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Normann Copenhagen Tea (7 tastes)

Retail price: €220.00



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Momju

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Normann Copenhagen Tea (7 tastes)
Retail price:
€ 220.00
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Auction start:
2019-07-11 21:06:00
End of auction not later than:
2019-10-11 21:06:00
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Normann Copenhagen Tea

Loose-leaf tea from the Danish design house with packaging by designer Anne Lehmann

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Best known for their smart, minimal home furnishings, Denmark's Normann Copenhagen recently took a step into the drinkable design category with the introduction of a line of 12 teas. Contained in colorful, reusable tins with graphics by designer Anne Lehmann, the loose-leaf teas are a fun addition to the brand's sometimes quirky repertoire. We had the pleasure of sampling two of the teas to be introduced: Mint Caramel Tea and White Tea with pomegranate, cranberry and bamboo.

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While the two teas seem to stand on opposite sides of the spectrum in terms of packaging and taste, they both emitted a much stronger smell than flavor—which was actually favorable. While the Mint Caramel Tea's strong smell seemed reminiscent of wintertime, the toffee-like flavor was mild and pleasant—with just the right amount of minty aftertaste. A tad mellower in color and taste, the White Tea held a floral, almost sugary smell, but tasted much more earthy and much less sweet.

Both have their merits, but the White Tea's modest flavor, nice aroma and loud packaging were standouts.