What Tea You Should Drink, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Alex Boyd


rooibos, peaches and cream, and a hint of cinnamon


black tea, coconut and chai spices (cinnamon, clove, and ginger)


green tea, strawberry, spearmint, and sweet vanilla cream


honeybush tea, cantaloupe, lemon myrtle, a little twist of lime, and a whole lot of juicy melon flavor


rooibos, pineapple, orange, and delicious cream; a scrumptious pineapple and orange creamsicle


black tea, blueberries and cream, rosehips and a swirl of cornflower petals


green tea with a lovely blend of lemon myrtle, lavender, calendula, and creamy goodness; like a fancy bowl of ice cream


honeybush, blackberries, rosehips, and hazelnut; truly a fancy dessert in a cup


rooibos, banana, papaya, and guava


black tea, almonds, and strawberries; marzipan and strawberry jam


green tea, grapefruit, lemongrass, hibiscus, orange, and coconut


honeybush, cherries, and vanilla cream

This group of tea has definitely been a lesson in the fact that knowing when I’m going to be done formulating is not always very predictable! I had been hoping to finish them by the end of April, in fact, I had 9 or 10 of them finished! However, a few teas were just not working out for me, flavors weren’t turning out how I wanted them, and then reformulation had to happen.

It’s also a lesson that sometimes flavors that work in baked goods, or food that we actually eat doesn’t translate very well with the ingredients I have for tea. And that’s ok because now I know! Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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