Wow, really sad about this tea. No fruity flavor at all even though it was packed with fruit. All I get is a strong light mint flavor. Not opposed to mint but thought the other ingredients would come through. Will try it cold br iced next time.
“Ugh. This tea has sealed it for me, I will never again shop at Teavana. Between the terrible customer service (still no response re: the broken teaware), the fact that they cancelled part of my...” Read full tasting note
“White Mao Feng tea, blackberry pieces, raspberry pieces, peach pieces and mint. (ingredients for this tea from Teavana's website... when I read the description for this tea on steepster it...” Read full tasting note
“Wow, no love for this tea on Steepster. Not terribly surprising, it's very hit or miss, luckily today it produced a nice cup. 3 tsps in a glass infuser mug with 175F water for a little over a...” Read full tasting note
“I received this tea in a swap a looong time ago and can't remember who I got it from.... But thank you! The color of this tea is pretty. It's a soft scarlet red color. The flavor is just as soft...” Read full tasting note
Float on a downy white paradise of tea buds amidst a heavenly double-berry cloud of raspberries and blackberries. Sweet peaches and a hint of tingly mint relax and refresh with each sip of this rare white Mao Feng tea’s dreamy journey. SUPERFRUIT ENHANCED
Naturally sweet berry fruit and refreshing finish of mint
A delicious source of antioxidants & low in caffeine
May support healthy skin & complexion
Promotes detoxification and body hydration
Superfruit enhanced with blackberries & raspberries
Contains comforting mint
Contains 1% of the caffeine in a cup of coffee
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients:White Mao Feng tea, blackberry pieces, raspberry pieces, peach pieces, mint
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I have no idea where the “scarlet” in Scarlet Cloud comes from. The color of the tea is a white peach. The raspberries in the tea offer no flavor at all. Neither does the blackberries or peach. It’s very sad to have a tea filled with fruit be so tasteless (I tried getting more of the tea leaves in the infuser, but it was still a ton of fruit.) I think the mint is included only to mask the fact that the only flavor is an odd vegetal taste. Which is fine if that is what you are expecting. Also, I love the “downy” in the description. There was a lot of floaty suspended particles in the water, making it cloudy. Hey, maybe THAT is where the name was thought up! I don’t know why I bought this. It seems like Teavana’s prices are so high to get people to think their teas are good. Then if they have a sale, I think it backfires on Teavana when people who usually aren’t customers buy their teas, that are on sale for a reason (and I think these sale prices should be their not-on-sale prices). The customers might not come back. I think I would much rather save up my money on an indie tea company that has teas that never fail. I’ve learned my lesson! I’ll be doing that in the future.
Made this this morning because my mom was dizzy and I thought the spearmint would help. Made a small pot instead of a cup because why not have some myself while I’m at it?
This tea is pretty much how I remembered it. It’s not the greatest, but it’s not bad either. It’s simply a mellow flavored white tea with giant fruit pieces and spearmint.
This tea isn’t something I turn to for its flavor but it is something I like to drink for headaches and dizziness.
PS – It did help relieve my mom’s dizziness, so that makes me happy :)
I agree with the others on this one. It is almost nigh impossible to get a perfect cup; however, on the (miraculous) chance that one happens to get all of this tea’s ingredients in the proper ratios it makes a very beautiful cup of tea.
It’s quiet with a bit of fruit and a refreshing mint aftertaste. That’s my ideal experience (personally, at least).
It has potential, but it’s too much work to micromanage the individual facets of this blend.
I found this tea to be unsatisfying. The minty aroma somehow doesn’t smell that wonderful to my nose. The tea gets bitter easily so I steep for 1.5 minutes. The flavor is weak but is enlivened with sweetener. I have used the German rock sugar, which allows me to drink it rather than let it go to waste.