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Thanks to Adagio, I’ve got the inside track on the two loose leaf teas you have to have in your autumn rotation. And when have I ever steered you wrong? 🙂
The first is my current favorite loose leaf tea (I’ve probably said that before about another tea but look, I discover new teas all the time and my mind changes okay? Lol.) The Honeybush Blueberry Pancake tea (don’t say it 5 times fast) is THAT tea. The smell is incredible, like sticking your face into a plate of blueberry pancakes and syrup (which we’ve all done, right? RIGHT?)
But luckily, the taste is just as good. I’ve only ever tried this tea hot (I drink it before it even has a chance to cool), but I’m sure it would be amazing as an iced tea too.
The other tea I’m going to advise you to check out is actually one of my husband’s favorites, the Fiery Cinnamon Spice tea. He’s an odd bird in that he doesn’t like desserts or anything sweet, but he loves fruity teas or any tea with cinnamon. He said that this tea reminded him of eating hot cinnamon candy, which apparently is a good thing.
I’ve actually mixed the cinnamon spice leaves with two other teas to make little cinnamon autumn hybrids, and they’ve all turned out amazing, so even adding these leaves to another tea you have will kick it up a little. Or a lot. That’s between you and your tea and God.
Let me know if you try any of these amazing teas! I’m anxious to hear which one you prefer!