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Tangerine Spice

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Edit tea info Last updated by LiberTEAS
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “I realized today that even though I have some teas nearing sipdowns, I have some old-er teas that I should work on drinking or just figure out that I should pass them on ASAP. Kally teas are the...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4026 tasting notes
  • “Ok.... this smells like something *SO* familiar, but I can't place it. But I love it! Argh, hopefully it will come to me.... (Perhaps it's some citrusy drink?) Anyhow... this is delicious. Not a...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2221 tasting notes
  • “Really good. I'm not sure if the flavoring here is an orange flavoring or a tangerine... and possibly I'm just being too picky. I happen to prefer tangerine to orange, because the tangerine is...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4219 tasting notes
  • “*Liberteas* Thanks for this one, too, girl! This smells lovely! A combo of Orange/Tangerine/Various Spices and it's almost like a festive adult beverage of sorts. The taste is great, too! ...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes

From Kally Tea

We’ve taken our high quality Bai Mu Dan white tea and blended it with cinnamon, orange and spice. We’ve come up with a flavor that will surprise you as well as invigorate your senses. Kally Tea is proud to present you with this highly gratifying taste sensation.

Ingredients: Bai Mu Dan White Tea, Cinnamon Chips, Orange Peel and Cinnamon Orange Spice Flavor.

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14 Tasting Notes

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4026 tasting notes

I realized today that even though I have some teas nearing sipdowns, I have some old-er teas that I should work on drinking or just figure out that I should pass them on ASAP. Kally teas are the oldest in my cupboard if I’m remembering right, though when I say “old” they’re still within 8 months or so. I’m working on not only reducing my cupboard size but getting down to a smaller group of teas of which I keep maybe2oz at most if I drink them weekly. That way I’m drinking them when they’re fresh and sending more time enjoying all the teas I have.

I still like this one, though it wasn’t my favourite Kally tea. It’s not a tea that ages super well, so it’s become a bit milder, which isn’t a bad tug. Over all though, still an enjoyable up of tea.

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2221 tasting notes

Ok…. this smells like something SO familiar, but I can’t place it. But I love it! Argh, hopefully it will come to me…. (Perhaps it’s some citrusy drink?)

Anyhow… this is delicious. Not a flavour I’ve encountered prior in tea, but man, this is freaking delicious! And with a nice white tea finish at the end. Ack, I need more!

ETA: So! I triumphantly return to Steepster to inform you all that this tea, this tangerine spice tea, tastes bang on like some sort of sour cherry concoction that I have previously tasted. Perhaps sour cherry pie filling that my mom made. To be honest, I haven’t quite sorted that part out yet, but it’s crazy that it tastes like that! A re-steep in half the water was also enjoyable (and the leaves retained aroma after this, but I threw them out anyways, bad bad bad.)

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Indigobloom

you can have the rest of mine!! if you are interested

Kittenna

OOMMMGGGG yes.

Kasumi no Chajin

It does sound fantastic! Will have to look this up.

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4219 tasting notes

Really good.

I’m not sure if the flavoring here is an orange flavoring or a tangerine… and possibly I’m just being too picky. I happen to prefer tangerine to orange, because the tangerine is lighter and sweeter than the orange, but in the context of tea flavoring, the two are similar enough to one another that it is difficult to discern one from another. Then again, I’ve never really done a side-by-side to compare the two.

Back to the tea at hand though, I’m really liking this. The cinnamon is gentle, almost a sweeter cinnamon as opposed to a hot cinnamon, although it does offer some warmth to the cup. It isn’t overly spicy. The delicate quality sets the tone for the overall cup, and the spices are also a bit more subtle as is the citrus. It’s a nicely balanced cup, one that I find to be very enjoyable as the weather appears to FINALLY be taking us toward autumn! I’m so ready for it!!!

Sil

hmmm this sounds yummy. i’ll have to check it out when i’m allowed to officially order new tea from vendors

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6770 tasting notes

Liberteas Thanks for this one, too, girl!

This smells lovely! A combo of Orange/Tangerine/Various Spices and it’s almost like a festive adult beverage of sorts.

The taste is great, too! The White Tea base is amazing with the citrus and spice flavors. They all play well with each other. Warming and Comforting.

I really like this! A LOT!

Nik

Oooh, another orangey spicy blend to add to my shopping list!

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1258 tasting notes

Meh. Something about the combination of flavouring and spices is familiar, though I can’t recall from where.
At two minutes and about 180c the cup is pretty light. Tangerine comes through, and the delicate white base along with a dusting of cinnamon. Dusty. Yes it tastes dusty. Almost malty, and I’m not sure what to make of it with a white base!
By the time I got to the cup it had mostly cooled though, and I generally prefer my whites as hot as they can be made. I’ll give it another chance.
Perhaps the second steep will reveal something else!

Sil

lol “dusty” that makes me giggle

Indigobloom

It is!! maybe the cinnamon, being a powder, has trouble dissolving in the hot water? I’ve noticed that in cocoa before, how cinnamon just stays grainy.
Ok now I’m giggling to… :P

Sil

I organized my teas yesterday ….oh steeped and infused leslieville location is 50% off everything today including mugs, infusers, liber mug thingies etc… But I’m too lazy to leave my house….

Indigobloom

ooooh yah I can’t risk going near there. Too much to get through as it is.
I’m on the second steep of this tea and it’s a little better! smoother

Sil

well that’s good..

Kittenna

Ah Sil, is that why you seem to suddenly be reviewing/adding a bunch of Steeped & Infused Teas? I have this weird feeling that I have a couple little bags from them, one a peppermint blend and another a bai mu dan (that’s totally crushed into pieces). My aunt had picked them up for some purpose last year…

Sil

Mostly I just happened to be there the other day and they have samples for less than 2$ a pop so I bought a bunch to try before I ever place an ordere

Indigobloom

Chances are I won’t make it before they close down. Ah well!

Kittenna

Indigobloom….. if you try this again and don’t like it PLEASE LET ME BUY IT OFF YOU. This is delicious! Want more than the ~1 oz. I have! (And Sil seemed to like hers more than you…)

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1392 tasting notes

Thanks to Sil for the sample!

This is pretty nice and delicate. I can definitely taste (and recognize!) the bai mu dan base, and the tangerine/spices just accent it. It’s a nice tea when you want something flavoured while still being fully aware you are drinking tea. :)

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Sil

oh i’m glad you enjoyed this one

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711 tasting notes

i got this sample from whatshesaid, and i think she got her sample from Sil. cuz it was in Sil’s baggies when i got it in my swap box. :) we are incestuous. or, our tea is incestuous. hah. in a cute way i swear.
speaking of which have you seen the movie cement garden? it’s pretty good from what i remember.
i need to see Catfish and Melancholia soon. and finish watching Top of the Lake. and probably watch teh most recent Mad men season too. oh and Holy Motors, i wanna see that too.
and catch up on my Inspector Lewis episodes.
oh. but really. really really. i recommend watching Red Riding. it’s 3 movies. but if you wanna just watch the first one you can do that too i guess.
i don’t really taste much of the flavors in the this tea. it’s fairly subtle. not bad, just mild is all.

Sil

sharing is caring! lol

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415 tasting notes

1.5 tablespoons for 375ml of water

The tangerine citrus flavour seems artificial and perfume-y. The spice flavour is quite mild. The citrus and the spice do not seem to compliment each other very well. The white tea flavour is present.

Thanks to Indigbloom and Sil for passing some of this on to me!

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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193 tasting notes

Tried this tea this morning, but realized I couldn’t taste anything except weak white tea (not exciting enough for me) … Maybe I didn’t steep it long enough or I underleafed, but I am trying to limit my caffeine intake and this one just wasn’t worth it for me. I wanted to make it count so I made some Caramel Matchaccino instead ;)

Thanks for the sample though, Sil!!!

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