Rhubarb & Strawberry

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Black tea featuring the sweet and tart flavors of rhubarb and strawberry blended with rose petals.

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2802 tasting notes

Tea of the morning here. This is one of the more enjoyable strawberry teas I’ve tried but the rhubarb definitely gives it something of a sour note. The combination is good here.

I guess my vacation is officially over since I’m back to work today after being gone for over a week – boo hoo! I will need lots of tea to get through this day…

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That first day back is always a killer! Good luck finding the top of your desk and the bottom of your in basket.


thanks. :)

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197 tasting notes

Very delicious AND it came in a bag, so it’s hard to complain about this. It came in the post from my aunt and uncle so that just goes to prove what wonderful people they are!

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150 tasting notes

From my Lucky Bag.

This tea smells amazing. Dry or brewed, it’s a really beautiful sweet strawberry scent. I’ve never actually tried rhubarb in real life, however I think it’s that and the rose petals that give this a bit of perfume and floral edge. It’s not a creamy-style strawberry tea, but the black tea base it still quality. I drank this hot most of the time, but sticking it in the fridge was also pretty tasty.

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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853 tasting notes


Sil sent me a sample of this many months ago to try, and I figured it would be a good springtime tea. I managed to get 2 servings out of the sample she gave me. I’m not sure whether I botched the steeping, but this tea didn’t really excite me. It had a highly metallic note to it that I assume was the rhubarb. Not quite astringent, but tart enough to make me second guess things.

I wonder if some sugar would have tamed this. However, I’m not that motivated to find out.

Thanks for the chance to try this Sil!

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3034 tasting notes

Sipdown! Honestly, I only brewed this up because there was just a cup left. Not keen on the flavour combo right now, though it’s not a bad example of it. Not a tea I need again, though.


Yeah, I do that sometimes – drink it just to get rid of it, even when you’re not really in the mood for it. But… that’s one less tea!

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603 tasting notes

This one definitely has the sourness of the rhubarb. In fact, I am not sure I taste much strawberry. I think this flavor pairing might be best saved for pies and crumbles…but if you love rhubarb, this one is for you.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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268 tasting notes

This one didn’t really pop for me, but it was still pretty good. I’ve neve had rhubarb before, but this tea tasted similar to the DT’s strawberry rhubarb parfait without the creamy aspect of that tea. It was actually pretty tart on its own, which was the exact opposite of what Virginia thought of it lol. However, I was eating grapes that were quite sweet right before I started drinking this so that may have affected how it tasted to me. I’ll hold off on rating it for now. I added a little splenda and now I wish I hadn’t. I think I liked it better plain. This will definitely be a retry and I’ll withhold judgement until then.


Oh, where has the 1851 gone??


LOL, it seemed kind of cumbersome and unneccessary? So I just dropped it. People still know who I am, right?


Oh yes, no worries…it actually makes you more you if that makes any sense ;-)


I feel the same way! After my BF started calling me MJ, my close friends picked it up. Now most of my friends call me MJ, so why not Steepster too?

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237 tasting notes

I am so disappointed. The dry leaf smells incredibly artificial, and the tea itself is incredibly sweet, with no real rhubarb tartness. I wanted it to make go “Oooh”, not “Boooh” :( Will try cold brewing, maybe it will make it better?

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704 tasting notes

Brewed this one up this morning, well, afternoon when I actually woke up…it was a little tart from the rhubarb, and a little floral…it was almost like Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait from DAVIDs, only with a black base. Is rhubarb supposed to have a little floral note? Is something else giving me this taste?

I liked this but ultimately threw it into the pile of tea for my friend’s “this day of the year can suck it and I refuse to get older” pile with a few others.


I found this one was better cold brewed, though still nothing special either way tbh.


Yeah. I had thought about straight cold brewing it.

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6852 tasting notes

FInally got around to trying this one today – it’s been one of the teas hiding in my cupboard from my last mini lupicia order with Cavo from a few months back. This isn’t half bad, though i think i want to try cold brewing it. I generally enjoy lupicia’s strawberry flavouring, and in this blend there is a hint of that sour note that rhubarb brings to the table…it’s just not overpowering of crazy sour. I think the cold brew might help to smooth out the black base in this case, which i think is what is making me not ADORE this one.


I liked it too but not enough to reorder. ( your Ruby Pie is better ;-) )

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