drank Azteca Fire by Teavana
240 tasting notes

I wish I had read some tasting notes prior to brewing this up, because I saw some hints that might have made this better.

The first cup I had was murky brown with an oil slick on the surface. I took a sip without added anything, but it was too watery. Added creamer, which made it marginally better, but not a lot. I decided to overleaf and over-steep for the second cup in an effort to pull out some flavour. It was still quite weak and watery, but also I picked up on the apple notes, which for me didn’t really go with the blend.

Sipdowns accomplished. And that’s it for the flavoured tea’s for the rest of the evening.

gmathis

I had this blended with another Teavana tea and it wasn’t bad…maybe some type of chocolate chai?

scribbles

I saw other posts where they mixed it with another tea to give it more body. Unfortunately I saw those notes too late.

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gmathis

I had this blended with another Teavana tea and it wasn’t bad…maybe some type of chocolate chai?

scribbles

I saw other posts where they mixed it with another tea to give it more body. Unfortunately I saw those notes too late.

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