Red Velvet

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Black Tea
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  • “Such a pretty tea and it smells absolutely amazing however the flavor does not seem to transfer from aroma to the steeped cup. I do not care for the floating flavoring or sweetening agent "scum" on...” Read full tasting note
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    azzrian 807 tasting notes
  • “I got this from the new tea company in sample size. There is only enough in the bag for one cup. So I brewed it up and found the black tea was stronger the red velvet. Also the bags are not labeled...” Read full tasting note
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    Aedon2 587 tasting notes

From Makers Tea

Wrap yourself in the warm embrace of a red velvet cupcake, float away on the chocolate flavor and velvet texture. We love this cake, which is why we simply had to have a tea to go with it. Enjoy this anytime of the day – you will not regret it! Steeping tips
Amount: 1 teaspoon
Temp: 208F (boiling = 212F)
Time: 5 mins
Caffeine: Med
Flavored: Yes

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807 tasting notes

Such a pretty tea and it smells absolutely amazing however the flavor does not seem to transfer from aroma to the steeped cup. I do not care for the floating flavoring or sweetening agent “scum” on the surface of the tea liquid. This is reminiscent of David’s Tea and while not terrible, just not something I go seeking out in tea. I do feel that again this is close but not quite there yet. There is a nice cakey flavor, a slight chocolate flavor which is perfect for the red velvet cake idea, and it is creamy, but the after taste from the sweetener is not enjoyable.

Kittenna

I’m really starting to hate that scumminess too… I find it’s most often from sprinkles or other candies, although I think I’ve noticed it inexplicably in other teas as well. Particularly gross when the tea cools. (Yogurt pieces probably fall into the same category for some people, but I can tolerate them a bit better.)

Azzrian

Exactly! Whatever causes it – whatever the ingredient is – flavoring, sprinkles, sweetener, etc – my advice to tea blenders … TAKE IT OUT and find another way to get the end product you want! PLEASE! :)

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I got this from the new tea company in sample size. There is only enough in the bag for one cup. So I brewed it up and found the black tea was stronger the red velvet. Also the bags are not labeled although there is a card that listed what teas came in the package. I would like to see labels (with ingredient list) on them. I wouldn’t buy a 1oz though as I didn’t feel it was anything special.

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