Two Fruits & a Nut

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  • “Delicious cold-brewed. And very similar/the same as Mahamosa's Cherry Kiwi Coconut Fruit. Also, it's funny how the ingredients listed don't match up to what's in the tea, because there are...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2246 tasting notes
  • “I didn't get any of this when I ordered from Caraway because it says almond in the description...yet it's not an ingredient. Whaaaatever. And like *Kittenna* said, it's pretty clear just from the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “1.5 tablespoons for 375 ml of water Infused for 10 minutes The dry leaf smells overwhelmingly like cherry-flavoured "Jolly Rancher" hard candy. Tastes just like a cherry-flavoured "Jolly...” Read full tasting note
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    Rarity 463 tasting notes
  • “Thanks *Kittenna* for the sample! Wowwwww cherry. Dude. I love cherry. Love it! Not so much on the kiwi, though it does balance things out. Coconut, well I'm ok with it here. Not too scratchy on...” Read full tasting note
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From Caraway Tea Company

Cherries, Kiwis, and almonds! Who dreamed this one up? Who cares, it’s so delicious you can be thankful anyway.

Ingredients:
Cherry pieces, kiwi pieces, and coconut slivers.

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7 Tasting Notes

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2246 tasting notes

Delicious cold-brewed. And very similar/the same as Mahamosa’s Cherry Kiwi Coconut Fruit.

Also, it’s funny how the ingredients listed don’t match up to what’s in the tea, because there are definitely cranberry pieces and apple in here… in fact, they’re obvious in the tea that’s pictured here! So why only cherries, kiwi, and coconut are listed, I have no idea.

Anyways, it’s good :D

One thing I’ve been noticing about Caraway’s teas though, is that I swear there’s extra sediment at the bottom of my cup when I’m drinking them. It could be fruit pieces or something, but it looks like sand, and I’m really worried that that’s what it is. I don’t remember seeing it in teas prior, but have experienced in more than once in the teas from Caraway (particularly the fruity ones). Anyone else?

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
Raritea

There is a sand-like sediment on the bottom of my cup from the sample that you gave me. Quite odd…

Kittenna

Huh. I thought I was maybe dreaming that (and had totally forgotten to be honest, my apologies) – perhaps I should chuck the rest of the bag…

Raritea

No worries! I’m really glad that I got to try this! It’s interesting that you found this in other fruits blends of theirs as well. I wouldn’t even have noticed there was anything unless I had read your tasting note.

Kittenna

I think when I wrote this, I wasn’t sure if I had just been imagining things or not, and had meant to check. I had at least a couple Caraway blends since (not fruit ones though), and they were totally fine, like the White Ginger Peach, and… Strawberry Orchid? Bleh :(

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I didn’t get any of this when I ordered from Caraway because it says almond in the description…yet it’s not an ingredient. Whaaaatever. And like Kittenna said, it’s pretty clear just from the picture this isn’t just cherry, kiwi, and coconut.

This is a lot like my beloved Cherry Kiwi Coconut, but it seems like it requires more to make a cup. I think possibly it tastes like there are more apple pieces to it also.

At least there is something to go to when I’m out of that one. I probably should have just used the whole sample to make the iced tea cup of this but I was going by the other tea’s standards. Still eerily close though.

It’s mostly a watered down tart apple cherry juice taste, but it’s so close to that Mahamosa tea….just about the same price too. Weird.

Thanks, Azzrian!

Azzrian

Your welcome – glad you got to try it! :)

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1.5 tablespoons for 375 ml of water
Infused for 10 minutes

The dry leaf smells overwhelmingly like cherry-flavoured “Jolly Rancher” hard candy.

Tastes just like a cherry-flavoured “Jolly Rancher” close to the end of the sip and very much so in the immediate aftertaste. There is a hibiscus-like tartness which complements the blend. Very fruity flavour near the middle of the sip.

There does seem to be a sand-like sediment at the bottom of my cup. I can tell that it’s gritty because it makes a scraping noise when I move it around my mug with a spoon.

Thank Kittenna for sharing some of this with me.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Indigobloom

asides from the sand, that sounds so good. I hope the hibby balances out in my sample :P

Kittenna

. Yuck, I am so sorry.

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1308 tasting notes

Thanks Kittenna for the sample!
Wowwwww cherry. Dude. I love cherry. Love it! Not so much on the kiwi, though it does balance things out. Coconut, well I’m ok with it here. Not too scratchy on the throat or overly sweet either.
Overall, a nice blend that I think would do well iced. Perfect for my midafternoon caffeine break (err, that is… break from caffeinated teas!)

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4923 tasting notes

Sip down! Thanks to kittenna for the sample. I did this one as a cold brew and its pretty tasty. Again, nothing I MUST have in my cupboard but it was nice to have. The fruit and nuts blends nicely in a cold brew….though there are a lot of floaters :)

Preparation
Iced 7 min, 45 sec

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Technically this is sip down #6. #5 was Blazing Strawberry, but I realized I had previously tried it jot and it still does nothing for me.

Onto the tea at hand. The dry notes smell artificially fruity. As it does once steeped. I saw a little chuck of kiwis in there.
Fruity… apple-ish… cherry, yum. So far no nuttiness. This should he called fruit salad. I feel like I can taste a million different fruit in this all playing off each other.
This is a good-un. Too bad i only got a sample. I bet this would also be great cold.

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