Soursap

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Candy, Cherry, Lime, Pleasantly Sour, Guava, Sweet, Tart
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Edit tea info Last updated by Anlina
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec 22 oz / 638 ml

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  • “To be honest I have been avoiding this one. I was intrigued at first by name but upon smelling the dried leaves it was quickly put back. I got over my pickiness and decided tonight was the night. I...” Read full tasting note
    34
  • “This is quite a unique tea! I want to say it has a woodsy, maybe ceylon base, but I don’t know my black tea as well as green tea. I’m assuming the flavoring is coming from the soursop fruit. I’ve...” Read full tasting note
    86
  • “Cooking TTB #7 This was unlike any other tea I’ve had. It was delightfully sour in a way that hibiscus often wishes it could be. I read that soursap is supposed to taste similar to pineapple and...” Read full tasting note
    74
  • “Yes! So good! I knew when I smelled this, that I had to have it. Lots of Asian restaurants around here give out soursop hard candies instead of mints with the bill, and admittedly, when there’s...” Read full tasting note
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To be honest I have been avoiding this one. I was intrigued at first by name but upon smelling the dried leaves it was quickly put back. I got over my pickiness and decided tonight was the night. I brewed the leaves western styled and the aroma of lime, lemon, and watermelon rose from my mug. The liquor is an interesting cherry red. The initial flavor is a sour cherry. It reminds me of a cherry flavored warhead, but without the tears of pain and throbbing on the ground. It mostly stays that sweet sour “red” taste. This tea would probably be a lot better cold brewed. I couldn’t get past the candy flavor.

Flavors: Candy, Cherry, Lime

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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This is quite a unique tea! I want to say it has a woodsy, maybe ceylon base, but I don’t know my black tea as well as green tea. I’m assuming the flavoring is coming from the soursop fruit. I’ve never tasted one before but if it’s anything like this tea I’m sure it’s good. Clear medium amber color. Not much smell to the dry or wet leaves.

Preparation
2 min, 45 sec 1 tsp

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Cooking TTB #7

This was unlike any other tea I’ve had. It was delightfully sour in a way that hibiscus often wishes it could be. I read that soursap is supposed to taste similar to pineapple and something else…I can see the comparison to pineapple, which would probably be made stronger by the addition of sugar.

I had this both hot and cold (which means I intended to have it hot but got distracted part of the way through my cup and came back to it being cold…and I’m totally okay with that!) I really liked it both ways. I can imagine this would be quite refreshing as an iced tea in summer.

I’m grateful for the chance to try so many different teas that I would normally never be brave enough to order without trying!

Flavors: Pleasantly Sour

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Yes! So good! I knew when I smelled this, that I had to have it.

Lots of Asian restaurants around here give out soursop hard candies instead of mints with the bill, and admittedly, when there’s just a bowl of them by the till, I usually grab as many as I feel I can get away with. They’re delicious and I’ve yet to find them in Chinatown to buy.

This tea tastes like those candies. The black base is a bit rough, but the soupsop flavour is so good that they work together really well. The flavour is mouth filling, very accurate and lingers beautifully on a long finish. This isn’t a complicated tea, but it’s so tasty.

I will give this a try with sugar at some point, but I’m really pleased that it doesn’t need it. It’s got a bit of natural sweetness, a bit of sour that isn’t actually tart and it’s amazing.

I sometimes think that maybe I’m drifting away from flavoured teas, but ones like this bring it all home for me.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Sil

you’ve got me intrigued by this tea company… didn’t even know it existed haha

Anlina

You should check it out: http://sayteaonbloor.com Their prices are really good too, so even though they do a minimum of 55g, you can try a lot of stuff for not a lot of money.

Sil

yeah it’s on my list to go visit when i’m back from travelling heh

Daddyselephant

De and I will definitely have to go back when we return from the States in January.

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