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I was so excited to see this tea! There’s an Earl Grey Grapefruit that I had and loved, but I can’t remember if I’ve been too lazy to go get more, or if the company doesn’t carry it anymore.
Anyways, I got this one. So delicious.
I do occasionally love me an Earl Grey, and the addition of grapefruit is perfection.
One of my new teas…Not sure how i feel about it yet since i started with a cold brew. there’s a taste here that makes this a less harmonious blend than i’d like. Maybe it’s the orange peel? I still like it as i’ve been dying for some fruit teas but not sure that this will be a repurchase for me in the future.
Thank you to VariaTEA for the share!
Good green rooibos base with rose petals, green fruity flavours (honey dew, green melon). It is very fragrant, a decent iced drink this evening when it’s too hot to exist above ground.
Flavors: Green Melons, Honeydew, Melon, Rooibos, Rose
Surprisingly this one wasn’t on here, so I added it. And reviewing it first I suppose. This tea I only got a sample of, and dry leaf smells nice and peachy. I didn’t steep it for that long since it’s mostly black tea and I didn’t want it getting too astringent. Overall though this is a pretty good tea – I’m getting the peach flavours and I’m not sure about lychee or not. It’s a nice peach black tea though.
Another sample from Tealish. Not really sure what to think about this one. It definitely needed sugar. I’m getting a lot of berry flavour in there now. Also a little hint of orange. It’s a very fruity blend, that’s for sure. But other than that, it’s a smooth black tea packed with lots of fruit. Pretty good.
Flavors: Berries, Blueberry, Fruity, Orange
I got a sample of this from a lovely tea friend. It smells good and it tastes even better! I’m getting a lot of the fruitiness of the strawberry, with a nice chocolate undertone which is comforting. If I ever order from Tealish, I would definitely get this one. Yum.
Flavors: Chocolate, Fruity, Strawberry
This is another tea I got on sale at work. The description claims that the overtones are chocolate and strawberry and the undertones are black tea and vanilla. I found instead that the dominant flavours are the black tea and the cocoa with the strawberry as a subtle undertone. It’s more of a tart, dried strawberry flavour than a fresh sweet one. The base is too harsh to be drunk plain in my opinion but it takes milk nicely. Not a bad tea, but I’ve had this particular flavour combination executed better in other teas.
I finally ordered from Tealish. I had been meaning to for 2 years, but I tend to always buy my teas (and well everything I ever buy) on sale. Tealish has never had a sale since I’ve been following them. Well – it’s so good I threw my “I never pay full price!” mantra out the window.
I ordered this one on a whim. I came across on the website and just thought it sounded good. I’m not sure if you can go wrong with Tealish but this one BLEW MY MIND.
It’s incredible. It’s spicy and fresh, but warm and comforting. I love it. I taste mint and pepper. Oh wow, do I love this. I’ve never tasted another tea quite like it.
Important to note that at the time of this note, it sells for $10/50g. While this initially seemed expensive to me, it is organic and it’s very light so you get a good volume for 50g.
Flavors: Pepper, Peppermint
I wanted a holiday tea but I didn’t really care for any of Davids Teas holiday offerings this year. Luckily I found this tea at my Chapters bookstore. Because you have to have a proper festive tea to ring in the holidays. ;)
I love the smell of this tea it’s alike a cross between eggnog and fruit cake with almond and citrus. The flavour has a strong sweet orange taste with a slightly hint of nuttiness. The spices are present but muted which I appreciate as I’ve had enough of teas that try to knock you over with cinnamon or cloves.
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Flavors: Citrus, Freshly Cut Grass, Honey, Tea
Cold Brew Sipdown (151)!
Thanks to VariaTEA for the sample! I’ve tried a few different “Prairie Berry” themed teas, and I’ve quite liked them though my favourite has definitely been the Saskatoon Berry oolong offered by DAVIDsTEA. This is actually the first one I’ve tried that hasn’t used Saskatoon berries, and I do think that’s a bit of an odd choice. What makes this a prairie berry inspired tea?
But it doesn’t taste bad – I expected to be hit with a whole lot of tartness and I definitely got some tartness but mostly a relatively mellow, smooth berry blend that was refreshing and relatively juice like. Strongest note was the elderberry, but I got lots of apple too. VariaTEA seems to have found this one cloying, but I thought it was actually very nicely balanced. I appreciated what it offered even if I feel somewhat cheated that this “Prairie Berry” tea didn’t offer any Saskatoon Berries.