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Midsummer Night's Dream

Flavored Black Tea

With the succulent blend of black & green teas with tropical fruit, consider these flavors while viewing a spectacular sunset and you will truly have the taste, visual, and full body experience of a Midsummer's night... And yes, you may even dream about such luxury after the fact, which will be another cup of this excellent tea. Great hot, even better iced!

$3.00


About This Tea

Ingredients

Black Tea, Green Tea, Candied Pineapple, Candied Papaya, Sunflower Petals, Strawberry, Natural Flavors

Taste

Delicious tea with an amazing tropical taste

Infusion

Light Copper with hints of yellow

Caffeine Level

Medium-low

Brewing Guide

Make it iced! Our brewing guide shows you how.

Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

1 tsp

Time

4 mins

Customer Reviews

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D.
Misdsummer nights dream

I LOVE IT! At first I was hesitant about trying it so glad I did it’s one of my new favorites hot or cold!

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K.M.
Midsummer Nights Dream

Deeeeeeeeelicious! Opening the bag, you get the scent of happiness. Tastes like it smells. So good!

M
M.J.
Great tea!!

I tried this tea at The Whistling Kettle in Troy. I loved it so much that I bought some for myself as a Christmas present. It is so so good.

C
C.K.
Joy and my childhood summers in a cup <3

I love this tea so so so much. I had tried it previously years ago at a small tea shop I worked for, but they went out of business and I had never managed to find it again. I ordered a small amount from Whistling Kettle hoping against hope it was the same tea. It is!!! Love at first brew once again. I tend to be a tea purist of sorts, so I don't like when a tea is more fruit than tea, but I do love some fresh fruity flavor, and this tea fits that bill perfectly. It is a perfect blend of black and green tea with hints of sweet juicy summer fruits. Perfect with a small amount of crystal rock sugar. The one thing I would change is the brewing instructions. Having had this tea before, I had some experience brewing it. That being said, I followed the instructions WK had on the bag and as I suspected, it came out a little too bitter. I feel it's best brewed a little cooler (I have my zoji kettle set to 195 for this one) and I brew it for 4 minutes and it comes out perfect with no bitterness. Just a suggestion. :) Thank you so much Whistling Kettle for reuniting me with my lost tea love!

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S.
One of my favorites!

This tea is amazing hot or iced. I especially like it in the summertime.