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A friend sent this to me as she was cleaning out her tea cabinet because she had too much. Clearly something I don’t understand. I had attended the same in home party she had when she purchased this and at the time, didn’t care for the smell of the mix.
On first brew, it did not taste much different than a basic black tea blend.
On second brew (as the package says it’s good for 3 steeps), it smelled stronger (but reminded me of wet dog paws) but tasted like hot water. I did let it steep longer (6 minutes) but it remained unimpressive.
Not an impressive tea.
Flavors: Fur, Pecan, Wet Wood
Started using up the last of my Steeped stash. At best, I have found this blend to be a green tea with a faint hint of lime. I enjoyed it more as an iced tea than in my mug. This is my final tasting of the tea (as I just finished the bag) and it is unlikely that I would pursue ordering it again.
Received this tea from a friend who wasn’t interested in it. I wasn’t particularly either, so it sat in a bin for a while until I unearthed it the other day and made a pitcher of iced tea! With a touch of sweetener, it’s actually pretty nice – but nothing I’d purchase myself. Basically a standard sort of hibiscus-heavy fruit tea flavour, with a bit of an extra lemon kick.
I actually made two jugs of this, but am too lazy to log it twice. This tea wasn’t bad, actually – a fairly typical hibiscus fruit tea with a bit of orange – but the one difference was the use of banana, which gave it a bit of a different flavour. Can’t really say it tasted much like cherries in particular. Sweetened, it actually was one of the better iced teas I’ve made lately, but probably not worth buying. (This was an offload from a friend, the same friend with whom I’ve recently been drinking tea, as it happens, though this was from a few years back.)
I had this one this morning and I quite enjoy it. I find I love a very simple black tea first thing in the morning. Usually a straight black tea or something with a hint of fruit or even mint. This one definitely works that way.
So the cherry flavour is actually quite strong in this one but it’s not so much that I’m turned off of it. It’s a nice simple black tea with enough flavour that it doesn’t get lost even with some milk or sugar.
I really love this one and I know what is left of it won’t last much longer! Yum Yum!
Another TTB sample!
I don’t like the bergamot flavour in this, and the base is nothing special. I’m not getting anything thick or malty from the base, which I expect from a good EG. The bergamot tasty sort of…minerally? or musty? It doesn’t taste natural or citrus-like. The cream flavour was lacking, even though I added vanilla soy milk to the cup. It wasn’t a bad cup, but I did not feel it offered anything more than cheaper cream of EGs do.
Flavors: Bergamot, Mineral, Musty
Our favourite caffeine-free iced tea for the whole family! I make this with a little bit of stevia or a spoonful of honey for the whole pot, which really brings out the sweet fruit flavours. My 5 year old loves it as much as I do, and it’s a beautiful summery red colour.
I’ve seen some good reviews for this tea so I had my hopes up but honestly I am not enjoying this tea at all. Maybe I just added the wrong amount of ingredients in my cup but the taste I am getting is not buttery or any hint of maple syrup. Maybe a bit citrusy with a weird tropical splash of coconut.
Steeped Tea is that company that kept popping up and every time I checked the site it gave me the option to shop with a consultant. I like to shop on my own so I always close the site. However, thanks to a TTB I was able to try this out. Turns out it was a little too much earl grey and not enough creme. Definitely not an EG for me, which is probably for the best because that means I can continue to avoid consultants.
Check out the full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/11/18/earl-grey-de-la-creme-from-steeped-tea-2/
My friend gave me 25g of this to try out and man, is it ever minty! I like some mint but not this much! Haha, so I mixed a little ceremonial matcha into it, as well as a little sugar, and made it as a latte. Not too bad. Just wouldn’t get any more. And next time I make it, I’ll definitely use LESS matcha!
Flavors: Mint, Peppermint
I actually was not crazy about this tea when I first had it but I have since grown to absolutely love it! I drink it hot and plain with a two minute steep using two DT PS in a 16oz travel mug. In spite of it’s odd mix of ingredients I find it to be a simple tea that is comforting. The first and most dominant flavour is the genmatchia followed by a subtle sweetness from the pineapple. The last flavour note is the spice from the pink peppercorn. It is gentle in it’s presence and leaves just enough kick to push you towards your next sip. I loved falling in love with this tea and was extremely surprised at how much I grew to enjoy it! While I plan to explore other green teas in my collection for the time being I am very likely to repurchase this tea if it continues to be available.
Not liking this one. When I first tried it, it was my fault for not making it properly (didn’t add enough water for the sample pack I got). So I added more and it was better but there is still something off about this one-maybe it’s the elderberries that I do not like? I like everything else in this blend so it must be.
This is pretty good as a latte. It does taste a bit caramel like to me with a rooibos base. There’s an extra interesting flavoring in this that I am guessing is the calendula petals but it’s hard to say because these are the ingredients (rooibos tea, calendula petals and natural flavor). It’s a decent cuppa tea, but glad this one was a sample to try.