41 Tasting Notes
I did not like the smell of this tea. It was sickly sweet. I don’t like banana flavored things they always remind me of banana runts which are absolutely disgusting.
I was shocked and amazed when I liked this tea. I’m not going to rate it yet because I’m still a little undecided on how much I like it. Um I don’t know if I’m even making any sense cause I’m exhausted but I never really understand how the weirdness of Franks teas actually works. I mean a hot fruit smoothie? Ewww!
But no. This works. I kinda want to buy a bag but I’m scared to blow my tea budget too early and not have any left for the next 10 days of tea. I’ve already bought weeping angel and brown coat tea last night so I think I’m in trouble this month….
Frank you’ve done it again. I was sad when I missed out on the first run(s) of this but the money simply wasn’t there.
Since this was the “1st tea of Christmas” i opened the pouch and took a deep wiff before I looked to see what it was. It smelled exactly like if you added my favorite perfume to tea (bpals Boo—Eerie billows of spun sugar, fluttering white cotton, and sheets of cream). I wasn’t quite sure how well this would translate to tea but I have faith in Frank so I brewed it
up and took a sip. Heven.
I loved his boo-berry cotton candy and I’m all ready rationing it so it’s not surprise. It isn’t perfumy tasting at all like some flavored teas are. It’s sweet and fluffy. The black tea base is delicious. I don’t know if I’ve had any of Franks black tea blends since he switched but regardless I aprove. It would be a good tea even without the flavoring.
Excuse me while I go refill my cup…
This is another one of Franks spot on blends but I"m not sure how well the flavor carries over to a hot beverage. I might try putting some milk in it, something I’ve never done with honeybush.
When it cools it is fabulous. The cheese cake is prominent followed by the peanut butter then chocolate. I might have enjoyed a little more chocolate but all and all this is a lovely night time tea.
Backlogging a bit here, but I seriously have been drinking a ton of tea so this is only from laste night.
This is probably the strongest chocolate tasting tea I’ve had. I’m not a huge roobois fan but the reviews here convinced me to get a sample to try and I’m happy I did. I needed just a few more dollars to get me to the right size order and I had no idea what I wanted to sample.
ATR actually forgot to send me this sample but as I posted in the discussions they were super fast in getting it out to me when I called them and I couldn’t be more pleased. This will probably be a reorder for 2oz next time. I’m happy to find a roobois I actually like because they are few and far between. I’m usually a honybush person for my evening teas.
While this isn’t my favorite 52 teas blend it’s quite good. My only complaints are that the base is a bit bitter and the blueberries taste more dehydrated than fresh, though I have no idea how you’d get a fresh blueberry taste in tea so it’s probably as good a flavor it’s going to get.
This tea is amazing. Really the only thing keeping me from giving it a 100 is the price. It’s creamy and smooth but not overpowering. I can’t believe I’m the first person to review it. If you like coconut you will love this tea even if you’re not a huge oolong fan(though I do adore oolongs).
I was in a motorcycle accident on Sunday and I’m all fuzzy headed from the concussion and pain meds. It’s the perfect tea to keep me warm while I ice my back. I’m not even bothering to ration it any more(I only got a sample due to the price) because I think I deserve something good when I hurt this bad.
I’m not usually one for fruity teas but this one is delish. It reminds me of the cranberry bliss bars starbucks make. There is a kind of white chocolate undertone that adds a sort of creamyness to the winter fruits.
Of course the fact it’s pink certainly raises my rating of it a few notches.
Oh boo-berry, where have you been?
Today has been a crappy day. In the midst of a panic attack and running out of ideas of what to do I remembered my tea had come this morning. I figured the caffeine was low enough it shouldn’t make things worse so I’d give it a go.
How can it be so sweet without tasting sweetened? Frank how do you work your magic? It’s not overly sweet it’s just right. I’m drinking it hot and plain and the blueberries are juicy, the coton candy is delish and the marshmallowness lurks in the background.
Yummy! It’s as good as all the reviews say. I did 3 minutes on my first steeping and 2.5 on the second. I think I’ll lower it by 30 seconds next time to cut out the tiny bit of bitterness I got from it. It’s so much more than a lemon green tea. It’s just as fluffy and sweet as the little kitten on the label.
I’ve put the used leaves in a pitcher to cold brew over night and will report back on how it does.
I haven’t had very many oolongs and I just didn’t get how a regular tea could be creamy without flavoring. Now I get it. It’s slightly floral and green with a smooth creamyness. Ultimate comfort tea.
I want to snuggle up in my jammies and read even though it’s the middle of the afternoon.