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Tea Sparrow Tea Review

Since I love tea and I received samples in the mail from a friend I am going to do a review on these particular brands of tea that "Tea Sparrow" sells and they are all absolutely amazing!
Tea sparrow is a very unique idea, you suscribe monthly and each month they send you a box full of different teas.

Here is a blurb from their website of how it is works:
"With your Tea Sparrow subscription, you'll receive a mix of our 4 favourite premium loose leaf teas. Each month you can look forward to receiving a total of 4 oz of tea, 1 oz of each blend. Every tea box includes a selection of both herbal and caffeinated blends to enjoy."

This a cup of brewed "Lychee Rose" chinese black tea with rose petals and natural flavours.

All of the flavours I received were unqiquely different, but equally aromatic and delicious. Here is a list of the teas I recieved.
  • Red Rocks: Is a blend of Rooibos (also known as red bush), almond bits, and vanilla. This one has to be one of my favourites. I grew up drinking Rooibos because of my South African heritage and I love the blend of vanilla and chopped almonds which blends perfectly with the naturally sweet and earthy scent of Rooibos! Great on it's own or with milk and honey. Order at:
  • Lychee Rose: Sweet tea soft and floral with a hint or rose to create a refreshing brew and the sweetness of lychees! Can be served with with ice for a truly refreshing summer drink. Order at:
  • Organic Chai Rooibos: A blend of Rooibos and six other organic spices produces a slightly spicy yet calming caffine free tea. Order at:
  • Meditative Mind: Blend of pure Chinese white tea, rosebuds and jasmine pearls creates an experience of armotherapy that sharpens and awakens the senses. Order at:
  • Freedom Tea: The beautiful taste of lemon, Rooibos and the slightest hint of vanilla that is caffine free and high in antioxidants. Order at:

    Take a look at their website or the individual suppliers of each type of tea! They are truly beautiful and of the best quality.


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