Summer Fruit Ambrosia

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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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From Monterey Bay Spice Company

Summer Fruit Ambrosia smolders in the cup, a powerful and stimulating fruit tea that helps to slim the body and maintain alertness in the mind! At the heart of this fruit tea is safflower, whose vibrant red petals not only add color, but also bring essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals to the infusion! Coupled with a robust black tea, this beverage is truly a “food of the gods!”

Ingredients: Black tea, safflower, and fruit flavor.

Contains Caffeine

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6770 tasting notes

Smells of a fruity black tea. I’ll never get tired of the color of those ’lil flowers! :)

Post infusion it’s dark brown in color and the fruity scent blend in better with the black tea…prior to infusing the fruity aroma was more in-your-face.

I can certainly tell there is both black tea as well as fruity in this when I sip it but the play nice with each other and the fruit nor the black tea taste race ahead of the other. I’d say they are pretty “Even Steven”.

I can taste the flower at the very beginning of the sip but then it turns into fruit to never be heard from again. I’m actually happy it’s that way because then you taste the fruit and black tea which is the main feature of this flavored black. It works well!

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

I’m glad “they place nice with each other” lol hee hee!


Don’t you JUST LOVE IT when the KIDS play nice!? :P

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998 tasting notes

Another from BrewTEAlly Sweet box.

I don’t like this one as much. Fruity black is what it should be. Fruity – check, black – check, so what’s the problem. There is also some weirdness in the back. It’s something fake and chemical. It’s just barely there and more noticeable when HOT not so much as it cools. Not sure, just something I don’t about it. Maybe a touch of bitter too.
Dunno, just ok for me.

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2185 tasting notes

It’s kind of weird that the description of this tea says nothing about what “fruit” is in the flavoring of this tea, just that they are summer fruits. For me, ambrosia is a creamy fruit salad with marshmallows; sorry, my southern is showing! I doubt that’s what they’re going for here, though.

The steeped tea indeed smells like fruit and black tea in a way that is both nice and a bit worrisome (the scent of bitterness?). Fortunately, no bitterness in the taste. I would say it’s peachy along with some other fruit, but I really can’t identify them. The black tea base is present in the flavor and is decent but not great. Overall I’m left with a feeling of ‘meh’… this tea isn’t bad, but I’m not going to be craving it.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I’m not from the south but that is how I remember ambrosia too.


mmmm ambrosia salad is the best! Also reminds me of Edward Scissorhands ^^

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I was thinking this would be a really good iced tea, and I’m glad I was proved right! For a black tea, this made a really light infusion. Excuse me for my naivete; I don’t often drink black teas. This was really awesome though! It was so fruity and the distribution of the fruit tends to be in the palatal region of the mouth, rather than somewhere further back in the velar region, like the Happy Tea.

Iced 8 min or more

I can tell you’re a linguist from this post. ;)


Your comment actually made me laugh out loud! Thanks.

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