Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish Black Tea

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Blueberry, Vanilla, Berries, Cream, Pastries
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “I am REALLY tempted to get the iced version of this. REALLY tempted. My one hold up is how much I like it with milk and sugar, though… you can’t exactly do iced tea with milk unless it’s like a...” Read full tasting note
  • “Mini sipdown. I have officially finished up the last of my first package of this one. I have an unopened package still sitting in my cupboard but i’m fairly certain that will just be tossed into...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea is officially my favorite tea. I have put my order in for a pound! Frank has kindly said yes to my request and if all goes well with the mail, I will be receiving a beautiful pound of tea...” Read full tasting note
  • “This was my first cup today. Had a late start, but it was so nice to get some extra sleep! This tea is perfect as a breakfast tea. Went nicely with my toast topped with butter and blueberry jam!...” Read full tasting note

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Wow are you guys in for a treat this week!

Here’s our premium Indian black teas (a little extra Assam in this blend since I envisioned it as a breakfast tea) blended with GREAT BIG, whole freeze-dried blueberries and natural flavors. I have a feeling this is going to be a VERY popular blend. Enjoy!

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75 tasting notes

Out of all of the teas I ordered, this is my favorite! I’m a big fan of the freeze-dried blueberries in this and rescued them from the strainer to throw back in my cup. I took the advice of other notes by trying a second steep and it was just as good! It’s a creamy black tea with a nice blueberry finish.

If you’re craving a snack then add a little cream to this and it’ll really bring out the pastry flavor! Add sugar and you have a liquid dessert. ;)


Mmmmmm…this sounds lovely!

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297 tasting notes

Alright third times a charm, my third time trying to write this note today.

I received this from Courtney

So it’s blueberry (ish- definitely not Northern Ontario Blueberry.) I’m not getting any cream cheese or Danish flavours. I dunno I was so excited to try this & it’s just meh.
I do have more on it’s way from someone else, maybe it was just this sample, a lil cross contamination perhaps.

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Don’t hold you breath. As I understand this reblend is mostly meh


I eagerly scooped up a pouch of this after it was reblended. I’ve tried it twice, and both times all I got was blueberry and no cream cheese. I’m hoping I will figure out a way to coax out the cream cheese danish bits of the flavor before I reach the end of the pouch, but I’m a bit skeptical.

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1000 tasting notes

Thanks JackieT for sending me this sample. I drank the whole sample tonight in 3 separate steeps. I like it best at 90 C for 3.5 minutes. I also like more rather than less leaf.
This is a great blueberry black tea, sadly though I was expecting some of the cream cheese danish part of the name to shine through. I’m not getting it, I played with steep times and temp and I get blueberry, but not the rest. :((

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75 tasting notes

This is definately my favorite of Frank’s teas that I have tried so far. Yummy blueberry flavors mixed with cheesecake (I have never tried a cream cheese danish). Tastes great alone, but the flavors are enhanced by a little milk and sugar

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1113 tasting notes

Thanks for the sample Yssah! This is a solid blueberry flavored black tea. I don’t really get the “danish” aspect but it is tasty nonetheless! :)

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382 tasting notes

So, a while back, I was taking stock of my tea purchasing patterns and had noticed that they had somehow devolved to the point where they could easily be summarized as “just send all my tea money to 52teas,” which, while certainly a sound tea buying strategy that will yield a lot of nifty, delicious tea, meant that I found myself without some of my staples (NEED MOAR EARL GREY). So I consciously tried not to be tempted whenever the weekly notification of a new blend came up. BUT! When I saw that Frank had reblended this AND the coconut cheesecake honeybush, I knew there was no way I could resist. Grabbed both, and a few days later here we are, which is interesting because usually my 52teas orders take a while to arrive (<= note, this is not a complaint, I love my free shipping forever, I’m just stating the facts). This time I got them…2 days after I ordered? Something like that. I can only assume that Frank offered the post office free tea to get that kind of result!

But! On to the tea! This is SO good, it’s got that genuine blueberry flavor going on (actual blueberries, not vaguely blueberry-ish flavoring) and it’s got this lovely kind of toasted honey taste to it that is VERY reminiscent of pastry. It’s always very interesting to me to see how teas try to evoke the taste of food, because I think texture is a HUGE component of the eating experience (obviously, since that is what all my food dislikes are based on) and with it out of the picture it becomes much harder to actually evoke something specific. Choosing to concentrate on the honey-like glaze that you get on good pastry is a really great way to go about it.

The overriding taste I get from this is definitely blueberry, though, it just seems to suffuse the entire tea. I get less creaminess about it, although that becomes stronger as the tea cools, as does the pastry-taste. I think I’ll have to try this with a bit more leaf next time to see if that strengthens the other tastes.

Edit: Had to go shopping and come back to realize this, but my room now smells like blueberries :D

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58 tasting notes

Accidentally left this in my car for a few days. Wow, it is fragrant in there now! :) It still tastes wonderful and is doing the job of waking me up quite nicely (thank goodness). Will be out soon, sadly, but the upside to that is more room in the tea cupboard and I can try new tea. ;)

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151 tasting notes

I really enjoyed trying this tea for the first time. The creaminess does a really good job of balancing out the sweetness of the blueberry.. it was delicious hot!

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795 tasting notes

I have been having the hardest time finding a time and temp to brew this tea at to get the delicious results everyone else gets. I think this is the best so far with a low temp and 2 minute steep. I’m getting blueberries as the dominant flavor, but I still don’t get the cream cheese, danish or buttery crust flavors. I have been noticing that my favorite 52teas are ones that don’t have a black base. I’d be really interested in trying the green tea version of this, but the black just isn’t winning me over here. Too bad for me. :/

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743 tasting notes

1 tablespoon for 250ml

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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