One of the oldest samples in my cupboard (if not the oldest?), so it’s probably good to be finishing it off. I’m so sorry but I can’t remember who gave it to me! It was so long ago, and I didn’t mark it when I got it because I was really new to swapping.
Really there are two reasons I waited so long to have this one though; I basically have no information about it at all (the packaging is super nondescript; just the tea name, company and that it comes from Nova Scotia) and it’s not a resealable package. For those reasons I kinda just went “Fuck it” and cold brewed the whole thing.
It actually turned out better and tastier than I was expecting though! It was sweet and have very fruity notes that I’d maybe call strawberry or, like, candy Grape flavour? You know, big fake purple grapes. That sort of grape. And then, there was the sweet vanilla note dancing around in the background and lingering in the aftertaste. That, with the strawberry, definitely made me think a bit of grenadine. So it was good!
I should really look up Lady Londonderry blends because it looks like that’s a thing given how many there were on Steepster (just not this one, which I had to add). Maybe this is something I’ll want to try more of if they all follow the same kind of flavours…
Flavors: Floral, Grapes, Grenadine, Strawberry, Vanilla