Banana Cherry Blend

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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160 °F / 71 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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  • “HELP! I have developed a serious cold brewing addiction. I mean serious! There may, or may not, be 8 bottles cold brewing in my fridge right now for tomorrow. I swear I don’t like the teas cold...” Read full tasting note
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Did someone say cherries? Cherries with a sweet mild banana finish? We think someone just did.

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HELP! I have developed a serious cold brewing addiction. I mean serious! There may, or may not, be 8 bottles cold brewing in my fridge right now for tomorrow. I swear I don’t like the teas cold brewed THAT much but I just couldn’t stop. I planned on making three different teas but then for 2 of the teas, there was just enough for two bottles so I figured why not get some sipdowns (so that was 4). And then the third tea was out so I thought might as well. Then I thought about Watermelon Mint Chiller and how that would probably be good cold. Then I checked my spreadsheet and saw I had a Teavana herbal I probably won’t drink any other way so might as well try. And then just to make an even 8, I prepped a bottle of Youthberry/Wild Orange Blossom blend.

Hi. My name is Rachel, and I have a cold brewing addiction.

Anyways, on to the tea – THIS tea, not the others in my fridge. This tea always surprises me as to how spot on the banana smell and taste are. I find you hardly ever come across non-artificial banana flavor but this is true-to-the-fruit banana goodness. I was a little distracted by the hibiscus trying to sneak by me but luckily it was not overly prominent like it tends to get in hot teas. Plus there is that little hint of cherry that is sort of sweet but also blends well with the tart of hibiscus. All in all, a nice cup.

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Iced 8 min or more
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Oh no! I’m sorry if I may have indirectly spurred your cold brewing addiction! Though, it definitely gives you another way to look at teas and sometimes helps in finding ways to enjoy ones you otherwise might not have…

VariaTEA

This may have been caused by you just a little but it is for the best because after I drink what is in the fridge, I will get 2 sipdowns that I probably would have never gotten any other way. All the teas I am cold brewing are ones I sort of avoid drinking because I really don’t like them hot so realistically I should be thanking you :)

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