Jalapeno Tea!

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From Man Teas

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo! Here’s our premium Indian black teas blended with real freeze-dried jalapenos and natural jalapeno flavor! Man up and get some while you can. This is a limited edition blend!

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We here at Zoomdweebie’s (where we are “Nerdy About Tea”) have started this website to showcase only the manliest of teas. You won’t find any rose petal teas here, or any teas that smell like your grandmother’s air freshener. This is man tea country.

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807 tasting notes

Its very good – I just wish so much that it were far spicer!
Sweet pepper tasting more than jalapeno but excellent flavorings very natural fresh and from the garden tasting!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec
Dylan Oxford

You like spicy teas?


Such a weird tea! I’d be sure to hate this one though, especially if it tastes like sweet peppers, since I loathe cooked bell peppers!


I do Dylan – well depends on the KIND of spice though I suppose.
Oh yeah stay away from this Krystaleyn!


Warning: Dylan is now thinking of sending you pepper water!


ROFL!!! If that is a real thing I swear I would try it! Tell Dylan I said BRING IT ON!


Jalapenos stuffed with peanut butter IS GOOD!

Dylan Oxford

Haha, it’s called Seattle Spicy Chai by MarketSpice. It is intense. It’s also very.. particle-y. I’m sure there’s a word there that’s missing form my tea-cabulary. Anyway. Use a good, fine filter (Have I mentioned I love my Finum Brewing Basket?)


It is totally a real thing. It’s tea with so much pepper in it, it plugs the infuser up! Honestly the pepper drowns every thing else out, even on a second steep!


LOL yes Dylan you have mentioned that a few times :)
Dusty may be the word perhaps ummm what is that one word fannings I think it is – the particles…maybe.
So Missy you are saying I could pretty much brew up that stuff from pizza hut?


Wrong pepper. Think your normal black pepper in your shaker on the table. Peppercorn pepper! I think the pizzahut stuff would be better ;)


Ohhhhhh I like QUALITY peppercorns though!

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4847 tasting notes

This was the tea that AmazonV sent me for my HoppiTea gift! (thanks again!!!) And I’m thrilled. This is actually a tea that I’ve been wanting to try for some time but I just couldn’t bring myself to buy it for some reason. I don’t know why!

And this is really quite tasty. It smells like peppers, but not like the marinated jalapeno peppers you might buy in the store, instead, it smells like a fresh jalapeno… mixed with black tea. It’s really much more intriguing a smell than it sounds!

But what I really am enjoying (much more than I ever imagined I would) is the taste. This doesn’t have a Caliente! hot taste, but there is some kick to it. It’s much smoother than I thought it would be. I can taste the fruity notes of the pepper, but I can also taste the heat. It is not overwhelming though… a mild heat that progresses as I sip. This is actually quite an extraordinary tea! Now, I might need to try blending it with the tomato, basil and black pepper and make myself a salsa tea!

Errrm…. Hey Frank, how about a tortilla chip tea to go with it?

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1684 tasting notes

Thanks so much to Azzrian for this sample! I totally agree, this is more sweet pepper than hot! and I don’t know what, but something else was amiss. Maybe it was me, but I don’t think so…
This one didn’t speak to me as tasty at all. The first of many misses today. But you know what? I didn’t mind for some reason. I was in a mood to experiment :)


u b strikn out!


yep, I think I’ve scored a run by this point! ha!


I still gotta try this tea someday, as I LOVE peppers and hot food …


SimpliciTea: I have some left, you are more than welcome to it! :)


Thank you, but no thank you. : )

Not at the moment, anyway. Still, I may open to a swap this summer when I have FINALLY depleted all of my samples.


LOL I hear ya, I am drowning in samples myself :)

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419 tasting notes

Thank you LiberTEAS for this*. I’m not usually a Jalapeno fan (or anything too spicy really), but this was different and pretty darn tasty! There is a nice bit of kick and spice to it, but not overpowering, just really nice with a smooth finish.

*Purchased from her Tea Trade store. :)


I saw this online about a year ago and thought…who would want to drink jalepenos? But it sounds like it might be something to try!


I was thinking the same thing at the time. Lucky for me I got my hands on some LiberTEAS had for sale on Tea Trade.


How amazing! I didn’t know Frank made a Jalapeno tea! I love spicy, so I’ll have to be on the lookout for this one, if it ever comes around again, that is!

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371 tasting notes

I received this in my Hoppitea package. I just haven’t logged it yet. I was hesitant at first to try it wondering how Jalapeno and black tea would mix. The dry leaves smell like Jalapeno. In the cup it’s not too hot as I was expecting. It tastes more like green pepper. It’s not bad though, and mixing it with a little Lapsang……yum!


WHEW! SO glad I never got this. LOVE the idea of jalapeno, but ABSOLUTELY LOATHE green pepper.

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784 tasting notes

The nose is raw, under-ripe green pepper. No heat of the jalapeño. The heat comes in with a sip, and the raw pepper goes away. The black tea doesn’t hold up. Interesting to try, but not something I’d regularly drink.

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