Strawberry Pie Honeybush

Tea type
Herbal Honeybush Blend
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Flavors
Berries, Cinnamon
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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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Why should apple, cherry and blueberry get all the attention? Here’s our strawberry pie flavored honeybush with real freeze dried strawberries, organic vanilla bean bits, cinnamon and all natural flavors including strawberry, vanilla and hints of butter, brown sugar and cinnamon!

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I got this little herbal offering from Seykayyay. Now, I’ve had Frank’s offerings before, and I can say – with no hint of irony – he is the mad scientist of blenders. And this is no exception. It’s loud, it’s rambunctious, it feels guilty to drink…but it’s all awesome. Taster notes aren’t needed, it tastes like its namesake suggests. Granted, I didn’t do this as a traditional “tea” by any stretch. I brewed it as a latte, for I think that’s how this works best. Tastes like cheesecake that’s been melted by dragons, forged in awesome, then returned to my lips.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Jaime

Cannot wait until mine arrives!

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Big thanks to Jenn for sharing this with me!!
This one, it’s interesting. When I first opened the package I thought it smelled a bit chemically. Like artificial flavouring? (but then I get that alot- that’s how I find fresh papaya as well!)
Steeped, it retained the same scent, and to a degree… the flavour as well.
I added some sugar to bring it out, and that certainly did help.
As the cup cooled, the flavour definitely improved. I’m not sure I tasted strawberry though? Who knows, I’m still a little off with the buds!
Either way, it was very comforting. Sweet and just a touch sour- in a good way.

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597 tasting notes

I don’t know what I’m tasting here, but it tastes almost like an herbal tea. Whatever it is, it is light and muted. Having read the reviews, I was stoked to taste the crust and everything, but I don’t…I don’t think. I think I can pick out the strawberry and cinnamon, but boy is it is a stretch. It’s hard for me to pinpoint any particular flavour. I think my next batch will be a bit more leaf and a longer steep time. I may have under steeped and used too little leaf for the batch. Or, my taste buds are still in disarray from burning my tongue on hot tea yesterday, or having hot wings tonight, though I waited a bit for my mouth to cool down, and had some potato chips to bland things up a bit more (the wings were really hot!).

I’m gonna give this another try, another day, but thanks to Jenn for sending this to me. I’m pretty stoked to have some caffeine free options, and I like that the honeybush isn’t as strong as the rooibos.

This is pleasant as a beverage, but I’m reserving rating til a further steeping, when hopefully, the real flavour will pop, and I can more accurately review this.

Jessie

Oh no! Burnt tongues are the worst.

I like to steep the flavoured honeybushes nice and long, personally, so that might indeed help. I can see this being pretty light otherwise.

Amariel

I’ve added more leaf to the existing, made sure the water was nice and hot, and gave it a good 8-10 minutes, though it is still too hot. The colour is definitely darker than before, so we’ll see.

Amariel

My taste buds must be off, because I’m tasting something akin to licorice now. And still a not very defined flavour. Nothing that shouts out I’M STRAWBERRY PIE to me though.

Jessie

Strange! I got a weird taste from mine last time I had it, but I haven’t been drinking it much. I wonder if it’s changed over time. I should try some again.

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There has been something I don’t like about some 52 teas blends that I couldn’t put my finger on. Over the months, I have figured it out. I for one don’t think I like honeybush, the flavour to me is so strong and dominant that all of the blends taste so much alike. But I also don’t like the cinnamon flavouring Frank uses, there is something very medicinal about it. I am assuming it is the cinnamon as that is the common ingredient of the blends I don’t like. Needless to say, I don’t like this blend either. The honeybush is just too strong and the cinnamon flavour just isn’t that natural, comforting cinnamon flavour that I love. My Dad was up for Christmas and enjoyed this tea so I think I will bring it down to Vancouver with me when I visit them in a couple of weeks.

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My post-workout reward! I added brown sugar instead of agave this time and I definitely do not regret that decision. So yummy!

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Hey guys guess what? It’s another ASHLEY TEA!

This is a better time for honeybush. Busy work night, followed by a nice swim. I’m health nutting like nuts. My face looks thin but dag nabbit I’m too sissy to jump on the scale!

Steeping steeping. Smells wonderful! Strong strawberries. Dark dark brew. Waiting for it to cool is the worstest part! I’m getting a lot of cinnamon in here. Not as buttery/crust-ish as the Coconut Cheesecake, but It’s still yummy. As I’m getting to the bottom I’m tasting more strawberry, but it isn’t overwhelming. All in all I liked it! Might not be something I’d buy, but It’s just what I needed before bed. Goodnight everyone!

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52 tasting notes

This wasn’t quite what I expected. Mainly what I was expecting was strawberry, pie or any combination of the two. What I got was cinnamon, which I found strange. This didn’t make for a bad cup of tea, I just didn’t get strawberry pie from it.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Here goes. It is the week of 52 teas.

This has a really nice smell as it is steeping. I was so enthusiastic, I forgot to smell it dry in the bag. Next time!

The strawberry comes out as well as the subtle butter smell. I’m not sure that I’m catching the brown sugar or cinnamon. Actually, there it is, a little bit of cinnamon, but just a hint, which I rather appreciate. Cinnamon can be overbearing.

The strawberries are sweet and just a little tart, as if they are just ripe, and not yet mushy. The is a really pleasant sipping tea. It’s very hot right now (I brewed it with boiling, as you can see), so I’m interested to see if other flavours pop as the tea cools.

Definitely glad I got this one to add to my nightime tea options. Which reminds me, I have to go review Frank’s chamomile. It was really, very, good – and anyone who can make chamomile taste good deserves serious props (a word I learned from my 17 year old, lest you think I’m hipper than I am!).

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Wow this is one strawberry tea! Yum Yum Yum. When you open the package that is about all you can smell… the tail end of the smell is a bit of cinnamon and maybe just a hint of crust!

After steeping it the liquor was a nice warm red color, the smell had a more hints of cinnamon with strawberry. The first taste all I could taste was strawberry nice warm strawberries. It was so good, this tea doesn’t need any sweetener, it is wonderfully sweet!

The next few sips were a lot of strawberry and hints of cinnamon… I didn’t get the buttery flavor but this tea is still wonderful! I might play around with the steeping time and see if I can get the buttery taste to come out more, great job Frank!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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I love this tea!!! It’s my go to tea after work, iced. So yummy!!!!

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