Champagne Mojito Green

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I am currently working on my full-length review for this one. Last night I brewed some for iced tea today, and right now I'm drinking a cup of it hot. The flavors really come together nicely. ...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4391 tasting notes
  • “I was so pleased to see this tea arrive. I wasn't sure whether it would get through Customs, and they *did* open the package to check it - but they let it through. Double yay, because as it turns...” Read full tasting note
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    luthien 265 tasting notes
  • “...Huh. This tea _sounds_ so good, but there's some weird scent/aftertaste thing going on that's just not pleasant, like industrial floor cleaner or artificial sweetener. I tried this cooler and...” Read full tasting note
    Cait 216 tasting notes
  • “Do you know how muggy it is in Houston right now? Well, actually, it's not too bad- only 77% humidity and 82 degrees- downright mild, by Houston-in-June standards. Not to be deterred, I made a big...” Read full tasting note
    lisbet 267 tasting notes

From 52teas

Fresh cut spearmint in a blend with sweet Chinese Sencha green tea infused with the essence of key lime and champagne. www.52teas.com

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At 52teas.com, you will find unique, hand-blended artisan loose leaf teas: a new limited edition creation every week of the year. We pride ourselves on offering truly unique, one-of-a-kind tea blends that you won’t find anywhere else.

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I am currently working on my full-length review for this one. Last night I brewed some for iced tea today, and right now I’m drinking a cup of it hot. The flavors really come together nicely. The champagne flavor is light, the green tea tastes fresh and a little buttery, and the spearmint is crisp and refreshing. I really must thank Rachel for bringing this one back, because if she hadn’t, I probably would have never had the opportunity to try it, and I’m really glad I did.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

You are so very welcome, I am thrilled you are enjoying it. I think I will cold brew this. Right now I have a blend I created for iHeartTeas cold brewing, Lemonaid from 52Teas and Watermelon Raspberry Green from 52Teas.

The Purrfect Cup

Rachel that sounds pretty yummy!

Jenn

And another tea is added to the list… My list runneth over!

LiberTEAS

This was AWESOME iced… better than hot (and I liked it hot). I finished a half gallon of it this afternoon!

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265 tasting notes

I was so pleased to see this tea arrive. I wasn’t sure whether it would get through Customs, and they did open the package to check it – but they let it through. Double yay, because as it turns out, I’m really glad I got to try this tea.

The description sounded intriguing, so I was really, really hoping the taste wouldn’t be a let-down, as happens to me too often with flavoured teas. First impression was good, though: the dry leaves don’t just smell like mint, they smell like a peppermint cream! And then there was the flavour… I love the blend of the mint and the lime, with that added extra something that must be the hint of champagne. There’s nothing weak or lacking about the flavours, but they’re not too much, either, and all in all I have to say that it’s a really well balanced blend. All of the flavours are present in the aroma, too, so you breathe it in at the same time as you’re drinking it.

Love this tea. I’m so very glad it got here safely!

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

A splash of soda water to make it bubbly?:)

Luthien

Or maybe a splash of actual champagne. Hmmn… g

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…Huh. This tea sounds so good, but there’s some weird scent/aftertaste thing going on that’s just not pleasant, like industrial floor cleaner or artificial sweetener. I tried this cooler and then almost-boiling, and the hotter cup was better, but still…odd. I will give it one more chance, and then it may be yuckyface time, I’m afraid.

(Still, though, mad thanks to Doulton for the sample! I always would have wondered, otherwise.)

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

Hot grape to me just does not sound good. Now steep it in just a little water and fill the rest w/ soda water and I’m sold.

Cait

Hot grape? Is that what it tastes like to you?

(I’m thinking of trying it iced, actually, but I’m worried that it’ll bring out that artificial taste too much….)

Cait

…Okay, I’m slapping my forehead here — yes, of course, champagne is made from grapes. Er. It’s late at night and I…um…I have no excuses.

SoccerMom

Cait, My experience to this tea was similar to yours and I think it is the champagne aftertaste that I too am not crazy about. I don’t like Champagne (I’m more of a mojito girl) I liked the mojito part but couldn’t get over the champagne taste enough to enjoy this one. The Pina Colada Honeybush is much better IMO.

Ricky

This tea grew on me. Didn’t like it much the first time, but then it started to taste pretty good. Less leaves perhaps?

Cait

I’m glad I’m not the only one, SoccerMom!

Ricky, I’ll try using less next time — thanks for the tip! I want to like this one….

SoccerMom

I’ll try it too with less leaves. We could have a mojito party!

Ricky

Mojito party right now? I’m in! Time to get drunk!

Ricky

10oz – 3g – 2.5mins tasted decent to me, but maybe I’m just use to it now.

SoccerMom

Ricky, Did I miss the mojito party?? I just got back from picking up my son at soccer practice. It probably wouldn’t have been a good time to get drunk considering I had to chaffeur soccer players around. LOL

Ricky

Naw, we can have an after party! Cheers! It’s almost the weekends anyways ;)

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Do you know how muggy it is in Houston right now? Well, actually, it’s not too bad- only 77% humidity and 82 degrees- downright mild, by Houston-in-June standards. Not to be deterred, I made a big ol’ pitcher of iced Champagne Mojito and stuck it in the fridge. It seemed to call for a straw- wanna see the cool glass straws I have? You should totally buy some: http://www.glassdharma.com/sets.html (the dots’ set).

But I digress… this tea kinda grew on me as an iced tea. It mostly tastes of spearmint, but there may be something like dry champagne behind it if I’m not mistaken. I wish there was at least a slight lime kick to this.

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A subtle smell of spearmint hit me when I opened the package, and something else that I couldn’t define.

While steeping, I could smell the spearmint and a hint of citrus…that would be the key lime. That’s the taste I got, too. Not too grassy, which is good because I don’t like too grassy. I think the something I can’t define is the essence of champagne? It’s funny, the aftertaste has some of that dryness that I get when I drink champagne. Part of why I love champagne! It could be that my palate isn’t refined enough when it comes to green teas, since I usually go for blacks and rooibos. I’ll need to work on this.

I was looking for something light, not too flavourful but not too bland, something soothing while the rain pounds the windows. This was the perfect tea for the specific moment.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Meghann M

Glad I could read your comments about this tea. I have some on the way and am looking forward to trying it even more!

gmathis

I tried to “mojito” some tea on my own last summer by adding mint and a squirt of lime…I think I started with a dragonwell and it all ended up tasting like dirty socks. Further imagination/experimentation needed. Then again, I could just get some that someone else has perfected.

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Made a pitcher of this iced tonight and added an extra slice of lime to it. SO yummy! Thanks to Rachel of iHeartTeas for bringing this one back. :)

Preparation
Iced
RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Aww, thanks. I am so happy it turned out well. :-)

Jenn

Ahh, yet another one I HAVE to try :)

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After sampling 52 teas Shamrock teas (which became my favorite mint tea ever), this tea’s mild mint flavor was a personal disapoinment.

But this is no reflection of 52teas quality, as how did they get a tea to mimic champage? Upon removing the filter after steeping, I think I actually saw champagne bubbles. This tea does magically capture the “dryness” of champane.. but for me, I am not a champagne fan. Shoot, the only champagne my sweet tooth likes is some bargain brand (Verdi?) sold at the corner CVS

I did not detect any lime notes even after cooling…

Janefan

Ah, Verdi Spumante! It’s cheap but yummy (I have a sweet tooth too!). I actually served it at my wedding. A coworker did at hers first, and I liked it so much I copied the idea. Besides, dry champagne tastes bad with sweet wedding cake… I read that somewhere.

Lori

So Verdi must have a cult following…..

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Needed something refreshing today. This certainly does the trick. I think having my next steeping over ice will make it even more so. Especially paired with my deliciously fruity poppyseed salad tonight. I’m loving this sunny weather! This tea can cure my blues on a cool and cloudy day, but I’d rather be sipping it on a warm and sunny day!

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52teas is consistently brilliant and original in their blends. I loved this tea and I don’t typically like green teas. The interplay of the spearmint and the “bubbly” creamy extra is superb. If you are a fan of spearmint, you will most certainly like this. The tea itself has nice, large green leaves which unfurled beautifully. It is a refreshing way to end the day and I have used it as my last little bit of caffeine before I move to the evening’s de-caf regime. It does not absolutely feel as if this is cocktail hour, but it makes a good college try. A sweet, creamy, nifty cup of tea is always something to celebrate.

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

Could so totally see this iced. Hot… not so much. But then again I love their beer tea hot… but then again that doesn’t taste like beer like it should…

Meghann M

Liked reading your notes on this. I’m excited to have this on the way from 52teas…sounds exciting!

Miss Sweet

Yum, I love reading other peoples notes on 52teas. And I second Cofftea, sounds like it’d be great iced!

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Minty? Got it. Dry lime? Hiding, but I think it’s there. Champagne? I’m a teetotaler so I’ll just have to take 52teas’ word for that one. Thinking this would be really nice chilled, if not iced. Thanks, Lori, for this one—-hoping this cup will chase the cobwebs out of my head; half of a 1500-word article to write this afternoon.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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