Teatoxy Energize

Tea type
Flowering Food Fruit Herbal Rooibos Yerba maté Blend
Ingredients
Lavender, Lemongrass, Rose Petals
Flavors
Lemongrass, Pastries, Rose, Herbaceous, Herbs, Toasty
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Bulk, Loose Leaf, Sachet, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 252 ml

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  • “This tea looks really cool – you need to see it! big flat ribbons of green, weird curly pink things and pretty blue flowers! The flavor is similar if you have had Bluechai (butteryfly pea flower)...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, after treating myself to that special offer of Teatoxy’s, I’ve been rather busy so I haven’t had chance to write up my thoughts! With all of the intrigue around this tea, I had to try this. To...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you guys for all the positive reviews! Unfortunately we’ve only received 5 so far and would like that to change fast!! That’s why we’re offering another 10 of our “Teatoxy Tea Packs” for only...” Read full tasting note
  • “Well, it’s certainly blue! I’ve never tried a bluechai blend before, but I guess I was expecting something paler. This is seriously blue, and so pretty to look at! I used 2 tsp of leaf and gave it...” Read full tasting note
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From Teatoxy

Teatoxy Energize is a 100% organic blue detox tea blend that is absolutely unqiue and gives you the energy you need to stay fit throughout your day.

Our master blenders have created Teatoxy Energize with 3 things in mind: flavour, health and energy.

By combining organic Thai lemongrass, Pandan leaves, Moroccan Rose pedals with Bluechai and Lavender you get an amazingly delicious, all natural tea with a vast amount of health benefits.

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14 Tasting Notes

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This tea looks really cool – you need to see it! big flat ribbons of green, weird curly pink things and pretty blue flowers!

The flavor is similar if you have had Bluechai (butteryfly pea flower) before. It has herby, bamboo, celery, vegetal note with a lemongrass finish. This is a neat herbal for something that isn’t the usual floral or mint. Plus, this tea steeps up BLUE! Very blue!

Full review on Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/teatoxy-detox-tea/ Such colourful tea and pretty dry leaf!

carol who

Sounds so pretty!

Lindsay

I’m going to have to try the blue tea at some point, just because the colour is so amazing. :)

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So, after treating myself to that special offer of Teatoxy’s, I’ve been rather busy so I haven’t had chance to write up my thoughts! With all of the intrigue around this tea, I had to try this. To my delight, I enjoyed it so much that I tried it again.

The first time I brewed it, I took a spoonful of tea (taking care to get a full mix of ingredients) and brewed it up in a small porcelain cup for around 5 minutes. This produced an amazingly blue liquid – almost ink blue! :O

The smell was nice enough – an unusual, but certainly pleasant, combination of citrus and pastries (NOTE: when I saw ‘pastries’ in someone else’s tags, I assumed it would just be a mild note – I was so wrong! In smell and flavour, this tea shares a clear resemblance with very buttery, freshly baked pastries :O!!!). The flavour was amazing, though – an initial wash of lemongrass subsides to leave a longer lasting flavour of Iranian pastries (that is to say a lovely rose-water flavour, but not too sweet, with a deliciously creamy, pastry flavour). I couldn’t really believe the depth of flavour.

The second infusion was a little less impressive – I used 2.5-3 tsp in 300ml and brewed for 8 mins. It still produced a refreshing, fruity cup, with delicious pastry flavours, but it didn’t bring out as much of the rosewater complexities of the first.

Still, this is a surprisingly delicious tea with an amazingly dark, ink-blue colour. I deffo recommend trying it :D

I think this is one I’ll experiment with a little more! :D

Flavors: Lemongrass, Pastries, Rose

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 3 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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Thank you guys for all the positive reviews! Unfortunately we’ve only received 5 so far and would like that to change fast!!

That’s why we’re offering another 10 of our “Teatoxy Tea Packs” for only 25$ incl FREE DHL express shipping to anywhere in the world and a FREE Strawberry Loose Tea Strainer.

Use code “STEEPME” during checkout and we’ll dispatch tomorrow
(Valid only for https://teatoxy.com/packPLEASE review us here once you’ve brewed your first cups of Teatoxy)

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Well, it’s certainly blue! I’ve never tried a bluechai blend before, but I guess I was expecting something paler. This is seriously blue, and so pretty to look at! I used 2 tsp of leaf and gave it 5 minutes in boiling water. The scent while brewing is almost malty (like you’d smell in a working maltings, or a brewery), and it immediately made me think that this might make a good bedtime drink. Underneath the malt is a heavy floral – lavender and rose, primarily, which adds to the relaxing vibe of this tea.

In terms of taste, this one comes out very close to its scent. The initial taste is maltiness, followed by the floral – lavender first, then rose. This then fades and gives way to lemongrass, which rounds off the sip on a soothing herbal note. I’m guessing its the bluechai or the pandan that are adding the malty scent and flavour, but I have no experience with either so I don’t know for certain.

This is a pleasant cup to drink. Personally, I find the main ingredients here, and the flavour profile, far more suggestive of a calming, relaxing bedtime blend. I probably wouldn’t think of it as an energy giving tea, but that’s just my personal impression. It’s such an unusual blend, and such an unusual colour, that it’s certainly a unique novelty in my cupboard. Another good introduction to Teatoxy – so far, I like what I’ve seen.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp
Red Fennekin

I looked up some photos and was really surprised by just how blue this tea goes :O

Veronica

I had a hot pink tea not too long ago. I’m actually debating picking this one up just for the shock and awe factor when serving it to friends. :)

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I really like looking at the dry leaf for this one too. The Pandan leaves have a most interesting shape, curly and twisty.

This blend has such a peculiar aroma. Pickles. I tried smelling for something else but that’s all that came up. It’s either one ingredient, or all of the ingredients’ aromas mixing together. Or maybe it’s my nose.

For me, the most interesting aspect of this blend is the color of the tea: raspberry blue near the top of the cup and a deep indigo at the bottom. Such an amazing shade. Very pleasing aesthetically. The tea has a thick texture, and, bizarrely, tastes of Fruit Loops. Sweet, sugary, candy-like, a little bit grassy – but mostly Fruity Loops.

There’s something about this one that trips up my senses. It’s one of the most unusual teas I’ve ever had. So no rating. Needless to say, I like it. Recommended for anyone who wants to try something different. I drank this twice before I wrote this review. It pepped me up each time!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I drank this tonight with lemon juice. I’m not sure the intensity of the lemon and rose work super well together, but it was worth it for the intense purple colour of the tea.

Flavors: Lemongrass, Rose

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Going to have a big cup of this before I leave for work. More big chunks of ingredients in this one. It’s really light, too. Lots of Lemongrass and whole flowers!

I’ve never had Bluechai, so I was really surprised when it brewed up as blue as it did. I know it says blue, but I didn’t expect it to look like gatorade! I also added a couple drops of Lemon towards the end of my cup to watch it turn a very pleasing shade of purple. In terms of scent and taste, I’m really getting the bright, refreshing Lemongrass. Again, very fresh tasting. There’s definitely something else I’m tasting in the background, but I can’t pick out which ingredient it is, maybe a mix of them? I think I’m getting a hint of rose in the scent as it cools.

This is one I’ll definitely be serving to company in my clear pot. It’s just so unique! Not at all overpowering, but certainly enough flavor to keep me interested, so I’m not likely to get sick of it. I’m really liking this company so far, nice to know I’m drinking something that’s good for me.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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My Teatoxy order arrived this morning :D It was packed beautifully and presented well.
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The leaves are a large and rough blend, looking very floral and firm though also natural and good quality. They smell lightly herbal, nothing specific standing out though, perhaps the lemongrass if any.

I steeped a large pot of this and watched the liquid diffuse into gorgeous blue liquid. My husband had a wtf? reaction to it’s colour as I hadn’t told him about bluechai flowers before. I had to take a picture, because when I say it’s blue I literally mean it. Unfortunately I don’t have any lemon in the house to turn it purple. It was a long 8 minute steep though I expected as much from a herbal tea anyway.

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Tasting time. I took a large sip without knowing what to expect. It’s thickly lemongrass though there is a toasted element to it also. So toasted lemongrass, unusual yet very nice at the same time, and it lingers sweetly in the after taste. There is also a mixed herbal thickness though it is blended in well enough to not be a negative factor, and it tastes fairly fresh.

I’ve had a few cups of this now from my large pot and I really like it. I love lemongrass tea in general but this blend gives it another depth that I haven’t really tried before. It’s still a lemongrass tea but with the toasty and sweet herby elements it becomes something else! An excellent introduction to this company so far. And as far as my energy level goes this has picked me up somewhat.

Flavors: Herbs, Lemongrass, Toasty

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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Thank you guys for all the positive reviews! Unfortunately we’ve only received 5 so far and would like that to change fast!!

That’s why we’re offering another 10 of our “Teatoxy Tea Packs” for only 25$ incl FREE DHL express shipping to anywhere in the world and a FREE Strawberry Loose Tea Strainer.

Use code “STEEPME” during checkout and we’ll dispatch tomorrow
(Valid only for https://teatoxy.com/packPLEASE review us here once you’ve brewed your first cups of Teatoxy)

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