Black Forest

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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A silky smooth blend that makes one think of cherries, coconut, and rich black tea. Contains black tea, green mate, coconut, flavoring, rose petals, and cornflower blossoms.

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558 tasting notes

Bumping up a few points for it’s great taste when iced. I actually craved more of this tea today. I may have to pick up some more of this when I head to MN in two weeks. I love that my family lives so close to this tea store. Loving the cherry flavor. Maybe I can mix it with another coconut tea (pina colada honeybush?) to get more of the black forest cake flavor.

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432 tasting notes

First thank you Meghann M for this sample. This is the first of many to go.

I went into this blind. I didn’t look up the ingredents because I wanted to see if I could identify them myself. Big mistake, I couldn’t tell what I was tasting at all. What I do know is that all the flavors were blended evenly so I couldn’t distinguish what was what and it was worse, after I read what the ingredients were I still couldn’t taste the cherry at all but did notice the coconut. Keep this in mind although I was not a big fan of this one I still greatly apprecaite the opportunity to try it. I have more left so I may give it another chance. I had to use a larger mug today and it may be that I put too much water when steeping it so I may not be getting the full picture. I will try it again in the future and add more notes.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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1887 tasting notes

Well uping the steeping temperature/time made the sour cherry flavour a bit stronger, but this tea is still a long way from being black forest cake. It needs a sweeter, creamy element to it for it to work, I think. And chocolate – you can’t have black forest cake without the chocolate cake layers and chocolate shavings, yum!

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257 tasting notes

Thank you so much to MEGHANN for sending me a generous sample of this tea. I certainly tasted the cherry in the tea and, although you can see the coconut, I did not pick up on the coconut taste. It was a very pleasant afternoon tea, but I’m not likely to invest in a full bag unless the flavor really “pops” out distinctively.

I enjoyed it, however, because the light taste of cherry was very nice, but it made me crave a more distinctive flavour.

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9 tasting notes

This tea was too cherry-ish for me. I have found that if I brew it half & half with plain roasted mate, it mutes that flavor and becomes very pleasant. I would rate that combination at an 89.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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