drank Teatoxy Energize by Teatoxy
121 tasting notes

So, after treating myself to that special offer of Teatoxy’s, I’ve been rather busy so I haven’t had chance to write up my thoughts! With all of the intrigue around this tea, I had to try this. To my delight, I enjoyed it so much that I tried it again.

The first time I brewed it, I took a spoonful of tea (taking care to get a full mix of ingredients) and brewed it up in a small porcelain cup for around 5 minutes. This produced an amazingly blue liquid – almost ink blue! :O

The smell was nice enough – an unusual, but certainly pleasant, combination of citrus and pastries (NOTE: when I saw ‘pastries’ in someone else’s tags, I assumed it would just be a mild note – I was so wrong! In smell and flavour, this tea shares a clear resemblance with very buttery, freshly baked pastries :O!!!). The flavour was amazing, though – an initial wash of lemongrass subsides to leave a longer lasting flavour of Iranian pastries (that is to say a lovely rose-water flavour, but not too sweet, with a deliciously creamy, pastry flavour). I couldn’t really believe the depth of flavour.

The second infusion was a little less impressive – I used 2.5-3 tsp in 300ml and brewed for 8 mins. It still produced a refreshing, fruity cup, with delicious pastry flavours, but it didn’t bring out as much of the rosewater complexities of the first.

Still, this is a surprisingly delicious tea with an amazingly dark, ink-blue colour. I deffo recommend trying it :D

I think this is one I’ll experiment with a little more! :D

Flavors: Lemongrass, Pastries, Rose

Boiling 8 min or more 3 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

People who liked this

Login or sign up to leave a comment.



Junior doctor and casual tea-drinker.

It’s been a busy few years for me – I’ve graduated from med school and I’m now working full time as a junior doctor in a small UK hospital. I’ve returned Steepster to continue to learn, take recommendations and share my experiences :-)

I remain particularly keen to try lots of new teas, especially Pu Erhs and Oolongs!

I’m also happy to swap, particularly within the UK! If you see anything in my cupboard that you wanna try, please don’t be afraid to ask! Most of them I have at least 25 g of, so a 5 g sample or so will be no trouble :-)


London/Manchester, UK

Following These People

Moderator Tools

Mark as Spammer