I liked it okay, but it’s not one I would buy over and over again.
“Backlogging from Saturday. Saturday was a rough day, the in-laws were in town, so much cleaning and preparation had to be done. While it was in progress, disaster struck, early in the morning...” Read full tasting note
“Not to shabby. . .not fantsatic but not awful either. Just a decent little tea. Helping me finish off my -never-ending day. Thanks DJ Booth for the sample!! :0)” Read full tasting note
“Got this in my sweetea packaged from Ellen(silversun). The aroma of this tea is amazing. However the flavor doesn't quite match the aroma. It's a decent flavored Oolong. I'm glad I got a chance...” Read full tasting note
“The smell was definitely more exciting than the taste. Probably wouldn't buy this again, but The fact that aroma is delicious, and the tea is just so pretty (the carrot and beetroot pieces) it...” Read full tasting note
Sumptuous fruits abound in this delicious Oolong cornucopia. Red ripe raspberries and succulent strawberries radiate like jewels among the emerald green Oolong leaves. Be transported to an ideal state of mind, body, and happiness with this gem of a tea!
How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 ounces of water. Heat water to just before boiling (195 degrees) and steep for 3-4 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Oolong tea, raspberries, strawberry pieces, apple bits, raisins, carrot bits, beetroot pieces and malt. Now gluten-free!
This tea blends well with:
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This tea is interesting. It definitely has that fruit factor, as well as another quality I can’t quite describe. The finish of the tea has strawberry undertones, as well as something special that is ineffable (this is a dramatic word but I don’t know what else to say!) This might just be me though. I think it’s worth a shot for fruit and oolong lovers, however I think they may have discontinued it…