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Nov 13th 2014 | Public Msg
Caitlyn said:
Since we can't leave reviews for Fandom teas, I wanted to say how much fun it was trying all these teas. I wasn't in love with any of them, but me and my office mates had a blast trying them all. Here's my reviews of all of them: Fluttershy - Smelled like cotton candy, pleasantly fruity and mild. Rarity - A black tea that has a lot of character, and not overpowering. Applejack - woody, homey, and sweet. Pinkie Pie - Tastes like curry. Oddly tasty. Rainbow Dash - tastes like coffee Twilight Sparkle - Smells warm and homey. Tastes kind of like generic tea.
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Mar 1st 2015 | Public Msg
Derek said:
I love how there are no brewing instructions for these teas. I am scientific about it, water temperature, steep time, and water to leaf ratio all matter. Too hot or too long and you burn the leaves and it will taste bitter. That being said I have yet to try this tea.
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Mar 1st 2015 | Public Msg
Derek said:
I... uuhhh... sheepishly retract my earlier statement.... I found the steeping instructions... I feel like an ass now.
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Mar 20th 2015 | Public Msg
Nathan said:
I've ordered all of your MLP teas (they are actually why I joined the site). So far, I've only tried the Ditzy Doo one (I don't use the other name), but if it is any indication, the others will be AMAZING. :)
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May 9th 2016 | Public Msg
Lora said:
I wish I could still leave reviews. Blah. Anyway, Twilight Sparkle is actually my absolute favorite blend. It's the tea that got me into tea. It's so complex, but warm, if that makes sense. I always get a lovely hint of chocolate. Love it.

Latest Reviews

May 10th '13
It's hard to be anything but ambivalent about this tea. I had the highest of hopes--albeit slightly misguided, since I didn't bother reading other reviews and thought that the 'coco' in 'cocomint' stood for 'coconut.' The smell in the bag would lead one to believe that it's got a wealth of chocolatey-minty goodness just waiting to be tasted, but... Once in the mug, sweet lovers will be disappointed. The cocoa is left far, far behind in the greenyness, which itself is subtle at best. Just a touch of mint in there with it. If you prefer the natural flavor of green tea over added sweetening flavors, then this one may suit you. (Yep, a flavored tea for those who dislike flavored teas. Such a thing exists.) It's kind of refreshing, actually. Don't add milk, but if you're sore about the lack of cocoa-mintyness, then sugar it up and be content with that. This is a great spring tea otherwise, probably tastes super iced.
May 10th '13
This was not my cup of tea--pun intended. The smell in the bag is like DAMN SON DAMN sticking your nose into a heart-shaped box of chocolates. In the cup, this tea is really, really sweet. Like obscenely. No sugar needed, and it probably tastes like a desserty dream with any kind of milk. dairy, nondairy, whatever--just be careful of adding a flavored milk because with all the other action happening in the mug, your palate just might explode. This is a dessert tea to the core. The only reason you'd drink this is because you missed out on the actual heart-shaped box of chocolates for Valentine's Day and now you're making it up to yourself because you deserve it, dangit. If any tea will make you forget you're drinking hot, steeped leaf matter, it's this one. Very escapist. The artificial aftertaste really brings home the box of chocolates metaphor, as it gets you thinking of the Valentine's gifts you'd find at your local drugstore, wrapped in red or pink cellophane with a plastic rose glued on top. Sugar addicts will fall in love with this tea, but the rest of us may find better satisfaction with an actual box of chocolate.
May 10th '13
I ordered the toasted sesame flavored tea a while ago, and frankly, I should have ordered this one instead. It's got a barn smell in the bag that's sure to bring a smile to the lips of any equestrians, cowboys, or 4-H-ers. Once steeped, that aroma becomes this warm, enfolding embrace of nuttiness and savory--just like coming home. Now, as Cogsworth said, 'You can't fix it if it's not baroque.' There is nothing baroque about this tea, therefore there is nothing that needs to be fixed. I'd call it steampunk rather than baroque, since the brassiness and sesame-salt flavor evoke rust-worn metal, gears and goggles. A distinct copper tone. Or if steampunk isn't your thing, then this tea will seat you at a harvest feast in a modest abode, cozy with the sense of hearth and home.
Feb 9th '13
It's a pricey cup, but worth every penny. Silver needle is white royalty, and when prepared well, there ain't nothing like it. The flavor is much more delicate than pai mu tan, almost floral, with a vague sweetness that comes out when steeped long and slow in lower heat. For best results, just let it go in a pot of just-simmered water--the reduced temperature ensures that it won't oversteep if you happen to get lost in a good book while you're waiting.

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yunnan pu erh white
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yunnan pu erh white
Rating: 96
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matcha
Rating: 95
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Signature Blends

Rarity (MLP)
Rarity (MLP)
Score: 95
by Natasha N
earl grey bravo, peppermint, vanilla
Twilight Sparkle (MLP)
Twilight Sparkle (MLP)
Score: 92
by Natasha N
almond oolong, chocolate chai, cocomint green
Pinkie Pie (MLP)
Pinkie Pie (MLP)
Score: 94
by Natasha N
hibiscus, grapefruit oolong, rooibos vanilla chai
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