Apricot Mulberry

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Black Fruit Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “The question of the day is - what do mulberries taste like? I don't think I've ever had them, no idea what it should me. So I'm just going to make this up as I go along. This tea is sweet,...” Read full tasting note
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    Dexter 734 tasting notes
  • “This tea has mulberries in it, which are incredibly sweet. No surprise the tea smells incredibly sweet! I'm not sure if the scent is more apricot or mulberry... I'm leaning towards mulberry, as it...” Read full tasting note
    OMGsrsly 1495 tasting notes
  • “_Wrote this when Steepster was throwing a tantrum before my trip to Vancouver._ This tea smells like mulberry gummy candy, if they were to exist. I don’t detect any apricot, but I can already...” Read full tasting note
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    fjellrev 826 tasting notes
  • “I'm meh on this one. It smells so so good. I wish it were a bit tastier. I will try this one cold steeped next, to see it the apricot notes come out more. I wouldn't say it is a bad tea, but a...” Read full tasting note
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    heathermartin 611 tasting notes

From Bayswater Tea Co.

1 tsp per cup, 3-5 minutes. (New tea not on their website yet.)

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6 Tasting Notes

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734 tasting notes

The question of the day is – what do mulberries taste like? I don’t think I’ve ever had them, no idea what it should me. So I’m just going to make this up as I go along.
This tea is sweet, sweeter than I would expect from a fruity black. It’s nice though, I’m happy sitting here with this cup. It is a little apricot and then other fruity flavors. I’m not really getting much black base, but that’s ok with me. There is a little of what I call citrus acidic. You know when orange juice is acidic – this tastes a bit like that.
All in all, fun little tea that I am really happy OMGsrsly sent me this sample, thank yous so much.

Sil

all i can think of is “all around the mulberry bush, the monkey chased the weasel..the monkey stopped to pull up his socks…POP goes the weasel!”

Roswell Strange

Only thing I’ve had mulberries in was DAVIDsTEA’s Gold Rush and to me that blend tastes very much like liquid Werther’s caramel.

OMGsrsly

Mulberries are ridiculously sweet. I bought a bag of plain dried ones on a whim and can barely eat them. :)

yyz

The wet ones are sweet and juicy, though if not ripe they can be slightly tart. The trees can be really prolific. We shared one with a neighbour at one of the houses I lived in as a child.

CelebriTEA

LOL@ Sil…I remember that nursery rhyme.
I love mulberries…sweet and can have a touch of tartness with them…
I love apricot in tea, if it is a good apricot.
This tea sounds lovely to me :-)

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1495 tasting notes

This tea has mulberries in it, which are incredibly sweet. No surprise the tea smells incredibly sweet! I’m not sure if the scent is more apricot or mulberry… I’m leaning towards mulberry, as it strongly reminds me of Gold Rush by DavidsTea. Only this one is a black tea with no coconut (as far as I can tell).

Ooh, that’s pretty good. Reminds me of Murchie’s Apricot as I sip on it. I didn’t add anything as there were a couple mulberries in my steeper and I knew they’d sweeten the tea considerably.

This one isn’t bad at all. It’s not a superfantasticoamazingomgwow quality tea, but it’s a nice flavoured black to sip on in the morning. :)

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

I haven’t tried this one yet.

OMGsrsly

Do! I quite like it. Not sure if I’d get more, as I do have other apricot teas in the cupboard. I think it would come down to variations in cost, though.

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826 tasting notes

Wrote this when Steepster was throwing a tantrum before my trip to Vancouver.

This tea smells like mulberry gummy candy, if they were to exist. I don’t detect any apricot, but I can already see why the West Coast crew chose this during the recent meet up because it smells very promising.

By the way, thanks to Heather for passing down a sample of this!

Brewed, the base gets a lot stronger than I was expecting, and even though I watched the steeping parameters, it’s a little on the astringent side. The creamy mulberry note really backed off, unfortunately. I was hoping for a berries and cream tea. I didn’t add any milk or cream. Perhaps I should have but too late for that since I just finished it. Not sure if I would buy more, but I’d be curious if further experimentation could result in the perfect steeping parameters, plus milk or cream, to thus yield the perfect berries ‘n’ cream tea.

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I’m meh on this one. It smells so so good. I wish it were a bit tastier. I will try this one cold steeped next, to see it the apricot notes come out more. I wouldn’t say it is a bad tea, but a little disappointing.

Cavocorax

I wish I had tried a bit of this, only for the mulberry. Too bad it disappointed.

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