23 Tasting Notes
A local Canadian tea I picked up one day. I only picked up a sample pack, but I will definitely need to purchase more.
Very cranberry-ish, but with a hint of spice and earthiness. Very enjoyable.
Also, I like to support a company with such social and environmental equity standards.
I adore elderflower cordial, so when I came across this tea I simply had to buy it. An odd tea to be sure, its very sweet – but not in the sugary way. I don’t normally go for sweet teas but I found this one very pleasant to drink.
If you close your eyes and smell it while its steeping, it smells like a meadow of wildflowers in June on Prince Edward Island. In the long winter months, it was an invigorating aroma that brought a smile to my face.
Simply wonderful tea and it really does do what the name does. I drink it when I’m on my cycle but also when I’m having stomach cramps as it calms everything down. Its relaxing and smells wonderful.
I believe I had them add a bit of ginger into the mix when I bought it – an addition I highly recommend. It adds a bit of spice to challenge the overwhelming floral of it.
Went a bit out of my comfort zone on this tea. I adore Earl Grey, but I dislike “creamy” teas and I have a tenuous relationship with vanilla.
I brewed it and the smell of it made me want to gag. I just couldn’t do it. I’m sure its lovely for some, but for me whoa, awful.
FABULOUS. It is such a wonderfully relaxing tea, you can hardly believe its medicinal. The peppermint is a wonderful addition (and this is coming from someone who rather dislikes mint).
The only downside is that it is mildly caffeinated, so you cannot drink it before bed.