Carnival Blend

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From Georgia Tea Company

Ingredients: apple bits, candied papaya bits (papaya, sugar), raisins, beetroot bits, flavor, strawberry slices, popcorn (corn, sugar, rape oil)

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Thanks for another one to try, momo! I appreciate it! This one is fun! I spotted a whole piece of popcorn in the blend, so of course that had to go in the infuser. I’m thinking I need some other kind of infusers because the two I have barely hold one teaspoon of tea with no room for expansion… I know teas like this one require a bit more than one teaspoon, especially if a whole popcorn piece is taking up much of that space!

The steep color is pinkish orange. I kept sipping during the long infusion to figure out the steep time and the flavor kept getting better and better! Without looking at the ingredients list, I could have swore this had almonds in it… since it reminds me of the lovely Joy’s Teaspoon Almond Cookie. It must be the beetroot pieces and apple then? I’ll have to look. This actually does taste like caramel corn. I don’t know what might be giving it a caramel flavor, but it is pretty sweet! Could be the fruit pieces too. And again, no hibiscus! Another example of a hibiscusless deliciousness blend. I have no idea why it might be called carnival.. other than it is a fun mix of ingredients! I like this one.. lots. Snow is in the forecast. bleh. already? This year went by so fast…wasn’t it just snowing? I wish I were at a carnival!


Finum infuser baskets!! I’m guessing you use teaballs? I learned that although they work for some teas, the infuser baskets are waaaaaay nicer!


Agree, no teaball, infinum basket!


I use The Republic of Tea’s Little Dipper Infuser and another like it. But I just googled those baskets and I should definitely get one of those!


Snoooowww!! <3

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Amanda sent this to me! Thanks so much!

This is different…as she mention :)

It’s like candy, popcorn, fruit, and a girlie drink all in one. The popcorn and the fruit notes conflict for me in this particular blend. It leaves a FUNKY after taste. It’s VERY sweet.

I can taste all of the ingredients individually as well as together. As it cools the popcorn flavors take a back seat and the fruity and wine notes step up to the plate.

I am grateful there isn’t hibiscus in this…so a few points there…but the aftertaste has me grimacing a bit.

It’s not bad but not really my cuppa either.

I’m very glad I got to try it tho! I’m always interested in the different ones! Thanks again Amanda!

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This is different. I let it steep for a really long time because it was pretty blah after 5 minutes. It’s somewhat better now, but nothing jumps out at me about it.

I get the apple and a bit of papaya, the sweetness comes with a beet flavor. I don’t know what the popcorn is adding, I got a big kernel in this cup, and I’m not getting anything toasty or savory from it.

I like this way better cold. I can taste the fruits in here a bit better, but I’m still not entirely a fan of it.
It tastes like very sweet cider. I’m gonna see if it’s any better if it’s cold.

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