Blue Lady

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  • “Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge – June Theme: A June Wedding Tea #2   This one fits for NEW and also BLUE.   It’s from my newest order (the only order this year!)    Some of these teas, I just...” Read full tasting note
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This mystical tea pays homage to a famed lady who has been known to materialize in front of unsuspecting witnesses in a haze of brilliant blue. In our Blue Lady Black Tea, tropical and citrus flavors loom over a malty black tea, and don’t forget to look close- specks of blue materialize against the dark background, honoring their haunting namesake. This mysterious and delicious tea lends a hint of femininity enough to curl the corner of any lip into a sultry smile. Enjoy hot or iced.

South Indian Black Tea, All Natural Flavor, Hibiscus Flowers, Orange Peel Pieces, Cornflower Petals.

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Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge – June Theme: A June Wedding Tea #2

  This one fits for NEW and also BLUE.   It’s from my newest order (the only order this year!)    Some of these teas, I just wanted to try because they were $1.   I drank this yesterday.  The description says “tropical” and citrus flavors,  the dry leaf had a very strong grapefruit flavor, drowning out whatever “tropical” flavor notes… I could tell there was another layer to the flavor, but not specifically what it was. The description said the mug should have had “specks of blue”? Didn’t notice/wasn’t looking for them.   A tiny amount of hibiscus is there too, which is all well and fine, nothing overpowering.  The second steep might have been overdone, the flavor was a bit offputting…a bit more like a cleaner than the fresh grapefruit of the first steep.  Of course, I finished the cup anyway.
Steep #1 // 1 1/3 teaspoons for full mug // 20 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 min

Mastress Alita

I think all my “new” teas will end up being from 2019, as I’ve been drinking almost exclusively from the bazillion 2018 teas I have (my ordering was out of control during 2017 and 2018). Still 2-3 years old, but at least “feels” newer to me, hahaha.

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