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Minecraft Creeper Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Gunpowder, Hojicha, Kukicha
Flavors
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
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Edit tea info Last updated by Amanda Wilson
Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Presented by one of my favorite tea companies Adagio Tea and their great 'design your own blend' ability, the Creeper tea is my dedication to two beloved things, Minecraft and tea. It is a blend of...” Read full tasting note
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That sssssure is a nice tea you’ve got there! The obvious choice for Minecraft’s iconinc exploding mob is Gunpowder Green, but Notch also says they would feel crunchy like dried leaves so for that we have a hint of Hojicha. For a celebration of the lovely Creeper color we have bright green Kukicha.

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Presented by one of my favorite tea companies Adagio Tea and their great ‘design your own blend’ ability, the Creeper tea is my dedication to two beloved things, Minecraft and tea. It is a blend of Gunpowder Green for the explosive quality of the Creeper and the unfurling leaves (plus it drops Gunpowder!) Hojicha for the ‘dry leaf’ texture that Notch said a Creeper would have it touched, and lastly Kukicha for the glorious bright green of the Creep. The colors look great together and the dry leaves smell delightful.

It smells like a blend of smokey, roasted, floral leaves. Perhaps this is what the air smells like after a Creeper goes boom, though I imagine that there is more of a sulfur smell which I do not want in a tea! The most prominent aroma would have to be the Gunpowder, which smells like a spring field with a slightly smokey undertone. After the leaves have been steeped they still retain their beautiful green color and the aroma mellows out to an almost honey like orchid.

Have you ever tasted a tea that seemed to have layers of flavor, not a typical Green that tastes floral then vegetal, but that you can actually taste the different teas in a blend? Usually when drinking blends like English Breakfast it tastes almost like you are drinking a whole different tea rather than a blend. With the Creeper tea you taste all the different teas separately. First you get a delicate slightly floral slightly vegetal taste, like drinking spring time. Next you get the taste of the roasted Hojicha that always reminds me of laying on the ground in a summer sun-warmed pine forest. I know it is an odd way to describe roasted tea, especially since it does not taste like pine it is just what the taste evokes to me. Lastly is the raw honey-esque smokiness you get from the Gunpowder.

The straw colored tea tastes slightly sweetened, but not enough so to be called a dessert tea. No bitterness to speak of, just flowers, smokiness, and springtime all the way though. It also is good for many infusions, I am on my third and it seems to be ready for more.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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