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Bonneton Brew
Bonneton Brew
 
by Alyse Towns...
earl grey moonlight, cream, vanilla oolong
Luscious Rose Heart Explosion
Luscious Rose Heart Explosion
 
by Rachel B
summer rose, rooibos lemon cloud, rooibos jasmine
Gramma's Apple Pie
Gramma's Apple Pie
Score: 90
by Sophia Raft...
cinnamon, cream, candy apple

Signature Blends

Robin
Robin
 
by Grace
chocolate chip, vanilla, cream
Rose
Rose
 
by Grace
summer rose, white eternal spring, white strawberry
Ginger
Ginger
 
by Grace
forest berries, ginger, peach

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Latest Reviews

May 20th '18
The tea has an interesting nutty taste when boiled properly, which made for a very interesting green tea. You don't want to under steep this tea, nor do you want the water to be too hot, because you won't get a strong flavor if you do. (3 mins @ 180°F)
May 20th '18
A very mellow green tea, the Jasmine gives it a soft, fragrant taste, and it smells like flowers fittingly enough. A spoonful and a half of sugar really complete this tea, bringing out more sweetness. This is definitely a green tea I want to get again.
Mar 14th '18
When steeped for 3 minutes, I got a buttery texture and smoothness, but there wasn’t a buttery taste per say, so if you expected a buttery taste, you won’t find it here. There is a milky sweetness with one spoonful of sugar, but with a second, it overwhelms the flavor, at least for me. I kinda wanna try it with actual milk at one point to see what may change. Definitely don’t steep this for longer than 4 minutes, when I steeped it for about 7 on accident, there was a bread like taste, or even a yeast-y one. Not bad but it definitely isn’t what the tea is intended to taste like. Update: Much better with milk. I steeped it for 3 minutes and added a little milk to it and it improved the flavor greatly. I could even taste a little butter.
Mar 7th '18
The first time I steeped this tea was at 5 minutes, the watermelon was very mild and it smelled a lot more like watermelon than it tasted. Instead it tasted more like cranberry and hibiscus. I tried it next time for over 10 minutes and with sugar, the watermelon was far more discernible, but it doesn’t really feel like a watermelon tea. It's more like a mixed berry tea. I wouldn’t recommend it if you want a tea with a strong watermelon taste as even if you steep for a while, it’ll be pretty mild, but if you want a cranberry and hibiscus tea with a mild watermelon taste, go for it! (10 mins @ 212°F)
Mar 7th '18
Surprisingly less spicy than I imagined it to be. The cinnamon comes through fairly well and its pretty smooth, but the cinnamon feels muted somehow.
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