Cola Crush

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Black Tea
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  • “(DavidsTea 163) Thanks to Roswell Strange for a sample of this quite a while ago! Probably one of the better cola teas I’ve had – and that’s without the gummies (I had one; I am eating it right...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown of the bag Roswell Strange shared with me but I have more in my stash so this number isn’t changing. Thank you Roswell Strange for the share and the chance to try this so I knew if I wanted...” Read full tasting note
  • “I can get behind this one though it’s not quite cola. I remove the gummies now since they don’t add a lot to the tea and just make a fracking mess. It’s too bad since they’re also heavy!” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (1338)! Anyone else feel like pushing themselves to actively work on sipping down teas is simultaneously forcing yourself to look at some of your negative mental health behaviors?...” Read full tasting note

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cola crush

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We love the taste of a cool bubbly cola and the childhood memories that come along with it, so a soda-inspired sweet tea for Halloween just made sense. This witchy mix of black tea, sugar crystals and cola gummies is sure to be a fang-tastical treat. We even added vanilla pieces for that authentic cola flavour.

What makes it great

This blend is opaque red with a creamy & rich cola aroma

Tastes just like its namesake, minus the high calorie count

Features real cola gummies

Black tea, Apple (apple, citric acid), Sugar, Hibiscus, Cola gummies (glucose syrup, sugar, gelatin, dextrose, citric acid, caramel syrup, flavouring, white beewax, yellow beewax, carnauba wax), Natural cola flavouring, Cinnamon, Orange peel, Vanilla pieces.

How it tastes
Rich flavour of cola with a strong note of vanilla

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

10 Tasting Notes

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(DavidsTea 163)

Thanks to Roswell Strange for a sample of this quite a while ago! Probably one of the better cola teas I’ve had – and that’s without the gummies (I had one; I am eating it right now). Just a very cola-y tea without some of the off-flavours I’ve tasted in some similar teas in the past. I do like the flavour of cola, even though I don’t usually drink it, so tea form works well for me.

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Sipdown of the bag Roswell Strange shared with me but I have more in my stash so this number isn’t changing. Thank you Roswell Strange for the share and the chance to try this so I knew if I wanted more during it’s limited availability!

Today I made it as a teapop. It’s actually pretty close to a cola flavor, except the weird dollar store/off brand cola that could have been alright in a pinch as a kid but isn’t Coca Cola. Honestly for a tea , that’s pretty good.

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I can get behind this one though it’s not quite cola. I remove the gummies now since they don’t add a lot to the tea and just make a fracking mess. It’s too bad since they’re also heavy!

tea-sipper

You could always throw the gummies in the mug post-infuser?

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Cold Brew Sipdown (1338)!

Anyone else feel like pushing themselves to actively work on sipping down teas is simultaneously forcing yourself to look at some of your negative mental health behaviors? No? Just me…!?

I’ve kind of always struggled with finishing off teas in favor of savoring that one last ‘special cup worth’ but actively working on finishing off bags of tea is making me realize that at some point hoarding so many teas sort of became a security blanket/safety net. Like, I have several other cola flavours teas in my stash – I don’t need this one. However, as I was drinking it I felt guilty finishing it off because what if, in the future, I had a craving for this specific cola tea!? And then I felt guilty for feeling that way, because it was more than a little bit irrational.

I guess, what I’m saying is, I like the feeling of security of owning “one of everything” because then when a really specific craving or circumstance pops up I have the tea that is the solution for it. That’s not really true in many other aspects of normal like – I can’t always just whip out an instant fix. This is an area of my life I have control over though. I’m not really sure what to do with this epiphany now that I’ve had it. I guess I keep trying to sip things down, and work on not feeling like I need that sense of control.

So yeah, that’s today in “Roswell Strange maybe needs therapy!?”…

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.

Leafhopper

Ugh, I can relate to this. I also worry that future harvests of certain teas will be unobtainable/too expensive/not as good.

Roswell Strange

Yes! That definitely factors into it as well.

Martin Bednář

I feel same! So many “last session” worth tea! Like “I need to keep it, if one day I need it.” and then it goes stale, weak in flavours, somehow blah. It was the situation today (although not sipped down) with Violet Cream. So long keeping it in the cupboard, untouched, because I felt I needed to be in a “mood” to enjoy it completely. Nope. It’s the tea which brings me to that “mood”!

But on the other hand, this year I decided to drink mostly those “last sessions” and honestly, it works! As of today, 60 sipdowns in two months… I feel bad not finishing that much teas earlier!

Mastress Alita

I gave up this mentality when, going back to these “last sessions” they tasted like crap because of their age. Made me realize I should’ve savored and enjoyed them when they were in their prime, rather than horde them because I didn’t want to “let go.”

tea-sipper

Yep, I’m the same way to all of this! I figure if I made it to the “last steep session” then I did good job sipping it down anyway, and then the hoarding of the last session starts.

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