Watermelon Blues

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  • “Thanks to amandastory516 for sharing this tea! I love trying different melon teas, and this one smells so fresh and amazing. Sometimes there’s a little bitterness at the end of the sip. This tea...” Read full tasting note
  • “Not my favourite melon oolong; that obviously belongs to Lupicia. But this one is ok (and doesn’t have sugar). Also, it’s blue! I think the base here isn’t my favourite either; not as creamy or...” Read full tasting note
    76
  • “Made myself a mug of this to have first thing at work today, and I must have got a scoop without any butterfly pea flower at all because it steeped out a yellow-ish colour the same as a normal cup...” Read full tasting note
    82

From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for May 2019

You won’t have the blues while drinking this tea featuring a base of blue oolong

oolong tea, lemongrass, periwinkle, butterfly pea blossom, cornflower, natural flavors

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7 Tasting Notes

1724 tasting notes

Thanks to amandastory516 for sharing this tea! I love trying different melon teas, and this one smells so fresh and amazing. Sometimes there’s a little bitterness at the end of the sip. This tea was flavorless until I added sugar, which really helped to amplify the flavors. The watermelon flavor is decently tasty. I’d prefer it on an herbal base since I don’t love oolong in general, but for what it is, it’s pretty well done. The resteep was all oolong.

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6024 tasting notes

Not my favourite melon oolong; that obviously belongs to Lupicia. But this one is ok (and doesn’t have sugar). Also, it’s blue! I think the base here isn’t my favourite either; not as creamy or flavourful as some oolongs.

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13714 tasting notes

Made myself a mug of this to have first thing at work today, and I must have got a scoop without any butterfly pea flower at all because it steeped out a yellow-ish colour the same as a normal cup of greener oolong would. The taste was nice though; the same watermelon notes that I’ve described in previous tasting notes for this blend. Felt light, refreshing, and, summery.

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