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From Trader Nicks Tea Company

Comforting herbal and white tea blend with low caffeine. Creamy lavender taste reminiscent of a lavender crepe.

Tasting Notes: pineapple | lavender | apple

This herbaceous white tea blend is inspired by Duchess and her little kittens and is sure to be the cat’s meow, or as the kittens would say, the creme de la creme a la Edgar! This mix is pure posh, just like Duchess herself. Delicate white tea as a base, with aromatic chamomile, luscious lavender, sweet apple, and a hint of pineapple.

We are sure this tea will satisfy anyone who can appreciate the fine things in life! Be sure to make a cup of this tea before practicing your scales and arpeggios. Makes a comforting hot tea with very light caffeine, or as a refreshing iced tea.

Ingredients: white tea, apple, pineapple, red peppercorns, flavor, fennel, melissa leaves, rooibos, Greek mtn. tea, chamomile, lemon verbena, apple, lavender

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Decided to make this into a very large Western style pot of tea to drink all throughout the afternoon at work on Tuesday! I was scared I might be committing to a large amount of essentially “perfume” tasting tea. Lavender is a STRONG flavour and a little goes a long way; if a company swings big with its inclusion in a blend it’s easy for that to quickly go off the rails and become a miss. I thought this was pretty good though! I ended up steeping this for longer than anticipated and it still didn’t get into that more chemical or aggresively floral/bitter territory. It was still strong, though! However I definitely feel that could be comfortably dialed back for someone less comfortable with lavender by decreasing the amount of tea leaf or steep time.

The white tea isn’t a super apparent taste, but I did feel like it added a nice body and some softer notes of honeysuckle and creamy cucumber pulp that were a bit more perceptible when the tea was still really hot. I didn’t find the blend especially creamy, which was disappointing because I was hoping (given the movie inspo) they would lean more into the “Creme de la Creme a la Edgar” vibe with the flavour. I also could faintly taste the chamomile and I thought it was unnecessary in the blend.

Overall, it was a fine tea but didn’t have anything to it to really make it feel more special than many of the other lavender white teas out there on the market.

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