Tropical Island Black

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175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “sipdown! Cold brew of this one and it hasn't changed my mind. While this isn't a bad tea, its not really a tea that has a decisive flavour. Really not much else to say about it but bon voyage!” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 5370 tasting notes
  • “Thank you to *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me some of this tea. This is an adventurous tea - it takes the palate on an adventure. It is also quite different than I expected it to be. With a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This flavour profile, it is SO FAMILIAR! What is it?? I can't place what I'm tasting. Orange? but there is no rind in the blend. Maybe the essence of? Definitely pear and blackberry, though I'm...” Read full tasting note
    indigobloom 1341 tasting notes
  • “Thanks to *Sil* for a sample of this tea! It's super-massively perfumey/floral/fruity... woah! Almost a bit too much to handle. I ended up chilling it and drinking it iced as it's been crazy hot...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2606 tasting notes

From Kally Tea

“Arrrgh, Hoist the main sails matey.” We are off on a sailing ship in the Caribbean. Pirates abound, treasure hunting, we land on a secluded shore, and notice the varied fruits and flowers on the islands. A thought hits us… let’s combine these tropical fruits with some tea in the hold! As the rum is ignored for the much more exciting and healthy tea blend of freeze dried pear, blackberry, lime leaves, sour sap fruit flavorings, the pirates are calmed and life is good. Let’s sneak off with the new found “treasure”… Arrrgh!

Ingredients: Black Tea, Freeze Dried Pear, Blackberry & Lime Leaves, Natural Flavors.

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6 Tasting Notes

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5370 tasting notes

sipdown!

Cold brew of this one and it hasn’t changed my mind. While this isn’t a bad tea, its not really a tea that has a decisive flavour. Really not much else to say about it but bon voyage!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

This is an adventurous tea – it takes the palate on an adventure. It is also quite different than I expected it to be. With a name like Tropical Island, I expected something pineapple or papaya or mango … or a combination of these flavors. But I didn’t get those at all.

The first flavor that I tasted was lime. It really stood out over all other flavors in the cup with the first two or three sips. After that, the blackberry flavors began to emerge, and I also began to notice the flavor of the black tea. After a few more sips, I tasted a sort of “sweet and sour” kind of taste, and I guess that’s from the sour sap? Soursop? I’m not real familiar with this fruit, as I tend to shy from things called sour. But, I’m liking it just fine here.

By about mid-cup, I notice a hint … very subtle hint … of pear.

A really intriguing cup that kept me on my toes. I like the challenge that this tea offers.

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This flavour profile, it is SO FAMILIAR! What is it?? I can’t place what I’m tasting. Orange? but there is no rind in the blend. Maybe the essence of?
Definitely pear and blackberry, though I’m not sure how those would be tropical. Lime is certainly there. Must be the combination that gives it a fruity runt candy like taste. Oh oh!!! wait a second. It’s FRUIT PUNCH BUBBLICIOUS!!! YES! Ha, I beat you, you evasive flavour that reminds me of childhood. Wow. First time ever, I can truly say that I’m looking forward to making an iced tea. Gotta say, I’m a little giddy!
Trouble is, I’m not sure if its the throwback to the eighties that’s seducing me, or the actual flavour itself. Thus, I’ll let things marinate for a bit, and try it iced before rating.
Maybe I’ll make popsicles! :P

Kittenna

I should have grabbed samples of the other Kally Teas that you guys got that I didn’t share part of :P If you feel like saving any..?

Indigobloom

Fo’ suresies! add it to the list :P

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Thanks to Sil for a sample of this tea! It’s super-massively perfumey/floral/fruity… woah! Almost a bit too much to handle. I ended up chilling it and drinking it iced as it’s been crazy hot here, and it was still pretty perfumey. I didn’t pay enough attention to be able to pick out any of the flavours, so I’ll have to do that next time (or try with the re-steep). It’s not bad, but the perfume was a bit much for me, to be honest.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
Sil

blech don’t like this one

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This one makes me think all sorts of things! There will be some good nostalgia stories associated with this one – at least for me – so be sure to keep an eye out for the extended review over at Sororitea Sisters :)

In the meantime…this is a neat one! The Blackberry and Lime shine thru more than the other flavors but when you all put it together it’s a winner!

How’s that for a teaser?

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