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Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity

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4 min, 0 sec

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62
drank Cold Apricot by Tetley
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Flavors: Apricot, Fruity

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140 °F / 60 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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41
drank Lucia lima verbena by Tetley
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4 min, 0 sec

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31
drank Tilia by Tetley
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4 min, 0 sec

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79
drank Cidreira by Tetley
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4 min, 0 sec

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40
drank Pure Green Tea by Tetley
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50
drank Camomile by Tetley
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4 min, 0 sec

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95
drank Green tea mango by Tetley
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Flavors: Mango

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4 min, 0 sec

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90

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Flavors: Lemon, Sweet

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4 min, 0 sec

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50
drank Cold lemon lime by Tetley
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Flavors: Lemon, Lime

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82
drank Apple and Cinnamon by Tetley
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one of my favourite teas in winter, mainly on christmas season. Lovely smell of cinnamon!

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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47
drank Pure Green Tea by Tetley
131 tasting notes

Sample sipdown! (33/368)

This came as a single serving in part of a Tetley multipack, so I guess it’s a sample. I’m not a big lover of green teas for the most part, and plain bagged green teas are probably my least favourite. This is pretty generic, a blend of Chinese greens rather than any particular tea, and as it’s fannings in a bag it gets astringent pretty quickly. All that said, it’s definitely not my favourite, but not bad either. The astringency at the end of the sip is bearable, and the tea is quite bland with a grassy aftertaste. Another one tried, and another one down!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec 200 OZ / 5914 ML

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65

I was dog sitting for a friend all weekend and this tea was what she had in her cabinet so I thought, why not? Tetley isn’t a favourite brand of mine but it will do in a pinch. I sat down to watch Netflix with a mug full of this tea and the first thing I noticed was the aroma and how it really did smell like green tea mixed with earl grey. Quite interesting. The taste was about the same as the aroma. I could distinctively taste the green tea and I could distinctively taste the earl grey tea. One nice thing was that one flavour did not overpower the other. That being said, I didn’t find this tea all that exciting. I prefer my green tea by itself and my earl grey tea by itself. With the two flavours mixed, it’s a little odd but not entirely awful, just not for me. I was thinking that with a little cream and sugar, it might be better.

Flavors: Bergamot, Green

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70
drank Masala by Tetley
19 tasting notes

Tasted at Full English Cafe in Austin, TX.

Tasting #1 – No Sugar, No Milk
This just tastes like a black tea with hints of spices in scent only.

Tasting #2 – 1 Lump, No Milk (PREFERRED)
For whatever reason, I can taste the spices better with just a little bit of sugar. Delicious!

Tasting #3 – 2 Lumps, No Milk
Too much sugar. At first I couldn’t taste the difference in flavor, but then I was overloaded with sweetness.

Tasting #4 – No Sugar, Milk
The consistency is horrible. I could always add more milk to make it creamier, but then I wouldn’t taste any tea. Also, being lactose intolerant makes me want to avoid adding milk all together.

Tasting #5 – 1 Lump, Milk
Still the same problem with consistency and the sugar now masks what little tea got through the milk in the first place.

Tasting #6 – 2 Lumps, Milk
Sugar milk, gross.

Flavors: Spices

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more 3 g 32 OZ / 946 ML

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85
drank Orange Pekoe by Tetley
18 tasting notes

It is a staple in my home just because I have English in-laws that want “regular” or “normal” tea and because well it’s inexpensive and I won’t feel bad having 5 a day.

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100

This is one of my favourite teas and I wish that it would come in a higher count container or box. I will never NOT drink this tea.

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67
drank Pina Colada by Tetley
1349 tasting notes

Another one that I’ve had iced now, and I enjoy it considerably less than the Bellini from Tetley. (Iced: threw tea bags in a pitcher of purified water and left it overnight).

There’s something oily about this one, and I can’t put my finger on it. Coconut, perhaps? No idea, but I can see it in the brew, as well as feel it when I drink it. Almost like the consistency of peach juice, or castor oil… which I’m sadly quite familiar with and not terribly fond of.

Not getting a ton of pina colada out of this either… maybe a tropical type fruit, with some coconut oily in here. Sure, I’ll drink it, it’s definitely not going to waste, but it’s something I won’t stock up on again.

Flavors: Coconut, Olive Oil, Thick, Tropical

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 16 tsp 68 OZ / 2000 ML

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79
drank Bellini by Tetley
1349 tasting notes

Gosh I love this stuff. Made up a huge batch iced (just threw in teabags into purified water and left it in my fridge overnight), and with a touch of sweetener, I guzzled it down like it was candy from the Universe. Truly, yum! Upping the rating, just because it’s more of a junk food tea than anything soul-infusing, yet still, I’ve reached for this often the past few days.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 16 tsp 68 OZ / 2000 ML
Marzipan

Huh, I don’t think I have ever seen this here.

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79
drank Bellini by Tetley
1349 tasting notes

Yes, it really does taste like a bellini – minus the booze, and the grenadine. Just don’t oversteep it.. too much hibiscus. It’s junky, but fun.

Flavors: Hibiscus, Orange, Peach

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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67
drank Pina Colada by Tetley
2973 tasting notes

Backlog.

Actually not too bad for a random bagged tea! I nabbed a bag of this off someone at work, and was halfway anticipating gross rancid coconut (especially since the canister of teabags had a 50% off sticker on it), but it was fairly light, mild, and nicely fruity-pineapple with creamy coconut. I don’t know exactly what was in it, but it was certainly devoid of hibiscus (YAY), and no weird rooibos flavour (I don’t actually think there was rooibos, but I had been expecting it, so it was a nice surprise not to taste it).

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69

This was an total impulse buy. Although I am interested in decaf green tea, it was unnecessary for me to pick this up because I still have some roasted green tea that’s decaf in my collection from a tea swap I did a few months back.

Considering this is a tea bag and not loose leaf, I didn’t have high expectations to start. I brewed this tea in 450 ml of 175 degree F water for about 30 seconds. It basically just tastes like cheap green tea. Not much to say other than that. I’ll use this up but not repurchase. I’m sure I can find some good loose leaf green tea that is decaf in the future.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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50
drank Chai Tea by Tetley
2 tasting notes

Steeped the bag in a mug 3/4 full of hot water for 4m30s. Topped with milk and a bit of sugar. Result is just ok, spices are a lot weaker than I like. Maybe a longer steeping time would help?

Preparation
4 min, 30 sec

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