Snow Monkey Plum

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Black Tea
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Flavors
Stonefruits
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Another sample from mj, and also, another cold brew. Is so hawt here, we are all sticky even with the AC on high. Ugh. So the plum flavour in this is actually quite spot on, but it’s not present...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m not going to lie, I bought this mainly because snow monkey was in the name. That just sounded interesting lol. The dry leaf smells tart mainly, if the makes sense. I can’t really pin it down...” Read full tasting note
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Another sample from mj, and also, another cold brew. Is so hawt here, we are all sticky even with the AC on high. Ugh.

So the plum flavour in this is actually quite spot on, but it’s not present throughout. Some sips are plum and some are not. The tea base is nice, but nothing to write home about. There is a bit of a tart note in there as well, which is nice, because when you eat a plum, the skin is sour and the flesh is sweet and delicate. I wouldn’t say it is WOW, but it is ok, just an interesting tea to try a couple times, but not a restock imo.

mj

Yeah this one was a total meh for me too.

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I’m not going to lie, I bought this mainly because snow monkey was in the name. That just sounded interesting lol. The dry leaf smells tart mainly, if the makes sense. I can’t really pin it down as one thing, the smell just makes me think this tea will taste tart. It makes me want to sneeze if I sniff too deeply. Brewed, I smell the black base mainly with an undercurrent of the tart smell. The taste is mainly the black base as well, which tastes like an english breakfast tea to me, with the fruit taste stronger than the smell would lead me to believe but still quite subtle. There is an undercurrent of juicy fruitiness to the sip, which finishes with a strong tart stone fruit flavor that reminds me of the skin of a plum rather than the flesh. This is a pleasant cup of tea and quite interesting but not something that I would crave all the time.

Flavors: Stonefruits

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Virginia

Is it hibiscus? The tart taste?

mj

It’s not hibiscus. The smell is almost like these dried plum things (not prunes, they are so dried they’re hard) my mom used to eat when she was a kid in Hawaii. Those things are so sour, they’ll turn your head inside out. Luckily, this tea doesn’t taste like that lol

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