Strawberry Blizzard

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From Georgia Tea Company


Ingredients: apple bits, hibiscus blossoms, guava bits, orange bits, cardamom, cinnamon, foamy sugar drops, egg protein, strawberry slices, rose petals, mallow petals

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This tea smells amazing!

Though, has an interesting mix of ingredients. It’s a fruit only herbal containing lots of various fruity bits, but also with cardamon, cinnamon and egg sugar drops.

Hot without sweetener, this tea is INSANELY TART! I thought my face was going to suck into itself. Sweetened, the tartness is improved, but pretty tart still.

Iced is where this tea is at (with LOTS of sugar) – Loads of strawberry flavor, hint of spice adding interest. A little creamyness. Not flat tasting at all and quite tasty.

Not a bad tea, but it needs lots of sugar. I don’t mind a bit of tart, but this is pretty crazy super tart! I’d buy this again, but I’m a little worried I’ll just be adding too much sugar.

Full review on my blog, the oolong owl


Insanely tart = hibiscus?

Oolong Owl

super hibiscus!

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Backlog from Monday.

A sample from Queen of Tarts. This has got to be the nicest smelling fruit tea I’ve had in a good long time. Rather than tart hibiscus, I can actually smell sweet, fresh strawberries. This makes me hopeful that I’ll actually be able to taste strawberry…

I gave this about three minutes in boiling water. There were two foamy sugar drops in my sample, and I waited until they’d more or less dissolved. I’ve not seen this before, but it struck me as a pretty cute idea. I tried this with a little trepidation, as it smells so good. For once, though, the taste actually lives up to that. It’s like drinking strawberry Ribena, or something. It tastes beautifully of strong, juicy, strawberry, and there’s just the right amount of sweetness tempered by a slight background tartness. I can taste a slight spiciness, too (cinnamon/cardamom?), and a touch of orange.

As fruit teas go, this is definitely a great one. Love at first sip! Strawberry is the main flavour, but the other ingredients make it a little bit unique. Really, really nice.

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This has been cold steeped in my fridge with ice cold filtered water for 3-4 hours now. It’s produced a dark red colour so I’m going to risk serving it. Usually for fruit teas I would steep them over night but it’s a hot day and I require iced tea. Now not later.

So yes it’s a dark red colour and has a slight fruity and spicy scent.

Alright it does taste synthetically strawberry, like gummy sweets, but with a spicy undercurrent (like cardamom pod) with a citrus kick. Not as tart as I was expecting thankfully.

Strawberry, cardamom, orange, cinnamon and sugar. That pretty much does the whole taste sensations that I experience with this iced tea, but even after all of those it’s still missing something. Real depth and fresh flavour could be it. Plus wtf is egg protein doing in this tea? A preservative of the fruit?

Overall it beats having a dry throat but is certainly not something I would buy again. Another tea I can tick off my list to try. :)


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I’m going to combine my hot and cold drink experience into one here, because I forgot to post half yesterday

This tea is so pretty, with big chunks of strawberry and orange, and little meringue and other fruit bits. There’s also cardamom pods and cinnamon stick chinkies. And it smells diiiivine!

But holy tart, batman! It took a good dent in the head of my honey bear to make 16 oz of this drinkable without wincing. And even then I still left a good deal of tart.

Next, I cold steeped this overnight and it’s fruitier and slightly less tart this way. Still makes me pucker my face right up though. After I added some sugar, I found a really refreshing, tasty iced tea. I get more of the spice notes here and they add a good deal to an already nice fruity tea.

I don’t usually like adding this much sugar to my tea, however, so I’m not sure how I feel about it overall. It’s an insanely good iced tea, but I added probably a teaspoon of sugar for every 10oz of tea. Jury is still out on if I’ll buy again, but it deserves the high rating for that taste anyway :)

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