Green Tea Fruit Smoothie

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “Ugh, I haven’t been able to login in days! Every time I’ve tried, Steepster has failed to load. When I checked Down For Everyone Or Just Me, it always said it wasn’t just me. So, I’ve been...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Hmm, kind of a disappointment, I'll say. Considering how many pieces of fruit were in here, I definitely expected a better, fruitier tea! Alas, that is not the case. Instead we have, in my opinion,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So lately, I've been making 2 or 3 cold steeps at a time. I lose track of what's in what cup. I've started making a list on my computer to remind myself when I forget. which is all the time. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This one is FUN and Flavorful but natural and true. I like this! A solid flavored green. I drank this hot and it was FAB...I think this would be just as good if not better COLD...The...” Read full tasting note
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From Ovation Teas

Green tea blended with strawberry pieces, mango, pineapple, marigolds, and globe amaranth with strawberry and mango flavoring.

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Ugh, I haven’t been able to login in days! Every time I’ve tried, Steepster has failed to load. When I checked Down For Everyone Or Just Me, it always said it wasn’t just me. So, I’ve been logging my teas in a Word document, and now I have tons to post!

I didn’t rate this the first time I tried it because it was a bit of a disappointment. I had high expectations and then didn’t prepare it correctly. That always sucks. But the dry leaf aroma is even more intoxicatingly fruity than I remember! The tea has sat for a while, so hopefully the flavors will be more developed. I added a bit more leaf than last time too.

The brewed tea aroma is still strong, though not quite as strong as the dry leaf. And the moment of truth…yes! The flavor is definitely better. Much more fruity, but the green tea is still holding its own too.

Oh, sweet relief! I was so worried about this tea, but it’s turned out quite all right. First to hit my taste buds is definitely pineapple, followed by mango, strawberry, and then a sweet green tea aftertaste. This is a lovely tea! If you decide to buy it, definitely wait a few weeks for the flavors to develop and be generous with the leaf.

The only negative I have to say about it is the more I drink it, the thirstier I get! My mouth feels parched, and I really want to drink a giant glass of ice water. Second steep for 6 minutes was still good, but now I’m really parched! Maybe it would be better as an iced tea…hmm, I’ll have to experiment.

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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Hmm, kind of a disappointment, I’ll say. Considering how many pieces of fruit were in here, I definitely expected a better, fruitier tea! Alas, that is not the case. Instead we have, in my opinion, a pretty generically fruit-flavoured sencha. Not terrible, but way down on my list, because I find generic fruit-flavoured senchas pretty darn boring. Perhaps my infusion was too short, but I certainly didn’t want astringency (which I did manage to avoid), and 2 minutes is usually ample to get a good feel for a tea, even if it’s a bit underbrewed. I’ll admit that the temp was a touch low; perhaps that also contributed? I suspect not, though.

Anyways, nice to try another tea regardless! Thanks for sending me some of this one, CHAroma!

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec
CHAroma

I know, right? This tea really disappointed me too. It’s pretty lackluster and flavorless for being so chock full o’ fruit.

Kittenna

Yeah! I was expecting a lot more (well, until I read your note, haha). Funny how that works out…

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So lately, I’ve been making 2 or 3 cold steeps at a time. I lose track of what’s in what cup. I’ve started making a list on my computer to remind myself when I forget. which is all the time. Today, I had two cups to choose from when I got home from work. Since I didn’t remember what I was steeping, my choices were fruity smell green or creamy smelling white. I’m proud of myself for being able to distinguish that much from scent alone. :)

I went with the fruity one. Still having no idea what the heck I was drinking, I started to try and figure out the flavors. I got whats likely a bancha or sencha. Pineapple. Something like orange peel. A floral bitterness and sweetness from the fruit chunk, probably. A hint of strawberry.

Looking at my record, I see that I’m drinking Green Tea Fruit Smoothie from TeaEqualsBliss! And I’m not too far off! I guess the bitterness made me think of orange peel instead of mango. It’s not really terribly bitter, but it does detract from the experience. I should probably cold brew for less time with this one. It’s been about 20 hours since I put this in the fridge.

Anyways, refreshing and much appreciated chilled fruity tea after work. Especially since the water cooler ran out of water at work. So thirsty!

and for those of you who are curious, the creamy white turns out to be Coconut Creme. I’m so awesome. :)

Azzrian

LOL yes yes you are!

Mercuryhime

You’re awesome too!

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Let me show you my Tea of the Day cupboard: http://beautsgirl.tumblr.com/post/26952031096/my-beloved-teas-of-the-day-cupboard-aka-how-i This is how I keep track of what is cold steeping in the fridge. I try to have three pitchers done at all times and one steeping to refill when a pitcher empties. As you can see, I tend to go through a tea a day, and I write the date I put it in the fridge. So I very much understand your system!

Mercuryhime

very cool system! Thanks for sharing! I think I used to have a mini white board around here…

DaisyChubb

Oh my gosh how amazing is that?! I love the system – your very old tea house

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Aw shucks, thanks. Painting those cupboards with chalkboard paint is the smartest thing I’ve ever done!

DaisyChubb

Er, very OWN tea house, not old! haha but yes – chalkboard paint is brilliant – you are awesome :D

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This one is FUN and Flavorful but natural and true. I like this! A solid flavored green. I drank this hot and it was FAB…I think this would be just as good if not better COLD…The mango-straw-pineapple jive well together and none are too over powering. It’s quite smooth which is rather rare for these flavors, I think. Green Tea Smoothie…lives up to it’s name! Very nice!!! I like this!!!

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I got this awhile back from TeaEqualsBliss. Thank you very much. There is good sized pieces and chunks of fruit. This smells like strawberry and green tea. Tastes like strawberry with abit of mango slight pineapple and green tea tea. I added some sugar. This is pretty good. I have only have,had one cup so far. May try iced next time.

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Backlog: I had this a couple of weeks ago, and it was pointed out to me that I neglected to write a tasting note for it.

I really enjoyed this. It is very fruity, but I’m glad to say that the green tea flavor is not muted by the fruit flavors. Here is my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2011/08/22/green-tea-fruit-smoothie-from-ovation-teas/

PS: Please note that the special offer from Daily Gourmet has since expired.

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