Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Freeze Dried Blueberries, Organic Flavours, Select Green Teas
Flavors
Blueberry, Pastries, Creamy
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 335 ml

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  • “Finally I got around to trying this tea! Uggg, my "haven't opened pile" is scary right now. I consolidated all the boxes to make it less scary looking, but that didn't change the amount of tea I...” Read full tasting note
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    awkwardsoul 1066 tasting notes
  • “I have several incarnations of this, however this is the first one I'm trying. With so many high ratings, it only makes sense! :) Steeped it low, because I'm trying to be respectful of my greens...” Read full tasting note
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    MissB_Tea 1146 tasting notes
  • “Aha!!! I figured it out. Ha! Two minutes, and an underleafed cuppa = creamy goodness. Not so much on the blueberry, sadly. But then when I have a blueberry cream cheese danish, I seem to remember...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1329 tasting notes
  • “I tried to write a tasting note for this earlier but Steepster lost it... :( thanks to *Indigbloom* for this sample. I got a lot of blueberry but somehow felt that the green tea sort of...” Read full tasting note
    amyoh2 2542 tasting notes

From 52teas

Our Tea of the Week for the Week of
September 9, 2013

This week’s tea is a revisiting of our very popular (and just re-blended (again)) Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish, this time with a green tea base. We used premium Young Hyson and Chunmee green teas with freeze-dried blueberries and organic flavors to make this delicious tea. Don’t miss your chance to grab a pouch of this before it’s gone. (I made a little extra, but it won’t last long.) Also this week, we’ve reblended our Weeping Angel and Banana Pudding teas.

This and other teas at www.zoomdweebies.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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1066 tasting notes

Finally I got around to trying this tea! Uggg, my “haven’t opened pile” is scary right now. I consolidated all the boxes to make it less scary looking, but that didn’t change the amount of tea I haven’t opened yet.

Anyways, I haven’t tried the black tea version of BBCCD and was super pumped it and this green tea version were blended! I snagged the green tea one as I do love my green tea.

Very tasty! I love the candy blueberry jammy taste with the creamy and tang flavors. The green tea is noticable and gets into a boxing match at end of sip with the blueberry. The blueberry wins as it’s there for the aftertaste, tasting like I ate a blueberry pastry. Adding sweetener smooths out the blend more to more blueberry flavor. I quite like this tea and I could be convinced to buy again, but most likely I’ll snag the black tea one to try first.

Ugg totally sick right now with some headache death cold, so hopefully my blog entry (and this) makes any sense. http://oolongowl.com/blueberry-cream-cheese-danish-green-tea-52-teas-oolong-owl-tea-review/

I’ll be at the LA Tea Festival tomorrow, so hopefully I’ll be feeling better!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Stephanie

Yum, this one sounds totally up my alley! Have fun at the tea festival…feel better!!!

Dexter

I have a BOX of unopened packages – large box, it scares me too, but need to drink the opened stuff first.
Hope you feel better for the festival.

Awkward Soul / Oolong Owl

all fails, I’ll be wired on cold meds and mass amounts of pu’er! Muhahahhaha

Fuzzy_Peachkin

Feel better! I hope you can have fun at the festival!

CHAroma

Your little owls are SO FREAKING CUTE!!!!! Did you make them? I totally want them. They’re adorable!

Awkward Soul / Oolong Owl

I do make them! I got a couple already made ones and the pattern up for sale https://www.etsy.com/shop/AwkwardSoul

CHAroma

Ahhhh!!!! OWL BEAR!!!!! LOL! I’m on cute overload right now.

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1146 tasting notes

I have several incarnations of this, however this is the first one I’m trying. With so many high ratings, it only makes sense! :)

Steeped it low, because I’m trying to be respectful of my greens and whites of late. It smelled AMAZING out of the bag. Truly, deliciously mouth-watering blueberry cream cheese danish. I could easily pick out each of the flavors, shockingly.

Steeped, well, I was a bit disappointed. I get a buttery feel, I definitely get blueberry, and everything else is missing. Boo. It’s still tasty, however I must have done something wrong to have missed out on the other, crucial flavors here.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Yvonne

I don’t often like green tea – well actually, I NEVER seem to like green tea – but I still want to give this one a try one day.

VariaTEA

I have this as a black tea and a SBT. I always wondered how the green compared so I will keep an eye on your tasting notes to see your thoughts.

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1329 tasting notes

Aha!!! I figured it out. Ha!
Two minutes, and an underleafed cuppa = creamy goodness. Not so much on the blueberry, sadly. But then when I have a blueberry cream cheese danish, I seem to remember there being less jelly filling and more cheesey goodness anyhow, so technically it is somewhat accurate to my memory. Oh man I really like it that way.
(underleaf by about %10 to 15- for future reference!)

Amariel

I had issues with this one too.

Tea Sipper

I would try to underleaf this one, but that would mean using less tea. :D

Indigobloom

Amariel, their greens tend to be that way, I’ve noticed!

Tea Sipper, lol. Try just less time then. That way you can go in for a resteep :P

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2542 tasting notes

I tried to write a tasting note for this earlier but Steepster lost it… :(

thanks to Indigbloom for this sample. I got a lot of blueberry but somehow felt that the green tea sort of overpowered the flavor. I got a bit of sour flavor which reminded me of cream cheese, but nothing that reminds me of pastry. After reading a few of the other tasting notes I think I may try drinking this as an iced tea since I still have a bit to play with. Not exactly all that I was hoping for but still fun. I will avoid rating it for now.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Indigobloom

Ooooh iced! I haven’t tried it that way. I found it very finicky. Only works at 2 min, for me lol

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4550 tasting notes

Backlog:

I was excited to try the green tea version of the blueberry cream cheese danish. (My daughters loved this tea too!) I think I do prefer the black tea over the green, but, this one is still quite tasty. (It’s amazing iced too.)

Lots of blueberry flavor to this, sweet and tart.

The green tea base has a crisper taste over the more robust “cozy” sort of taste that I experienced with the black tea.

The pastry takes a little while to develop on the palate, but after sipping 1/3 of the cup, the pastry is THERE. Sweet and buttery … which is further accentuated by the sweet and buttery notes of the green tea. The cream cheese is a little more difficult to find … but every once in a while I can taste the tangy cream cheese weaving its way throughout the sip.

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1995 tasting notes

Just like with the black version of the tea, you can smell the blueberries immediately upon opening the package. Once steeped the blueberry flavor takes center stage, backed up by the flavor from the green base. It is a surprisingly tart flavor for a dessert tea, I was expecting to see more of the sweet aspect of blueberries in this blend. Also like the black version of this tea, I have trouble picking out the danish and cream cheese flavors. I expected them to be more apparent with the green base, but unfortunately they aren’t. Every once-in-a-while I get a sharp note that is somewhat reminiscent of cream cheese, but I really have to search for it.

You can read the rest of my review on my blog:
http://www.notstarvingyet.com/index/2014/1/21/tuesday-tea-blueberry-cream-cheese-danish-green-52teas.html

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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318 tasting notes

This was in my first highly anticipated order form 52teas. Hot, I was disappointed. None of the blueberry or cream cheese flavor came through, even with some sugar. I left the mug on my dining room table as I left for the day, and when I came back and it was chilled through the highly technical method of not turning on the heat in my condo.

YUM. Okay, cooled down, all the flavors came out to play. Blueberry, cream cheese. So, lesson learned. Iced all the way with this tea.

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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HHTTB

I love it when a traveling tea box comes my way and has stuff that I have been wanting to try in it! This would be one of the teas. I tried to love the black version of this, but just couldn’t pick up on the flavors that others were tasting. It is a problem I sadly have with many 52 blacks, but I discovered that I love their genmaichas and have yet to explore many of their greens.

This tea smells amazing! I can totally smell a blueberry danish! Wow, I can taste it too! It is a little more of an aroma taste, kind of like perfume as opposed to a bold flavorful taste. If that makes any sense. But yeah, spot on with the taste. I’ll have to keep an eye out for a reblend!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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NayLynn gave me the chance to try this one in our swap. I’ve been wanting to try pretty much any 52teas blend that involved cream cheese because it sounds so interesting and seems fairly successful based on other people’s ratings. I, however, did not encounter as much success. Being that I was looking for that cream cheese flavor so eagerly, perhaps I set myself up for disappointment. This is a pretty good tea with its blueberry green tea flavor. It even has the buttery pastry flavor in the aftertaste. BUT…I get no cream cheese whatsoever. Maybe I would compare this more to a blueberry croissant? Not bad, but I’m still going to be on the hunt for more people willing to swap 52teas cream cheese/cheesecake blends!

Flavors: Blueberry, Pastries

Kittenna

Honestly, I think I’ve only had one 52teas blend where I feel like I tasted cheesecake, that that was Apricot Cheesecake Shou Mei.

Kittenna

*and that

The Cookie Lady

Oh! That’s good to know! You don’t magically happen to have any of that, do you?

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531 tasting notes

The dry leaf aroma is scrumptious! I’ve let this one sit in my cupboard for a long time. It’s way past due that I try it. The verdict? Mmm, this is really delicious! It’s a soft green tea with light blueberry and cream flavors. If I try really hard, I can imagine a baked pastry flavor too. But mostly that’s my imagination as this is a soft, creamy, blueberry tea at best.

It goes along with my snack of roasted squash seeds very nicely too. This tea is honestly exactly what I wanted right now: something creamy with a green base. I can’t believe how tasty this is. The blueberry adds a subtle sweetness, which made me wonder. So I added a tiny amount of Truvia out of curiosity. I think it’s probably better without, at least for the first infusion.

I am definitely enjoying the green version of this more than the black. Frank was on to something when he made this. The flavors play off each other nicely. This is a time when I’m really glad that I have two ounces. I’ve already given away a few samples of this in swaps, and I think I’ll greedily keep the rest for myself. ;)

Flavors: Blueberry, Creamy

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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