Black Forest Cake Cherry

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Sipdown! Which i think puts me at about 271? or there abouts. In a perfect world i could get through 20 sipdowns over the weekend but i'm not sure how doable that will be given that i should...” Read full tasting note
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  • “1.75 tbsp for 375 ml Dry leaf scent reminds me of cherry "Jolly Rancher" candy smell. Hibiscus is not too overpowering. "Jolly Rancher" scent translates to the flavour near the end of the sip.” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown! Cold brewed this and it was very good, cherry cream taste. I find the name a bit strange though, there's nothing cake like or chocolatey about this tea, so it's misleading. Though the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, I started reviewing this one last night because I made a cup for Fiance and I, because he was doing some after-hours work and wanted something decaffeinated. Of course that was short lived...” Read full tasting note
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Amazingly refreshing fruit tea. Perfect for either warm or cold day, also can be used as ice tea. Cherry cream taste.

Ingredients: Apple pieces, rose hip peel, hibiscus petals, grapes, flavour, cherry pieces.

To brew: put one or two teaspoon per person in a teapot or mug Infuser. Add fresh, boiling water. Brew for 10 – 12 minutes. Can be used as ice tea too. Enjoy!

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Sipdown! Which i think puts me at about 271? or there abouts. In a perfect world i could get through 20 sipdowns over the weekend but i’m not sure how doable that will be given that i should probably leave the house at least for a little while :)

I picked up this tea to share with Raritea in one of our joint orders. Not because i thought it would actually taste like black forest cake, but because the description was cherry cream and it was a herbal tea. I need more of those in my cupboard since i think 80% of my teas are black teas. I’m not sure exactly how long i steeped this for, i kind of stopped paying attention to it. I suspect for anyone willing to try this one out, that 6 mins might be sufficient if you want to avoid having the hibiscus be as present. still though? This is delicious in my opinion even if it does taste similar to other herbal blends of this variety that i’ve had.

I do have to say though, purearoma is shaping up to be a pretty decent option for teas. Even though they’re across the ocean, it only took 6? business days to arrive, shipping is only 3.50 (pounds) or free after 30$ AND their sample sizes come in these fantastic resealable extra heavy duty silver envelopes. They’re like 5-7g! don’t ask why i know that :) Additionally the sample sizes are 10g, which leaves enough tea to play with and get a sense of whether you like the tea. And they’re reasonable priced.

so…yeah. enabler here :)

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
TheTeaFairy

mmmm, will have to check them out now…

Sil

Ill be going through a ton of their samples over the next little while lol

tattooed_tea

Ugh, you guys gotta stop buying from companies that are new to me.

OMGsrsly

I’m with you, tattooed_tea! I keep on expanding my “wanted” list, but my cupboard is full!

TheTeaFairy

I did that with tealux recently, I ordered over 35 different ones cause I just couldn’t make up my mind!

Sil

teafairy – i did that as well, though i’m a little disappointed by the tealux teas. The flavouring just isn’t quite what i wanted.

TheTeaFairy

I agree, so far I’m not floored by the flavoured ones from tealux…but I have ordered mostly unflavoured, their oolongs (I’ve noticed oolongs are not your thing though!) got me excited and some of their greens also and I’m really impressed with some of them. They also have a rare Yellow tea that is absolutely fabulous!

Sil

i think the yellow tea was out of stock when we ordered. If you love it, then i’ll have to give it a try sometime :)

PureAromaTea

thank you Sil for a nice review. Actually we ship for free after 30$ :)

Sil

Ack I knew that. :) edited

Sil

(though it’s about 45$ with conversion for those of us in canada land)

yyz

Love those credit card currency conversion fees, but seriously I when I purchased I left the currency in Pounds and paid through pay pal and I only paid about $2.50 over my original price in us$ which was close to $30.

Sil

yyz – yeah depends on everyone’s conversions. I have a multicurrency account so i’m good regardless but just going by a posted rate on xe.com the conversion can be higher.

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1.75 tbsp for 375 ml

Dry leaf scent reminds me of cherry “Jolly Rancher” candy smell.
Hibiscus is not too overpowering. “Jolly Rancher” scent translates to the flavour near the end of the sip.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Sipdown!

Cold brewed this and it was very good, cherry cream taste.

I find the name a bit strange though, there’s nothing cake like or chocolatey about this tea, so it’s misleading. Though the ingredients are a dead giveaway.

It DOES, however, kind of taste like the cherry filling stuff inside a Black Forest cake, so maybe that’s what they were getting at.

I love Black Forest cake. I wish I had one right now.

Anyway, this was a. Nice, refreshing, fruity tea! Definite cherry taste.
Definitely involves hibiscus though, which I know some people don’t like. I don’t mind it.

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So, I started reviewing this one last night because I made a cup for Fiance and I, because he was doing some after-hours work and wanted something decaffeinated.

Of course that was short lived when a friend of ours let us know his girlfriend was performing at a local bar tonight and we should come. So we did, and had a great time. But while we were gone my computer decided to eat the notepad file I had going on with my notes on this tea.

This is kind of the sum of it, though:

It ended up tarter than I typically find myself leaning toward in tea (maybe like a 5.5/10 in tartness), but the tartness doesn’t overwhelm the cherry cream flavor, and makes it more of a sour cherry kind of feeling. It’s not a medicinal kind of cherry, but not entirely natural either. I think fiance mentioned 3-4 times over the cup how good it was, so there’s that too.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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