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Pina Colada Carmen Miranda

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From Metropolitan Tea Company

Luxury natural dried apple, pineable pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip, coconut and natural flavours.

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I hate hibiscus. I’m ready to fully admit that the stuff needs to go.
I bought this yesterday when I was out with my mom. There’s an amazing little shop only about 20mins from place that has a TON of teas. I had never heard of this one before, so I thought, hey, why not give it a try?
I love the smell of it. COCONUT!!! LOVED the smell. That’s what hooked me!
Taste… :( The poor coconut, apple, pineapple goodness was lost behind the hibiscus. I don’t know if I made it too strong or if I let it steep too long, but the hibiscus was too much. I know this is going to sound weird, but I’m wondering if it’s hard or easy to take all the hibiscus out of it? I’m going to try it again… :(


It doesn’t always work, but sometimes I’ve cold steeped hibiscus-heavy teas and it wasn’t quite as pronounced. Still there, but it wasn’t so tart it makes your eyes water.


That’s one steeping method I haven’t tried yet, but I’ve been meaning to. I think I’ll have to give that a try with this one.

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This was weirdddddd!

I cold brewed it (total of 14 hours), and it came out so odd at work today. Although, I guess I should have expected it. This has lots of hibiscus in it which was definitely a really interesting, contrasting flavour from the coconut. What ended up happening was the hibiscus took over the pineapple in flavour and the result was a fruity, sharp sour “tang” as the initial taste, and then a smooth, coconut finish.

I haven’t made my mind up whether I like this or not.

Also, work was SO busy today! I didn’t get a breather all day. We were under staffed, which pisses me off so much because we wouldn’t have been if so many people weren’t fired. Ughh!

Flavors: Coconut

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