Mad Hatter's Tea

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Black Herbal Oolong Blend
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  • “This is the last of my free Herbal Infusions samples. And it poses something of a dilemma because if I'm reading the description correctly, it could be either a black tea or an oolong depending on...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Huh. This tastes like I stirred in a _big_ spoonful of honey! It's a very herbal-tea taste; I wouldn't have said it had any tea-tea in it at all. It's a very nice herbal tea, though, fruity...” Read full tasting note
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    Cait 216 tasting notes

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Our limited edition Mad Hatter tea is just as mis-matched as the famous tea party itself! With orange peel, apple, pineapple, apricots and stevia paired with either black tea or an orange pekoe oolong you never know what flavor each sip will bring!

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This is the last of my free Herbal Infusions samples. And it poses something of a dilemma because if I’m reading the description correctly, it could be either a black tea or an oolong depending on what they send you? Or is it a mix of black tea and oolong? No idea.

I honestly can’t tell by looking at it either. A good bit of the volume of the sample is fruit chunks, and of the leaves I see, some could be stevia. I haven’t seen a stevia leaf except in the picture I just googled, so I am not sure. The leaves that look like tea are a medium brown and could be either black or a v. oxidized oolong. I’m going to use boiling water just because I’m feeling lazy today.

The mixture smells fruity, mostly a nonspecific non-citrus fruit scent. Apple and apricot primarily. There is some spiciness as well, which I have found in a number of samples from Herbal Infusions and which leads me to believe it is more likely this is primarily a black tea base, since that’s mostly what my samples were.

After steeping, there is a very fruity aroma. Mostly apple, maybe some pineapple. The taste is sweet and fruity, with a dominant apple flavor. The tea base is what keeps this from tasting like a very lightly flavored fruit punch.

It’s fun to drink something with this name, and it’s flavorful, but I tried it mostly because I liked the name and with the expectation ahead of time that it wouldn’t likely become a favorite. And I was right.

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Huh. This tastes like I stirred in a big spoonful of honey! It’s a very herbal-tea taste; I wouldn’t have said it had any tea-tea in it at all. It’s a very nice herbal tea, though, fruity without being tart, with the occasional tantalizing peppery note. I think I want more!

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