Orange Blush

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Caffeine Free
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  • “O is for… Orange Blush! I had several orange teas that I could have picked for “O Day” but I chose this one because I wanted to put in more of a dent with sipping it down – and I wasn’t super in...” Read full tasting note
  • “I was so excited to try this! The dry leaf smells amazing-a very fruity scent. I put 2 Perfect Spoons in the small Davidstea steeper with 2 cups water. I put it in the fridge and left it in there...” Read full tasting note

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What happens when juicy orange mingles with tropical passion fruit and hibiscus blossoms? You get a sweet, zesty and caffeine-free cold brew tea that’ll keep you coming back for more. This sunset-coloured fruit infusion was specially designed to brew in cold water – so you get maximum flavour with zero bitterness. With its irresistibly smooth finish, it’ll make just about anyone blush. Available in prepack format only.

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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O is for… Orange Blush!

I had several orange teas that I could have picked for “O Day” but I chose this one because I wanted to put in more of a dent with sipping it down – and I wasn’t super in the mood for steeping more than one orange tea that day…

I’m glad I’m picking in the work to finish off this sample, but I wasn’t enthused by the flavour of the brew. It wasn’t bad or anything – this tea is usually very consistent in flavour. It’s more that I simply just wasn’t craving that intense and in your face juicy, tart orange flavour or the hibiscus/lemongrass notes that accompanied it. I probably wouldn’t have been feeling any orange tea though – so better to work on finishing off an older one…

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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I was so excited to try this! The dry leaf smells amazing-a very fruity scent. I put 2 Perfect Spoons in the small Davidstea steeper with 2 cups water. I put it in the fridge and left it in there overnight (about 12 hours). I am surprised at how nice and dark the color got without adding hot water. I enjoyed this cup of cold brewed tea. I can taste orange and lemongrass mostly with a hint of passion fruit at the end (I always found passion fruit tastes similar to grapefruit). It would be interesting to see how this one turns out with the usual hot water steeping, then iced. The waiting is the worst part but I guess if you prepare if before going to bed, the waiting isn’t so bad because you’re asleep haha

Roswell Strange

Just be careful with how long you steep it if you decide to make it hot; these guys are designed specifically for cold water so when you steep them with hot they steep quickly! :)

TEAluv5$

Thank you for the heads up-I shall be careful! How long would you recommend? 2-3 minutes? :)

Roswell Strange

I’ve not personally tried to make any of them hot (I own all three), but I’d probably say to lean conservatively at least for the first infusion until you get a sense of how potent they may be – so maybe two minutes?

TEAluv5$

Ok, thanks :)

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