Blueberry BOO!

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  • “Tried a second cup of this one a couple of nights ago. Brewing for a little longer melts the chocolate chips, and helps to bring out that aspect of the flavour a little more. I honestly think I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I've since amended my ways, but as a six year old fruit loops, particularly the blue variety, were one of my favourite things in the whole wide world. I only encountered them when we stayed in...” Read full tasting note
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    CrowKettle 507 tasting notes
  • “I gotta say, this one scares me a little. Not because of the spooky ghosts, but because it smells a bit like fruitloops or something, LOL. Yeahhhhh, this one is not my thing! I'm getting...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It's post-Halloween. I got this today instead of yesterday. I like the little ghost sprinkles. Smells fantastic, I do so enjoy the scent of chocolate blueberries. And the flavour is like that of...” Read full tasting note
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    Lariel 461 tasting notes

From Della Terra Teas

Blueberry BOO! Sorry, didn’t mean to scare you! But this tea, oh, it will certainly give you the chills, even when hot! One sip of this amazing blueberry black tea with bits of chocolate and GASP! little ghosts and you will be chilled to the bone, no matter how hot the tea!

Ingredients: Ingredients: Black tea, blueberry flavor, dried blueberries, mini chocolate bits, mini ghosts*

For allergy info visit our FAQ This tea contains soy.

Suggested brewing tips:
Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
Water Temp: 212 degree or to a boil
Steep Time: 2-5 minutes

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8 Tasting Notes

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Tried a second cup of this one a couple of nights ago. Brewing for a little longer melts the chocolate chips, and helps to bring out that aspect of the flavour a little more. I honestly think I prefer it without the chocolate, though. It’s just a flavour too far for me. The blueberry is sweet and juicy — it doesn’t really need the milky, slightly cloying flavour of chocolate. Still good, though. I do like a blueberry tea!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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I’ve since amended my ways, but as a six year old fruit loops, particularly the blue variety, were one of my favourite things in the whole wide world. I only encountered them when we stayed in hotels with continental breakfasts- aka, when we stayed overnight at the pit stop, Santa Nella, on our way down to Disneyland.

The smell of this tea brings back memories. Hello fruit loops. Hello Santa Nella. Are we at Disneyland yet? Nope.

The chocolate is a nice touch to the candied blueberry note; I never thought to try fruit loops with chocolate milk! I think there some pop tart undertones here too. Aw.. I haven’t had a pop tart since elementary school.

Quick Summary: the tea has a profile of candied berry fruit, limp chocolate, and malt. Like fruit loops, or pop tarts, there’s something cheap and fun about this tea. It has its own appeal and the ghost candies are cute. This cup is hitting that nostalgic satisfying spot right now.

Thanks for including this as a sample, Della Terra, and also for the speedy delivery! This got here in less than four business days.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec
Tea Sipper

oh boy. I had a pop tart… yesterday. :D

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I gotta say, this one scares me a little. Not because of the spooky ghosts, but because it smells a bit like fruitloops or something, LOL.

Yeahhhhh, this one is not my thing! I’m getting blueberry candy flavor, but no chocolate. Kinda glad though, actually.

Thanks for sending me a sample to taste BrewTEAlly Sweet! :)

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It’s post-Halloween. I got this today instead of yesterday. I like the little ghost sprinkles. Smells fantastic, I do so enjoy the scent of chocolate blueberries. And the flavour is like that of the chocolate fruits I had at a costume pot-luck last night. Like having something for warmer months and a holiday treat all at once.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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Happy All Hallow’s Eve everyone, it is my favorite holiday of the year because it is centered around some of my favorite things: pumpkins, ghosts, monsters, candy, more pumpkins, and select gourds. Obsession with pumpkins aside, this holiday has a lot of spook in it, lots of haunting and booing, in fact I am wearing a white sheet with eye holes cut out as I type this. Ok, no I am not, I would be if there was a white sheet in this house but a golden ghost or one with stupid patterns would be embarrassing. Ghosts are meant to be white, or maybe pale, ectoplasm blue. Just like the ghosts of blueberries!

Yes, blueberries have ghosts, how else would we have Blueberry Boo! by Della Terra Teas? (which they have run out of tears, I wanted more but there are other spooky teas) OH, apparently there are ghosts AND blueberries, well that changes everything. I like having ghosts in my tea! Along with adorable little sugar ghosts there is also Black Tea, Dried Blueberries, Blueberry Flavor, and Mini Chocolate bits. Yes this tea immediately made me think of my beloved Boo Berries cereal, the love of blueberries, chocolate, ghosts, and tea was too much for. I had to have some of this tea! The aroma is sweet and fruity! Very obviously a blueberry tea, luckily the blueberries smell fresh and sweet and not at all tart like some much hated by me blueberry teas. In the pouch the aroma of chocolate is very faint but once I poured some out for photography purposes the chocolate was much stronger and blended wonderfully with the blueberries. There is no ghost aroma, but that is not necessarily a bad thing because ghosts tend to smell musty.

Time to turn the ghosties into liquid ectoplasm (no, not Ectocooler) with a bit of hot water. The aroma is much more chocolaty and malty, I would describe the ‘tea’ aroma as bright, not outshining the flavors but not disappearing under them either. The blueberry is not as strong and comes in as an afterthought. The liquid sans leaves is sweet and creamy with note of malt and a hint of chocolate. I do not detect any blueberries (or wandering haunts) but as I wait for it to cool enough to drink I notice the chocolate becomes less of a haunting and more of a full body apparition.

The taste is mild and bright, it really lights up the mouth with its Black Tea quality while still maintains its mild, smooth aspects. It is sweet and malty with an initial chocolate taste. Sneaking in like a phantom is the blueberry, it is faint at first and then as the tea cools (hey, just like when ghosts show up!) the blueberry becomes much stronger and sweeter. This tea is pleasantly sweet on its own, but if you want a real kick adding a bit of sugar and cream makes for a treat that is phantasmagorical, also the color is more ghostly so that is a plus. I have certainly learned that if this tea comes back next All Hallow’s Eve I am going to need to stock up because I went through my supply of it really quickly.

For spooky photos and blog: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2013/10/della-terra-teas-blueberry-boo-tea.html

Nicole

Excellent review. :)

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This tea smells divine. The blueberry scent is super strong. This tea is pretty tasty, too, but I can’t tell what, if anything, the chocolate bits bring to the table. I can’t taste them at all.

That’s okay. I love blueberry.

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