Strawberry Ginger Peppercorn

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Fruit Green Herbal White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “Thank you *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me a bit of this tea. This is really quite nice. Warm and zesty without being overbearing on the spice notes. The strawberry is sweet and has just a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I bought a bag of this recently due to liking the sample I had. It's as good as I remember it. Peppery without being overwhelming, a bit of ginger mouth-feel, just enough strawberry to balance...” Read full tasting note
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    RumpusParable 282 tasting notes
  • “*Utopia Tea* threw this one in as a sample and I’m glad they did because the aroma alone is amazing (for me)! It’s red fruity with a backdrop of spice. Dried and sweetened strawberries seem to...” Read full tasting note
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    CrowKettle 508 tasting notes
  • “Well, I have returned from Argentina, and brought with me some kind of cold/flu bug. Bleh. I don't have a huge selection of teas at home, but I chose this one because it includes ginger, which...” Read full tasting note
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From Utopia Tea

Our Strawberry Ginger Peppercorn is a warming and fruity organic blend. The freshly hand-milled ginger and peppercorns give this tea the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. White tea contains an abundance of polyphenols, which are plant-derived antioxidants, lowers cholesterol, and protects the body against harmful free radicals. White tea provides the body with potassium, magnesium, calcium, vitamin C and K. Ginger helps the body with digestion, fights fevers, and soothes aches and pains. Try this tea hot or over ice!

Tea Weight
Strawberry Ginger Peppercorn loose tea comes in a 4oz pouch. To order larger quantities or individual natural tea bags, check the white box.

Brewing Instructions

1)Water quality is essential when preparing the perfect cup of tea. Use bottled or filtered water for best results.
2)Pour hot/boiled water (190 F) in your teacup or teapot and let it sit for 2 minutes then pour it out. The warming of the teacup or teapot will maintain the temperature creating the best tasting tea.
3)Use one tablespoon of loose tea per cup of water or per 8 ounces.
4)Pour boiled water over tea leaves and keep your teapot covered to maintain the heat. Infuse for 2-3 minutes. Over infusing will create a strong bitter taste.
5)Add sugar, honey, or milk according to taste.
6)Enjoy your tea one sip at a time!

Ingredients

Organic white and green tea, ginger, roasted rice, strawberries, peppercorn, chili bits, natural flavors

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8 Tasting Notes

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4641 tasting notes

Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea.

This is really quite nice. Warm and zesty without being overbearing on the spice notes. The strawberry is sweet and has just a touch of berry tartness. A really interesting blend of flavors, I like the way this one plays out. Nice!

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I bought a bag of this recently due to liking the sample I had.

It’s as good as I remember it. Peppery without being overwhelming, a bit of ginger mouth-feel, just enough strawberry to balance it out. It’s a good casual drinker, especially with a tiny bit of agave nectar.

I’m not one for flavored tea or for putting additives into mine, but this one works. Cold it’s a good post-gym guzzle lol.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec
Utopia Tea Delicious flavor! Glad you enjoyed it :)

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Utopia Tea threw this one in as a sample and I’m glad they did because the aroma alone is amazing (for me)! It’s red fruity with a backdrop of spice. Dried and sweetened strawberries seem to blend with ginger and spice just as well as any self-respecting peach or pear taste, it seems.

The flavour is pleasantly surprising in that I can taste the creamy white base. Flavoured tea is not too appealing as of late, and I’m grateful for that presence. There’s a toasty strawberry jam pastry note that lingers as an aftertaste, although the fruitiness isn’t as present during the main sip as the dry leaf smell had me believe. Pepper and freshening ginger are subtly present in the corners, but I’ve a hard time discerning where one ends and the other begins.

The Utopia teas I received consist of some very interesting ingredient combinations, which I think I may need some time to warm up to. This one, however, I like right away. Strawberries are some of my least favourite berries too… Maybe it’s the sweet fruit jam, or the prickly zest of the spices, or the smoothness in mid sip- it’s definitely not the drying, puckering sensation it leaves in my mouth. Once I empty out my cupboards I’ll pick up a tiny amount of this.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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2031 tasting notes

Well, I have returned from Argentina, and brought with me some kind of cold/flu bug. Bleh. I don’t have a huge selection of teas at home, but I chose this one because it includes ginger, which would be good right now I think. I got this one a while ago as a free sample from Utopia, but I kind of put off trying it becasue I’m not the biggest fan of strawberry flavoring, and I didn’t much like peppercorn in another tea that I had, so we’ll see. I’m glad I came here before I steeped it; I’m not sure what kind of tea I thought it was, but it definitely wasn’t a Green/White blend. Fortunately I was able to wait for my water to cool a bit and not oversteep.

Steeped, the liquor is a kind of odd tan color, and it has the light aroma of strawberries with a hint of pepperiness. The flavor is slightly weird to me, and a bit difficult to suss out all the parts. There’s definitely some strawberry, which thankfully doesn’t taste like artificial strawberry flavoring. That seems to come out primarily at the tail of the sip, bright and sweet and fruity after a warm ginger/pepper note. It’s not distinctly gingery, per se, more just that pepperiness that ginger has, no doubt brought out by the peppercorns. I’m also thankfull though that it’s not super peppercorn-y; they don’t overwhelm the flavor like they did in the other tea I had that had peppercorns. There’s just a warmth to it. Overally I was pleasantly surprised by this tea; I didn’t expect to like it all that much, but I am enjoying it. Thanks again to Utopia for the sample!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec
gmathis

Neat combination of flavors!

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warming and fruity is right…this is quite nice…a pleasant surprise! Nice afternoon or relaxing tea! Would drink again!

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