Leaf Type: Black
Where to Buy: The Orange Moon Tea Society
Butterfly Circus Tea is a very aromatic floral blend of Gulabi tea, rose buds, jasmine blossoms, dried lemon, sarsaparilla, and rose & jasmine extract. Our medium size tin of Butterfly Circus loose tea provides about 8-10 cups or 2-3 teapots worth of brewed tea depending on your preferred tea strength. The tin is also reusable after the tea is gone!
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Butterfly Circus Tea from The Orange Moon Tea Society can be described in one word-gorgeous. Simply gorgeous from the first sight to the last sip. With the large floral components to a lush smooth Gulabi tea, Butterfly Circus Tea is one tea that doesn’t disappoint! The packaging alone is simply stunning!
Based off a series of tea tales, The Orange Moon Tea Society has created a line of teas that are as beautiful as the tins/packaging that they are in. Take a second to check out their Etsy site, you’ll see what I mean.
First sip in you are greeted with a smooth lush silky black tea flavor with sweet notes of floral and a slight citrus undertone. The jasmine is noticeable in just about every note but what really steals the show is the Gulabi tea base. Light yet demanding attention in every taste. So incredibly smooth with just a tinge of astringency, even after the liquor cools. What more could one really ask for?
Seems like this tea is as romantic and gentle as it is vibrant and strong. Very well done and one that should be shared with many! This would be a perfect tea to share while reading a good book or enjoying your favorite TV show. So if you are in the market for a soul soothing cozy blend that you can snuggle up to, I highly recommend this one! You won’t be disappointed!
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