Rhubarb & Custard

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Rooibos Tea
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From Arthur Dove Tea Co.

Childhood nostalgia in a cup. Enjoy a summer stroll along the promenade with this retro candyshoppers delight packed with tangy rhubarb and sweet, natural stevia.

Rooibos, Freeze-dried Rhubarb, Stevia, Sunflower Petals, Rhubarb Pieces, Flavouring.

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Bird and Blend’s Rhubarb & Custard is probably my favourite tea from them of all time and also just one of my favourite rooibos blends of all time in general, so I was on pins and needles waiting to see how I would feel about this option in relation…

To be honest, they are very similar in taste but I think that this one is a bit more rhubarb and less creamy custard than Bird & Blend’s take. That said, it’s hard to say without doing a side by side and you also have to factor in variation from the ingredients used in the scoop of tea as well as preparation. So, really, I think they could probably be passably the same tea. That’s exciting for me, because it means a second source to buy this wickedly delicious profile from!

I need to price compare to see which would be more cost effective, but there’s also the fact that Arthur is just a super awesome guy and on several levels (even if it winds up being more expensive) I would likely just prefer to shop small.

tea-sipper

I still see Bird and Blend as a small company, but I guess they aren’t anymore!

Courtney

I was thinking along similar lines tea-sipper!

Roswell Strange

It’s all a matter of perspective, I suppose. In the grand scheme of things, I do think they’re pretty small/independent, but compared to a company that’s literally only run by a single person… Definitely bigger. Maybe a “medium” company at this point?

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