Watermelon Bubblegum

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Bubblegum, Candy, Citrus, Watermelon
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Iced 2 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Bought this tea on a whim during my recent visit to Calgary, Alberta Canada. I love bringing back tea souvenirs from my vacations. Also picked up a nifty little yunomi teacup from a really cool...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, when I saw that T Kettle was carrying some catalog blends from wholesalers that I was familiar with the one that I hoped they would carry more than anything is this Watermelon Oolong that I...” Read full tasting note

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Luscious watermelon bubblegum cheek to cheek with sparkling lime finish.

Bubblegum, bubblegum in a dish, how many bubblegums do you wish? Get ready for the outrageous flavour of luscious watermelon gumballs and a gentle lime finish. This flavourful green tea blend just goes to show you’re never too old to enjoy some sweet bubblegummy goodness.

Green tea, Lemon, Lime leaves, Cornflower petals, Natural flavors.

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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Bought this tea on a whim during my recent visit to Calgary, Alberta Canada. I love bringing back tea souvenirs from my vacations. Also picked up a nifty little yunomi teacup from a really cool Japanese chain there called Oomomo.

The first thing to note about this tea is the smell. It is incredibly potent. Even without opening the bag, you can smell the watermelon candy from a mile away. The dry leaves, interspersed with pink ribbons (flowers?) and dried citrus rind, are quite beautiful to look at. Aroma is reminiscent of watermelon, Jolly Rancher candy, root beer, and soda. I had to double bag it because it was making my entire tea drawer smell like watermelon.

Ambient brewed the tea for a little over 2 hours and then served over ice. I was worried it might be too overpowering but the flavor was surprisingly balanced for such a strong scented tea. Juicy watermelon with a hard candy sweetness and hint of bubblegum flavor. Citrusy finish. The watermelon flavoring is pretty natural and not artificial or cloying. Pretty much nails the flavor it was going for.

Flavors: Bubblegum, Candy, Citrus, Watermelon

Preparation
Iced 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML
gmathis

I don’t remember reading very many favorable reviews of anything with watermelon in it—sounds like your whim was a winner!

LuckyMe

@gmathis You’re right most watermelon flavored tea isn’t great. They did a good job with this blend.

Mastress Alita

This sounds like one I would love carbonating.

ashmanra

Frasier Tea has good watermelon oolong!

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So, when I saw that T Kettle was carrying some catalog blends from wholesalers that I was familiar with the one that I hoped they would carry more than anything is this Watermelon Oolong that I adore. It’s been carried by dozens of companies now, including T by Daniel among others – I think I currently have some in my cupboard from Cuppa T Specialty Teas. I try to always have it on hand/don’t really care where I grab it from…

Sadly, it appears they’re not going to carry it – but I had to try this tea on the off chance it might use the same delicious watermelon flavouring that I love so much in that oolong. The gamble was worth it, because this is very much that same distinctly sweet and juicy watermelon candy flavouring that I adore so much. Like a Watermelon Jolly Rancher but without are tang/sourness to it!

I’ll be honest, I think “bubblegum” is a weird flavour descriptor here – it’s definitely a sweet and more candy leaning watermelon taste but it’s not really bubblegum in anyway. More like a watermelon hard candy, or even one of those gummy candies. I like it way more on the green tea base than I had expected to, and the addition of lime is surprisingly refreshing and adds a nice vibrant and playful top note to the cup. Also just a bit of crispness!

I do greatly prefer the Watermelon Oolong – but this would more than do in a pinch just to keep that watermelon flavouring in my life.

Lupiressmoon

Having bubblegum in a flavor description is kind of offputting to me! But I’m glad it’s a good tea. Don’t think I’ve tried a watermelon tea.

Dustin

I wonder if the reference was more in relation to the flavor of watermelon used in gum, like the Hubba Bubba brand watermelon gum and not what we typically refer to as classic bubble gum flavor that seems to be a mix of fruit flavors.

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