Moscow Mule

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Apple, Cucumber, Ginger, Mint
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
Iced

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  • “As I expected, there’s a bit too much mint in here for me (there’s not much, but I really don’t care for it), and it tastes too much like a good-for-you herbal tea. Ginger is in the forefront, with...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I wasn’t too sure about this one but I love ginger and wanted to give it a show. First of all, it rebrews well, I kept filling my cup up with cold water (5 times) and it still made a flavourful cup...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Resuming my tasting reviews for the last of the teas that launched on June 17th that I didn’t have time to write about earlier in the week – picking up where we left off, with the Cocktail...” Read full tasting note

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With a Moscow mule iced tea this good, why limit your happy to an hour? Based on the classic blend of vodka, ginger beer and lime, this gingery, citrusy blend has us totally obsessed. It’s sweet and tangy, with a cool minty finish we can’t get enough of. And since it’s caffeine-free, you can channel those happy hour vibes any time of day. The only thing missing is the copper mug.

What makes it great

This mocktail-inspired tea is based on the classic blend of vodka, ginger beer and lime.

This refreshing ginger-mint tea is caffeine-free so you can get that happy hour feeling any time of day.

Makes an amazing iced tea with a splash of club soda or spiked with vodka. Don’t forget the copper mug!

Ginger, candied ginger (cane sugar, ginger, sulfites), apple, sweet blackberry leaves, lemon balm, lemon peel, peppermint, cucumber, natural flavouring.

Sweet and tangy ginger with fresh citrus notes and a cool minty finish – just like a classic Moscow mule!

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3 Tasting Notes

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4624 tasting notes

As I expected, there’s a bit too much mint in here for me (there’s not much, but I really don’t care for it), and it tastes too much like a good-for-you herbal tea. Ginger is in the forefront, with cooling mint poking up every now and then, and cucumber presents itself in the aftertaste, in my opinion. It’s also fairly sweet, and became a bit syrupy for me, which was odd.

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2805 tasting notes

I wasn’t too sure about this one but I love ginger and wanted to give it a show.

First of all, it rebrews well, I kept filling my cup up with cold water (5 times) and it still made a flavourful cup of coldbrew.

The ginger is great, and it is very refreshing with the mint (subtle, not menthol-ish like some mint teas) and cucumber. I was hesitant because of the cucumber and also because I don’t usually like mint mixed with anything fruity (not that ginger/cucumber are fruity). I think the cucumber was excellent, though. I might need to pick up some more of this. It is one of the best summer blends so far.

Flavors: Apple, Cucumber, Ginger, Mint

Preparation
Iced
Kittenna

Sounds interesting! I picked up a small sample of this yesterday and will probably have it this weekend.

Roswell Strange

Happy to see this one getting some love; I wasn’t personally a fan but I really liked how outside of the box this blend is from DT’s usual summer collections.

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9093 tasting notes

Resuming my tasting reviews for the last of the teas that launched on June 17th that I didn’t have time to write about earlier in the week – picking up where we left off, with the Cocktail collection…

I have a lot of personally conflicting thoughts and feelings about this tea. For starters, I hate the way it tastes – both hot and iced. I struggle a lot with ginger flavoured things, and this is almost nothing but ginger; so it’s 100% not a blend that’s for me. I never expected to like it. The ginger is sweet, but also packs a fair amount of heat too – it’s a really natural ginger flavour, so if ginger is your jam then I think this HIGHLY delivers on that flavour in a solid way. It’s got a hint of lime, which was my favourite part of the blend, and does give it enough zest/twist that it doesn’t feel completely out of place for a summer tea – but more on that later. I, personally, couldn’t find the peppermint or cucumber notes in this any of the times I tried it – just too much ginger.

Is it a Moscow Mule!? Yeah, I think so. I’ve had a Moscow Mule before a few times, it’s my mom’s favourite cocktail (or, one of them, at least) – and this is pretty accurate to what I remember, minus the vodka/boozey taste and fizzyness of the ginger beer. So, I do think it’s a nice recreation of the cocktail – just not a cocktail I like/drink, so we’re back to the aforementioned issues…

So setting aside the fact I don’t personally enjoy ginger… does this make sense as a summer tea? I’m iffy on that. I mean, it’s just so vehemently NOT what I think of as a summer flavour, and it goes so strongly against the more fruity, juicy, and sweet cocktail inspired teas that DT has historically released for the summer Cocktail Collection. In a way, I kind of like that about it!? Because, it sort of starts to feel predictable when DT releases the same type of collection year after year – and then you lose excitement for the collections and hype, and the teas start to all blur together and taste too similar/comparable. That’s NOT a good thing – and this is different from what we’ve done historically, while still being on theme. I think that’s brilliant! But, I worry that it’s so out of left field that it wont feel refreshing/different, and it just wont resonate with people.

That then, to me, begs the question – when would something like a Moscow Mule fit into the DT collection? I wonder if there would be a way to try something like the yearly Cocktail Collection, but at a different time of year. I love seeing DT’s cocktail inspired drinks but there’s a whole range of fun cocktails that haven’t been explored yet – things that aren’t fruity or that have more of a “classy” perception than, say, a Bellini. What time of year would be appropriate for that line up of cocktail teas?

Give me a cocktail collection in January with Gin & Tonic, Old Fashioned, and Martini inspired teas! I want a fancy cocktail/mixology “Cocktail Party” inspired cocktail collection is basically what I’m saying…

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 and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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