Nougatine Plum Rouge

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7 min, 30 sec

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  • “Okay, Nougatine is just a fun word to say. Sounds like something that would be on the grocery shelf right by the Nutella and the Marmite. Nougatine is also fun to smell. Fruity-sweet; if it were...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1757 tasting notes
  • “Another wombatgirl tea. This is kind of an odd one; the smell of the dry leaves is hard to place, and the taste isn't all plum. I taste a lot of tartness from the hibiscus, which has become one of...” Read full tasting note
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    shetheliving 355 tasting notes
  • “Wow. Opening this package was a treat. It smelled fruity and dark and almost sexy. Yum! No one note stood out to me, but the blend of aromas was a treat. The dark and the sexy left when it...” Read full tasting note
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    wombatgirl 411 tasting notes

From SpecialTeas

This interesting flavored fruit mélange is fruity, sweet and low in acid with the subtle flavor of sun-ripened plums. An aromatic blend of fruits, almonds, vanilla and lavender blossoms is crowned with a touch of honey and nougat. Enjoy this rich and satisfying drink hot or on the rocks.

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1757 tasting notes

Okay, Nougatine is just a fun word to say. Sounds like something that would be on the grocery shelf right by the Nutella and the Marmite.

Nougatine is also fun to smell. Fruity-sweet; if it were a bit stronger, it would make awesome potpourri.

Trying an experiment this afternoon. I made a single-serve pot, heavy on the dry mix and steeping time (10 full minutes). The hibiscus in it hits you first—gotta love it or gotta hate it—but the vanilla and lavender and almond leaves this wonderful pastry sweetness on your tongue in between sips.

Also have a mason jar steeping on the front porch of Shabby House for sun tea. Since the hot tea steeping time has to be so long, I’ll have to let it go till sundown and see how the iced version comes out tomorrow.

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355 tasting notes

Another wombatgirl tea. This is kind of an odd one; the smell of the dry leaves is hard to place, and the taste isn’t all plum. I taste a lot of tartness from the hibiscus, which has become one of my all-time least favorite tea ingredients. Do taste a bit of honey and nougat at the end, though, as they say. Was just expecting a lot more from this.

Pamela Dean

As for hibiscus, I second that emotion!

wombatgirl

I think I enjoyed it a little more than you, but I agree with the expecting more. I was hoping for something that grabbed me as much as the Strawberry Lemondaid does (which is one of my favorites, ever.) And it really didn’t. It was high on the meh scale, but still on it.

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Wow. Opening this package was a treat. It smelled fruity and dark and almost sexy. Yum! No one note stood out to me, but the blend of aromas was a treat.

The dark and the sexy left when it was brewed up, but the fruity remained now coupled with a high sweet note.

I was surprised by the color. It contains hibiscus and beetroot – but it wasn’t as deep red as I thought I’d see. Just a pretty light red shade.

Taste-wise, it’s very pleasant. Light and fruity. The apple and plum blend together well, and personally I can barely taste the hibiscus. I think this may be a little wussy for an iced tea, but I’m enjoying it hot.

Preparation
7 min, 30 sec

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