Sir Rhuberry Oolongbottom

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Fruit Oolong Blend
Hibiscus, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Oolong, Rhubarb, Stevia Leaf, Strawberry Leaves
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Fair Trade, Organic
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This is when Strawberry, Rhubarb & Oolong have a sweet affair
Juicy and refreshing, this blend has just a hint of sweetness and is rounded out with bold red fruit flavors. You will long for Sir Rhuberry Oolongbottom.

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A share from VariaTEA from, well, ages ago…

I can taste the rhubarb in this blend, and a bit of strawberry – it’s nice. I imagine it would have been A LOT nicer when it was fresh; as it stands the tea is pretty old and so there’s a lot of general flatness to the flavour. I could probably perk it up a bit with some agave, though. Also; this really makes me want to go make more of my own tea blends on Blendbee – I had such a fun time doing it last year and the bulk of them did turn out REALLY well…

Cameron B.

Love the name! XD


This came to me via the Sororitea Sisters and the name entertained me too…the tea, not so much

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Have you ever met a person with whom you clicked swiftly and intimately? Where you had a conversation and then realized “WE ARE BEST FRIENDS NOW.” You spend a lot of time with them — so much time that, if it weren’t your NEW BESTIE, you’d get sick of them. But you know that they love you too.

This is my relationship with oolong tea right now. Black tea is my time-honored long-term life partner, but oolong is a fresh buddy who wants to go art supply shopping with me.

This oolong is no exception. The dry blend smells like berries, but when it starts to steep, you pick up that rhubarb bite. Ah! Strawberry rhubarb pie! With caffeine! Just what I needed! HOW DID THEY KNOW?

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Ah yes, art supply shopping. The second fastest way for me to burn through $100 (right after tea shops). Go in to buy a pencil and come out with three new calligraphy pens, a box of pastels, and set of oil paints.

Super Starling!

I always come out with at least one fine tipped bamboo brush. I think I must own at least ten by now. Oh and scrapbooking paper. (I don’t scrapbook. That’s the issue. Why do I collect all this damn paper?)

Evol Ving Ness

Yes, oh yes! And a multitude of felt tip pens and various types of paper and sketchbooks and acrylic paints and brushes and charcoal and conte and drawing pencils and sharpeners and colouring books and whatever else catches my eye. Yeah, here’s a woman with full self-control with all the things.

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