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Strawberry Splash

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Edit tea info Last updated by jeweledthumb
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “*Great Canadian TTB* Thank you *Jeweled Thumb* for yet another tasty tea to try. This one has an amazingly subtle green base. I am getting no grassiness or vegetal flavor, just a slight hint of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*GCTTB* Another green from the box. I figure since i don't typically buy greens, travelling boxes are a good way to try more! This one is quite tasty, which is a nice surprise since i've found...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I only got a sample of this from Tealux and it's not one of my favourites. I don't like a lot of Sencha teas but have been trying a few here and there to see if I hit one I like. It wasn't this...” Read full tasting note
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  • “When I first found Steepster, I went a little crazy during a Tealux sale and bought 100 grams of this. Now I know for the future, unless I know I love a tea, 50 grams or less is more than...” Read full tasting note
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    jeweledthumb 239 tasting notes

From Tealux

This fresh and gentle blend combination of our Japanese Kukicha Green Tea with a hint of hibiscus invites you to make it your all-day long companion. The two fruits are combined to a tingling, refreshing joy for the palate with a level of acidity that does not impose on you. A smooth, sweetly-aromatic strawberry rounds off the pear flavor, being slightly more dominant. You should definitely try the iced version in summer. The special something: the extra helping of freeze-dried strawberries results in a particularly fresh and fruity tea flavor. Ingredients: Organic Japanese Kukicha Green tea, freeze-dried strawberry pieces and slices, apple pieces and cubes, pear pieces, hibiscus blossoms.

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Great Canadian TTB

Thank you Jeweled Thumb for yet another tasty tea to try. This one has an amazingly subtle green base. I am getting no grassiness or vegetal flavor, just a slight hint of strawberry. This is one I would consider buying so I am glad I got to try it.

jeweledthumb

Let me know if you want some more. I’d be happy to swap some more out for you. =)

VariaTEA

I think I am okay for now but thank you so much for offering :)

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GCTTB
Another green from the box. I figure since i don’t typically buy greens, travelling boxes are a good way to try more! This one is quite tasty, which is a nice surprise since i’ve found that i much prefer tealux’s straight teas to their flavoured teas. just enough strawberry to make this one a positive experience for me, without the green taking over and making it grassy. Also, not sour, which makes me happy.

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I only got a sample of this from Tealux and it’s not one of my favourites. I don’t like a lot of Sencha teas but have been trying a few here and there to see if I hit one I like. It wasn’t this one. The sencha tea base was a good one but I couldn’t taste any strawberry flavouring. All I picked up was hibiscus which I did not like.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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When I first found Steepster, I went a little crazy during a Tealux sale and bought 100 grams of this. Now I know for the future, unless I know I love a tea, 50 grams or less is more than sufficient to determine if I like and want to buy it or not (and it’s awful to be stuck with so much tea if I hate it)!

Anyway, back to Strawberry Splash. This is a light green, fruity tea. I added sweetener and I do taste real strawberry, there’s a fullness in my mouth when I drink this which is very pleasant. It also has hibiscus in it which adds a touch of tartness, but not too bad. I used 3 teaspoons in my 16oz steeping mug.

I bet this would also be good iced.

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

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