1700 Tasting Notes
Whoops! I did a sipdown of this earlier today (at 109 now – Sil!) and it doesn’t look like I’ve ever written a note for it.
So here goes. I’ve tried this in the blender multiple times, and I’ve tried it by mixing powder into my timolino with milk and stirring it, and I’ve also down the same, but added ice and shook it, and they basically all turned out the same. I never did get that frappacinno consistency but in the end I didn’t care either. It was tasty and it hit the spot.
I think though, in the future, I’d rather just get flavoured matcha from Red Leaf as I typically drink matcha without any sugar and if I can get by without it, why not go that route instead?
I think it’s a great idea though, and I hope Red Leaf sells a ton of it. It’s much cheaper and very convenient compared to the coffee-shop equivalent!
Another sample from Nina’s Paris! Thank you for letting me try your teas out. I’m looking forward to your online store. :D
This was a pleasant evening cup. The citrus really brightened up, and I am enjoying the lingering aftertaste too. It seems as though this tea is a little weak for my tastes, but I’m certain that if I’d steeped it for 3 minutes instead of 2, that would have been better.
I’m remember this for my pretty-much eventual Nina’s Paris order. ;)
This is such a silly tea. I won’t even try to take it seriously!
I guess at one point if you entered the Konami Code on the Marvel site, you’d see a deadpool version of a squirrel: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/0a/Marvel_konami_code.jpg Thanks Wikipedia!
Thank you Shadowfall for the sample of this! I am enjoying the chocolate and vanilla flavours in this, although I wouldn’t go out of my way to get more!
Thank you for the free sample!
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I heard they were giving away free rooibos samples, but this is amazing. It’s so fruity and creamy – I could tell immediately what flavour it was without reading the description.
I only used half of the sample to make this cup – I’ll have to ice the other half as I suspect it would be even better chilled!
Would I stock this? Yes
I forgot I had this in my second timolino! Guess I’lll sip it before I make my sleepytime teac.
This was a birthday gift – my Aunt let me choose 3 teas from Steeped Tea, and so I had fun with that. I love lime, so this was an obvious choice.
The instructions say to steep this at 2-3 minutes in BOILING water. I think that qualifies as green tea abuse, doesn’t it? I ignored it and steeped it in cooler water, but it worries me that “professional” tea experts go to people’s houses and convince them that boiled green tea is correct. #sigh. It’s not up to me to solve all the problems. :P
Anyway, this is light and refreshing, but obviously artificial. It actually makes me think of a slightly creamy lime kool-aid. I think Lime Chiffon would be my preferred lime, but I actually don’t mind this too much, so long as I know I’m getting a fake lime taste.
I bet it would be quite good iced!
I really, really need to unwind, and will probably make Mother’s Little Helper or something after this to help me out further. Stubborn, sleepy angry baby – that’s all I’ll say about that.
Also, it doesn’t help my frustration that Steepster wouldn’t find this tea when I knew it existed and then I realised I was searching for “Curiousity”. Oh, silly Canadian! :D
Now I’m gonna go binge on something sweet and feel guilty about it tomorrow. #plans
OH! And I just got an email from Teavivre saying that my package was delivered to my local post office today after they attempted the delivery, and that I should go and get it! YAY! Dragon Pearls! Balin Gong Fu! That’ll be worth the 30 minute walk it’ll take for me to get down there.
Also I REALLY love Teavivre’s customer service.
This is pretty good! Fruity notes and a creamy finish. It still can’t top Della Terra’s Lime Chiffon in my head as far as creamy rooibos teas go, but that’s not this tea’s fault. The hibiscus behaves nicely and only adds the slightest bit of tartness to make the berries pop.
Also, memory is faulty. :P
I’d recommend this to others.
So I’m getting dangerously close to tea blahs because I’m thinking about how I have so much in my cupboard and a lot of it is just stuff I bought on impulse, or bought too much of because I didn’t know I could get less, and it’s draggin me down.
It’s dragging me down, man.
So instead of worrying about sipdowns, or trying teas I haven’t had before to see if I want to throw them in my freebie pile, I’m drinking this. And enjoying it. That’s a good fix. And I’ve got some iced Paris in the fridge. And when I do my tea meet-up in a few weeks I’ll hopefully be able to get rid of some of the stuff I’m not so into but others might like! :O
I bought this from Momo for a few dollars – I thought I’d give it a shot at that price, and just opened the bag today.
It’s not bad. It’s completely superfluous with 7 oz of Read My Lips if I’m craving black minty teas, but it’s not bad! It’s bright and slightly cream with the marshamllow. I get a tad bit of chocolate in there too. It shouldn’t be too hard to drink 2 oz of this, but I’m going to have to drink this and RML every day to make a dent! :O
This is so good! I will need to buy tons of this in the fall. I think I only had a .5 oz bag, and that seems to make 4-5 cups with the way I make tea, so I’ll definitely need to buy more.
The spices are pretty perfect though. NGL. It has notes that reminds me of the Caramel Assam, but with more earthy pumpkiny notes.