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Had a cup of this yesterday at my local Tealuxe. It was my first time trying genmaicha, so I don’t have a basis for comparison.

This presented as a nice, sort-of roasty flavor to a solid green tea base. The base was a little vegetal, but not too much (it was subtle enough to not be off-putting in the least) and was very smooth. The rice added a roasty note to the tea, creating almost a toasted or “cooked” flavor. It left a noticeable aftertaste of cooked green veggies. It was quite good overall.

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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drank Victorian Rose Tea by Tealuxe
318 tasting notes

Really rosy. I like it! The black is present but not overwhelming, and the rose is strong without being too perfumey. Although I am a fan of rose things. I might go longer (4-5 mins) next time to get a bit of a stronger flavor, but there’s no bitterness at all, which is lovely.

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drank Lady Londonderry by Tealuxe
30 tasting notes

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drank Royal Coconut by Tealuxe
30 tasting notes

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drank Throat Tender by Tealuxe
53 tasting notes

I still have that cold/virus/bronchitis thing that’s hit the nation, and for the past week I’ve been coughing like crazy. I had ordered TeaLuxe’s Throat Tender the week before, thinking I wouldn’t need it by the time it arrived, but here I am, still hacking away. I brewed a cup of this spicy, flavorful tea tonight in the hope that my tender throat would feel better.

Honestly, I’m not sure what I expected. I was curious about the ingredients- especially the slippery elm, which I thought it would make the tea velvety. I think Dragonwell green tea is more velvety than this. I had to add sweetener because the flavor was strong and a bit too bitter for me. With the sweetener it was palatable and, like chai, comforting in the way it warmed me up.

The tea is very pretty, as you can see in the photo, and the liquid is an attractive reddish-amber. I’m not sure this will help my throat, but taking this “cure” isn’t a chore by any means.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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drank Royal Coconut by Tealuxe
18 tasting notes

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drank Monks Blend by Tealuxe
1 tasting notes

I’ve been trying to find a tea that matches a mis-labeled tea I got a few years ago. In my blending experiments it seemed that vanilla was a component, but there also seemed to be something almost fruity. Based on the description, I tried Monk’s blend. Definitely not this one. It’s not a bad tea, but it seems a bit too sharp — and I’m someone who leaves the bag in when I use teabags. I’m going to try using either a bit less tea, or steeping not quite as long, and see if that helps.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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I’m not a big fan of vanilla in tea (or milk in tea, for that matter), but my wife really likes this. She tends not to sweeten black tea, so I think that’s key. I have found that this blends well with Yerba Maté though.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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I was hoping for a little bit more of something. I’m not exactly sure what I think is missing, though. I think it’s just because I typically am not a big fan of vanilla tea, but had heard such great things about this one I figured if there’s ever going to be a vanilla tea for me, it must be the Copley version. Too bad for me, though I’m sure some of my vanilla tea drinking friends will like it.

Jillian

Needs more cowbell! XD

laurenpressley

Yes! Yes, it does!! :)

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When it gets hot, I start craving this cup. So here we go!

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It feels like summer out there, so I’m having a summer tea! The fruit in the background is just what I needed this morning, and the tea has the kick I was hoping for…. here’s hoping this tea set the day in motion in a good way!

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And I found the way to enjoy this!! Now that it’s starting to feel a bit like spring, I figured I’d give this tea another go. And it’s really good!! I think that the fruit qualities stand on their own in this tea, yet the drink still maintains the tea-quality we all love. This is good when sitting in my office, just knowing it’s spring outside, and I imagine it’ll be really nice when sitting on the porch this summer.

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I’m having a cup right now, and don’t really love it or hate it. It’s just a basic black fruity tea. I heard it was a favorite of Princess Diana, so apparently my tea taste is different. I think I’d probably like it more in the summer.

TeaEqualsBliss

If it was a fave of Princess Diana – I would give it at least a few points teeehee (but I don’t blame you for not rating it!) Might have to pick it up if I ever get the chance…just for kicks…

laurenpressley

I just wasn’t sure the exact number I’d give it, so I opted to leave that field blank. :) If you want a sample, LMK and I’ll see if I can send you some!

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drank Peachy White by Tealuxe
54 tasting notes

A very tasty tea- this is almost like a grown-up peach-flavored tea. It has a sophisticated peach flavoring that integrates very well with the black tea base. This is my favorite peach-flavored tea, and I regularly repurchase it.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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This is a staple to my tea collection, what I consider a “comfort tea”. Sweet, without being overbearing. Takes sugar or honey well.

(Also mixes really well with the Pumpkin Spice Chai.)

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Oh, gods I love this tea. Definitely pumpkin, all spice and sweet. I’ll drink this with or without milk (usually without), and it is one of the few teas I prefer honey in, as opposed to sugar.

Been mixing this with a little bit vanilla black tea, which makes a startingly delicious combination!

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