A Very Thirsty Caterpillar

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “The color of this tea is the darkest, most beautiful blue. The flavor is mostly butterfly pea flower and chamomile. The bitter/weird taste of the flower is pretty difficult to cover up, and this...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

We think caterpillars have the right approach to life… munching through a different tasty treat each day before transforming into a beautiful butterfly!? Join us on our magical journey through chamomile petals, pear & elderberries, before adding a squeeze of lemon to watch the colour transformation too!

Top Brewing Tip: Try this blend hot or cold but don’t forget to add a slice of lemon (or lemonade) to watch the magical colour change!

Ingredients
Pear pieces, rosehip, blue pea flowers, chamomile, orange peel, elderberries, freeze-dried apple, freeze-dried strawberry, natural flavouring.

1 heaped teaspoon per cup – 100° water – 4+ mins – no milk

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The color of this tea is the darkest, most beautiful blue. The flavor is mostly butterfly pea flower and chamomile. The bitter/weird taste of the flower is pretty difficult to cover up, and this blend definitely doesn’t have enough strong flavors to overpower it. This would probably be good if the fruit flavor were turned up a ton. As it is, I can’t really taste the fruit at all. In subsequent brews, the chamomile was the clearest flavor with the butterfly pea flower not tasting too bad, so maybe a shorter brew is key. But I never get any fruit from this blend.

gmathis

I am really liking Adagio’s Bella Luna with butterfly pea flowers, but haven’t noticed anything much other than the blueberry and lemon. Isn’t that blue color gorgeous, though?

AJRimmer

It really is! I definitely want to try that one next time it comes around!

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