Disclaimer: I usually hate all fruit teas. Had to be said.
I received a sample of it (loose tea) in the T2 2020 Advent calendar. What a horrible year it’s been – girl has got to treat herself, right?
For a fruit tea, it’s actually not too shabby at all! Not sweet, quite sour and refreshing. Would probably taste even better in the summer served cold.
It’s definitely drinkable, one of the best fruit teas I’ve tried so far.
Overall – won’t be buying again, I can definitely live without it, but it’s pretty good and worth a try. If you like refreshing fruit teas – you might love it!

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 5 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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Hi there, I’m Anna! I’m a lawyer currently living in Cambridge, UK. Tea is my biggest hobby and the only thing I consume without fail every day. Probably between 6 and 12 cups/mugs/buckets of tea a day.

I prefer my tea smoking hot and without milk or sugar.
Actually, I take it back, the best ‘cheer me up’ beverage is black tea with honey and lemon. Handed to you by someone you love and who says everything will be fine.

Favorite Purveyors:
Paper & Tea

Teas I love and could die for: Moroccan mint, Genmaicha, Green jasmine, White tea, Earl grey, Darjeeling, Mate and Macha

Teas I hate with a passion: fruit teas, rooibos, chai, roasted mate

My guilty pleasure is having high tea experiences in posh places around Cambridge. It’s so worth it.

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