3252 Tasting Notes
I got to revisit this blend thanks to Arby and the GCTTB6 but it seems that I am still just not a fan of Teavana and their teas. Probably for the best though given I hate walking into that store. Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/03/08/wild-orange-blossom-from-teavana/
Juicy? Yes. Cherry? Perhaps. But where is the Black Forest?http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/03/15/black-forest-cherry-from-the-tea-merchant/
I really should start reading all the ingredients before I buy because this showed up boasting ingredients such as “star anise” which I tend to avoid. Luckily it was not an issue here as I was pleasantly surprised by this blend. Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/03/15/spiced-rum-raisin-and-maple-cream-from-a-quarter-to-tea/
I grabbed the Malt Shop Collection the day it came out and of the three, this was by far my favorite. Probably because of the three, it is the only one not presweetened with stevia. However, even being my favorite, this tea was merely just okay. It was light in flavor and I found, for once, DAVIDs went too light with the flavoring.
Check out my review of the entire Malt Shop Collection (including the Strawberry Shake-infused white chocolate bar) here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/03/16/the-malt-shop-collection-from-davidstea/
I made this in my iced tea press last night and my brother was so fascinated and asked if he could have some too. TBH I don’t know if he was more interested in the tea or the press but he enjoyed it. I ended up drinking something else and left mine steeping all night. I ended up drinking it today mostly to get my press free to make something else. This steep is a lot more orange-y than usual. Not my favorite but I think it is just how the leaf plays out.