Fruity Sangria

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Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Citrus, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Orange Zest, Rose
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10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “As warm, smells citrus As cold, there is fruit Both delightful--BUT Steep two left us mute! Tea two of our tasting party. The prominent smells of the dry mix were orange peel and lemongrass. The...” Read full tasting note
    MushroomBug 43 tasting notes
  • “I cold brewed this one - about four heaping tablespoons to 2L pitcher overnight. That's already a good hunk of the tin I got, hopefully this tea is stronger hot brewed. The hibiscus lends a pretty...” Read full tasting note
    flyawaybirdie 148 tasting notes

From Two Guys' Tea

This fruit-filled tea blend takes its inspiration from the traditional red-wine Spanish Sangria – a delicious, fruit based wine “punch.” Tart hibiscus is paired with elderberries, citrus, and lemongrass to recreate a cooling summer treat. One of best iced teas in the world.

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43 tasting notes

As warm, smells citrus
As cold, there is fruit
Both delightful—BUT
Steep two left us mute!

Tea two of our tasting party. The prominent smells of the dry mix were orange peel and lemongrass. The liquor was a dark rose color and had a strong lemon scent (and hibiscus, says my mother who knows what that smells like). The taste was “a hibiscus tart to start rounded by citrus and finished with a spice that Mom attributes to elderberries”. We drank half our cups, then decided to put them in the refrigerator to cool while we did a second steep.

Cold, the smell was much more fruit/rose-y and the taste had more hibiscus pucker. The citrus flavor pretty much disappeared. Overall, we decided that cold it wasn’t better, but it was more (and very) refreshing.

The second steep was horrendous. We did not get past a few sips. The color was a watery mauve and it basically tasted like warm rose & lemongrass water with an unpleasant astringency.

Flavors: Citrus, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Orange Zest, Rose

Preparation
2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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148 tasting notes

I cold brewed this one – about four heaping tablespoons to 2L pitcher overnight. That’s already a good hunk of the tin I got, hopefully this tea is stronger hot brewed.

The hibiscus lends a pretty red color to the tea, and a touch of tartness. I’d told that it’s a little bitter and it tastes nothing like actual sangria. I wouldn’t know about the comparison to actual sangria, but the little bitterness I hardly noticed. I didn’t sweeten and certainly didn’t use carbonated water. The instructions on the tin are a bit confusing – I THINK that it’s telling me to cold brew in seltzer water or ginger ale, but with the flavor level on that LONG cold brew in normal water, I feel like the flavor might not be able to stand up against carbonation. I might try it one day though, I do have a sodastream.

Marzipan

In general are you finding tea guys stuff to be middle of the road?

Flyawaybirdie

Pretty much, but I’ve only tried three teas so far? There might be something amazing yet, or I haven’t found the sweet spot while brewing yet. =) I have a bunch others to try actually, and I’ll be going through them slowly.

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