Restful Night

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Vegan
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Dreams on the way. Smooth and fulfilling with a sleepy time vanilla warmth.

Next stop: La-la-land. Kiss your stressful days goodbye with the soothing, caffeine-free mélange of warming vanilla, sweet apple, mellow camomile, and herbaceous rooibos. Let this sleepy blend hug you like a warm duvet and remind you that sweet, sweet dreams are coming your way. Zzzzzzzzz.

Apple, Camomile, Strawberry leaves, Rooibos, Coconut, Valerian root, Natural flavors.

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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So this is the T Kettle “dupe” for DT’s Valerian Nights…

When I steeped this up my first sip really caught me off guard because the steeped tea is actually very fruity – both from the apple in the blend but greater than that. I swear it tasted like pineapple. Sweet, tropical pineapple flavouring style pineapple – like what you might find in a “Pina Colada” inspired tea blend. The result, because this tea DOES have a lot of coconut in it, was that it did indeed taste a bit like a Pina Colada. For that reason alone, it’s a terrible flavour match – Valerian Nights is a very sweet caramel/coconut kind of taste and not at all fruity.

…however, I do like pineapple a lot so this bright and sweet Pina Colada adjacent type of profile was actually pretty tasty to me.

Kittenna

I just had some Valerian Nights. Definitely not fruity, very coconut/caramel/chamomile. I don’t know that pineapple would work for me with this combo, but maybe I’d just had too many bad pina colada-esque blends that use hibiscus.

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