Fruit Punch Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Flavour
Flavors
Berries, Berry, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Mango, Peach
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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  • “Thanks for the share, Roswell Strange! This tea smells somewhat fruity in the bag; nothing stands out in particular, although it is definitely more in the tropical realm than anything. If I had to...” Read full tasting note
    62
  • “My cravings this week for fruity, tropical and/or summer inspired tea blends is apparently not isolated to teas from DT, because I felt myself deeply “called” to revisit this tea… I feel like my...” Read full tasting note
    68
  • “Mmmm…. fruity. The tea has a scent of peaches, with some mangoes, and perhaps berries. It is a nice aroma. There really isn’t a dominate fruit flavour. Actually, it does taste like fruit punch. But...” Read full tasting note
    87

From Oolong Inc

This is a wonderful blend that will delight you from the very first whiff of aroma to the last drop on the lip. The experience starts with a blast of fruity fragrance. The milky and peachy notes becomes more pronounced in the second and third infusion. Aroma and flavor remain strong after 3 infusions. This is a must try experience.

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12 Tasting Notes

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4753 tasting notes

Thanks for the share, Roswell Strange!

This tea smells somewhat fruity in the bag; nothing stands out in particular, although it is definitely more in the tropical realm than anything. If I had to guess, I’d likely go with mango as the fruit I’m smelling the most, but it would really only be a guess. Brewed up, the flavour is similar and nondescript, not bad, but not anything overly special. However, for some reason it’s giving me a strong craving for a french “red fruits” tea, or something with strong berry notes. Not sure why.

Overall, I suppose fruit punch is an accurate enough name for this, given that it tastes like a melange of fruits instead of any one in particular, but it also doesn’t taste like the fruit punch I’m used to (which is fine. I’m not a fan of juice box fruit punch!) It’s not a bad tea, but pretty mediocre.

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10884 tasting notes

My cravings this week for fruity, tropical and/or summer inspired tea blends is apparently not isolated to teas from DT, because I felt myself deeply “called” to revisit this tea…

I feel like my rating of 68 is maybe a little bit harsh. There’s really nothing wrong with this tea at all, and it makes for a pleasantly smooth and simple drink with lots of the black tea flavour coming through and complimenting a stripped back and approachable “Hawaiian Punch” profile. It’s a pretty good tea for the super simple ingredient list and, while it does fade to the back of mind quite often, at this moment I have no complaints.

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687 tasting notes

Mmmm…. fruity. The tea has a scent of peaches, with some mangoes, and perhaps berries. It is a nice aroma. There really isn’t a dominate fruit flavour. Actually, it does taste like fruit punch. But more mild. Good with the scones.

Thanks for the sample, Oolong Inc.

Flavors: Berries, Berry, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Mango, Peach

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