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Guayusa Oolong Tea
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Floral, Mango, Peach, Sweet
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A lush, deeply nourishing, clarifying blend teeming with ripe peach, mango & the floral notes of the world’s finest oolong. This blend helps our bodies hydrate and cleanse.

When I worked on this blend, I wanted the tea to taste like long sensual summer afternoons…ripe, late summer fruits embody a sultry and sensual vibration. South American Guayusa brightens moods, enhances intuitive dream & helps the body rid itself of sluggish energy.

Blended with the Goddess of Mercy Oolong, a fresh harvest (and the best yet) of our Ti Quan Yin, this blend combines lucidity and compassion, vision and protection along with the health benefits of Oolong & Guayusa.

Peridot is a powerful healing stone, acting as a tonic to strengthen and regenerate your body and mind. This shimmering green Guayusa Oolong Mango-Peach Tea is for radiance, metabolism, energy and joy like Peridot, allowing you to shine so bright that nothing dampens your light.

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1705 tasting notes

Got a sample, and I’m pretty pleased with it. I thought the Mango was a little bit more muted than I like compared to the peach, but the profile was balanced well with the Gayusa. I liked the Renewal a little bit more because of its rose, but this one can grow on me. I’ve mugged it western, and it’s super refreshing. I’ll finish it easy for sure even though I’m not ready to rate it. I think I like Momo a little bit more too in terms of price.

I’ll likely change my mind again. The leaves probably need more room to breath.

Flavors: Floral, Mango, Peach, Sweet

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Okay, I think this is my favourite tea from Magic Hour so far!

The dry leaf aroma is really fresh, juicy and ripe smelling. It took me a moment to figure out what it reminded me of, but eventually I landed on feeling it it was a bit of Camellia Sinensis’ oolong blend Madame la Marquise (which is apricot flavoured) and DT’s White Nectarine. Maybe a smidge more tropical from the mango…

Steeped, the tea does have a lighter body than I thought it would but the flavour certainly wasn’t lacking. It’s hard to detach the notes of peach and mango from one another because they just create such an impactful sweet, lush flavour. One one hand there are certainly floral undertones that are boosted in presence by the oolong tea base itself, but the tropical stonefruit notes are also kind of effervescent and candy like. Aside from the fact the body is so light and this isn’t a super syrupy and sweet blend, I felt like this tasted like what I’d picture a mango or peach flavoured Crush soda would be like…

It was really good, and I couldn’t help but feel like the name Peridot was super out of place as I drank it. I mean, the whole tea just embodies the flavour of a soft, warm and kind of glowy orange. Sunset orange, if you will. If it should be named after any gemstone I would think it would be a carnelian. I’ve kind of avoided all the bullshit astrological stuff associated with a lot of these teas, but maybe in this case I’ll have to look up what the thought process was because the green gemstone is really throwing me off with how this blend tasted.

(…and with that, I am CAUGHT UP on tasting notes from the database crash!)

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