I really like this strawberry tea. It’s not too strong, and it doesn’t taste artificial like some I’ve had. I think I even like it better than Mariage Frère’s strawberry, which is saying something. It’s about on par with Ahmad’s strawberry.
“Ahhhh! Here's my Black Flavored Tea for the day! I'm typing as I taste. As soon as you open the tin the Dried Strawberry Scent fills my nose and my work cubicle. What a lovely scent! It pretty...” Read full tasting note
“A lowered steeping time and a bit of milk to smooth out the taste of the Ceylon base still don't really help develop the strawberry flavour all that much. This still mostly tastes like a typical...” Read full tasting note
“had a gigantic cup of this while doing my photography project. taking 36 pictures of the same thing is killing me lolz” Read full tasting note
“Hmmm, I'm almost out of this. Seems I drink it a lot Needed a good ole flavored tea I could trust today. Nothing that I had to think too hard to enjoy since I am lacking brain activity today. ...” Read full tasting note
Historians believe that the name ‘strawberry’ comes from an Old English tradition of placing straw on the ground around this fruit, preventing slugs and other insects from enjoying a free lunch. Once you try the delicious Strawberry Tea, you’re sure to see why they were so protective. Combining the succulent taste of sweet strawberries with bright Ceylon black tea, this is a treat you’ll keep for yourself!
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Though I normally like my flavored blacks to be more flavor and less tea, the mild strawberry flavor coming in at the end of this is pretty satisfying. Nothing special, but I was expecting a dessert tea and got a lovely afternoon blend instead. This might be great iced and I want to try that; I also want to try steeping it for less time, as some other reviewers have done.
SO I just brewed up a cup of Strawberry. Only steeped for about 3.5 minutes and still cannot escape the bitter taste of this tea, which is sad because it smells so good. The water was almost boiling when i added the tea too it. Maybe i need to reduce the amount of tea i’m adding to the water or something. If anyone has any suggestions on reducing bitterness let me know. I love this tea, but the bitterness turns me off.