Sugar Pear Fairy

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Sugar Pear Fairy? Yes please. We all know pears are the new plum, anyway. With pears and traditional holiday spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, this caffeine-free blend is the coziest end-of-day treat. It’s basically perfect for staying nestled snug in your bed while Tchaikovsky plays softly in the background. And we promise, visions of sugar pears are sure to dance in your head after just one sip.

What makes it great

Already a fan of Sleigh Ride? This blend is a perfect alternative featuring milder spice and added sweetness.

Caffeine-free and ready to sip any time of day. Even kids can enjoy a mug while nestled snug in their beds.

Pairs extra nicely with The Nutcracker soundtrack.

Apple (apple, citric acid), Rosehip peel, Pear, Sweet blackberry leaf, Fennel, Natural (pear, fig) flavouring, Elderberry, Bean peel, Lemon balm, Raisin, Fig (figs, rice flour), Cinnamon, Rose petal, Nutmeg.

How it tastes
Sweet poached pears with a hint of holiday spice.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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New Tea!

So this tea actually launched at the same time as Silent Night but I wanted to revisit the tea before writing my tasting note, since it had been nearly half a year since I had last had a mug of it – shortly after we finished the development.

I was trying to think of the last time DT had a new pear tea and I feel like it may have been Pear Blossom years and years ago!? So, this one feels overdue. I’d describe the flavour as a combination of pears and figs – leaning heavier on the pear though. Definitely sweet, but not sugary – despite the name maybe potentially implying that. It gives me strong baked pear or poached pear vibes where there’s still juicy sweetness but some of that maillard reaction taste that’s just sort of pleasantly “brown”.

Actually, on the note of sweet… one of the things I think is coolest about this tea is that there’s actually no added sugars. That includes stevia. It’s a blend that I think would be understandable to assume would be filled with stevia or rock sugar or anything like that, but we really focused on finding ways to play up that delicious cozy pear flavour using only fruits and spices. Fennel for natural sweetness, and the compliment the other spices.

So yeah, spice! As much as I think this is a pear and fig tea it’s also lightly spiced with things like cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg – which play into the baked pear flavour but also lend a more wintery flavour since that trio of spices in particular is so prevalent around the holidays.

On paper, it maybe feels a bit like there’s a lot going on with this blend but I feel like it all clicks into place to create a herbal blend that feels seasonally on point but still refreshingly different from anything we’ve had in our herbal assortment in recent memory.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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