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drank Sour Cherry Serenade by Teavana
902 tasting notes

Dear Steepsters,

I love sour teas. This is my favorite and it’s been retired. Yes, they retired it about a week after I my first ever (and so far only, since there’s not one near me) Teavana purchase, and I fully recognize the irony in that. Had I known at the time of purchase, I’d have a lot more of this tea on hand. As it is now, I may have 2 pots left.

So…since this will soon be no more, do you have a particularly sour blend that’s not retired that you’d recommend to a tart-tea lover? Once this is gone, I’ll need something new to fall in love with. Or, at least, have a wild, sour-tart fling with.

Much thanks,
Jaime

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Meghann M

Adagio has a sour apple blend, which I haven’t tried yet, but plan on. I had a very sour and sweet apple blend from Argo Tea that really was sweet and sour. Both are herbal teas. I may have some of the Argo left for you to try.

Jaime

An herbal would probably be even better, since I don’t do caffeine after noon, and I crave this one in the evenings. The Argo one sounds delish. I’m going to order a like one from David’s, so we’ll see how tart that is.

Patrick Tannous

I’m the owner of Tiesta Tea, and we have a Cranberry Tang rooibos blend that is rather tart. Its got the citrus notes from the orange peels, and thats what makes it rather tart.

Jaime

Patrick, that does sounds good…but is only available in 4 oz. Personally, I don’t buy teas in volumes larger than 2 oz unless I’ve had them before and know that I love them and that they won’t linger in my cabinet and go stale.

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Meghann M

Adagio has a sour apple blend, which I haven’t tried yet, but plan on. I had a very sour and sweet apple blend from Argo Tea that really was sweet and sour. Both are herbal teas. I may have some of the Argo left for you to try.

Jaime

An herbal would probably be even better, since I don’t do caffeine after noon, and I crave this one in the evenings. The Argo one sounds delish. I’m going to order a like one from David’s, so we’ll see how tart that is.

Patrick Tannous

I’m the owner of Tiesta Tea, and we have a Cranberry Tang rooibos blend that is rather tart. Its got the citrus notes from the orange peels, and thats what makes it rather tart.

Jaime

Patrick, that does sounds good…but is only available in 4 oz. Personally, I don’t buy teas in volumes larger than 2 oz unless I’ve had them before and know that I love them and that they won’t linger in my cabinet and go stale.

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My love of tea started in 2001, whilst in an internship in London, England. I shared an office with a lovely man who would make me a cup of tea every morning without asking me if I even wanted it. I drink my tea neat now, because I’ve yet to find the sugar/milk combination that lives up to Pablo’s.

I drink any and all kinds of tea, and love trying new brands/varieties/flavors.

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