Sipdown (229…apparently I had more teas than I thought) After I pulled this out, I realized it would have probably been better to save this for St. Patrick’s Day so I could have a festive 365 days...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Smells a lot like Earl Grey. I do not usually like Earl Grey teas, so this should be interesting…but it has cute clover shaped sprinkles. It is surprisingly good. I could imagine that it would...” Read full tasting note
  • “No milk in the apartment means having something else other than coffee or a flavoured black tea for breakfast. Let’s try this, shall we. First off, there is a freaking snow blizzard going on right...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I need all of this tea. ALL OF IT. You misunderstand me. I am not asking for a large quantity of this tea, but all of this tea that is currently in the building. All of it. It’s a smoky bergamotty...” Read full tasting note
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From TeaTaxi

This delicious tea, tinted with chocolate and bergamot, will give you pins and needles in your legs for sure. Ready for a dance?

Provenance : Sri Lanka

INGREDIENTS :
Natural flavors, cornflower, green tea, candy (sugar, cornstarch, palm oil, confectioner glaze, modified cornstarch, soy lecithin, xanthan gum, polysorbate )

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Sipdown (229…apparently I had more teas than I thought)

After I pulled this out, I realized it would have probably been better to save this for St. Patrick’s Day so I could have a festive 365 days of tea picture. However, this blend is one of the older ones in my cupboard and I decided the sipdown outweighed the festive photo.

This is actually a pretty tea. Rolled gunpowder leaves with clover sprinkles and blue mallow petals. You can check out the photo here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B4nV5WBh1XH/

I was surprised that this is actually an EG but it definitely has a bergamot flavor. However, I actually don’t mind it here. It seems to pair nicely with the smokiness of the gunpowder and the sweetness from the sprinkles. It also is a fairly mild earl grey which could be due to age or intentional. Either way, it is more to my tastes than a sharper EG and I am actually quite enjoying this mug.

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Smells a lot like Earl Grey. I do not usually like Earl Grey teas, so this should be interesting…but it has cute clover shaped sprinkles. It is surprisingly good. I could imagine that it would be tasty as a latte too.

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No milk in the apartment means having something else other than coffee or a flavoured black tea for breakfast. Let’s try this, shall we.

First off, there is a freaking snow blizzard going on right now. What what what? I swear my area just skipped over from summer to winter. Autumn maybe lasted like two weeks, if that. So my toes are freezing and I’m in need of a nice hot beverage.

Also, I woke up the other day with a stiff and sore neck meaning I haven’t been able to keep up with the gym/my activity goals according to my Polar Loop, so I’m feeling all the lazier being cooped up inside.

With that said, I’m enjoying this cup of tea before heading out to the mall to see who’s hiring. So sad. Desperate times call for desperate measures or something like that.

When I ripped open the packet, I was a little confused. What does this even smell like? Maybe my nose was fried from my perfume but I couldn’t recognize this as an EG. So yeah, this is an EG essentially. Totally forgot that’s what the game plan was. Not too many sprinkles which I’m actually happy about, so this isn’t too sweet. The base is smooth and buttery. Not too vegetal at all. And then there’s the bergamot. This is supposed to also have a chocolate flair but I have yet to taste an iota of that and I’m almost finished my cup. I would say it’s sooner vanilla than chocolate, kind of like an EGC. This is a nice green-based EG but I wouldn’t buy more. I wish they made this Irish Cream-flavoured instead, to be perfectly honest!

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I need all of this tea. ALL OF IT.

You misunderstand me. I am not asking for a large quantity of this tea, but all of this tea that is currently in the building. All of it.

It’s a smoky bergamotty Earl that stays away from sweet or tart. The Chinese green base is amazing, subtle and buttery. The candies are super-cute but will turn your infuser electric lime green (be warned).

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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