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TNT- Chill Out Tea

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Herbal Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by KallieBoo!
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Boiling 4 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “These little pressed disks are adorable. And for the first 30-40 seconds or so, while it was still beginning to unfurl, it puttered around the top of the water line like a little boat. Eventually...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So I was looking for another Red Leaf product to try and then I saw something in the ingredients that said 'Snow Tea'. Well I've never heard of that before so I guess I could try it? Mmm I'm glad I...” Read full tasting note
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    kalmal 746 tasting notes
  • “This is the first time I've seen a tea made into little pastilles that you unwrap like a Lifesaver. It has a sweet floral, slightly hay-like scent and it expands into a surprisingly large amount...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1527 tasting notes
  • “TTBA #7 Interesting. I love the little pressed disk this comes in. Neato! But the flavour? hit and miss. I like the floralness of it all, but it is rather intense, even after only a three minute...” Read full tasting note
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From Red Leaf Tea

Here is the perfect tea to take off the edge after a hard day at work! It is called Chill Out Tea appropriately enough, and it provides the much needed mind and body rejuvenating properties that you so sorely long for. This brew will definitely put you in the perfect frame of mind to sit back and relax. The smooth and fruity/floral taste, provides just the right subtle touch on your palate.

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6 Tasting Notes

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596 tasting notes

These little pressed disks are adorable. And for the first 30-40 seconds or so, while it was still beginning to unfurl, it puttered around the top of the water line like a little boat. Eventually it got weighted down, but that was fun to watch. About the midway point in steeping though, it totally looks like a sea creature lurking in my water.

After a five minute steep, the brew color was a a fiery burnt orange — really pretty, and the aroma was fragrant, mildly floral (in the chamomile sort of way), mildly sweet, and mildly berry-like.

I’m a bit mixed on the flavor, because I’m mixed on chrysanthemum and I don’t enjoy it as much as chamomile (despite their similarities). It’s definitely chrysanthemum with a bit of tartness and natural sweetness. The tartness does become kind of a sweet-tart berry flavor as the cup cools, though. If you have unsure feelings on chrysanthemum, this probably isn’t a good choice because it is very potent in that department. Even so, I would probably drink this again, because it isn’t offensive and lives up to the promise of chilling out that its name implies.

Thanks KallieBoo!

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

What an odd choice of name for this tea! I never thought of chilling out being at all associated with TNT. There must be something I’m missing!

moraiwe

I’m guessing the TNT stands for something (that isn’t trinitrotoluene), but I couldn’t tell you what.

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So I was looking for another Red Leaf product to try and then I saw something in the ingredients that said ‘Snow Tea’. Well I’ve never heard of that before so I guess I could try it? Mmm I’m glad I did! The packaging is pretty cool too. I was sad openings it.
So this tea is the most unique tea I’ve ever had. It comes in little disks and you just pop one into the hot water. It opens up into beautiful chrysantheum flowers. It’s so floral and fruity but it’s also so strong in a weird way. It’s slightly herbal, slightly mineral tasting but I think floral is the dominant flavor. Surprisingly, I got about 3 steeps out of this without losing any flavor.
Anyways, after a day like today this tea gave me such a sense of calm and peace. I would highly recommend trying this while Red Leaf has it on sale. And if you don’t like it you can always send it to me :D

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

….fascinating!

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1527 tasting notes

This is the first time I’ve seen a tea made into little pastilles that you unwrap like a Lifesaver. It has a sweet floral, slightly hay-like scent and it expands into a surprisingly large amount of tea once it’s soaked up a bit of water.

The flavour has a natural light sweetness that actually remind me a bit of certain silver needle white teas I’ve drank, with notes of fresh hay and sweet grass. There’s also a bit of a tart, fruity hint, probably from the goji berries. It’s a bit odd having goji berries steeped in tea, as I usually just munch on them as a snack. Overall the blend is light and sweet enough to be refreshing without being cloying and quite enjoyable to drink.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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TTBA #7
Interesting.
I love the little pressed disk this comes in. Neato!
But the flavour? hit and miss. I like the floralness of it all, but it is rather intense, even after only a three minute steep. I’m not inclined to go for another.
If I had to rate this on the floral meter, it’d actually be at only about 7, but that’s more because it isn’t as perfume like. The actual “flower” taste is quite intense. Oddly so!
Also, I don’t taste ANY goji berry, though I can certainly see quiet a few. How did they pack so many in there?!

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