Utopian Jewel

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Sumptuous fruits abound in this delicious Oolong cornucopia. Red ripe raspberries and succulent strawberries radiate like jewels among the emerald green Oolong leaves. Be transported to an ideal state of mind, body, and happiness with this gem of a tea!

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 ounces of water. Heat water to just before boiling (195 degrees) and steep for 3-4 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.

Oolong tea, raspberries, strawberry pieces, apple bits, raisins, carrot bits, beetroot pieces and malt. Now gluten-free!

This tea blends well with:
Emerald Bamboo Forest White Tea

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243 tasting notes

Backlogging from Saturday.

Saturday was a rough day, the in-laws were in town, so much cleaning and preparation had to be done. While it was in progress, disaster struck, early in the morning when I was putting away dishes and accidently smashed my favorite Coconut Beehouse Teapot. I’d probably move on, get another replica but there would be a 10 minute period there where I would just be inconsolable. I had to get to the nearest Teavana ASAP to get a replacement.

The nearest locale is relatively new, and unfamiliar with me and my tea addiction, trying to upsell and sample me everything in the store, I quickly located the nearest and most uninterested Teavana worker, told her exactly what I needed – the teapot on the tip-top shelf and a cup of tea. I chose Utopian Jewel, I wanted oolong and fruit and something to celebrate my success at finding my teapot and to calm the nerves from the adventure this morning.

Unfortunately, this was not quite what I remembered. I asked for it iced and slightly sweetened with the Rock sugar. The tea is light, though unfamiliar, it is more tart and bitter than I remembered; maybe the “slightly sweetened” is different from what I get at my other Teavanas. Oh well. The fruit: raspberries, strawberries and apples, will of course be a bit tart with this, probably why Teavana suggests blending it with another, mild and sweeter tea, which I refused. However, the large raisins and the malty aroma would suggest that slightly sweet, should be sweet enough. Again, oh well. I have no regrets about the tea, you would expect that fruit power house to be tart, especially when you read the description (just now) and find out there is also carrot and beet.

Now, I wonder how this would be blended with another tea, maybe a white or green tea, something a little floral and crisp and clean…I will have to finish more of my stash before I find out.

Madison Bartholemew

I heard that it goes well with their white chai… never tried it though

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514 tasting notes

Not to shabby. . .not fantsatic but not awful either. Just a decent little tea. Helping me finish off my -never-ending day.

Thanks DJ Booth for the sample!! :0)

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371 tasting notes

Got this in my sweetea packaged from Ellen(silversun). The aroma of this tea is amazing. However the flavor doesn’t quite match the aroma. It’s a decent flavored Oolong. I’m glad I got a chance to try this tea since Teavana has discontinued this tea.

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15 tasting notes

The smell was definitely more exciting than the taste. Probably wouldn’t buy this again, but The fact that aroma is delicious, and the tea is just so pretty (the carrot and beetroot pieces) it would probably make a good gift- considering how beneficial Oolongs are for health and such. It’s good when I’m not really paying attention.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Carrot and beetroot? Yum, a sweet AND savory tea:)

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59 tasting notes

For some reason I always have to steep this one way longer than the brewing suggestions.

I’d say it’s an ok tea. The dried leaves have a strong aroma but the flavor is more mild. It’s a good fruity base for blending with other teas. By itself it sometimes tastes like it’s missing something.

195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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162 tasting notes

Hot – nice light smooth fruity flavor. not much more to say about it since it was discontinued.

Iced – my wife was not happy about this being discontinued. We had to go and restock b/c she asked me to make her it Iced every day. She is not a tea drinking but she loved this. We normally just had it with no sugar and it was good. but the last time we added a little sugar and it was great. the sugar made all of the favors pop.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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9 tasting notes

An above average iced oolong.

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25 tasting notes

very fruity, aroma is great and so is the nice red color. I really enjoyed and if u like i sugjest this stockholm tea house one i reviewed. I would recomend this tea for any fruit lover. I made mine wrong, not knowing it should be 195 and 3 min and it still came out good, re steeped once for fun too, wasnt bad

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85 tasting notes

This tea is quite tasty.It’s been one of my favorites for a while. It blends well with about anything fruity. I’ve had the best luck with blending in some Ginseng Vitality as well as Youthberry.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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12 tasting notes

Great aroma, though the taste wasn’t anything to write home about.

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