Tropical Fire #985

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Edit tea info Last updated by RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “It’s like “bam” “pow” I just can’t explain it but it is definitely loud. I found this to be ok. It was one I sampled while at the store. Not sure I tasted the rose but I did get the passion...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My girlfriend was transferring this from a bag to a jar, and it smelled so good I had to try it immediately. Unfortunately, the tea couldn’t live up to the smell. It’s very light on the palate and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent day 3. I’ve been cheating . I’ve been opening the next day’s tea in all 3 advents the night before to plot my course of action for the morning cups. I’ll open them and smell them and tuck...” Read full tasting note

From TeaGschwendner

For those truly passionate about passion fruit. A mouth-watering crescendo awaits those who can take the heat. Excellent hot or iced.

Ingredients:
Black tea from Ceylon and China
Rose blossoms, roasted
Flavor

One heaping teaspoon (3 g) per 8 oz cup of filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2 min.

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It’s like “bam” “pow” I just can’t explain it but it is definitely loud. I found this to be ok. It was one I sampled while at the store. Not sure I tasted the rose but I did get the passion fruit. It was nice to try but I won’t be purchasing it.

Preparation
Iced

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My girlfriend was transferring this from a bag to a jar, and it smelled so good I had to try it immediately. Unfortunately, the tea couldn’t live up to the smell. It’s very light on the palate and and the flavor is forgettable. I don’t really taste anything tropical. There is a nice cinnamon aftertaste, but it seems out of place without any complementary flavor before it.

I have a feeling this would taste A LOT better iced.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Advent day 3. I’ve been cheating . I’ve been opening the next day’s tea in all 3 advents the night before to plot my course of action for the morning cups. I’ll open them and smell them and tuck them back away. When I opened this, there was so much tropical fruit scent that I feared it must have hibiscus in it. I was relieved when I steeped it that the water didn’t turn that tell tale pink! It’s been a stressful morning and I have been sipping this from my travel thermos while distracted. Now that I’m sitting for a few I’m noticing a lovely passion fruit flavor. Lupica used to have a passion EG, Loke Lani, that was wonderful and this brings that tea to mind. I can taste a bit of the tea in the sip, but the finish is all passion fruit. I’d consider a purchase of this and I’d be tempted to add a little Earl Grey in the mix. Not sure where the “fire” in Tropical Fire comes from, but this is a solid tea either way.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Maddy Barone

I don’t think I’d call that ‘cheating’. More like, planning. Go, you!

tea-sipper

Exactly. Good planning. haha

Dustin

In that case, I’m about ready to do some more planning for tomorrow!

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