Fiesta Fusion

Tea type
Black Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Flowers
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Thanks to Teajo for the generous sample! I don't normally drink too many black/green tea blends. I've found they can be finicky and hard to manage. But, when I got the opportunity to try a tea...” Read full tasting note
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    forkyfork 166 tasting notes
  • “Today after cleaning my Breville it turned out so shiny and new I wanted to try something a little different. Something I've never quite tried before...Fiesta Fusion seemed like the perfect...” Read full tasting note
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    Mrnixonpants 52 tasting notes
  • “So I tried this tea for the first time today. I put it in my travel cup I got from work and used the precise temp that was reccomended. I steeped it for three minutes but IMO I don't think that is...” Read full tasting note
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    GiggleGoddess 57 tasting notes
  • “I feel rather surprised by this tea...I had two cups of it and it still didn't impress me enough to write a note during it. With that said, though, it's not a bad tea. The black and green teas...” Read full tasting note
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    Pyroxy 165 tasting notes

From Teajo Teas

We combined whole leaf sencha (green tea), black tea and natural fruit flavorings to create a delicious fiesta of flavors for your palette!

Tea Type/Origin
The green tea in this blend, known as Sencha, originates from China. What makes Sencha so unique is that the tea leaves are initially steamed vs. pan fried, which results in a greener color and more vegetal (grassy) flavor. The black tea is single estate and originates from a garden in Northern India known for producing full-bodied tea.

Ingredients
Full leaf black tea, full leaf green tea, rose petals, tea flowers, orange peels and natural flavors.

Brewing
Brew 1 teaspoon loose tea in hot water (180 – 212˚F) for 3 minutes.

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5 Tasting Notes

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166 tasting notes

Thanks to Teajo for the generous sample!

I don’t normally drink too many black/green tea blends. I’ve found they can be finicky and hard to manage. But, when I got the opportunity to try a tea from Teajo, it jumped out at me so I thought I would give it a go. The tea has a very pleasant smell to it, and you can definitely smell the orange peel.

The brewing parameters are all of over the place for the tea. Apparently you can use anywhere from 180-212 F degree water? That’s a pretty big range. I’ve always been told to brew a blend at the most delicate level – so since greens are more delicate than black, brew it like a green.

Once brewed, this definitely tastes more like a black than a green. I imagine people who are a fan of “breakfast” blends or Assam would be a fan of this as well. It’s not quite as astringent as a breakfast blend would be, which makes it more appealing (I’m such a wimp when it comes to bitterness). The flavors are very light on this.

This is definitely a more unique tea and not bad.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Ysaurella

I was like you Rachel I wasn’t very attracted by black/green blends because I found them difficult to brew properly. I found Prince Igor of Mariage Frères and I really changed my mind. I’ll try this one if I can

Babble

Hmm.. I’ll have to check that one too. Thanks for the rec.

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Today after cleaning my Breville it turned out so shiny and new I wanted to try something a little different. Something I’ve never quite tried before…Fiesta Fusion seemed like the perfect candidate. I’ve never had a black/green blend before. When I ripped open the package it smelled very fruity. I was amazed by how much tea was in this sample thank you so much Teajo Teas!

I love the color of this tea! Or maybe I was just so happy watching my shiny like-new Breville go to work, but either way I really enjoyed watching this brew. It smells deliciously fruity. I would agree that this is more black than green, but I’m guessing that’s because black is more overpowering than green. The blending here is really well done. It’s got a nice black aspect that I love but without any astringency at all and the green gives it a bit of a grassy aspect, but in a way that is not bitter. This tea is absolutely smooth. There is a nice fruity tone in the background that adds a really beautiful sweetness.

I really do like this one. If you’re looking for something a little different, try this!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Babble

Yay I got this one too. Yay sample buddies!

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57 tasting notes

So I tried this tea for the first time today. I put it in my travel cup I got from work and used the precise temp that was reccomended. I steeped it for three minutes but IMO I don’t think that is long enough for this tea (even though it’s a mixture).

I ended up taking my first sip in the car on my way to work and burnt my togue…then spit it out (cause it was SO HOT) onto my legs and ended up burning my legs a little too. Suffice to say, I didn’t attempt another sip on the trip.

It’s not too bad…IMO it was kind of weak…the fruit flavors (orange) were kind of faint and it wasn’t that mind blowingly amazing. I think with a longer steep time I can coax out the flavor…if that comprises the green tea in this blend then so be it, lol!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I feel rather surprised by this tea…I had two cups of it and it still didn’t impress me enough to write a note during it.

With that said, though, it’s not a bad tea. The black and green teas meld together delightfully and the fruit flavours – though a bit pedestrian in execution – are enjoyable enough. It resteeps and handles sugar quite well, so I really should be more into this tea than I am…but it just doesn’t manage to keep my interest the way it should.

It’s a good, tasty tea…but not the one for me, for some reason.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I’ve had this iced a few times and the rose is what hits me the most. The sweet fruit flavour is a bit generic for me, but it’s not a deal breaker.

It’s a tasty, refreshing iced tea with no bitterness, but I’d rather reorder Teajo’s Tropical Mango or Raspberry Chocolate Bark. I don’t think I’m the biggest fan of black/green mix blends.

Flavors: Flowers

Preparation
Iced
TheTeaFairy

I so agree with you! I don,t get why green and black tea should ever be paired together. As much as I love Most of Teajo’s teas, this one did not impress me at all.

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