|"Regardless of the mystery apricot flavor, this tea was still very delicious. It brought to mind a beautiful spring day while sitting outside, eating some delicate pastries and basking in the sun."|
The Tea Guys' website lists the flavors as follows:
organic Darjeeling, organic osmanthus, and mango. Hmm... where is the apricot? Furthermore, why then is this called apricot? The Ã¢â‚¬Å“teaseÃ¢â‚¬Â package I was sent does include natural flavors, oolong tea, and jasmine petals as part of the ingredients. I suppose this is where the apricot comes into play.
Regardless of the mystery apricot flavor, this tea was still very delicious. It brought to mind a beautiful spring day while sitting outside, eating some delicate pastries and basking in the sun. I wonder if teas can be gender-related. If so, this one was definitely feminine. Easy to drink and easy to enjoy, Afternoon Apricot was the ultimate in refinement.
The black tea was smooth and welcoming. Once again, I believe the smooth quality belongs to the oolong. There is just nothing better than any kind of peach-related flavor with oolong tea. It is a natural combination. Prior to this tea, I have not been a big fan of mango. This time I must make a stipulation because with the addition of the other ingredients, it works for me. I like the combination of black tea, jasmine, and fruitiness.
Tea Guys have created a delicious and soft tea that can be enjoyed any time of the day.
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