The thing with flavoured teas which have different bits and pieces inside, is that the taste of each brew sometimes depends on how many vanilla pieces/dried apricot/orange zest/flowers you scoop up in each spoonful.
Yesterday, I made a point of picking out some of the fruit bits when I made my pot of Stockholm and by god, was it amazing. Light and flavourful, true happiness with each sip. Would make an excellent iced tea or even a lovely tea popsicle in hot weather.
Today, I just scooped it up without looking and the tea seemed a tad heavy on the safflower and calendula, which I’m not a huge fan of.
Overall, it’s still gorgeous and I can see why this is one of the Tea Centre’s most popular blends.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 15 OZ / 450 ML

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Australian tea drinker from Sydney.

I enjoy all kinds of tea except rooibos. Black and roasted oolongs are my true lovers while green tea makes me a little dizzy. Pu-erh I have yet to explore, despite being gifted several cakes. On the look-out for a great herbal tea and also getting the matcha madness.

Have yet to add everything to my Steepster cupboard, but would be interested in an Australian tea swap in the future!

The variety here is not as extensive as other places due to import regulations and the cost of shipping but I own and like stuff from Harney & Sons, Lupicia, T2, Teavivre, Butiki, Mariage Freres, Verdant, Yunnan Sourcing and Whispering Pines Tea Company.


Sydney, Australia

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