drank Soursap by Say Tea
506 tasting notes

To be honest I have been avoiding this one. I was intrigued at first by name but upon smelling the dried leaves it was quickly put back. I got over my pickiness and decided tonight was the night. I brewed the leaves western styled and the aroma of lime, lemon, and watermelon rose from my mug. The liquor is an interesting cherry red. The initial flavor is a sour cherry. It reminds me of a cherry flavored warhead, but without the tears of pain and throbbing on the ground. It mostly stays that sweet sour “red” taste. This tea would probably be a lot better cold brewed. I couldn’t get past the candy flavor.

Flavors: Candy, Cherry, Lime

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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