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    SerendipiTea Fellini’s Folly

    Country of Origin: not listedLeaf Appearance: small, reddish-brown, peppermint and fruit pieces sprinkled throughoutIngredients: Anise (Organic), Golden Raisin (Organic), Licorice Root (Organic), Orange Peel (Organic), Peppermint (Organic), Rooibos (Organic)Steep time: 5 minutesWater Temperature: 212 degreesPreparation Method: ceramic teacup and mesh infuserLiquor: deep reddish-brown SeredipitTea’s offerings are always unique and they often combine flavors that I never would have put together otherwise. Somehow it always seems to work. Raisins, peppermint, anise, and rooibos? This blend is definitely one of those. It was herbaceous, sweet, earthy and spicy all at the same time. The peppermint provided a cooling aftertaste that was very refreshing. Even with a stuffy nose, I was able to taste all of the…

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    SeredipiTea Water Sprite

    Country of Origin: China Leaf Appearance: small, dark and twisted Ingredients: oolong Steep time: 30 seconds Water Temperature: 200 degrees Preparation Method: porcelain gaiwan Liquor: amber I have to admit that I wanted to try this tea mostly because of the name. Now that I think about it, tea leaves dancing in the water are a bit spritely. It was probably one of the highest oxidized Chinese oolongs that I’ve had in a long time. The taste was earthy with notes of caramel and hints of smoke. A faintly floral sweetness lingered long after each sip. I was a bit tea logged after three consecutive infusions but there was definitely a few more…

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    SerendipiTea Fiji

    Country of Origin: China Leaf Appearance: deep green with petals and fruit pieces Ingredients: Green Tea (Organic), Cornflower, Papaya, Papaya Flavor (Artificial), Pineapple, Pineapple Flavor (Natural & Artificial) Steep time: 3 minutes Water Temperature: 190 degrees Preparation Method: ceramic teacup and mesh infuser Liquor: gold I first tried this tea several years ago and it has always stuck out in mind as truly exceptional. The dry leaves were incredibly aromatic. Their sweet, fruity aroma became even more pronounced once the water was added. I had several family members over while steeping this and everyone commented about how great it smelled. The taste wasn’t quite as intense but I still found it to be wonderfully tropical.…