Nordic Forest

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This tea is really cool! It’s really like you are sipping all the scents in the forest! It’s a little bit of pine, maybe some spruce… cedar? I have no clue, but it’s really great! The scent is very light and deceiving when it comes to the flavor that comes through when I taste it. It’s strong, but smooth and vibrant. The finish is slightly sweet. It’s also a really magical looking tea, meaning that it’s made up of little bits of green plants that all have different shapes and textures. It’s pretty to look at! I can totally imagine while sipping this tea walking through a forest and nibbling on little bits of the various greenery I come across. I’m really taken by this tea!

Thanks so much to AmandaStory for the sample of this!

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Well…this tea is perfect.
It’s an herbal blend consisting of tamarack, cedar, balsam fir, and labrador tea. It truly tastes like a Nordic forest. Earthy, green, and absolutely stunning. I was surprised by how sweet it both smells and tastes.
This is the cedar/fir tea that I’ve been searching for. I can’t believe how perfect both this and the Vanilla Saffron are.

Martin Bednář

When I was going through their webiste, this was a tea I would get myself! It’s a bit crazy in ingredients, but I am sure it is awesome.

AJRimmer

I’m going to have to order some of this one too! Their teas seem so interesting!

White Antlers

Sounds interesting! One of my favorite herbals is Juniper Ridge’s Douglas Fir Spring tip Botanical Tea. The fir tips have an almost citrusy taste and the tea smells wonderful.

Lexie Aleah

Oooh Yum!

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