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Earlier this week, I wrote a rather quick note about this one and said I’d come back to it when I had more time. In particular I had a really hard time figuring out what I was smelling in the aroma of the steeped tea.
I now know what I’m smelling. You won’t believe it.
Spaghetti! With marinara sauce!
I checked in with no. 1 who was sitting next to me at breakfast and he agreed. I was worried I might be going crazy, but he smelled it, too.
There’s a sharp fruity note like cooked tomato, and a bready pasta note underneath that.
Wouldn’t you know, spaghetti, pasta, tomato, marinara-none are available as flavor options. I can’t say it’s surprising, just a little frustrating.
To add to my previous note, the tea is a sort of light maple color after steeping. Now that I have spaghetti with marina in my head, I’m tasting that more than the hot praline of the other day, but it’s remarkably tasty.
This may be one of those teas that changes in flavor from cup to cup, which is always fun.
Running out to an appointment so I don’t have time to do a proper note on this, but wanted to record something this morning and the Art of Tea Earl Grey Creme I drank before this already has a couple of notes from me.
I always enjoy seeing golden leaved teas and this one is incredibly golden. Not much darkness interfering with the sea of gold that is the dry leaf. It’s fragrant, too. What it smells like is elusive and something I have to wrap my mind around more so I’ll leave that for a later note.
The steeped tea has a honey aroma and something confectionery like hot praline. I don’t really get caramel in the flavor, though I can see where that comes from. To me it’s more a hot praline sweetness. A cookie dough note of sorts. Sweet with a bit of flour in the background.
It’s definitely yummy. I have to drink this again more mindfully, but for now it will be doing its magic in small sips from the Timolino while I drive to my appointment.
Sorry to see this has been discontinued. Note to self: read the notes on its replacement.
Not my cup of Tea TTB. I figured since its May and it was 38 degrees this morning that this was a fitting tea to start with. Smells good. Sweet. Not much tea scent to it. Those little snowflakes are really cute. I can see where the cupcake title came from. It has a slight bit of green to it. But not enough for me to get a taste for what kind of base it is. Good hot but also good cold. I’m not a big fan of sugar in tea though so that brings it down a lil for me.
Not My Cup Of Tea TTB #7
I’m working through the box this morning, deciding what I still want to sample and packing up small amounts to try later this week and deciding what I want to add so I can get this monstrosity or monstros’o’tea back into circulation and I came across this delightful sounding tea…. Yellow cupcakes, vanilla icing , all in a tea with zero calories…. Yes please!
This is quite tasty! The cute little sugar snowflakes add a touch of sweetness and vanilla to the green tea base and I can taste a slight cake flavor with limited artificial aftertaste. Glad I tried this but since it’s in the 90s here already I think it’s time to lay off the winter teas and start planning for summer!
What a wonderful cold brewed cup of tea :)
I am so glad this tea tasted good because I have had bad experiences with Teas Etc in the past but this tea is quite good. I really enjoy the green teas flavor with this tea, it’s not too mellow but not too strong either. I don’t notice the banana flavor at all which I prefer because banana doesn’t appeal to me in a tea. Overall this is one of the better cold teas I have brewed before
The orange flavor is strong in this tea, too strong. It covers up the flavor of the oolong. It is tasty, just too flavored. I wish they had gone with a low key orange flavor.
I brewed this one in a 16oz Teavana Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and 190 degree water for 3 min.
I really do have a green tea obsession. Throw some sprinkles in and yep, I’ll buy some. This is another tasty treat I cold brewed. You can really taste the smoothness of the green tea and the sprinkles add the sweetness this needed to make it taste just like a cupcake or rather the icing on top. I’ve tried it both hot and iced and enjoy it both ways.
Flavors: Cake, Green
Oh my oolong-goodness!
This is another surprising find from Amazon for about $6ish for 2 oz. I brewed it up on the instructions on the tin and it came out fantastic!
Dry there is a distinct floral smell. No real mint smell coming through.The first sips have a floral taste to them but as you continue to drink it, you get the minty overtones in there as well. You wouldn’t think those two would go together as well as they do while you are drinking it. . .or at least I didn’t it. I never thought I would like the floral-y type teas, but I might have to check some out.
Back to this particular blend. . .I’m going to have to remember this one when the holidays come around again. I’ve blown through the tin pretty quick. Hoping there is a tin or two still left on Amazon or the website for Teas Etc. I’m needing a refill!
Flavors: Floral, Mint
Just a fresh strong peppermint tea. Steeped for 10 minutes- 2 minutes over the recommended 8 minutes, because it has been in my cupboard for about 8 months. Was still fresh and rich tasting, and was excellent on it’s own, as well as sweetened with a hint of splenda.
Flavors: Mint, Peppermint