The aroma is exactly like fruit salad sweets, mouth-watering and instantly nostalgic. Once brewed, these aromas became stronger and insight a reminiscent happiness. In comparison, the flavour is weak, with only a mild hints of rhubarb, a general fruitiness and a quick sourness. My excitement quickly turned to disappointment, after realising there was no umph to back up the delicious fruity, creamy smell. Although… this blend totally redeems itself once cold brewed! It still isn’t mega punchy, but the fruit flavours are stronger, vanilla is detectable and it’s extremely refreshing in the heat, making it much more enjoyable!

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Flavors: Fruity, Rhubarb, Vanilla

200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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Tea Blogger. Exploring tea. Love to help fellow tea lovers discover new flavours.

Tea in cupboard is all tea I’ve tried, not updated to what I actually have right now!

Love: Nearly all oolong, malty black tea, earl grey, most chai, mint leaves, jasmine pearls.
Meh: Green tea, puerh, matcha.

00-25 – Hated it. Would never buy.
25-50 – Disliked it, probably because I just don’t like that tea.
51-60 – Ok/neutral stance.
61-70 – Tasty. Wouldn’t buy
71-80 – Really enjoyed, could be improved.
81-90 – Really loved it, would consider repeat purchase.
91-100 – Fav. Will repeat purchase.

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