RASPBERRY & LITCHI

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by TheTeaFairy
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I'm sorry - I hate this....... Ewwwwwww Medicinal, fake raspberry, drowned out by fake acidic citus something pretending to be litchi. I really enjoy Tealux straight teas - their flavors are hit or...” Read full tasting note
    Dexter 729 tasting notes
  • “For the next little bit it's going to look like I am cheap and never buy tea, only drink samples others have sent. It just so happens that both dexter3657 and TheTeaFairy have sent me tea recently...” Read full tasting note
    Littleelle 272 tasting notes
  • “AMAZING, amazing, amaaaaaaaaaaazing. my nose leads the way with teas, for the most part. so buying tea online? unseen? unsniffed? it's true, i had concerns. that said, every lychee tea i've sniffed...” Read full tasting note
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    JustJames 379 tasting notes
  • “Was looking forward to this tea but was dissappointed. I don't often have black tea but will enjoy it ocassionally so my review is based a bit on that. I couldn't taste any raspberry in this tea....” Read full tasting note
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    Ubacat 229 tasting notes

From Tealux

Delicious Keemun tea liquor with its distinctive bold flavor is combined with fruity red grape-like litchi (or lychee) berries and ripe red raspberries in this lightly sweet and succulent fruit and tea fusion!

Raspberry and Litchi is a classic and refreshing tea based drink that is fresh, slightly tart and very invigorating. Organically produced from top quality Chinese Keemun black tea and only the freshest natural fruits that are freeze dried to lock in their freshness, Raspberry and Litchi is equally delicious when served hot, or blended with crushed ice and sliced lemon or lime to make the perfect summer smoothie. Why not keep a pitcher in the fridge to refresh you when the hot days of summer are upon us and the temperatures rise?

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4 Tasting Notes

729 tasting notes

I’m sorry – I hate this……. Ewwwwwww
Medicinal, fake raspberry, drowned out by fake acidic citus something pretending to be litchi.
I really enjoy Tealux straight teas – their flavors are hit or miss for me, and this one is a huge miss.
Thank you TheTeaFairy for sending some of this my way – even misses are learning experiences… :))

Fjellrev

Ech, makes you wonder what the people who concocted such a blend think of it. Did they not try it themselves?

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For the next little bit it’s going to look like I am cheap and never buy tea, only drink samples others have sent. It just so happens that both dexter3657 and TheTeaFairy have sent me tea recently and I am in a ziploc be gone mood.

My partner is away on business for the week so I spread all the ziplock bags on the kitchen table (I eat my meals at work now that nobody’s home) and I have a week to motor through.

TheTeaFairy sent me a 2-cup sample of this. Thank you! I took it with me to work because it’s black and it’s a fruit tea which I can handle with just a bit of sugar. I enjoyed it this morning just fine, gave myself a pat on the back for choosing it. Made one cup and brought the pack back home. I am now having the second cup and as I sit here sipping it after it cooled down a little it strikes me that this tea reminds me very much of Harney’s Fruits D’Alsace. Of course probably none of you thought this and I am not going to make you all drink them side by side, you’ll just have to take my word for it. Or maybe you won’t since the last time I sent out a comparison plea (between Bai hao yin zhen and silver buds pu’erh) I was not all that right.

This tea? Fruity. Black. Honey. Not sure about litchi. Good but not my thing. As for recommending it, I can’t say yes but I definitely can’t say no.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Tuscanteal

I like having the house to myself sometimes :)

Enjoy the samples :D

Sil

haha awesome :)

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379 tasting notes

AMAZING, amazing, amaaaaaaaaaaazing. my nose leads the way with teas, for the most part. so buying tea online? unseen? unsniffed? it’s true, i had concerns. that said, every lychee tea i’ve sniffed locally i have found unpersuasive. so, i took a chance (cue abba!).

what an amazing return on my gamble! this is the smoothest, most elegantly liquored tea i have ever had. awesome with my standard cream and sugar and just as nice untouched (a rare thing for me… reserved only for my favourites). i have pushed this blend like you would not believe: oversteeped, under steeped, forgotten about, resteeped multiple times… i have varied the temperature, tried milk instead of cream. no hurtle seems to knock this brilliant tea down.

this is a very fine tea. refined. elegant. subtle. distinctive. and, i can’t believe it, but it has replaced my beloved amaretto from david’s teas. this is my #1.

thank you, tealux. if i could mark it higher i would, truly.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 45 sec
TheTeaFairy

Ok now, you have me convinced! But please stop abuse your tea like that, LOL!
Since it’s already in my cupboard, I might try it tonight. It would be great if I liked it, since I was not as impressed by their flavoured tea a I was with their straight teas, which I find pretty amazing so far.

JustJames

now i haven’t tried any of their straight teas…. which would you recommend? and no, i will not stop abusing my teas, lol. i need to know if i can forget about a tea or whether i have to be hyper vigilant!

TheTeaFairy

Sorry for not answering that before, busy week! I don’t really know what your preferences are with unflavoured teas, but here’s my selection:

I have tried only half of the samples I bought last, but so far, I’m impressed and will order more of these:
Jun Shan Yin Zhen (yellow tea), Oh, so very refined!
Black Pearl Sumatra – (you already know why)
Milk Taiwan Oolong – for a naturally processed oolong with no added milk scent or flavouring, it’s pretty incredible how milky this is!
2013 First Flush Rohini Darjeeling: Crisp, bright and sunny, perfect tea for spring time!

Not a huge fan of flavoured pu’erh, so I tried the Aged 5 years Naked Pu’erh, and I really liked it. It’s a good rich and comforting every day pu’erh to have around.

There you have it!

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229 tasting notes

Was looking forward to this tea but was dissappointed. I don’t often have black tea but will enjoy it ocassionally so my review is based a bit on that. I couldn’t taste any raspberry in this tea. It has a mild but pleasant aroma which I believe is the litchi. The litchi blends well with the black tea but I prefer litchi with green tea as I found this black tea a bit too strong.

Update: Tried this tea again today. Still don’t like it. Raspberry and litchi are things I love but this mix just doesn’t taste good. Still giving it a low rating.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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