Watermelon Lime Slushie

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Earth, Lime, Smooth
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Caffeine
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Certification
Vegan
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Yummy! I was talking to Red Fennekin in part about puerh, and I had a hankerin’ so I grabbed this one and it was a goood choice. I’m not sure which base it uses but it is good. The flavouring isn’t...” Read full tasting note
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  • “mmm this one is tastier than i thought it would be. I really like stacy’s watermelon flavouring and her lime makes me happy. this IS a softer sort of blending and i like it quite a bit. I can...” Read full tasting note
    82
  • “Eh… this one has lost some flavour, so it’s less intense than before. The lime is most noticeable at the beginning of the sip, and the melon in the aftertaste, but really, the pu’erh takes over....” Read full tasting note
    76
  • “This is an intense lime. not as much as the Lime Marshmallow, thank goodness, but it is there. funny enough, it was strongest at the first two or so steeps, then mellowed out, but became stronger...” Read full tasting note
    84

From Butiki Teas

Sweet yet subtle watermelon and refreshing lime complement our earthy puerh for a complex and contrasting flavor. We recommend sipping this tea at a cooler temperature or adding a little sugar to fully experience all of the flavors. Adding sugar turns this tea into a sweet and tart lime slushie. Please rinse this puerh prior to steeping.

Ingredients: Chinese Puerh Tea, Lime Peel, Amaranth, Organic Natural Flavors (vegan)

Recommended Brew Time: 3 minutes
Recommended Amount: 1 1/2 teaspoons of

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7 Tasting Notes

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419 tasting notes

Yummy! I was talking to Red Fennekin in part about puerh, and I had a hankerin’ so I grabbed this one and it was a goood choice. I’m not sure which base it uses but it is good. The flavouring isn’t what I’d call weak, but it’s delicate enough and the puerh more than holds its own. The lime flavour is more noticeable than the watermelon, but the watermelon note does actually come through, which I think is an achievement with such a delicate flavour. Especially since I didn’t get it in the Watermelon Xylophone! It was actually delicious on its own, with the puerh all mellow and chilling with the bright juicy lime and the sweet delicate watermelon, but since it’s called slushie I wanted it to come across more fake and artificial – I think that’s the first time I’ve ever said that about a tea – so I added a generous amount of sugar and it really did turn it into a more grown-up version of a melted lime slushie. The watermelon is more in the background with sugar, mostly because it brought out the lime so much more, but I can still tell it’s there. The puerh base is still really good and can definitely take a lot. Even with the stronger citrus flavour and added sugar it’s a beautiful tea. Silky, earthy, and something umami that’s not sweet and not savoury but somewhere in between. Noms all round.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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10586 tasting notes

mmm this one is tastier than i thought it would be. I really like stacy’s watermelon flavouring and her lime makes me happy. this IS a softer sort of blending and i like it quite a bit. I can totally see where the slushie comes from :) i’ll enjoy this one while i’ve got it!

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Eh… this one has lost some flavour, so it’s less intense than before. The lime is most noticeable at the beginning of the sip, and the melon in the aftertaste, but really, the pu’erh takes over. Normally, I’m a fan of the tea flavour being highlighted, but I don’t care for this one, so I’m not the biggest fan. I have this rated strangely highly, but I guess the base was disguised a bit more when the flavours were more powerful. I shall try and pawn this tea off on someone, as I have no real desire to finish it.

VariaTEA

I keep thinking these tags sound good and I dont remember trying them and then you say puerh and that’s why lol

Kittenna

Yeah. It makes me sad. I wanted this one on a white base.

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This is an intense lime. not as much as the Lime Marshmallow, thank goodness, but it is there. funny enough, it was strongest at the first two or so steeps, then mellowed out, but became stronger and less candy-like at the end of my session.

I really liked that this was paired with a puerh. It’s such a unique flavor combo that I don’t think anyone could have thought of it other than Stacy. The rich and earthy puerh has a thick and almost buttery mouthfeel, greatly contrasting the bright and fruity lime. I get a hint of watermelon, but it is more of a light accompaniment.

Flavors: Earth, Lime, Smooth

M

This sounds great! Not a combination I’ve ever heard of.

scribbles

This sounds amazingly yum!

MissB

Sigh. It’s posts like these that make me want to be back home in Canada so that I can order things like this from Stacy, because of course, she’s going out of business. Yes, yes, I’m surrounded by French, British, German, Norweigan and Swiss teas here in Belgium, all of which are amazing in their own right. But really? Watermelon Lime Slushie with a puerh? Le sigh.

TheLastDodo

It’s so intense and strange! But so strangely incredible.

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627 tasting notes

I got this after realizing how much I loved the watermelon doke, and figured I needed anything with watermelon in my life.

It is tasty, but the puerh base is a bit odd. It definitely holds up to the intense lime and watermelon, which were pretty balanced, but the earthiness didn’t really evoke slushie to me. As though it matters when it tastes good. Next time, I am letting my cup of this totally cool as it could be really spectacular as an iced tea.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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