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Shape Up Blend

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Black Fruit Oolong Yerba maté Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by 5oclockJake
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Technically I'm drinking a variation of this. I blend each tea separately and instead of six summits oolong I use monkey picked oolong and instead of black dragon pearls I use nine dragon golden...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea was given to me by someone who tried tea but wasn't their thing. Looking at it dry, there was a lot of fruit. I don't mind a vegetal taste so I added a little more when brewing. When I...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

Delicious blend of teas that combines the weight loss benefits of pu-erh tea, black tea, Oolong tea and Mate tea. The fruity flavor hides the potential to help you lose weight! This blend includes Weight to Go! Pu-erh tea, Raspberry Riot Mate tea, Six Summits Oolong tea, and Black Dragon Pearl black tea. Includes 8oz of tea.

May help burn stored fat
As part of a diet, may help promote a healthy metabolism
May help support digestion
This tea will appeal to lots of pallets and meet so many needs with its health benefits and variety of ingredients.

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Technically I’m drinking a variation of this. I blend each tea separately and instead of six summits oolong I use monkey picked oolong and instead of black dragon pearls I use nine dragon golden needle.

This is a tea I drink primarily for the energy it provides. I like that it has the pep to give me an initial wake up call coupled with a carry through to last throughout the day.

This tea also helps you feel full when had with a meal. I like to drink it with breakfast to make the most out of the energy boost, but it makes a good early afternoon cup as well.

Most of the time, today included, I prepare this as a big iced cup so I’m sure to get an accurate measurement of each tea. I know a lot of people sweeten this but my thought is: if this is meant to be a diet tea, why sweeten it? The flavor is interesting, but not bad. When iced, the flavor settles down so instead of getting watered down and weaker as you go you actually get more developed fruity flavor.

This is one I don’t end up drinking often but am glad to have in my cupboard.

Notes – I follow the instructions for the Weight to Go when making this. The lower temp makes a big difference when it comes to how the hibiscus tastes. Burn this tea and it could end up tasting like floral soap.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This tea was given to me by someone who tried tea but wasn’t their thing. Looking at it dry, there was a lot of fruit. I don’t mind a vegetal taste so I added a little more when brewing. When I drank it, my first immediate thought was “wow, what a berry taste!” Artificial berry though. There are mint undertones as well, I believe there is lemongrass in the ingredients, too. Brewed the color looks similar to a lightly brewed black tea.

Overall, because of the huge prominence of fruit in this tea and the sort of artificial taste, I don’t think I would buy this. I can enjoy it because I got it for free, but as someone who is a green tea fanatic and can enjoy the natural taste, I think this tea is too “watered down” in actual tea leaves for my tastes.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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