Beer Tea

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Black Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “My 1ST MAN TEA! Well if you don't count Mayan Chocolate Chai, because that's a cross over. Emeric from Harney & Son's ordered it and decided it just wasn't his cuppa, so he passed it along to me. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This one has been on my shopping list since Frank created it! Thanks to Rachel I was able to sample it! This is a fun tea! It smells like warm beer...some people may not think that is very fun...” Read full tasting note
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  • “There certainly is a *hint* of beer flavor here. Basically I would call it a decent, strong black tea with a certain creaminess and a bit of maltiness. But I've had maltier blacks and creamier...” Read full tasting note
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    Doulton 255 tasting notes
  • “Thank you *Doulton* for this tea. I have been curious about it for some time. :-) This one really scared me. If you smelled it you would have been scared too. However, it isn't bad. As a matter...” Read full tasting note
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    RachanaC 430 tasting notes

From Man Teas

Well, you had to know this was coming from ManTeas! We’ve been quietly working on it for a while now and we are now proud to present our BEER Flavored Black Tea!

This is a non-alcoholic beverage, so drinking it won’t make you think your girlfriend is as hot as this, but if you are looking for a manly tea, it doesn’t get any better than this!

About Man Teas View company

We here at Zoomdweebie’s (where we are “Nerdy About Tea”) have started this website to showcase only the manliest of teas. You won’t find any rose petal teas here, or any teas that smell like your grandmother’s air freshener. This is man tea country.

15 Tasting Notes

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My 1ST MAN TEA! Well if you don’t count Mayan Chocolate Chai, because that’s a cross over. Emeric from Harney & Son’s ordered it and decided it just wasn’t his cuppa, so he passed it along to me. I really think that our tastebuds are created differently so we can bless others by giving them things we don’t care for.

I’m prefacing this by saying that, save chai, I’m just not a black tea person. And I hate beer. That being said, when it comes to tea- I have to try pretty much everything. The weirder it sounds, the more I want to try it. And if beer tea doesn’t sound weird enough, how’s hot beer tea for ya? Ummm… Yeah…

So anyway, 2.25g tea in 6oz water just below boiling. This is too funny… now this may be because I microwaved my water (microwaving does funky things to water), but as soon as the water hit the tea leaves, it foamed like beer! I’ve seen that occassionally, but unlike other times, when I ran my finger over the foam after decanting it was much thicker. My finger wiped away the foam where my finger had been but left the surrounding foam unaffected. Strange…

The liquor is a basic dark brown that you’d expect from a black tea, no reddish tones. The aroma is mostly of the black tea w/ a very faint hint of beer.

When I taste it, I’m surprised. The flavor profile is exactly like the aroma- mostly black tea w/ a hint of beer. There’s also a lot of dryness to the mouth feel. It reminds me of a very dry wine. It almost makes me feel like there’s sandpaper on my tongue or that I need to brush my teeth.

Conclusions: Very good dry black tea w/ a hint of beer. I don’t think the flavor of beer is strong enough as I’m not sure I could define this as tasting of beer if I didn’t know it was supposed to be.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Eric Walter

HAHA! Awesome! I’m always to scared to purchase anything this out of the box. Maybe I need to “man” up ;-)

TeaEqualsBliss

I’d purchase it just to see it foam! LOL

Cofftea

Yeah my tongue has more balls than most guys. I was visiting my ex out in Seattle one time and watched a quad rugby scrimmage (the Spokane team) and went to the wing bar near campus. I ordered a hell wing (you have to sign a waver for it) and none of the big macho guys did. The were all looking at me like “Oh my gosh, you’re awesome- I’d never do that!”. It was worth almost dying for:)

LENA

I MUST try this one! I love beer. Mmmm! And the fact that it foams is outstanding.

Cofftea

2nd infusion, 4 min. No foamage Liquor is quite a bit lighter, and reddish. The aroma is dry. This infusion is more like a wine than beer. The mouth feel is still very dry but the flavor is sweet.

Cofftea

oops, 2nd infusion should read 6 min.

Cofftea

Whoa… what the heck? Now this is strange… 3rd infusion, 7 min. Liquor is a burnt orange color, almost like an oolong. And what’s even stranger, is that it tastes like an oolong too! It’s not dry at all and is extremely sweet. Yum! Not being a black tea lover I normally resteep twice at most, if that- but I love this so much I’m going for another! (Gomer Pile voice) Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!

mpierce87

I bet my husband would like the first infusion, and I would like all the other ones!!

The DJBooth

I wish they still had some of this because I would love to try it.

Cofftea

I KNOW! I’d buy it by the pound next summer for iced tea.

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This one has been on my shopping list since Frank created it! Thanks to Rachel I was able to sample it! This is a fun tea! It smells like warm beer…some people may not think that is very fun but stay with me!!! Then…the taste is quite good! There is a nice non-bitter beer type taste to it. Quite amazing! Mission Accomplished, eh!? The aftertaste is just as beer-like if not more beer-like than the actual sip! It has a malty quality to it that I love. The more I sip this the more I like it! Great job on this NovelTEA, Frank!

Kristen

I would LOVE to buy this one for my grandparents too bad it is not available! My grandpa loves his beer and my grandma loves her tea! I think it would be such a cute gift for them!

Cofftea

Let’s all revolt to get this back!

Butiki Teas

that sounds really unique, a little scary but i’d love to taste this one.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

It is surprisingly good

Charisma

Sounds really interesting. I’d definitely want to try this one!

The DJBooth

Really want to try this one too! I think it would be great to do a whole line of beer teas. Stout…IPA, ect :)

TeaEqualsBliss

Genny Cream Ale :) Sorry…it’s my BUFFALO coming out again! LOL

The DJBooth

I have a can in the fridge :)

TeaEqualsBliss

I think I might order one this weekend!!!! Wooooooot!

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There certainly is a hint of beer flavor here. Basically I would call it a decent, strong black tea with a certain creaminess and a bit of maltiness. But I’ve had maltier blacks and creamier blacks and yeastier blacks. I don’t regret the purchase, however, but it just did not rock my socks off (on this barefoot day).

It’s a better than average black tea but not an astounding one.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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Thank you Doulton for this tea. I have been curious about it for some time. :-)

This one really scared me. If you smelled it you would have been scared too. However, it isn’t bad. As a matter of fact this was a little sweet and the beer flavor was slight and mellow. Not bad, nothing I would purchased but definaetly happy to have tried and surprised to find it was better than expected.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

Resteep it!:) I got 12 infusions out of it. It’s amazing. I love it:)

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I’m not a beer drinker, so I may not be the best qualified to review this one, but it definitely has a hint of beer flavor to it. We also used a nice Nilgiri base for this one, so it is definitely a refreshing iced tea with just a hint of beerishness. Interesting for sure.

Cofftea

This is one of the few teas that I don’t think will be nearly as good hot as iced… but I’m really looking forward to trying it iced.

Allan Jukes

I think I need to buy some when I start run low on tea

Cofftea

Ok so I was wrong. IMO it doesn’t taste like I think it should, but it does taste good:)

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Just got home from being at the doctors offices and dialysis clinic since 8 this morning, open the mail box and yay! I had recieved some of my tea swaps this one came from DjBooth. I like it alot, i’d been wanting to try a Man Tea and this is my first Beer Tea! its a nice dark tea that reminds of a Porter beer, I’ll prolly end up buying some of this tea soon :) thank you Josh.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Anthony Bazic

What kind of tea blend is that? If I got the ingredients I think I give it a shoot..or four!

The DJBooth

You bet glad you like it.

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So I was ecstatic when a friend told me this was reblended. I’ve been wanting to try it for a while now. I’m an avid beer enthusiast. So I had to buy it. It was also the first mail that came to the new place :) So I opened up the package and a very strong aroma comes out of the pouch. However it’s not one of beer. It’s more like wiskey. So brewed it five minutes. Tastes….like whiskey. So it doesn’t really taste like beer to me, but the fact that a tea tastes like whiskey or another alcoholic beverage is brilliant in my opinion. I will continue to enjoy this and maybe combine it with a little Glenlivet.

Cofftea

So disappointed this won’t be permanent.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

It does kinda smell like whiskey but it does have slight beer taste to me but its the taste of a dark/black beer like a Michelobe Porter i love a dark beer so this is perfect, i like it alot. Thank You!

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I love the idea of the tea. It was cool that it bubbled when you poured it. The taste was a pretty average assam and since I was expecting a beer flavor I thought it really lacked. If you tried hard to get the taste then it was subtle, but it was not a strong beer flavor.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I still can’t believe I get 12 steepings out of this! My FAVORITE black.

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