Huckleberry

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  • “Backlog: Thanks to *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me a bit of this tea. It's really good. Huckleberries are indigenous to this area, so I see a lot of different huckleberry products at the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “As the heat wave continues, so does my experimentation with Ozark-y fruit teas. Steeped a pot this morning and chucked it straight in the fridge to cool. Huckleberries, so says Wikipedia, are...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1757 tasting notes
  • “There aren't very many Huckleberry flavored teas - there are only 5 listed here on Steepster, even! So I was very excited to try this one from Tea Licious! It's really good! The flavor you would...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes

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Backlog:

Thanks to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea.

It’s really good. Huckleberries are indigenous to this area, so I see a lot of different huckleberry products at the “made in Oregon” or “made in Washington” type shops, but this is my first time trying a huckleberry tea. It’s quite refreshing – the berry flavor is a little sweet and a little tart.

A ripe huckleberry tastes a little sweeter than a blueberry, but with that distinct tartness that you get from a blueberry that is especially noticeable in the aftertaste. It’s tasty, very berry-ish, and tastes good hot or iced, but I think I prefer it iced.

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1757 tasting notes

As the heat wave continues, so does my experimentation with Ozark-y fruit teas. Steeped a pot this morning and chucked it straight in the fridge to cool.

Huckleberries, so says Wikipedia, are eccentric cousins of the blueberry—scent and taste remind me of a cross between blueberries and black berries. So the flavor is strong, especially when I got a trifle generous with the amount of leaf I used. Tossed in a couple of sugar cubes and that helped immensely.

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There aren’t very many Huckleberry flavored teas – there are only 5 listed here on Steepster, even! So I was very excited to try this one from Tea Licious! It’s really good! The flavor you would expect from a huckleberry – for some – an acquired taste, I suppose – but if you are looking for something different to try – this is a MUST. There is a bit of bitterness to it – much like a cranberry type bitterness – but what else would you expect from a huckleberry, eh? It’s a nice – true – huckleberry flavor. It’s pretty potent! It starts off with a leafy/earth taste and switches up into a berry more-so at the end. This oddly takes me back to my Girl Scout Camp Days…the aroma remind me of the Artists Cove – the make and taste area – must have been near a huckleberry patch or something but the aroma is identical!

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