(Not thrilled with that picture. My apologies, my loves!)
(This blend was given to me courtesy of Adagio Teas in exchange for an honest review.)
Fun fact of shame: I hate green tea. Hate it. Hate it. And I wish I didn’t because green tea has so many health benefits but for whatever reason, I can’t get into green tea.
And then I met this blend.
This blend is so light and calming. You really get the tang of the blueberry with every sip but it isn’t at all an overpowering flavor. I drank it hot but I might just have to ice it next time – I can absolutely see it being refreshing on a hot day (and this autumn has already been way too hot for my tastes).
I’m very guilty at taking a few sips of tea and then forgetting about it. This cup, I downed in a few minutes. It was just that good that I couldn’t let it sit for too long. I was really uncertain about trying this one. The flavors are not at all something I’d usually go for. In the end, this blend ended up being one of my favorites.
Take a risk with this one, my friends. Be warned, the site says that it does have a rather high caffeine content. Probably shoulda checked that before I made a cup at 9:30 at night with work the next day. Whoops. But let’s face it, this tea might make staying up until 4 am worth it.
You might also want to take a risk with the above book. I first read it a few years ago but I might have to reread it to write about it here. If you’re at all a fan of mythology, you’ll love this look into the relationship between Achilles and (one of my personal faves) Patroclus.
Have a great week, my loves. A book review and some more tea reviews are headed your way this week!