Snark Nerdy to Me / Wild Child(Stiles/Erica) Artichoke Green, Rhubarb Green, Hibiscus /Mango Green, Pomegranate Green, ApricotBy Daunt
This mixture is a gorgeous light reddish chestnut color. The flavors mix well together for the most part - Stiles is more full-bodied while Erica is fruity and light (with just a touch of an edge). The two of them together smell so amazing! That is actually what inspired trying this mixture in the first place!
For a better description of each tea, see my reviews for Snark Nerdy to Me and Wild Child!
Recommended brew: 
- Let boiling water sit for at least 5 minutes - these leaves are easy to burn- Brew tea for 2-4 minutes, or to taste (Stiles can go a little woody if you let him steep too long, so be careful) *snicker* But seriously, be careful.
Brewed:
Good! Doesn’t really need sweetener
Barely a touch of sugar brings out Erica
Can still taste Stiles in the background, but hot is Erica’s show
Rather mild flavor
Iced:
Needs sugar - I used about 1tsp white sugar per cup
Very good when very cold
Good mix of both flavors, though Stiles is slightly stronger
Flavor stronger cold than when hot
Latte:
Be careful not to use too much milk, very easy to overpower the flavor of the tea
Very sweet, doesn’t need much sweetener - recommended 1/2tsp white sugar/cup
Mild flavor of tea doesn’t play too well with a hot latte, but…
Iced latte:
YES
Can definitely taste Stiles, though Erica gives a slight fruitiness
Definitely a different flavor than just Stiles iced latte, but the difference is subtle (albeit very tasty)
These wonderful blends were made by Daunt and can be purchased over at Adagio Teas! 
Check out my other Tea Reviews!

Snark Nerdy to Me / Wild Child
(Stiles/Erica) 
Artichoke Green, Rhubarb Green, Hibiscus /
Mango Green, Pomegranate Green, Apricot
By Daunt

This mixture is a gorgeous light reddish chestnut color. The flavors mix well together for the most part - Stiles is more full-bodied while Erica is fruity and light (with just a touch of an edge). The two of them together smell so amazing! That is actually what inspired trying this mixture in the first place!

For a better description of each tea, see my reviews for Snark Nerdy to Me and Wild Child!

Recommended brew: 

- Let boiling water sit for at least 5 minutes - these leaves are easy to burn
- Brew tea for 2-4 minutes, or to taste (Stiles can go a little woody if you let him steep too long, so be careful) *snicker* But seriously, be careful.

Brewed:

  • Good! Doesn’t really need sweetener
  • Barely a touch of sugar brings out Erica
  • Can still taste Stiles in the background, but hot is Erica’s show
  • Rather mild flavor

Iced:

  • Needs sugar - I used about 1tsp white sugar per cup
  • Very good when very cold
  • Good mix of both flavors, though Stiles is slightly stronger
  • Flavor stronger cold than when hot

Latte:

  • Be careful not to use too much milk, very easy to overpower the flavor of the tea
  • Very sweet, doesn’t need much sweetener - recommended 1/2tsp white sugar/cup
  • Mild flavor of tea doesn’t play too well with a hot latte, but…

Iced latte:

  • YES
  • Can definitely taste Stiles, though Erica gives a slight fruitiness
  • Definitely a different flavor than just Stiles iced latte, but the difference is subtle (albeit very tasty)

These wonderful blends were made by Daunt and can be purchased over at Adagio Teas

Check out my other Tea Reviews!

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