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Proving that success doesn't always happen overnight, the Nutcracker, masterpiece of famed composer Tchaikovsky, garnered mostly negative reviews after its debut performance in St Petersburg in 1892. The performance was called "insipid", "lopsided" and "ponderous" by uninspired Russian crtics. Now, more than a century later, the ballet is so well enjoyed that for many the Christmas season isn't complete without a performance.

The tale, which focuses on the adventures of a little girl, Clara, her brother Fritz, and a magical nutcracker that comes to life, takes viewers on a magical jouney at a 19th century German chateau and ending most famously in The Land of Sweets in a faraway kingdom known as Confiturembourg, run by the Sugar Plum Fairy.  At this point in the performance, the children as well as the audience, are enchanted by the kingdoms various inhabitants-Chinese Tea Dancers, Russian Candy Cane Dancers, Danish Marzipan Shepherdess Dancers, among others.

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Now we wouldn't be master tea blenders if we didn't think that list of performers sounded like a fabulous recipe for a deliciously soothing tea blend. So to honor Tchaikovsky's memory, we've decided to blend exacly that, a fabulous tea guaranteed to put a smile on your face even on the longest of winter nights. Based on a luxury Rooibos, we've added the flavors of marzipan and fruit finished off with candy quins and tiy silver ball candies for a dash of theatrical flair.  Like the ballet, this is one performance you don't want to miss

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