Passionately Orange Green Tea

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This tea’s appearance will immediately remind you of a bright, sunny, summer day! The shining orange papaya flakes are enhanced by the soft green of the tea. This is a blend which will make you feel happy. The light, tangy, green tea flavor is wonderfully supported by the fresh lemongrass and together create a perfect base for lively summery fruit.

Ingredients: : Green Tea (60%), lemon grass, apple pieces, orange slices, papaya flakes, flavor.

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Wait, was this from Kristaleyn or Azzrian? or Bonnie? ahhhhhh, I’ve mixed up my packages!!!! SO sorry, I don’t know who to thank! well, thank you ALL then! :P

anyhow, this tea is lovely! also on the mild side, which I enjoy.
Just steeped, I got some distinct citrus notes, but as it cooled they were lost in the fruity void. However, when it had reached room temp, the tea became more grapefruit like with a hint of something else that I assume was the papaya.
This would be great iced I think!!
I didn’t resteep this but I suspect it’d be more of the same, only lighter… another reason why it will be in my tiny “to be iced” pile!
thanks again… to somebody out there!


Not me!


Me – I think – maybe


Probably me!! Mine all have the same writing in black marker in the upper left :) I haven’t tried this one yet myself; opened the packet just for you :P


(I actually had neglected to write down everything I sent you, but managed to write the whole list down from memory last night. Haha, go me!)


Bonnie: one down, two to go!
Azzrian: did you use black marker at all? or was it all red?
Kristaleyn: well it does have black marker in the top left… :)

Daniel Scott

LOL @ the comments. Funny enough when the receiver doesn’t remember who sent it, even better when senders aren’t sure if it was one they sent or not!

That must say something about how often you guys swap. :P


Mine all has masking tape with instructions on brewing and temp and the name and all that on it in ink…just like I talk…on and on and on….


Mine is scrawled in sharpie marker probably all red or brown. Its messy and looks like a two year old wrote it :)


Yeah Daniel lol we do trade often! Let me know if I have anything you would like to try!

Daniel Scott

I will keep it in mind, Azzrian! “Officially” I am trying to drink some up before I even acquire samples of more…that’s not going well. :P


LOL I know the feeling :)


Haha, so pretty sure this one’s from me :D Positive I included it for you. Glad you enjoyed!


LOL I love coming home to an exploded wall of comments. I always find that so amusing!!
Okay, so now I know who came from what, more or less! whew!
curtsies to Kristaleyn

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I was pretty sure when I went to try this tea that I’d prefer it cold. however, I don’t drink a lot of cold tea mostly because i don’t have a decent set up for it. Maybe next summer!

For a tea called passionately orange, i expected more in the way of orange. Instead it’s a really light tea that has a weird smell upon brewing. I’m wondering if it’s because my sample didn’t have enough of the orange peel in it. I did try to steep it for a little longer after tasting it mid steep. It didn’t help much :(

Ah well..better luck next time! I still apprciate the share!

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Thanks to Fusion Tea Room for this incredibly generous sample!

I have to admit, I wasn’t super stoked about this one – I don’t recall whether I requested it specifically, but it’s been a while, and citrusy greens and I have not been getting along terribly well. However, most were from DavidsTea, so I shouldn’t give up on them entirely until I try some from other companies! So I opened up the package to give some away to Indigobloom… and was pleasantly surprised by the smell of the dry tea. Not just citrus, but there’s something a little perfumey, fruity, and delicious-smelling in there too. Makes my mouth water. Steeped, it smells lightly of citrus. (Did I mention I put a giant orange slice and papaya chunk in my infuser?!)

Well, it definitely tastes like it smells dry (this is a GOOD thing!) And I seem to be getting a creamy/nutty green tea aftertaste, which is wonderful. The taste is nicely fruity, with no specific fruit taking over, everything just blends together. Although there is lemongrass in the mix, it also blends seamlessly in with everything else. There’s absolutely no astringency; I’d be tempted to both use more leaf and try a longer infusion to make this a bit stronger.

I think it would be interesting to ice/cold-brew this one for a refreshing fruity iced tea. I probably don’t have enough leaf to do too much playing around, but hopefully can get around to trying it that way!

ETA: Second infusion still has some flavour, but not enough. I should have used half the water. Oh well!

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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