Passion Fruit

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Assam Fine Tippy Golden Flower Orange Pekoe Black Tea, Calendula Petals, Organic Black Tea, Organic Flavours
Flavors
Fruit Punch, Fruity, Tannin
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 15 sec 2 oz / 59 ml

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  • “From the Samurai TTB This is fruit punch in a black tea base. While the fruit flavor isn’t particularly strong, the black tea base is rather nondescript. Not too much is interesting about this tea,...” Read full tasting note
  • “STTB Tea A tasty hot morning cup with a balanced black base and some vague fruity flavours. I’d probably guess passion fruit if I didn’t know what flavour this was, but it was a bit weak for my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Samurai Travelling Tea Box – Tea #21 Cold Brew! I recognize this company from the list of Black Owned tea companies, so I wanted to make sure to try it – though I was a little skeptical because...” Read full tasting note
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From BLK & Bold

This black tea is what you need if you’re looking for fruity and bold flavor. With every sip, you’ll taste how the passion fruit complements our full bodied black tea, ultimately serving as a refreshing treat for anyone that indulges!

Ingredients
Organic black tea, Organic assam T.G.F.O.P. Tea, organic calendula petals, and organic flavor

Directions
Brew Tips: Use fresh, filtered water. Use 1 tablespoon (2g) of tea per 8oz of water. Double for iced tea. Adjust strength as desired.

Flavor Profile: Floral, Passion Fruit, Refreshing
Common Benefits: energy boost, weight loss, decrease anxiety, improve digestion

5% of all profits will be contributed to initiatives that support improving the lives and future for domestic at-risk youth.

https://blkandbold.com/products/passion-fruit-loose-leaf-black-tea

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From the Samurai TTB
This is fruit punch in a black tea base. While the fruit flavor isn’t particularly strong, the black tea base is rather nondescript. Not too much is interesting about this tea, but I bet it would be refreshing iced. Glad I got to try in a tea box and not have it in my cupboard waiting for a sip down.

Flavors: Fruit Punch

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STTB Tea

A tasty hot morning cup with a balanced black base and some vague fruity flavours. I’d probably guess passion fruit if I didn’t know what flavour this was, but it was a bit weak for my tastes. Still, a good boost of caffeine for early morning work.

Flavors: Fruity, Tannin

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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Samurai Travelling Tea Box – Tea #21

Cold Brew!

I recognize this company from the list of Black Owned tea companies, so I wanted to make sure to try it – though I was a little skeptical because passionfruit flavours and I have a somewhat love/hate relationship and this smelled really familiar to me but not in a particularly fond kind of way…

Steeped up, I’ll admit that it’s not my favourite.

There isn’t anything really off or wrong to the flavour, but the black tea base is super malty and bread-y to me and the passionfruit flavour reads a bit more “generic tropical” versus tart/sour or sweet/juicy passionfruit. It’s medium bodied, and doesn’t overshadow the base or get buried by it. However, I also don’t think that the base flavours and this tropical note particularly compliment one another.

It also took me a while, but I finally figured out what tea it was reminding me of – DT’s Green Passionfruit! It’s the same sort of “passionfruit leaning generic tropical” kind of flavour, and almost at the exact same level of flavour – but just sans currant and with a different tea base. I don’t hate that blend, but I also don’t really like it – which is probably why this one is sort of “meh” to me as well.

I’m very happy to have tried it though!

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