Pomegranate Fruit

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Edit tea info Last updated by Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.
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165 °F / 73 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Usually when I receive samples it's the Lapsang Souchongs and other smokey teas that I usually separate from the rest of the teas. With the Georgia Tea Company samples it was _this_ tea that I...” Read full tasting note
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    Rabs 357 tasting notes
  • “I've been burned by so many fruit teas that I was hesitant to try this one. I put it in a drawer when I got it and I've been giving it the evil eye every time I open the drawer. But not to fear,...” Read full tasting note
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    kristinthomas 302 tasting notes
  • “sipdown! I needed something without caffeine just to change things up a bit. While this isn't a bad fruity tea, it's more a generic fruity like all those other fruity teas with hibiscus in it sort...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4942 tasting notes
  • “This is an interesting tea. It's a fruity herbal. The pomegranate flavor is quite nice - tastes like pomegranate juice, though much weaker, but the tea finishes off with a bit of raisiny and...” Read full tasting note
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    awkwardsoul 1048 tasting notes

From Georgia Tea Company

Ingredients: apple bits, rose hip peels, carrot bits, beetroot bits, hibiscus blossoms, candied papaya bits, vanilla bits, pomegranate blossoms, cornflower blossoms.

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Usually when I receive samples it’s the Lapsang Souchongs and other smokey teas that I usually separate from the rest of the teas. With the Georgia Tea Company samples it was this tea that I immediately separated from the rest. This puppy is fra-grant! This is also the most confetti-like tisane that I’ve ever seen. I had a moment of panic when I scooped the tea thinking that a metal shaving had somehow gotten into the mix! But no — it’s some sort of uber-shiney petal. And I agree with Kristin that it looks like there are carrots in there.

The smell? It really reminds me of Twizzlers. Strange, but true! The taste is like a healthy, more tart version of Twizzlers. I think that the tartness would probably fade with some sort of additive (like Kristin did with the agave nectar). I also think that this could be amazing iced. I’ve never been a big fan of fruit tisanes, but this was a pleasant surprise. NE

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

That’s one of our new teas. It’s meant to be iced, I sold it years ago and it did pretty well in the summer. :) Carrots are in it, by the way.

Rabs

It’s good to know that it’s supposed to be iced! I think that the fact that it could be drank hot and still enjoyed is an excellent sign of a good iced tea :)

Kristin

Ooo, I might just have enough left for one glass of iced tea.

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

Yes, sorry, I will definitely mention that when I put it up for sale, plus all the ingredients.

Kristin

It’s in the fridge and ready to drink, so I’ll get a taste of it iced later today. We are gonna hit 79 today (that’ HOT for us); a good day for iced tea.

Rabs

OooOOooo! I can’t wait to see what you think! :D

Kristin

well, I made the iced tea, but then had to throw it out today. My town just went on a boil water order. We’ve been having flooding from snow melt runoff. Didn’t want to risk the contamination. http://www.parkrecord.com/newsupdates/ci_15260526

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

I updated this teas info to include the ingredients.

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

Btw, teh shiny petal you found is a cornflower blossom. Usually they are blue, some the tips can be shiny silver.

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

I just realized I bought a Pomegranate Pai Mu Tan and never even put it on my web site. No wonder I haven’t sold it yet…

Kristin

Daniel if you need anyone to taste that one, I’ll take that hit :). I’d also love to taste that Rooibos Rainbow. I still have 2 more to taste for you from my last batch… the water contamination has taken its toll on my tea drinking since we are using all bottled water (and lots of diet soda). Hopefully our water will be back to normal by tomorrow.

Rabs

Cornflower blossom! That’s beyond cool — I didn’t know that they could be that shiney. :)

TeaEqualsBliss

Daniel – I would be interested as well!

AmazonV

haha don’t bring up new tea here Dan, it’s like catnip everyone comes out and goes WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Kristin

we can’t help it. :)

AmazonV

@kristin must try all teas! yup yup it’s a delicious impulse :)

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

Haha, I love you guys.

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I’ve been burned by so many fruit teas that I was hesitant to try this one. I put it in a drawer when I got it and I’ve been giving it the evil eye every time I open the drawer. But not to fear, this one is good! Thanks to Daniel from Georgia Tea Company for sending me a sample of this.

I’m not sure what’s in it and I can’t find it on the website. Looks like pomegranate, carrots (?), pineapple, blue blossoms… and maybe apple? It interestingly tastes like it has vanilla too. The flavor is raspberry vanilla orange (in that order)… with a creamsicle flavor at the end. I’m guessing the raspberry is actually the pomegranate since I think those flavors are similar.

The more I drink it, the more I like it. Sorry, but I don’t think I’ll be sharing the rest of this sample. :P

Sweetened with a touch of agave nectar.
2 heaping tsp to 11 oz.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Rabs

Oooh — this one had me concerned too. The fragrance is great, but I too have had prior issues with fruit teas. Now I’m pretty excited to try this! :)

TeaEqualsBliss

SOUNDS interesting!

Kristin

I hope you like it as much as I do. I love the vanilla in it.

malomorgen

oh agave nectar sounds interesting too…

Kristin

Agave nectar is a great sweetener for tea. It doesn’t have much flavor (other than a malty sweetness) and it’s liquid so it dissolves easily. You can get it at any Whole Foods, or healthy grocery store.

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

This is a new tea and I’m not selling it yet. I was waiting on a review from you to put it on my web site. :P Thanks!

Kristin

Thanks Daniel. I’m 99% sure I’ll need to order some of this. :)

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sipdown! I needed something without caffeine just to change things up a bit. While this isn’t a bad fruity tea, it’s more a generic fruity like all those other fruity teas with hibiscus in it sort of fruity tea. sense make? :) It’s not a bad tea, but it’s not really a pomegranate tea. Oh well, still decent!

Terri HarpLady

I kept the rest of that from the HHTTB. Somewhere in my mind I thought this would make a coldbrew, mixed with some other flavors. I haven’t done anything with it yet, of course!

Sil

i think it would make a good cold brew….speaking of which, i totally put my sichuan caravan in cold water once i couldn’t drink anymore hot haha

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This is an interesting tea. It’s a fruity herbal. The pomegranate flavor is quite nice – tastes like pomegranate juice, though much weaker, but the tea finishes off with a bit of raisiny and vanilla flavor.

Totally not a fan of the raisin and vanilla mix with this tea. Tart pomegranate mixed with warmy sweet raisin and creamy doesn’t agree with me. I do love the pomegranate in this tea though. The best application has to be iced as it tastes like pomegranate juice, but with the weird flavors at the end. Worst was cold steeped – it was just pure on raisin tea. Not for me, but I’m sure someone out there will enjoy this tea! Anyways – this tea is in my swap pile, I hope it’ll find a loving new home!

Full Review on my blog, The Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/pomegranate-fruit-from-georgia-tea-company-tea-review/
(fyi, prewrote this review before I got a cold, so it’s not my weird sinus cold making the tea taste funny).

Preparation
Iced

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