Sweet Revenge

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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From Shui Tea

Because sometimes you don’t want to be friends.

Blend of black teas from India and Sri Lanka, flavored with plum and dried berries, naturally sweetened with Stevia.

Hide behind the snappy taste of plum and berry as you prepare for deviousness. The sharp and focused flavor builds slowly on your palate, and it ends with sweetness. Each sip oozes satisfaction. Revenge has never tasted better when hot, but is still best served cold

Never leave a glass of Revenge half-empty — maybe you didn’t start it, but you’ll be the one to finish it.

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First I want to thank Jimmy of Shui Tea for sending this sample along with my order it had peaked my curiousity when I read the description. The addition of stevia scared me and intrigued me the most based on my personal preferences of course.

As it turns out this is not really my cuppa. Of course I have only had this hot so far and it was recommended I try this cold and I promise I will. It was just to sweet for me and the sweetness tasted a little strange to me. I can’t really put my finger on it. It was however plummy as stated but still so far not my thing. The black teas are hardly noticeable, I did wish that would have stuck out a bit more. Once I try it cold I will reevaluate my review but until then I will keep things as they are.

Still very thankful for the opportunity to try it. :-)

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for me, it’s the stevia that throws me off. It’s so odd!

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I received this from Rachel! Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to try this!

First, I figured that I should try a sample today! As usual, I love surprises, so I usually don’t check other reviews before trying a tea. This tea smelled slightly fruity when it was dry. I thought the little green leaves were crushed mint leaves; although, it didn’t smell like mint. Again, as I usually do with black teas I am trying, I steeped it up and took a sip of it straight. I was expecting either mint or bitterness. NOT… AT… ALL… !! I was sooo surprised when I took that sip that it was sweet!!! I didn’t know why it was sweet. It tasted like sweet & low or equal or splenda… ick!

The steeped tea smells like burnt sugar or caramel… I can’t say I’m a huge fan of this, but I am glad I got to try stevia. This is my first time trying it. There is a fruitiness to it that I can’t seem to pinpoint… perhaps berries? Decent tea if you like sweet!

190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

I’m sorry this wasn’t your cup of tea, but it sounds like it might be mine. It’s going on the shopping list!

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This tea is made of green (the Stevia?) and black leaves and has a strong berry fragrance. Once brewed, it appears as a weak black tea and smells very sweet and plummy.

Sipping the hot tea, the initial taste was overpoweringly sweet. There was a very subtle fruit flavor, but the level of sweetness was too great for me. Drinking this hot again, I might mix it with a plain, strong black tea.

I took the rest of the cup and put it over ice. Now, this was really good! The sweetness seemed to have mellowed and I was left with a fruity rendition of a Southern Sweet Tea. The plum was very distinct, so it was as if I had sweetened the tea with a bit of jam.

It appears that revenge truly is best served cold.

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Yes stevia in leaf form is green.

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