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Custom Tea made by Roswell Strange, and her boyfriend.

A comforting blend of peach, cinnamon, savory thyme, and sweet hazelnut. Good for early mornings or midday caffeine refuels. A watchmaker should always make thyme for a good cuppa tea!

Ingredients: English Breakfast*, Nettle Leaf*, Thyme, Marshmallow Root*, Cinnamon*, Apricot*, Hazlenut & Peach* natural flavour extracts.

*Indicates an organic ingredient.

Named for Roswell Strange’s boyfriend, who is both a fan of breakfast teas and a watchmaker/repairman. He formulated the blend, with her guidance/help.

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This was shared with me by Roswell Strange whose ex-boyfriend customized it with her guidance. Is this the one that sort of took on a diaper-vibe to it? Is that why I forgot about it?All I know is something in the smell of the steeping tea didn’t sit well with me – either the thyme or the nettle.

Ultimately, this one is not for me. I am not a herbs in tea person and this has a lot of herbs. Herbs and hazelnut. Also, not a huge fan of breakfast teas in general. So I am drinking this and it’s fine but just not to my tastes. Still fun to try something made by a friends so thank you for sharing Roswell Strange!

Roswell Strange

Haha, this isn’t the one that was diaper-y – but I am sorry you didn’t enjoy it. It’s been a while since I last made it, because it’s still a bit weird for me to have a tea from my ex, but I remember still liking it a lot last time I had it. It’s got a TON of thyme though…

Martin Bednář

Diaper-vibe? What?

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So, I love this tea – don’t get me wrong. There’s something magical about the combo of herbaceous nettle and thyme, with a peachy sweet finish and nutty undertones. However, I was drinking this one yesterday with my breakfast and that breakfast happened to be an omelette with quite a large amount of rosemary in it. It was just too much herbs.

Herb overload.

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