If you’ve ever read the poem “Who Has Seen the Wind” by British author Christina Georgina Rossetti you’ll understand the virtue of a question like, “who has tasted a rainbow?” Rosetti’s poem asks:Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you:But when the leaves hang trembling, the wind is passing through.Inspired by this poem, we at Metropolitan Tea asked the other question mentioned above, namely “who has tasted a rainbow?” (Here we should explain that while the protagonist of Roestti’s poem clearly relates to the world through touch and sound, we tea-folk relate to the world primarily through our taste buds.) We came up with many different answers. The final, and most profound was this: It tastes like a mellow, herbaceous Cederberg Rooibos blended with a medley of fruit and balanced out with a touch of Amaretto. Simple…yet…so deep…you know? (For those of you who relate to world visually, rainbows should also have red thistle, cornflowers, and calendula for the colorful look.) So go ahead, ask and ye shall receive. Taste a rainbow today. Incidentally, rainbows are also caffeine free.