Aztecs Gold

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170 °F / 76 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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This sensational fruit blend resembles a stash of gold nuggets hence its name Aztecs Gold. This fruity blend is a combination of apple pieces, papaya and pineapple bits, cranberries, banana chips, mango bits, passion fruit granulate and pear. The exotic flavours of this beverage are great served either hot or iced and are sure to be enjoyed by all fruit lovers.

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818 tasting notes

WOW 200th tasting note!!
Cold brewed as usual.
I am definitely getting the bubblegum note that others mentioned here.
As far as fruit goes, I am mostly tasting the pineapple, passion fruit and pear. It is fairly sweet.
I like this but it certainly won’t be a favourite.

Azzrian

Congrats on your 200!

Missy

Yay for 200!

Indigobloom

awesome! congrats!!

ashmanra

Woo Hoo!

TeaBrat

Happy 200!

Bonnie

Ta da! Happy 200 toooo yoooooo!

tigress_al

Thanks everyone! It is incredible how I am at 200 already!

Invader Zim

Congrats on 200!

Lynne-tea

Thats huge!! Congratulations =)

Ninavampi

Congrats on your 200th note! :)

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2354 tasting notes

Cold-brewed 1 tbsp in 1.5 cups water overnight, and it tastes like bubblegum! Not unpleasant, but not a favourite flavour.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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1314 tasting notes

In an effort to consume less floral caffeinated beverages, I opted for this tisane. It was interesting, but I’m not in love.
Hot, it was very fruity and sweet. As it cooled, I tasted… bubblegum?! Odd. Not something I would normally choose… but I’m glad to have tried it atleast.
My tasting abilities seem to be dampened with this darned allergy plaguing me. Gah, come back taste buds, come back!!

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290 tasting notes

I had this as an iced tea on a hot day. I feel as a hot tea it would probably be too sweet. It was a little on the weak side (taste wise- sweetness was there) even though I doubled the amount. I couldn’t figure out the taste I was gettting from it (something familiar & yummy), until I read other notes here, it was definetly bubble gum. I am definetly looking forward to more of this on hot days.

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42 tasting notes

I’m not a fan of fruit blends, I find them far too tart.
However this fruit blend is delicious! Very naturally sweet, and I agree with the previous comment about there being a slight bubblegum flavour. I really have to be in the mood for this one, but when I am, it hits the spot! Add a small squeeze of agave if you’re having it iced.
Oh, and you can eat this tea dry! It is a DELICIOUS snack! (not joking!)

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14 tasting notes

Initially I liked the flavor – better as an iced tea than hot – but afterwards it upset my stomach. Too sweet for my liking.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Sounds like trail mix… steeping trail mix sounds weird lol:)

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37 tasting notes

I loved this blend. Purely fruit pieces. You have to steep it strong to really get the full flavours, but it was just so light and simple. Naturally sweet (being that the ingredients are basically all candied fruit pieces). I loved it hot or iced. I can certainly see where people would get the “bubblegum” essence from, but not in an over-bearing way. I often made it in the morning and tossed the steeped pieces in to my oatmeal (afterall, it was just fruit). A unique and fun blend.

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