Spicy Plum

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Herbal Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “Cold steeped is where this tea is at. It's extra fruity and the spices add some definite interest. It's unfortunately also where the rooibos flavor is at. Bonus pic: A teacow charm I just...” Read full tasting note
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    moraiwe 616 tasting notes
  • “Twelfth tea sampled from TTB-C Yet another tea containing ginger and I didn't notice at all. I also didn't notice that there was rooibos in it. It tastes like a berry and hibiscus mix, no...” Read full tasting note
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    Flightysprite 480 tasting notes
  • “*Tea #4 from Traveling Tea Box C* So, the first ingredient listed is Saigon tea. I don't have any clue what that is, but it's definitely not camellia sinensis. I am not hibiscus shy, but this...” Read full tasting note
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    Fiddling 93 tasting notes

From Cameron's

Blend of Saigon tea, cinnamon, Chinese ginger, South African rooibos, Sudanese hibiscus, Chilean rose hips, and natural flavor. Caffeine free.

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4 Tasting Notes

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Cold steeped is where this tea is at. It’s extra fruity and the spices add some definite interest.

It’s unfortunately also where the rooibos flavor is at.

Bonus pic: A teacow charm I just made! (being in Wisconsin and all). He’s so fresh I haven’t even baked him yet!

http://bit.ly/13q4m1U

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
Rie

Wow! You made it from scratch (clay…?) ?

moraiwe

Yeah. Just polymer clay :)

CHAroma

Super cute!

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Twelfth tea sampled from TTB-C

Yet another tea containing ginger and I didn’t notice at all. I also didn’t notice that there was rooibos in it.

It tastes like a berry and hibiscus mix, no spice at all. I generally like fruit and hibiscus blends, but I prefer straight-up hibiscus. As far as blends go, this wasn’t bad, though It doesn’t live up to it’s description.

I expected that my husband would like it, so after drinking about half of my cup, I gave him the rest. I was correct, he did like it. He said he rated it 95, then 98, then as he finished it he contemplated giving it even a 100. There are only 2 servings left in the bag, and since it doesn’t look like a popular blend here, hopefully no one will miss it from the box if I keep it for him :)

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Tea #4 from Traveling Tea Box C

So, the first ingredient listed is Saigon tea. I don’t have any clue what that is, but it’s definitely not camellia sinensis.

I am not hibiscus shy, but this tisane is a whole lot of flavorless, stale hibiscus. The plum and spice promised in its name were nowhere to be found. I dumped the cup after a few sips, which is something I rarely do.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
JustJames

this sound like something i would dump in with a strong black, cold steep and sugar to death…. okay, simple syrup to death.

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