Passionfruit Oolong

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Fruit Oolong Blend
Natural Passionfruit Extract, Oolong, Passionfruit
Fruity, Passion Fruits
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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 g 12 oz / 358 ml

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High altitude oolong infused with passionfruit. Intense passionfruit aroma. Light and smooth body with strong passionfruit flavor. Fragrant finish with long sweet after taste.

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I have been trending toward black teas lately (and flavored blacks at that), so I’ve decided to drink an oolong every day (during the week at least) to make sure that I don’t let them age too muc, since they are much more likely to suffer with age than the black teas.

Today, after my rose oolong, I grabbed this one. Man I forgot how mind-blowingly good this is. It’s totally one of those teas that I can’t even imagine how they made it this good. The score is well deserved.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

I loved this one too… I should get some more !

Cameron B.

Ooh I need to try this one, love fruit-flavored oolongs!


Naivetea has some great products, I am surprised they’re not more popular on Steepster


Me too, TeaBrat! Naivetea has such great stuff.

Cameron – they have sample packs where you can choose which of their scented teas you want. A great way to try a variety of their teas.

Cameron B.

Ooh, nice. They have several interesting-sounding flavors, too! :D


I feel like my holiday present to myself has to be a Naivetea flavored oolong order…

John MN Oolong is one of best kind of tea. That’s my favorite tea also.

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I did try cold brewing the rest of this sample for 24 hours. It really brings forth the buttery flavor of this tea but it also made the passionfruit very strong, almost bitter. So I think I can safely say I prefer this hot and it’s a great fruity oolong!

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190 tasting notes

First impressions of this tea is in the smell. The scent of the dry leaves smells a lot like candy, and smell very sweet. After steeping, the dry leaves and the tea liquor smelled a lot like the Acai Emergen-C vitamin C drink packages. I do not know what Passion fruit smells like, but this tea smelled very sweet, like acai, and had hints of crisp apple and peach in the scent as well.

Check out a more in depth review & a time lapse steep video at my blog!


I just ordered a sample of this and can’t wait to try it…

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Simply delicous :) The passionfruit aroma was very strong but the taste was a mild bit of citrus paired with a very nice creamy oolong.

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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21 tasting notes

This is the fourth scented/infused oolong I’ve tried from Naivetea and like the others I quite enjoy it! The passionfruit flavor is spot on, not too much but not too little, and the scent is heavenly. To compare this flavor with the others, I’d rate it higher than strawberry but not quite as delicious as lychee or white kyoho grape!

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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6 tasting notes

Good blend but odd choice to use Oolong for this. Cannot be the highest quality due to blend use. Good taste mix

Flavors: Fruity

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec 3 tsp 34 OZ / 1000 ML

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This is one of my favorite fruit teas. it has that green tea with the aroma and light fruity taste. Well, in regards to servings I have learned its just not actually measured but just by feel.

Flavors: Passion Fruits

170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec
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272 tasting notes

Another winner from NaiveTea! The dry leaf is very sweet smelling, with the aroma of exotic tropical fruits. I steeped it according to package directions (50s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 90s, and 2m). The first steeps tasted unmistakably of succulent passionfruit. As with their lychee oolong, the passionfruit takes front and center here and complements the buttery oolong in the background. It has a similar juicy sweetness and thick mouthfeel. Nothing artificial about this tea at all. After about 6 steeps, I cold steeped the leaves in the fridge overnight for a fantastic iced tea.

Flavors: Fruity, Passion Fruits

200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 0 sec 2 g 4 OZ / 118 ML

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199 tasting notes

Naivetea does it again! Another delicious flavored oolong – this time it’s passion fruit. Not quite as good as their lychee oolong, but still, a wonderful flavor that doesn’t overpower the base and doesn’t taste fake.


I have to try these blends. They sound so good!


Man, the lychee is the best flavor that has ever happened to oolong! So darn good!


Favorite tea ever….. but I haven’t tried the lychee yet :)


Their lychee oolong is worth it :)

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217 tasting notes

I purchased two of Naivetea’s sample boxes last week and they finally arrived yesterday!! I can’t believe they took just over a week from order to arrival and it was only shipping from 250 miles away but the wait was certainly worth it!

Opening the packet up, Im immediately hit with the sweet and slightly acidic smell of fresh passionfruit, if I closed my eyes I would think someone was holding a fresh cut passionfruit in front of my face!! Such a heady, indulgent, succulent scent!!

I decided to steep in my little oolong yixing pot following Naivetea’s steeping directions… First steep at 50 seconds and the scent is not as prominent as the dry leaf, the flavor is muted but there is definitely some light passionfruit notes in each sip. Second steep at 40 second, the passionfruit flavor is a little more prominent, more juicy with a distinct buttery end note, the liquor has changed to a slightly more vibrant but beautiful yellow color. Third steeping at 50 seconds, and the scent is infinitely more floral and there is still a slight passionfruit flavor which is balanced with a vegetal flavor. Fourth and final steeping because I’m ready for something else, not because this tea has given up all its flavor… this time I steeped for 2 minutes (as Naivetea recommends for the 7th steeping) there is still a distinct passionfruit scent and the flavor is still present but fading a little… All in all this tea is pretty delicious, I expected a slightly more prominent passionfruit flavor due to the powerful scent of the dry leaves but I’m in no way disappointed with what the tea delivered and will absolutely purchase more when this sample is done.

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