Berried Treasure

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Edit tea info Last updated by Meghann M
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Thanks to *MeghannM* I had the opportunity to sample this tea. The black tea looks promising with the dried berries and the peppercorns, but there was not much of an aroma. I guess that unless...” Read full tasting note
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  • “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DeWkUzycZw Kenny Rogers Buried Treasure...haven't heard this one in YEARS. I actually forgot about it to tell you the truth. I was pleasantly surprised with...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you to *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me some of this tea! This is tasty. The strawberry flavor is a bit lighter than I expected it to be, and the pepper isn't a strong taste either, but it...” Read full tasting note
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This unique blend is sweet, smooth, and spicy with a kick. Contains: black tea, flavor, red peppercorns, and strawberry pieces.

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Thanks to MeghannM I had the opportunity to sample this tea. The black tea looks promising with the dried berries and the peppercorns, but there was not much of an aroma. I guess that unless the peppercorns are at least somewhat broken, they may be there only for decorative effect or to provide the smallest nuance of flavour.

The brewed tea is another example of what I would call a “pleasant” tea. A “pleasant” tea is certainly better than the average tea-bag but does not really stand out as a memorable experience. This tea certainly has some berry taste and perhaps a shade of piquancy but it’s no better than adequate. The more I drink tea, the more I realize that there’s no reason to settle for adequate when there are so many exceptional teas out there.

This might be worthy of a try for fans of strawberry for an afternoon refreshment.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
LadyLondonderry

Life’s too short for merely “pleasant” tea! :) If I drove, I would have that made into a bumper sticker.

Dan

I agree completely, there is no reason to settle for pleasant teas. I only order pleasant teas once, the exceptional teas get ordered again and again.

Meghann M

I’m starting to think that the teas I chose from teasource weren’t the best I could have chosen. They are all “pleasant” teas, nothing is stand outish, nothing that would bring me back to the store again. I just was hoping to find something wonderful tucked away near my birthplace in MN. Sadly, nothing strikes my fancy.

Ricky

Buried treasures eh? I’m running across a lot of teas with great names today.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DeWkUzycZw
Kenny Rogers Buried Treasure…haven’t heard this one in YEARS.
I actually forgot about it to tell you the truth.

I was pleasantly surprised with this one! Meghann M sent it to me and I am so grateful! This has a medium black tea base with just enough berry notes to liven-it-up! The peppercorns had be concerned but they work well…there isn’t much pepper flavor but just enough to add a little zing to the berries! Very nice!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea!

This is tasty. The strawberry flavor is a bit lighter than I expected it to be, and the pepper isn’t a strong taste either, but it is just enough to bring out the strawberry notes just a little. It’s tasty, not my favorite strawberry tea but it’s nice.

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