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drank Fit & Fruit by Ronnefeldt Tea
82 tasting notes

I think I oversteeped this a bit; the hibiscus is overpowering the other fruit flavors. Fortunately, I am able to tell the difference with their Red Berries tea. This definitely has an apple and cinnamon flavor to it, the other fruits are much more subtle. This is great if you need a little variation in Ronnefeldt’s fruit tea line.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 8 min or more

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60

If you’ve tried Ronnefeldt’s “Red Berries” tea; this is very similar.

Sweet and tart; however not as strong as the red berries tea. I would drink this in lieu of dessert. I love tartness so it isn’t too bad, but I imagine most people would probably want to add sugar or use this as a base for an iced drink.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 8 min or more

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40

Very smooth rooibos tea. One of the flavors, perhaps the cornflower blossoms is leaving an aftertaste reminiscent of cough syrup aftertaste. After 5 sips or so, that aftertaste goes away and you have a very cozy tea.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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65

This Earl Grey is a bit stronger than the non-white collection version.

I don’t know if it is because I have a large bag of this in loose leaf form compared to the leafcup version but it smells fresher and much more intense than the leafcup before prepartion.

Although the black tea is stronger, it isn’t overly bitter. The bergamot and flavoring is very controlled; doesn’t overpower the tea.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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62
drank Peppermint by Ronnefeldt Tea
743 tasting notes

Mild-tasting

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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80

This tastes similar to Ronnefeldt’s Cream Orange without the cream. It has a more citrus; excellently blended and full of flavor

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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50

Orange with slight caramel flavor – the cloves are a bit heavy but overall an okay tea.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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43

1.5 grams
Dilute and plain-tasting. Slight matcha-like flavour and sweetness.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 g 13 OZ / 375 ML

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63

How i got it: Free sample from a shop i visited

Experience: It has a clear and light taste. I would say it’s a bit sweeter and less aromatic than my current green (though more floral). It’s quite good.

Would i buy it?: I don’t know… i think my loose leaf still does a bit better, hehe.

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73
drank Orange Pekoe by Ronnefeldt Tea
358 tasting notes

This is from another sample Courtney sent me, thank you!

Weather is dreadful, dreadful, seems to have turned to the worst ever since the equinox and it being officially spring. I wanted a tea-ey tea. Something with presence. Body. No elusive, light, stuff. And this was an excellent selection for that mood.

It´s unmistakably a Ceylon tea, it has what I call the copper-y-ness of it. It´s slightly more astringent than I expected, though this seems to be an altitude grown tea, which might explain it. It´s not going to be a favorite orange pekoe ( the azores one is to me, just superior in everything) but it makes a nice cup of tea and is a good example of why this type of tea was so popular for so long.

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drank Orange Pekoe by Ronnefeldt Tea
1779 tasting notes

Thank you Sil for this sample! (233)

Unfortunately, I really don’t know what to say about it. It tastes like Orange Pekoe? I haven’t had enough of this type of black to really be able to appreciate it, and it’s been so long since I’ve had the bagged grocery store version that I couldn’t tell you how much better this one is in comparison, if at all.

It was a nice cup though. Thx

sherapop

“Orange pekoe” refers to the size of the cut leaves. You’ve probably seen SFTGOP, right? It means “Special Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe”. The OP refers to orange pekoe, the size of the cut leaves. BOP means broken orange pekoe, so the leaves are smaller. CTC means crush tear curl, etc.. So the name of the brew you just prepared does not refer to any particular type or flavor of tea. Perhaps it is Ceylon? There is no question that “Orange Pekoe” has been successfully marketed into the minds of consumers as a type of tea!

Cavocorax

Thanks for going into all of that! Tea can be so fascinating, yet confusing. :D

I guess I meant more that it tasted like Ceylon, and that I haven’t had much experience with Ceylon teas as straight blacks. I’ve been drinking more Yunnan’s and Assams.

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82
drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
592 tasting notes

Sipdown (106)! I used up the last tablespoon I had of this as a cold brew in my travel mug for about 7 or so hours? I kind of lost track. Anyway, it’s light, clean, sweet, and floral like I expected it to be. Also, I don’t know if my migraine is just distracting me, but I feel like there is almost something savory about it, too. In any case, it’s a pretty decent oolong, but I don’t think that it is unique or special enough for me to want to purchase more of. Thanks again to Courtney for letting me try some out!

Edit: I think that savory flavor I was confused about before is actually a nutty flavor.

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drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
592 tasting notes

My taste buds are still a little out of whack today, so I went with this oolong that I’ve had a bit of a roller-coaster relationship with. Most likely due to my dampened taste buds, this cuppa was pretty sweet and simple with a hint of bitterness at the end. The most important thing for today was that it was smooth and soothing for my throat. When you’re simultaneously plagued by allergies and a cold, a smooth cuppa can go a long way.

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drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
592 tasting notes

Hmm, this tea was not really doing it for me today. Maybe I just need to take a break from oolongs for a bit. I was getting that weird damp taste that I tasted in some other oolongs. It’s strange because they’re all stored in separate, dry, dark places, so I don’t think it’s contamination from something around them. Well, I have enough to keep trying, which is the good news!

Courtney

I went through a phase where all oolongs turned me right off. I’m waiting it out a bit now before I try any new oolongs.

Jennkay

I hope this phase doesn’t last too long because I love oolongs! I guess this is just an opportunity to branch out and find something new!

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82
drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
592 tasting notes

I broke my favorite mug this morning :( So to cheer myself up, I steeped this tea that I remember loving the last time I had it. This time around, I had the tea on its own. It was still sweet and nutty and all that goodness. The only difference I noticed was that it was more bitter than I remembered. I think last time the bitterness was masked by the food I was eating. It’s still a very nice oolong, though, so I will enjoy the rest of the sample that Courtney sent to me!

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drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
592 tasting notes

Thanks to Courtney for a sample of this oolong! I drank this tea while eating a very spicy meal, so I will leave the rating for next time when I can taste it properly on its own. That being said, I really enjoyed it. The tea was floral, sweet, and smooth. Three qualities I love in a greener oolong. It did get a bit bitter as the cup cooled down, but that seems to be happening with a lot of oolongs that I’ve tried lately. I already resteeped twice with the flavors holding strong. I will probably continue to resteep this one as it is evening and I don’t want to steep up any fresh caffeine.

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79

last of my sample from courtney this morning…not much to say beyond this is a pleasant cup with a slight bit of astringency that i don’t mind at all. On the whole it was nice to get a sampling of ronnefeldt teas. They are for sure a fairly average cup of tea but nothing unpleasant or not worth drinking :) thanks courtney!

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79

Another from courtney that is really quite nice. I like the faint astringency in this one that offsets the sweetness that comes from this. I like this one quite a bit, and is likely my favourite of the ronnefeldt teas that courtney was kind enough to pass on to me. I’ll rather enjoy finishing up the rest of this that i have :)

Courtney

Hah this was my favourite too.

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73
drank Margaret's Hope by Ronnefeldt Tea
8941 tasting notes

trying to get to my samples today since there’s a package at the post office that could be one of two things – both with a number of teas. :) This one was from courtney and is not a bad cup for this morning. There’s a bit of astringency in the cup, which i don’t mind at all in this particular case. This continues to reaffirm my opinion that ronnefeldt teas are sort of middle ground for me, so totally doable at a reasonable price point, but not something i MUST HAVE. so thanks for the wide range of teas from them to try courtney!

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drank Orange Pekoe by Ronnefeldt Tea
8941 tasting notes

you know…for an orange pekoe, this isn’t half bad. courtney sent this one my way as part of my ronnefeldt exploration. So far none of these have blown me out of the water, but they’ve also been relatively half decent. IE. nothing that i need to buy yet, but on the other hand, nothing that i’ve been unhappy with yet either :) i think my other cup of this will be with milk and sugar, just ’cause :)

Courtney

That’s how I’ve found them too.

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drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
8941 tasting notes

This is a tea from courtney like her! I’m not the biggest fan of oolongs. This one isn’t bad but it’s pretty much smack dab in the middle of oolong land for me. Not too green tasting but not delicious either lol. Just an average oolong. :) still though, first tea. From this company so good to try it out! Thanks Courtney!

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drank Oolong Ti Dung by Ronnefeldt Tea
749 tasting notes

I’m not the biggest fan when oolongs don’t have specific steeping instructions, since in my experience, I’ve found them to be somewhat finicky. I went in the middle and steeped this for 2.5 minutes, and just let the water cool while I put dishes away.

It did turn out just fine. It’s a green oolong, so it has that familiar slightly vegetal flavour, but with an added sweetness at the end of the sip. The sweetness is interesting. I generally prefer darker oolongs but I am impressed with this one.

Preparation
2 min, 30 sec
teabro

Ti Dong by Ronnefeldt is not the best Taiwanese oolong out there but is fine all the same. Judging by your likes, you should try the Cream Assam by Ronnefeldt. It may be your new favorite tea.

Courtney

Thanks for the suggestion!

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