Bohemian Breakfast

Tea type
Black Pu'erh Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Creamy, Earthy, Musty, Smooth, Sweet, Thick, Vanilla, Woody, Black Currant, Cream, Dark Chocolate, Dark Wood, Malt, Pomegranate, Cookie
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 13 oz / 384 ml

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For the Most Revitalizing Tea, You’re in the Right Place

Bohemian Breakfast is our bestselling tea, and for good reason. It can provide you with better digestion, increased clarity, and a positive mood that’ll leave you feeling ready to take on the world.

And for the true tea connoisseurs, you’ll be blown away by Bohemian Breakfast’s bold flavor profile.

Tasting Notes: Round, bold & rich with hints of chocolate & vanilla. Perfectly balanced blend of Puerh probiotic-rich black tea blended with bright Biodynamic Sri Lankan tea then sprinkled with sunshine from Rwandan black teas. Bourbon vanilla & pomegranate extract create a subtle & harmonious healthy and deeply satisfying alternative to your morning coffee.

Ingredients: Organic Fair Trade Puerh Black Tea, Biodynamic Sri Lankan Black Tea, Organic Rwandan Black Tea, Organic Black Currant Fruit, Natural Pomegranate extract, Bourbon Vanilla Extract

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5 Tasting Notes

3986 tasting notes

Ordered this one because it sounded good and I’d heard good things about it.

Sadly, not loving it. I guess I was hoping for more fruit notes, mostly I just taste the earthy puerh paired with woody bourbon vanilla. I’m not generally a vanilla tea lover. I like vanilla in general, but plain vanilla-flavored teas aren’t really my jam. And to me, this sort of falls into that category because I’m just not tasting much of the pomegranate.

Putting the rest of the sampler pouch into my rehoming box!

Flavors: Creamy, Earthy, Musty, Smooth, Sweet, Thick, Vanilla, Woody

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Daylon R Thomas

I apologize if my hype train was misleading at all. I personally tasted the currant more with the vanilla and the Pu-Erh, and I very rarely see Pu-Erh blended this way. It’s been really fun to read your notes!

Cameron B.

Ha ha no worries, I’ve seen multiple people recommend this one!

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15429 tasting notes

Love, love, love the name of this tea.

The tea itself ain’t so bad either. It reminds me heavily of the typical Monk’s Blend but with a bit of a deeper and more “purple” fruit note from the inclusion of currant, and just a smidge of a stronger vanilla note than what’s usually present. In my head it’s kind of like if you turned the dial up by just one or two notch’s when making a Monk’s Blend. It works!

Jean027

I really want to try this tea it sounds amazing.

Cameron B.

Magic Hour is on my list to try this year!

Daylon R Thomas

I feel so hypocritical about the hype train on this one, but it’s my daily breakfast tea. I know most people prefer straight pu-erh, but the vanilla currant combo sings with the pu-erh and black base. I’m happy I’m not the only one that thinks purple with this blend!

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1704 tasting notes

I was surprised to find out that Zhena relaunched another brand. When I started drinking tea, my mom used to get Zhena’s pretty often. The Egyptian Mint and both Green and Black Coconut Chais were my favorites before I upgraded to loose leaf tea.

Now, Zhena has upgraded too selling exclusively loose leaf blends. A lot of people on Steepster would be turned off by the SoCal health marketing approach-each ingredient-even vanilla-is described by health benefit-but the blends and the quality of the teas in their catalogue is higher than normal, and the flavoring is actually fun and clever.

While some of the old Zhena blends still exist in a loose leaf form, there are many new flavors that have become trademark for this company that are actually unique. This one is heavily sold as an coffee alternative and as the buyers next staple breakfast tea. However, the pomegranate+currant+vanilla combo is not something you see in something like an English Breakfast, nor is a Pu-Erh as the most prominent tea in the base with Rwandan Tea. The only other comparable teas I’ve had to this one are Morning Mojo, and more so, Boulder Breakfast. However, this tea is significantly more mild than even those two.

Opening the bag up, it’s really nice to smell as a dry leaf. It’s woody and heavy with vanilla with fruity notes sneaking in without being overwhelming. Brewing the tea up, it’s the same way and thankfully has no Pu-Erh stank. It’s exceedingly smooth, and resistant to bitterness and astringency.

I could see some people using dark chocolate as a note, though I’d say dark wood, malt, and clear hints and textures from the flavors. The vanilla is what I’ve tasted the most, but the pomegranate and currant add a lot more thickness to the body of the tea while the other black teas prevent it from being too heavy. I was able to rebrew three cups western before it lost flavor, and steep four actually retained light vanilla.

Making it with a splash of cream and sugar (and collagen for protein-I know-stupid health nut thing), the fruit flavors stand out a lot more. Even my mom liked it, and she’s not a fan of Pu-Erh.

Overall, this is not a super bold breakfast tea that my weaker stomach enjoys. I also know I’m a blasphemer and prefer Pu-Erh in blends over true pure pu-erh. I think the tea is a little bit too expensive for being around $8 an oz, but the company makes up with it by sending an oz sampler with my order, great customer service, and insanely pretty packaging.

I’m fairly sold on this one even though I’m usually an unflavored tea purist. I can see a lot of purists enjoying this one because it takes advantage of the qualities of the leaf bases and enhances them with slight flavoring rather than heavy flavoring. On the other end, some drinkers might think this tea is too weak, whereas others might be impressed with the full silky body and texture without astringency or bitterness. Ignoring the heavy marketing, this is a good quality blend that could make a great morning work tea.

Flavors: Black Currant, Cream, Creamy, Dark Chocolate, Dark Wood, Malt, Pomegranate, Smooth, Thick, Vanilla

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML
Leafhopper

Sounds like an interesting and well-thought-out tea.

Daylon R Thomas

I was surprised how well thought out it was. If I didn’t go over budget, I’d might get some more.

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