I had this tea for the first time at the Tea Centre the other day.

The flavours and ingredients sounded like something that really appealed to me, but the end product wasn’t what I had anticipated. It wasn’t bad at all, it just wasn’t what I expected.

I wanted something bold and fragrant – instead I tasted something smooth and mellow. The tea was coppery and none of the flavours were overpowering – but I think the rose got lost a little bit. This blend did have some depth to it, which I was happy to see but it was much softer than I expected.

I probably ordered the wrong blend to drink that day – but there’s nothing wrong with it. Now that I know what to expect, I’d like to try it again!

Flavors: Apricot, Honey

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

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