drank Bear Trap by DAVIDsTEA
37 tasting notes

Studying is not all that bad because it gives me an excuse to brew as many cups of tea as I like. The number is unashamedly high.
I’ve had this blend a number of times and I love it! I’m a sucker for herbal teas and particularly ones that are fruity. I loved it so much that I’m down to the very last scoops of my 50g bag already.
That being said, if you plan on buying this tea, be sure to mix up the dry leaves and berries up before scooping it to brew. I guess the tiny black currants settled down to the bottom of the bag and the bigger pieces tend to stay on the very top. This last batch I made is considerably more sour and not as tasty as when more of the sweeter fruit pieces and strawberry leaves were in the mix. It won’t deter me from buying more though, I will have this knowledge for the next time!

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I am currently in my last year as an undergrad at the University of Texas at Dallas. I’m studying Speech Pathology & Audiology and Child Development, so tea is my go-to when it comes to a study buddy!

My favorite types are herbals, greens, and black teas. Mate and rooibos aren’t all that impressive to me, but occasionally there are exceptions.
My palate in general craves fresh, light and flavorful teas and I find citrus or floral notes to be nice touches for the most part.

I’m brand new to Steepster and I’m looking for anyone looking to do tea trades (although I’m not entirely sure how this process works).

Keep calm and brew on!



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