Leslie Grove Strawberry Patch

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  • “I was overwhelmed today during my "break" at Majesteas. Too many things i really wanted to try but sadly they pretty much only sell their teas in 100g sizes. While that's fine if you know you LOVE...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks for sharing this one, *Sil*! The aroma of this one is really quite intoxicating. Kind of a fresh strawberry cream sort of aroma. It's making my mouth water like crazy (and even though I'm...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks for this one, too, *SIL* I LOVE the name of this one! It's a tad bitter but not bad! The fruity combo is good upfront but a little wonky on the aftertaste. I'm thinking this would be...” Read full tasting note
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  • “1 tablespoon for 375 ml of water The brewed tea has a primary authentic strawberry aroma with tartness. The black tea aroma is in the background. There is a hint of a smooth creaminess. On...” Read full tasting note
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George Leslie – Leslieville’s namesake – was a horticulturalist who sold not only trees, but strawberries, roses and other plants which made his nursery Canada’s largest in the 1870’s. Reacquaint yourself with the natural sweetness of strawberries combined with Ceylon tea, blackberry leaves, papaya & lime for a delightful brew you’ll enjoy all year round. Superb Iced!

Leslie Grove Park is 4 blocks east of our store and still has some of the large trees planted over 100 years ago!
Country of Origin:Sri Lanka, Canada
Water Temp:212 F
Steeping Time:3 – 5 minutes

Flavour Profile: A slightly astringent blend with a refreshing fruity taste. A touch of sugar brings out a sweeter taste.

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8 Tasting Notes

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I was overwhelmed today during my “break” at Majesteas. Too many things i really wanted to try but sadly they pretty much only sell their teas in 100g sizes. While that’s fine if you know you LOVE a tea, it’s a bit much if you don’t know if you like it. So I opted to have another cup while I was htere and give this one a try.

It was great! I really love how fresh the tea is, and love the streawberry flavouring. I didn’t find it astringent at all. Though I didn’t end up leaving with this particular tea, it’s now on my list to go back and pick up sometime when I manage to sip down more of my stash.

Nik

Got any Steepster friends in Toronto? Maybe you can do a group purchase and divide the 100g to make it worthwhile for everyone. =)

Indigobloom

they will make up a sample for you if you ask nicely :)
maybe 15g

Sil

Indigo…yeah but the offer was then proceeded by “but it can be more expensive that way” which to me means….“we don’t really want to be doing that”

Indigobloom

true, it doesn’t leave them with much profit. Not so bad if you pair it with another purchase. Say a to go cup or another full 50g of something else etc

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Thanks for sharing this one, Sil!

The aroma of this one is really quite intoxicating. Kind of a fresh strawberry cream sort of aroma. It’s making my mouth water like crazy (and even though I’m not a big fan of scented products, I kind of wish my room smelled like this all the time!)

The flavour is pretty tasty as well, and true to the aroma (I’m picking up on that slight bit of artificialness as well) – but unfortunately, it’s also quite astringent. I only infused this for 2.5 minutes, so that’s kind of disappointing; perhaps a dash of milk and sugar would help. I still have half of my sample left, so I can try brewing this a bit differently for round 2, because I really am enjoying the flavour! One of the better strawberry/fruity black blends I’ve tried. Current rating is indicative of the astringency, which makes me all sadface :(

ETA: Astringent but otherwise tasty second infusion, that I managed to confuse with that of the raspberry oolong I also had on the go. Whoops. Strawberry and raspberry are similar…

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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Thanks for this one, too, SIL
I LOVE the name of this one!

It’s a tad bitter but not bad! The fruity combo is good upfront but a little wonky on the aftertaste. I’m thinking this would be better cold. I had it hot. It was ‘ok’ – smelled pretty awesome, tho!

Sil

it’s a little hit or miss. When i had it IN store it was amazing…at home, less so lol

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1 tablespoon for 375 ml of water

The brewed tea has a primary authentic strawberry aroma with tartness. The black tea aroma is in the background. There is a hint of a smooth creaminess.

On the sip, the black tea taste is very apparent at the beginning. There is a hit of astringency that is slightly unpleasantly bitter. The bitterness blooms into the middle of the sip and follows through to the end where the strawberry flavour takes over. The strawberry flavour has a very authentic feel to it without a very pronounced tartness. Mild creaminess follows through from the end of the sip into the aftertaste.

Thanks to Sil for sharing this with me!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 15 sec
Kittenna

Haha, I feel like you’re going to beat me to trying all the teas from Sil… :P

Sil

She doesn’t have 5000000000 teas :p

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