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Ashmanra’s sipdown challenge – February 2023 Tea #1 – Groundhog Day: drink the same tea (or type) twice!
Forgot to post this tea note yesterday! I went with my recent running theme of mango teas and went with two mango teas in the same day for the prompt. I guess I haven’t written notes for many of my mango teas yet because they seem to run into that “generic fruit flavor” problem I mentioned recently, and maybe they never quite meet the expectations I have for them. So I’m usually flipping between thinking it’s “mango” or “generic fruit” flavor and then not leaving a note when that mystery isn’t solved by the time I finish the mug. But this tea! Is quite good! The only fruit pieces are tiny orange peels for some reason, but that mango flavoring is in there. Also, the black tea is a full leaf that is quite tasty and not some sad flimsy black tea base they are adding flavoring to. This one is from StarFevre (thank you!) and quite old, so any flavoring remaining at this point is appreciated. I still can’t tell if it’s the generic type to me, but the base is acceptable. I’d buy this again. However, it looks like Teajo is gone now. Sad, as I liked the few teas I tried from them. The other mango tea I had: Fusion’s Smoked Mango oolong! Good stuff. (Huge mango chunks!) I already wrote a note for that one!
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full big mug // 20 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 minutes
Thank you very much, StarFevre! I was organizing some teas today, threw this one in the steeper. I think I steeped this perfectly, because the raspberry really shines here with a low temp. A simple black tea with raspberry flavoring but it’s the perfect black tea to fit with the floralish raspberry flavoring. The base is probably malty, fruity, bright itself – I don’t know, it’s hard to tell under the flavoring! The second steep was also divine. Surprising for an older tea, and I’d definitely steep this exactly the same in the future. Also tasty when the cup cools in this winter house air. It looks like Teajo is gone now, which is a shame. I’ll savor this then.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for full mug // 25 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 3 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Thanks so much for this about a year ago (!), StarFevre! I didn’t expect much from it, as I wasn’t sure how old it was. I needn’t have worried, the flavor here is DELICIOUS. I always grab a mint tea for headaches. A mint only blend should especially do the trick. This worked. Headache gone. The flavor is pure minty sweetness. I will savor the remainder of this pouch for as long as I have it. I’m surprised there aren’t any other tasting notes for this one. It DOES look like this one is still available on Teajo.com, just to inform everyone.
Holiday TTB #7: This one smells very vanilla, both dry and steeped. But the main flavor is the roobios, with the vanilla adding a creaminess. I think I associate the rooibos flavor with cookies for some reason, and the vanilla in this only added, making me feel like a cookie tea instead of a vanilla one
I’m trying to pare down my stash a little bit and there’s only a few cups left of this (and green tea is really starting to grow on me!)
This has more mint than I remember, but it’s not bad, the chocolate notes are a bit more subtle and the base does peak through a little bit. It’s quite refreshing in a strange way.
Flavors: Chocolate, Mint, Spearmint
Made this tea iced for a large group of friends and I have to say that the Mango taste is very subtle while the rooibos tea flavor really stands out. I find it to be a really refreshing blend, but if you’re not a fan of rooibos you won’t be a fan of this.
See my post about it on my instagram: @Un_Te_Para_Tea
Flavors: Mango, Rooibos
The smell of the dry leaf is indeed raspberry. I also always enjoy when you can see pieces of the different ingredients. I steeped this for 2 minutes instead of the recommended 3-4 minutes because that is what I have better luck with as far as black teas go. Ended up adding sugar to this one. It took the edge of the black tea off and encouraged the berry flavor a bit. I’d like to mix this one with lemonade and see what happens!
I get mint from the dry leaf and the first few sips of the liquid. I’m having a hard time finding the chocolate in the cup. There is something teasing the edges of the mint. There ends up being a gentle chocolate taste towards the very bottom of the cup. Interesting tea!
Finished this one off today as a latte. Had the local girlfriends over to watch Grimm and somehow we all ended up with a tea latte, don’t know how that happened ;)
Finally getting back to my tea after a combination of moving, planning/decorating for a Christmas party (I know it’s not thanksgiving yet but with my schedule no one is going to be at my new place until that party, so it’s justified ;) ), and working nearly 3 hours away from home.
Made this one with a lot of leaf, possibly over three teaspoons for the cup of water, added a cup of warm milk/sugar and it’s a tasty morning latte. As my dog lays on my feet and the snow comes down out my windows, I think we are settling into the new place just fine.
Finally settling in after the move. Half of my tea stash has been misplaced though! That’s what I get for having family help pack! Now that I’ve taken my second licensing exam and am waiting for permission to take the next, I can slow down a bit, possibly find the rest of the tea, and enjoy it.
When I drank this a few days ago, the page wouldn’t load. I had it straight then and it was a bit bitter to me (although most black teas are to me, I’m getting better though!). Today I made this as a latte, my go to preparation for this one. It brings the right kind of sweet into the mix . I get less of the chocolate taste this way, especially since I had to use a tea bag today, but it makes for a great morning drink!
Experimenting with lattes! This one is 1 cup milk, 1 cup water, and 2 tsp tea steeped for 3 minutes. It’s alright but I think I need to make the tea stronger to get more of the chocolate flavor I was hoping for, or maybe less milk. It still smells like a black tea. I do get a light chocolate flavor, not bad for the first of the day. Overall, this concoction is drinkable but needs improvements on my part.
Taking a break from my morning black tea sipdown (Rose with French Vanilla by Dilmah) to try one of my newest teas.
Definitely need caffeine today. A dive trip and a cancelled flight home leading to staying overnight in the Baltimore airport have made it very difficult for me to wake up let alone get some productive studying accomplished. On to the tea -
The dry leaf smells pleasant and it’s fun to see the cacao pieces in it. You can see the little bits of cornflower too. The liquid is a light brown. Smells less pleasant than the dry leaf. Taste is interesting. I do currently have a bit of a cold/allergy thing going on and maybe the start of an ear infection due to diving. I don’t taste the chocolate until the back of the sip (if that makes any sense), even then I seem to find myself wishing for more. The addition of sugar seems to round out the sip. I believe I am tasting the black tea base. For a black tea, for me, this is enjoyable. It is a bit bitter but most black teas do seem that way to me. I don’t know what cornflower tastes like so I cannot pick it out.
I do not have milk in the house but I feel that it would be a good addition for this one, maybe even make this tea into a latte. I will hold off rating until these cold symptoms pass.
“a wistful desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time in one’s life, to one’s home or homeland, or to one’s family and friends; a sentimental yearning for the happiness of a former place or time”
Sometimes you taste something or hear something or see something that just takes you back to past times and brings long lost memories and feelings that were never really forgotten but just hidden away deep inside and maybe neglected a bit.
That’s called Nostalgia, We all know what nostalgia is because I’m sure we’ve all expeirenced it at some point in our lives. Nostalgia can be a good thing sometimes and may be healthy for our minds.
“Reliving past memories may provide comfort and contribute to mental health. One notable recent medical study has looked at the physiological effects thinking about past ‘good’ memories can have. They found that thinking about the past ‘fondly’ actually increased perceptions of physical warmth”
I’m at the dialysis clinic with Lance today and I brought this tea along to taste and make a little review on here for it, easy peasy right? It was supposed to be easy peasy but Nostalgia happened.
The taste of this tea is not the best but it’s not bad by any means, in fact it’s pretty good just not in the way I was expecting. I was expecting a Very Rasberry taste and it’s actually more of a Raspberry Candy type of taste. It is kinda tart and the tea itself is a bit bold for a fruity blend. I added a bit of sugar to try and bring the sweet fruity taste of raspberries out a little morebut instead it went even more candylike to me.
It actually reminded me very much of the way a Raspberry Tootsie Pop used to taste when I was a child, So much so that nostalgia kicked in and I went back in time to a much better place than sitting here in the dialysis clinic.
I was taken back to Halloweens 3 decades ago, my sister and I sitting in the floor of my moms house in the living room dressed up as werewolves and princesses or whatever cool costume that we wanted that year becuase Mom always made sure we would dressed up as anything we wanted to be. Every year different costume but always the same ole candy that we looked forward to every year, I remember the Raspberry Tootsie Pops being one of those favorite candies that I pesonally looked forward to seeing in my halloween bag.
I remember my sister and I eating these thing and swapping candies that we didn’t like with each other for something that we did like. I remember this now because the memories were provoked by the candylike taste of this tea. I would try to gather up all the raspberry tootise pop that my sister had and I would offer her like 4 of my Grape pops for like 6 or 7 of her Raspberry pops which wasn’t fair but as a child it seemed fair to me lol
I remember Mom stepping in and teaching us to share and be fair and would make sure that I did my sister right and made a fair trade with her and everybody was happy and content.
Mom was great even tho we went trick or treating She still would make up little goodie bags for us herself with some of the favorite candies that she knew we each loved with raspberry tootsie pops always sticking out the top of my baggie(man i still remember what those baggies looked like she must had a lot of them and used them every year lol). Mom would check all of our candies and pick out what she wanted and “trade” with us for it by giving us our baggies and She’d stick in a video with some Halloween cartoons and we’d sit and watch and eat candy and sing along “trick or treat, trick or treat, trick or treat for halloween!!” Oh the good ole days.
I miss my Mom so much she was very good to us and always made us the best halloweens, raspberry tootsie were always part of all of that(along with other goodies) While I say the nostalgia was about the Halloween memories maybe it’s even more so that it made me think of my Mom along with that, My memories seem to dwell on Mom.
Anyways this Tea reminds me of Raspberry Tootsie pops and provoked some good memories of halloween and my Mom and by doing so it kinda gave some of that time with her back to me for a little while, I really appreciate that :)
I got this as a sample for entering the photo contes last month, and with all the teas I’ve got in my to-try pile, I just now got to it. I steeped it double strength, sweetened, and poured over ice. This is delicious, fruity and juicy and mouthwatering. It’s really hitting the spot on this hot summer day. The Assam adds a dark depth and complexity to the background, and it lingers for a while. It works so well with the passion fruit. I know how I’ll be drinking down the rest of this sample.
This tea made me laugh. I expected the leaves to open up and put it in the cup infuser with the big holes. Then they just never got bigger and just slipped right one through! The infuser did catch the majority though, so not too bad.
This is what black tea is like in my head. Honestly I don’t drink much black tea at all and can’t tell an assam from a darjeeling from a …. is there more?
This is as it’s descried: a medium bodied black brew. No frills, and it doesn’t need them either. It’s bold and creamy and filling in all the right spots.
I don’t know if this would take sugar or milk well, although it probably will. I just associate those things with the teas I really don’t like.
Thanks to Piccolo for sending me this as part of the TEAcation promo. This is re-kindling my tea affair with Teajo teas. I haven’t reached for them in awhile, but this is reminding me why I was hoarding them.
So I drank this today, and it was black tea. That’s about all I can say since I can’t breathe or taste anything. I think it’s a combination of allergies and a cold, because at some point in the middle of the night I got up and fetched a ginormous fluffy comforter and added it to the bed because I was cold. … … … I don’t even know what to say about that.
I haven’t been posting reviews the last couple of days because the end of the month ate my brain and all I can manage is a drooling, “tea..tea” as a description.
So HELLO AUGUST 1! I might celebrate by stopping work at noon today. My husband wants to play a board game later and I told him I would IF he would do Gong Fu with me at the same time. Mua ha ha. So that’s the plan.