Watermelon, Strawberry & Mint Cold Infuse

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Fruit Tea
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Flavors
Mint, Orange Zest, Strawberry
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Iced 8 min or more 2 g 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “I may be a OCD about doing things in the “right” order, & it might be alphabetically last of the five flavours, but it’s not coincidental that I tried this one last… I’m NOT a big fan of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “308/365 This is the last of the Cold Infuse flavours I bought to try, and my least favourite of the four. They’re right in suggesting that watermelon is the primary flavour, because it absolutely...” Read full tasting note
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I may be a OCD about doing things in the “right” order, & it might be alphabetically last of the five flavours, but it’s not coincidental that I tried this one last… I’m NOT a big fan of watermelon. So I didn’t really expect to like this one & on first taste I thought I wouldn’t. Overpowering watermelon was all I could taste. But brewed a lot longer than the recommended 3-5 minute minimum, suddenly there’s strawberry & subtle mint in the mix.
Still never going to be my favourite, but very pleasant & refreshing. A good alternative to the other four flavours.

NOTE – I LOVE the sound of the flavour that Steepsters from the UK have reviewed, Coconut, Pineapple & Green Tea. Why do they have that flavour & we Aussies don’t? Conversely, it seems like Brits don’t seem to have the divine Passionfruit, Mango & Blood Orange, or Lemon, Orange & Ginger… Why Twinings, why?

Flavors: Mint, Orange Zest, Strawberry

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 g 17 OZ / 500 ML
Cameron B.

I don’t think any of these “Cold Infuse” bags are available in the US. I have seen some cold brew bags from Twinings, but the flavors are nowhere near as interesting… :(

Teakatze

That’s a pity – I have to say they are absolutely the BEST cold drink now it is warming up here. The natural sweetness of the fruits is very refreshing and all less than 1mg of sugar!

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308/365

This is the last of the Cold Infuse flavours I bought to try, and my least favourite of the four. They’re right in suggesting that watermelon is the primary flavour, because it absolutely is. It’s a little too candy-like to really be refreshing, though; there’s a cloying sweetness that’s just too much, especially after you’ve taken a few successive sips. Mint is the secondary flavour, and I don’t much care for it as a flavour in general, so I’m fairly ambivalent about it here. It’s okay, and works with the watermelon (it actually helps to regulate the sweetness a little, so in some ways I wish it were stronger), but it doesn’t freshen things up enough or really bring the other flavours to life. I was hoping for lots of strawberry, but unfortunately, I didn’t get it. It’s fleeting at best, and mostly I can’t really taste it. The watermelon really dominates. I’m glad I tried this one last, because if I’d gone for this one first I probably wouldn’t have bought any more and some of the flavours are really spectacular. I suppose there’s a black sheep in every family!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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