Strawberry Fields

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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This aromatic White Tea is a combination of White Tea, apple pieces, currants, hibiscus, melon cubes, strawberry pieces and strawberry slices. Enjoy the delicious flavour of strawberries all year round with Strawberry Fields tea.

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3134 tasting notes

Whoops, missed logging this from a few days ago. I brewed it extra-strong hot, diluted it with cold water, and chilled it. It tasted kind of gross lukewarm, but once it was cold, it was great! Could have stood to be a bit stronger, though. It looks like this is another to add to the summer cold-brew pile, which is completely fine given that I’m capable of gulping down quite a lot of cold tea when it’s available. I’ve actually even been finding myself selecting cold tea over juice (aside from breakfast OJ), as the sweetness is a bit much for me. (Of course, then I went and bought 4 2L cartons of refrigerated juice because it was on sale…)

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1220 tasting notes

I’m going to have to try this cold brewed with the rest of the bag!

I’m playing way too much SongPop on Facebook. I would go play on my phone but the sound is so low I can’t get anything right. I am destroying my competition in everything but “modern country” which I think two people have figured out they should choose in order to win against me, as I mute the sound and pick what they pick.

Because of this, I am also thinking a lot about “Strawberry Fields Forever” as I drink this. It used to be my favorite song! Every month or so, a local pizza place had some kind of appreciation night for my school and they had those little tableside juke boxes that played for the whole restaurant. Every time, I had to have “Strawberry Fields Forever” play. Didn’t care that it was The Beatles at the time, just liked it because I liked strawberries a lot.

This reminds me a bit of strawberry jello. It’s very strawberry but there’s just something in the background that one second makes me think jello and the next makes me think of cake.

Good thing I picked up some lovely strawberries today (thank you California for your neverending supply of them) because now I need some actual berries thanks to this tea.

Thanks, Kittenna!

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1163 tasting notes

I have now finished my whole 50grams of this. It is a little more tart than the first time I made it for some reason. I think it would have been better without the hibiscus. I still like it and it is still very refreshing as an iced tea but I am decreasing the rating because it isn’t as good as I first thought it was.

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658 tasting notes

Last night I was making a no-bake cheesecake that was supposed to use pomegranate juice. I didn’t have a pomegranate so decided to use berries instead, but my berries had gone bad. So after remembering how intense this tea was, I used it instead. It turned out absolutely amazing!

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107 tasting notes

Aaaaand, it also makes an awesome syrup for cheesecake! It’s more watery than I expected, and very sweet. But then, very sweet is how I like it. The best part about how liquid it is is that the crust soaks up a lot of it! Recipe courtesy DAVIDsTEA:

-6 teaspoons of tea
-1 cup water
-1 cup sugar

Brew the tea in the water as you normally would, then strain the tea into a small saucepan. Slowly stir in the sugar and simmer on medium-low for 10-15 minutes.

When I have more energy I swear I will get back to reviews. I not only have my last 52teas order to review (which arrived about the time my computer went down, I think), but my Verdant order arrived on Friday too!


oh no, a downed computer!! ick :/

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95 tasting notes

I’m not going to change the rating since I really do enjoy this tea hot
This isn’t good cold brewed!
I found the taste to be very artificial and bitter when cold steeped for about 16 hours.
Didn’t even finish the pitcher :(

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746 tasting notes

I have been using my kids iced tea tumbler from DAVIDs lately (well, since I got it Monday), taking it to work with me with stuff from home and just filling it with water when it’s out, but today I decided to get more iced tea, and I went to Teaopia with it (no DAVIDs in the mall I work at). I knew that I was going for an iced tea (I don’t think the tumblers do hot, do they??) which means that my palate changes a little. I’m a little more open to herbals and fruit teas and teas with hibiscus as I can handle a little tart iced, just not hot. Though not super tart. And some of my favourite hot teas don’t necessarily work out well iced. Of course some are great both ways.

Anyhow, I told Danielle (I think that’s her name) that I wanted an iced tea, and I had been thinking of maybe Coconut Cream or Love Spell, but she brought over Strawberry Fields, and a few others, but Strawberry Fields won, hands down. So even though it has some hibiscus, it’s not terribly dominant, and I thought it was ok if it was iced.

And it was. AND, yet again, I took this one unsweetened! What is happening to me?! :P Probably for the better I’m taking more of my teas unsweetened, though I’m sure I will still be having some sweetened. Might it be better with a touch of agave/honey/sugar, etc? Probably. But I’m cool with it as is for now I think. The only thing I will say is that it was not terribly strong, and as the ice melted, it watered down pretty fast, and tasted like a slightly sweet and fruity water, like a spa water or something.

This is something I’ll definitely look into getting for the summer.

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Unfortunately I found this tea to be very tart. I could not taste the strawberries at all. I tried two different steeps, but found both to be disappointing since this tea seems to be very popular. I will be returning this for something else.

Daniel Scott

Wow, really? Huh, I adore this one. Is it very tart…can’t recall now! Curious to know your steeping time/temp for this?

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With my kettle, I can’t control for temperature. The first steep was after boiling (I know a crime, but I was running late this morning) and I gave it five minutes (I like my tea strong). The second steep, the water was boiled, but I let it cool down to a manageable temperature and still let it steep five minutes.

Any thoughts to make it better?

Daniel Scott

Whoa, no wonder! Nooo to just boiled water. You probably shouldn’t steep a white at hotter than 80-85 degrees C. If you don’t have a tea thermometer, try putting some water in a pan on the stove. Take it off the heat JUST as you start to see bubbles forming – that should be about 80 degrees.

And 5 minutes is way too long for this one – I’d maybe start at 1.5 or 2.

Black teas I tend to like strong and I grew up leaving the bag in for 5 minutes or more. But I’ve found loose leaf – especially more delicate teas – to be stuff you need to experiment with. I remember now…when I first tried this one I started with too LOW a temp because I was concerned about scorching the leaves (68 degrees or so), so I let it sit in the water longer to compensate and make it “stronger.” It was naaaasty.

Daniel Scott

Haha, I’m stuck doing nothing but since our kettle broke. It was a sad moment, but in the time since I’ve realized how many temps I was screwing up when my only two options were boiling (kettle) or 68 degrees (hot water dispenser).

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1683 tasting notes

I had a cuppa from the shop this morning…. and enjoyed it immensely! However, David’s strawberry white has set the bar out of reach on this one. If I had to compare the two, David’s would win hands down.
This tea is heavier on the strawberry. Without any sugar at all the sweet yet tart aroma and flavour is strong. The white tea takes more of a backseat but it’s nice for a change. I can imagine, like most tea’s I love, that it would be fantastic iced.
As for the finish/aftertaste… it has that same mild pleasant taste but has a slightly acrid lingering effect that I don’t see in David’s version- I suspect because the strawberry is less prominent.
Overall, I would buy this again… but only hot in a cup, not to take home with me- and that’s assuming I can’t get to a David’s :)
(errr, just in case that wasn’t clear!)
Also, bring breathmints… I needed them!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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437 tasting notes

Made with steeps of around a minute I did not find this tea to be tart like others were finding. Instead I am getting a kind of strawberry shortcake type flavour, as the fruit mixes with the creaminess of the white tea. Having said that the fruity flavour doesn’t last through resteeps. Pleasant enough but not a must have, which is good as it is no longer available.

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