Magic T Blends Persian Garden

Nature in a pot

Magic T Blends Team

Caffeine free Persian Blend of aromatic blossoms and fruits.

Persian Garden Tisane looking gorgeous on this Staffordshire ‘Ellesmere’ Saucer

A delicate blend of apple, quince, orange blossom, rose petals and cardamom come together to create a wonderfully light, but exotic caffeine free tisane. I enjoyed this on a gloomy winters day and found it quite uplifting. Being a natural blend it is perfect for any time of the day and one that even with a dash of honey added would be exceptionally palatable.

Persian Blend

To brew in a teapot pour freshly boiled water brought down to 90deg Celsius over 1 heaped teaspoon of the Daily Energizer blend per cup. Let steep for 5-8 minutes.

To brew using a reusable teabag or infuser, pour freshly boiled water brought down to 90deg Celsius over 1 heaped teaspoon of the Persian Garden blend and steep for 3-5 minutes.

I steeped my first cup of tea for around 3 minutes, next cup was around 4 minutes which I found a little more full bodied. The aroma of the cardamom came through and whisked me off to far away lands.

My cup of Persian Garden ♥

My last blog post was about the amazing Daily Energizer Blend – definitely another delicious loose leaf tisane to try from Magic T.

The team from Magic T Blends are on Facebook, Instagram and of course at their website MagicT. Pop in and see them if you are in the neighbourhood of New Plymouth, New Zealand or drop into their social media sites and place an order – you won’t regret it.

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