Strawberry Fields

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Fruit Rooibos Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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A sweet and tasty rooibos blend that reminds us of the summertime! Sweet juicy strawberry pieces are blended on a base of velvety smooth rooibos, accented with refreshing bursts of basil and lemon. The aroma is fresh and fruity! Rooibos tea is naturally caffeine-free, and can be enjoyed day or night.

This Rooibos blend makes a delicious iced tea!

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After the beauty of Strawberry Shortcake last night, I pulled this one back out to see it if it was comparable.

Not even close. Not even in the same realm. I had the Strawberry Shortcake from Tea Emporium last night and I can still taste it. I finished this cup five minutes ago and couldn’t tell you what it tastes like. This is definitely not one to restock, in fact, it will probably go up for swap.


and to think I almost bought some of this ages ago! so glad I didn’t. Thx for the warning!

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I tried this tea while I was out shopping yesterday, and I have to say I wasn’t terribly impressed.

However, I’m not sure if it was the tea itself or how the particular employee serving me prepared it. She said it would take four minutes for the tea to steep, and told me to just have a look around the shop or take a seat while I waited. I waited, and then she handed it over to me when it was done.

I left Tealish to continue shopping and immediately burned my mouth upon taking a drink. One would think that it would have cooled down enough to drink after four minutes, but it was still FAR too hot to enjoy or even taste anything.

I waited several more minutes for the tea to cool down, and when I tried it again, it was hopelessly bland. There was none of that rich, warm, soothing flavour that normally comes with rooibos, no fruity taste, no nothing. It just tasted like slightly sweet hot water. Disappointing.

Now, it might not be the tea itself that’s the problem. It may have been how long it steeped, how much the of the tea the Tealish employee actually used, or it may have just been my damaged tastebuds being unable to comprehend a potentially awesome tea.

Either way, I’m not sure I’d want to pay for another cup just to find out.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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