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DO NOT HAVE THIS TEA OUT IN YOUR CAR as it looks like marijuana.
I got to enjoy this tea with a friend when we took a trip to Niagara Falls and we laughed when we opened this because it does not look like tea… this osmanthus blossom oolong is quite nice but it does loose some points because it brewed a bit dry and wasn’t as strong as I desired even doubling the normal amount.
Warm and comforting. The vanilla and citrus flavors are subtle but rich, complimenting the oolong magnificently. A bit unforgiving with regards to water temperature being too hot.
Flavors: Brown Sugar, Lemon, Orange Blossom, Vanilla
This is a gimme from a work buddy; she’s had it around for quite a while, so it may be a nootch past its prime, but it was a thoughtful treat all the same. I’m so-so with chai; sometimes the spice blenders get too cardamommy and it starts tasting medicinal. This one isn’t bad, and the lightness of the white tea makes milk unnecessary. Just enjoying it with a little honey, two black cats, and The Time Machine—appropriate for Post #2001—A Tea Odyssey.
(You didn’t tell me Sebastian Cabot was in it! I could listen to Sebastian Cabot read the phone book and melt into butter!)
I classified this one as “unknown” the other day because I hadn’t yet verified the vendor—but this is it.
This is a satiny white tea you can taste. The blenders are pleasantly light-handed on the chai spices, which give it a great October-evening personality, but don’t overwhelm the light tea.
For my Steepie buddies that love subtlety in their cups, this would be a great fit.
Another unmarked baggie, but we’ll presume it was this one; same work friend has shared some other Remedy Teas with me.
A tea fail morning. Couldn’t get the eyes open, family talking to and over me while getting ready, so I let this go so long that not even a sploosh of half-and-half could counteract the bitterness. User error, not tea quality.
There is some good berry potential in here; it’ll just have to wait for a morning when better attention can be paid.
The vendor description calls Harmony a potpourri, and that’s an apt description—it’s beautiful to look at. Like confetti. The flavor is a bit of a mishmash—since it was a pass-along, I didn’t have an ingredient list in front of me, so I had forgotten what to “think” for. Last night, I thought it tasted like hibiscus and mint, maybe a little cinnamon. But not unpleasant for an after-dinner cleanse-your-palate treat. (Or maybe tease-your-palate.)
Work friend shared a generous sample of this one. It is gorgeous. You could put it in a jar and stare at it all day, it’s so colorful and zazzy.
And for a white tea, it does a good job of making its presence known. First cup was at work, so heated unevenly and with a bit too much water, and I still got a nice fruity-pie kick. Sweet but not tart.
Next cup gets more attention, less water, and is expected to be great.