Cantaloupe Ice

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Beet Root, Blackberry Leaves, Carrot, Passionfruit, Roasted Chicory Root
Flavors
Carrot, Melon, Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Sweet
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “It’s so weird listening to Porcupine Tree after not listening to them for what seems like ever. It’s taking me back to high school, and is only making me feel old. Sipping on this iced for the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown (309) Do I made this a few times but never ended up actually even trying it for various reasons. Well, today I tried it except it was because my sister mixed it with Tealish’s Pink...” Read full tasting note
  • “So i tried this one hot and cold. Hot it’s nothing to write home about and can be forgotten. Iced, this is actually a pretty tasty treat, though a little less canteloup-ey than when it’s brewed...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A teapal sent me samples of the Malt Shop Collection, so I had a chance to try them all before placing my April Fools’ Day flash sale order. Ugh, carrots. All the carrots. I just can’t with these...” Read full tasting note

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Feel that fresh springtime breeze? You know what that means… It’s time to break out the cantaloupe! From sherbet and fruit salad to delicious French macarons, this bright orange melon never fails to delight. In fact, we’re so crazy for cantaloupe we just had to make it the star ingredient of this tea. With a delicate base of fresh fruit, it’s a sweet, crisp and juicy blend we can’t get enough of. The best part? Not only does it taste amazing on ice, it also steeps a beautiful bright orange. So fab!

Price: $7.98 per 50g

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It’s so weird listening to Porcupine Tree after not listening to them for what seems like ever. It’s taking me back to high school, and is only making me feel old. Sipping on this iced for the second time now, I’m not terribly impressed but it’ll do. It’s like half cantaloupe half honeydew with crunchy carrot notes in the background. I bought 50g due to the sale but now I wish I just spent that money on more Grapefruit Squeeze, which I got a 100g tin of last week and it’s already nearly half gone it seems. And today was the last day of the sale but I was too busy with other stuff to pick up more. Oh well! Makes me wonder what stores do with leftover sale teas.

Helena

Sounded nice until you said carrots. I like to eat my carrots with some dip or in a salad but not I prefer not to have them in my tea.

Fjellrev

Right? It doesn’t belong in here at all.

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Do I made this a few times but never ended up actually even trying it for various reasons. Well, today I tried it except it was because my sister mixed it with Tealish’s Pink Dragonfruit while she was making me tea. Here’s how it all worked out: https://steepster.com/rachel12610/posts/360496

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So i tried this one hot and cold. Hot it’s nothing to write home about and can be forgotten. Iced, this is actually a pretty tasty treat, though a little less canteloup-ey than when it’s brewed hot. Cold, though, the blend is just better. If DT wasn’t so epxpensive these days, i’d consider some for summer brewing..especially since i think it’s going to be a hot one!

Fjellrev

Oh, sounds worthwhile trying.

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A teapal sent me samples of the Malt Shop Collection, so I had a chance to try them all before placing my April Fools’ Day flash sale order.

Ugh, carrots. All the carrots. I just can’t with these melon/carrot teas anymore. This wasn’t as bad as Luscious Watermelon, but it was still disappointing.

Cantaloupe is my favorite melon to eat, and I’ve been searching for a cantaloupe tea for awhile. I feel like back in the day Republic of Tea had a cantaloupe tea that was really tasty, but I could be imagining that altogether.

To my tastebuds this blend tastes like a fairly nondescript melon tea with a very prevalent carrot flavor. It’s kind of like one of those hollowed out watermelons filled with a melon ball salad (made from every available kind of melon) that’s been dressed in carrot juice. Cringe. I should’ve known better. Carrot is one of those ingredients that I can always pinpoint in a tea. It’s a flavor that always lingers on my palate as well.

I bought 50g because I wanted to try cold-steeping before giving up the ghost. We’ll see how that goes.

Flavors: Carrot, Melon

Michelle

I’m so glad I can’t taste the carrot. It’s all delicious melon to me !

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This tea is delicious iced! (I haven’t even bothered trying it hot because of the name, duh) I absolutely love it! It tastes like cantaloupe without having any actually in it. Which is awesome cause I love the taste but eating it makes my tongue sore. This is similar to Honey I Dew but sweeter and no bitterness. I think I like this more than Melon Drop! Maybe I will mix them sometime. But I definitely will be stocking up on this!

Flavors: Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Melon, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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561 tasting notes

Tried this iced and while it does kind of taste like cantaloupe, it leaves a bad aftertaste in my mouth. Not cool. It smells wonderful in dry form though.

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Finished off a package of this, iced. Tasted kind of artificial this time, but my husband liked it and that’s what matters.

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562 tasting notes

So, I’m starting to realize I don’t care for sweet blackberry leaves either…

I steeped up this one for 7 mins in my ice tea press and wow, it’s yummy but wow it was different… I ended up adding some agave and some extra water to it to smooth it out a bit as I found the blackberry leaf sweetness as really weird and didn’t quite sit right… I’m not too sure why I don’t like the blackberry leaves.. I feel like they give me a weird taste in the back of my mouth… Again, I blame baby #2 for that. My body seems to still be a bit weird after that. Babe is 3 months old but I think I’m still trying to get back to myself.

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Made up a strong, hot cup of this one to sip on yesterday ‘cause I was just in the mood for something melon-y. It was good, with sweet melon notes and tangyness and some apple undertones. I still maintain that the more times I drink this one the more I’m able to taste/pick out the carrot notes.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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