Tea type
Yerba maté Tea
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Flavors
Apple, Candy, Carrot, Marshmallow, Fruity, Honey, Sweet, Almond, Hay, Strawberry, Sugarcane
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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I was in the mood for something sweet and I found this. Thanks LP for this large sample! I’m grateful to try your interesting blends! I did 195 for about a minute, which made a really good cup of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Holiday TTB Liquid Proust kindly donated a generous pouch of this tea to the Holiday TTB. I was feeling in need of a pick-me-up this morning, so decided to give it a try. It brews up to a beautiful...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was a donation from Liquid Proust for the Herbal and Decaf TTB. Thank you! I couldn’t really give this one a fair treatment, since I’m having something of an aversion to sweet things with...” Read full tasting note
  • “I think I am living in the wrong part of the country…ok, stop rolling your eyes, I kinda like it here now, I just also think I am addicted to rain. It has been an especially wet spring and summer,...” Read full tasting note

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I was in the mood for something sweet and I found this. Thanks LP for this large sample! I’m grateful to try your interesting blends!

I did 195 for about a minute, which made a really good cup of this. I have never had mate on its own and don’t know what it tastes like.

My mom bought me around a pound of Marshmallow Macoron from Teavana about a year ago. I still have about a pound left if that says anything about the tea. Mate Nectar is what I wish the Macoron tea tasted like. They’re similar for sure, but this MN definitely tastes way more natural.

I can taste all of the flavors. It’s a well balanced tea. My sister is enjoying it right now too.

Flavors: Apple, Candy, Carrot, Marshmallow

Fjellrev

A pound! Did she think you would like it that much?

JakeB

haha I think they were getting rid of all of their old stuff, so it was really cheap.

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Holiday TTB

Liquid Proust kindly donated a generous pouch of this tea to the Holiday TTB. I was feeling in need of a pick-me-up this morning, so decided to give it a try. It brews up to a beautiful deep orangey-red color with an enticing fruity aroma. The flavor is rich honey fruit sweetness. The first few sips were lovely, but the sweetness became a bit much for me by the end of the cup (I usually drink my tea unsweetened).

Flavors: Fruity, Honey, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Liquid Proust

It does have home made tutti frutti in it :)
I drink my tea unsweet too so this would have thrown me off as well

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484 tasting notes

This was a donation from Liquid Proust for the Herbal and Decaf TTB. Thank you!

I couldn’t really give this one a fair treatment, since I’m having something of an aversion to sweet things with this pregnancy. Sometimes I’ll eat or drink something and the sweetness is just overwhelming and utterly unappealing. It’s really strange since I normally have something of a sweet tooth, and it wasn’t the case with my last two pregnancies. Since this tea was presweetened, I just could not take more than a couple of sips, and I couldn’t really focus on the flavor other than the overwhelming sweetness. I’d be willing to try it when my taste buds are back to normal, but it’s not for me right now.

Flavors: Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I think I am living in the wrong part of the country…ok, stop rolling your eyes, I kinda like it here now, I just also think I am addicted to rain. It has been an especially wet spring and summer, one of the reasons we are having such a hard time moving, EVERY house we have looked at has a horrid mold problem, and if I can’t breathe in the house, well, it is a problem. Although it would be good for cultivating rare and exciting basement fungi! Anyway, what I am getting at is it has not rained in like three days and that makes me sad! I keep stalking accuweather for signs of rain and get so excited when there is a chance of storms and rain. Yeah, I need to move somewhere with steady rains!

So, it is time once again to return to Liquid Proust Teas, this time for Mate Nectar. Honestly this tea had me at the word nectar, I am part hummingbird, I swear! This is a blend of Brazilian Mate (one of the Ilex plants that is naturally caffinated and native to the Americas, the others include Guayusa and Yaupon), Green Rooibos, Rock Candy, Apple, Marshmallow Root, Beet Root, Strawberry, Carrot Flakes, Flower Petals, and Flavoring. Quite the list of yummies! I was told by the creator himself that this tea is good cold steeped, and well, tis the season! The aroma of the pile of yummies before I toss them in my steeper is super sweet! Lots of berries and sugary goodness, a touch of grassy hay and vegetation (hello Mate!) and a finish of apples and carrots. The name nectar really is fitting, it smells like pixie food. Kinda looks like pixie food too!

After an overnight steeping, the travel steeper that I used now looks like a sunset, the beet root at the bottom turned it a lovely red that gradients up to orange. Giving it a shake mixes it all up, but it is quite pretty. The aroma is super fruity and sweet, cane sugar, marshmallows, fresh sweet apples, and strawberries waft out of the steeper. A hint of honey and fresh hay bring up the tail end of the aroma, so much sweetness though, which I am totally ok with.

I have a confession, usually I am not much of a Mate person, I don’t dislike it but I rarely go out of my way to seek it out. This brew might make me a believer…in fact maybe I just don’t like Mate warm, tastes like lawn clippings (and not the clean clippings like you get from a freshly mown lawn, this is the stuff from the next day that you get a mouthful of when you trip on wet grass and fall into the grass clipping pile) not a taste you want warm. The crisp hay and clover flower notes from the Mate when cold are pretty fantastic. Toss in sugar cane sweetness, lots of sweet apple and strawberries, and oh yes delightful marshmallow at the finish with a slight almond nuttiness as the aftertaste. This truly is nectar like, sweet and cold on a hot day, well, I am in a happy place. In theory I should try this hot, but I don’t wanna! Bravo my tea blending friend, I think I found a new favorite hot day drink.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/08/liquid-proust-teas-mate-nectar-tea.html

Flavors: Almond, Apple, Hay, Marshmallow, Strawberry, Sugarcane

Shelley_Lorraine

I love rain too! so much so that my youngest sister thought that my name (Shelley Lorraine) was pronounced “shelley in the rain” ( love my little sis!).

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1112 tasting notes

I want to forget how long I spent on this tea :p
I actually made four batches of rock candy to test for water temperature… that was interesting, but I finally got it to not completely dissolve over three steeps!

Look at this ingredients list though:
Brazilian mate, green rooibos from South Africa, rock candy (sugar, corn syrup, food coloring, flavor), apple, marshmallow root, beet root, strawberry, carrot flakes, flower petals, flavoring

Liquid Proust

I uploaded the pictures in the wrong order… my bad.

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