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I’m quite partial to a bit of rose tea every now and then, but it’s not often that I go for a rose blend before bed. I usually go for mint or rooibos. I found this to be a lovely change though. It’s gentle, without letting the rose be overpowering and it look incredibly beautiful! Here’s another picture, because just look at it.
For my full Teagime review: http://tastethetea.co.uk/2016/05/14/teagime-the-diary-of-a-teatox/
Flavors: Floral, Rose
This was by far my favourite tea in the pack for multiple reasons. Firstly, Oolong is my favourite kind of tea due to its broad variety and complex flavours across a whole range of spectrums. Secondly, I love ginger. Anything ginger. I felt this tea served to refresh my mind and awaken my senses. It was really great the morning after some cocktails and actually, has been great every morning this week. I’m usually up by 6/6.30AM for work so it’s nice to have a light stimulating tea rather than a heavy black tea. The ginger could probably be a little stronger for my preferences, but it’s still very noticeable.
For full Teagime subscription review: http://tastethetea.co.uk/2016/05/14/teagime-the-diary-of-a-teatox/
Flavors: Floral, Ginger, Grass, Spicy
This was my least favourite in the Teagime pack. If I’m being honest, I really didn’t like this the first time I tried this. It doesn’t really have any honey notes, I couldn’t taste the oolong and it tasted quite similar to chamomile, which I had stated I didn’t like on my questionnaire. After two days of struggling through drinking this and really not liking it, I decided to cold brew the tea instead. I found this drastically improved the tea and whilst I still didn’t massively like it and it left a powdery feel on my tongue from the pollen, I have managed to drink it more successfully and it felt much more refreshing and hydrating this way.
For my full review of Teagime: http://tastethetea.co.uk/2016/05/14/teagime-the-diary-of-a-teatox/
Flavors: Floral, Grass, Straw