Pink Grapefruit

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Black Fruit Blend
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  • “I got this sample with my first Teas Etc. order, and on my continuing quest to reduce my samples I decided to try it this morning. In the packet the dry leaves have a sweet citrus smell. It's a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Got this with my Teas, etc. order on a whim. Well actually my brother picked it out for me, which is really fairly typical. I should probably stop listening to him on these matters because our...” Read full tasting note
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    chibibigos 382 tasting notes
  • “I liked it! It's citrusy in all kinds of good ways, but if I didn't see the package, I don't know if I would have gotten to grapefruit. But, that's not a bad thing. It was really nice plain,...” Read full tasting note
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    jimmydoestea 19 tasting notes
  • “I was in the mood for something fresh and citrus-y this morning, and this fits the bill nicely. The base is a lovely tea without the harsh qualities often used in flavored blends, and the peels...” Read full tasting note
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    JamieDeBree 30 tasting notes

From Teas Etc

Aromatic and refreshing! This delicious black tea is infused with the essence of grapefruit for an uplifting, bright anytime cup of tea.

The taste and aroma are remarkably like a freshly cut, juicy pink grapefruit just picked from the tree. Just in and already destined to become a favorite, yum!

Ingredients: Black tea, orange peel and flavor

Origin of Pink Grapefruit : China

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Direct trade quality loose leaf tea for more than a decade. World Tea Championship winners in 2008 & 2009. USDA Certified Organic. Based in US with buying office in China.

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I got this sample with my first Teas Etc. order, and on my continuing quest to reduce my samples I decided to try it this morning.

In the packet the dry leaves have a sweet citrus smell. It’s a sweet grapefruit smell. It reminds me of how my mom used to serve grapefruit for breakfast. Sliced in half with sugar sprinkled over it, eaten with a “grapefruit spoon.”

It brews to a light brandy color and smells like a grapefruit! The tea is mild and smooth and has a substantial mouth feel. I can’t tell what kind of tea it is from the flavor. It could be a mild, non-smoky keemun or maybe a mild yunnan. There is a sweet citrus flavor that blends nicely with the tea and a surprising grapefruit aftertaste.

I would not have picked this to try. I like grapefruit ok, but it’s not a favorite of mine. I’m glad I got a chance to taste this though. It’s actually surprisingly delightful. It might even be delightful enough to encourage me to order a small tin.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Got this with my Teas, etc. order on a whim. Well actually my brother picked it out for me, which is really fairly typical. I should probably stop listening to him on these matters because our tastes are vastly divergent. He really likes tea flavored tea, whereas I like nifty flavored tea. Anyway I decided to ignore that and go with this instead of the summer currant which I had originally been going to get because any time I buy something currant flavored I am disappointed and I thought that I would just break that vicious cycle.

This is an interesting tea and, appropriately enough, one I think my brother would like. It reminds me of the Upton Rose Congou in a way, since both base tea and flavor are very mild, although this is much milder than the rose was. There is the faintest of hints of citrus about it, but nothing that really screams grapefruit specifically at me unless I’m concentrating – so, again like the rose congou, this is a good tea if you want something that you won’t necessarily pay too much attention to.

I probably won’t be getting any more of it, but I’m going to recommend it to my brother!

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I liked it! It’s citrusy in all kinds of good ways, but if I didn’t see the package, I don’t know if I would have gotten to grapefruit. But, that’s not a bad thing. It was really nice plain, without sugar. Sugar, ice… both… I could see that working well with this.

I didn’t think it was remotely like freshly picked grapefruit. But it’s citrus in a way that’s unexpected and different. For that, it deserves a try.

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I was in the mood for something fresh and citrus-y this morning, and this fits the bill nicely. The base is a lovely tea without the harsh qualities often used in flavored blends, and the peels give it just the perfect amount of sweet-tart sensation and aroma. Very nice blend.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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This tea has a wonderful grapefruit flavor to it. I must remember to try it iced in the summer and instead of lemons use grapefruit sections. Very refreshing.

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