Cherry Bomb

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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  • “After my near poisoning with Soul Robber, I needed something to redeem the day. I've been looking forward to trying this rooibos blend for some time. This is what initially drew me to the Shui...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another tea from Paul M Tracy! My first sip was WOW! Chili peppers! I wondered why I got that first when Paul said he picked that up last. I tried again, this time letting the tisane sit on...” Read full tasting note
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Rooibos blended with Cherry, Chili, Rose, Safflower, Peony and Carrot. Don’t worry about the spice, this is a unique blend that must be tasted. The chili pepper and cherry match perfectly to a taste explosion in your mouth! This rooibos blend will pop your taste buds and leave you shock and awe’ d. If you like cinnamon, spice, and everything nice, this is your next step towards flavor nirvana.

Contains: Rooibos, rose, cherry, chili, safflower petals, peony petals, carrot flakes.

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After my near poisoning with Soul Robber, I needed something to redeem the day.

I’ve been looking forward to trying this rooibos blend for some time. This is what initially drew me to the Shui Tea website which is turning out to be a favorite.

Opening the package, you could tell this was made from quality ingredients. Everything was brightly (and rightly) colored. I pulled out a dried peony petal that had to be 2 inches long.

The fragrance was incredible! I don’t mean this in any negative way, but the closest representation I can think of is cherry flavored cough syrup. This has some super cherry power and you can sense some underlying bite.

This brews to a bright red. The fragrance is a sweet-tart, rose-cherry-carrot mix. I was surprised by how much the rose stood out. I don’t typically care for rose or rosehips in my food, but this just worked for me.

The taste? Awesome! There’s a mild cherry-rooibos flavor, then you get a subtle flowery palate then BOOM! HOT chili. Finally, the carrot tries to quench the flame a bit until the next sip.

Not only was this a tasty beverage but it was actually fun to prepare and drink!

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1816 tasting notes

Another tea from Paul M Tracy!

My first sip was WOW! Chili peppers! I wondered why I got that first when Paul said he picked that up last. I tried again, this time letting the tisane sit on my tongue for a second. There it is! I got the cherries (which come out nice and strong in the aroma), the carrot, a little tiny floral taste, then BOOM! The bomb went off! When I swallow this is really when I get the full impact of the chili pepper. It warms your throat and the heat lingers first at the back of the throat, then on the tongue, but not in a “GAH! GET ME A GLASS OF MILK!” kind of way. I think this would be awesome to drink when you have a stuffy head and want to open it up and soothe your throat, too, but perhaps the chilis would burn a sore throat. I agree, the cherry aroma and flavor are nice and don’t have that sickening medicine profile that some cherry-flavored things have. Thank you for another new tea to taste, Paul!

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