Caribbean Cocktail

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Creamy vanilla finishing with a burst of sweet fruit!

In parts of the Caribbean, there’s a well-known phrase: “Pura vida!”. (It translates as pure life.) More than a simple saying, pura vida is a state of mind. Why do we mention it? Take just one sip of this creamy, dreamy, fresh, and fruity concoction and you’ll understand exactly. Que rico!

Apple, Pineapple, Papaya, Hibiscus, Cranberry, 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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Just a few more T Kettle blends to write notes for – I didn’t try all of their teas but a very significant chunk of their website, and now I just have tasting notes for the last few stragglers from that initial sampling…

This is very clearly modeled after Caribbean Crush from DT – it’s one of the most overt of the T Kettle “dupes”. As a stand alone tea, it’s not bad at all – sweet tropical pineapple and red berry with some vanilla undertones. The finish is a smidge soapy to me, and I can’t place exactly what that’s coming from. As a side by side against Caribbean Crush, I find this doesn’t make as strong of an impression – it just lacks a lot of the juiciness of Caribbean Crush and overall the taste/mouthfeel is just thinner. There’s also a much more overt vanilla/cream flavouring in this blend – and while there is cream flavouring in Caribbean Crush it’s not really there to make the blend taste creamy – y’know!? So it feels a touch out of place here.

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