Fruity Candy Crush Black Tea

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Mango, Natural Flavours, Orange, Organic Black Tea, Organic Strawberry, Raspberries
Flavors
Candy, Honey, Malt, Orange, Raspberry, Smooth, Strawberry, Sweet, Baked Bread
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “It’s been a long time since I posted on here, but I am still drinking tea, I promise! I made a jug of this in the fridge overnight. I had had a cup of it hot a couple of months ago, and it was...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Almost done this one and in part i’m happy for the sipdowns since variaTEA has me going a little order crazy. I can delay picking up tea from her for a bit given the lockdown etc…but at some point...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown! I’m trying to sip down last month’s subscription teas before I let myself try the new ones… I already have a ridiculously overfull cupboard (and it’s extra exploded with holiday teas...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Greatly enjoyed sipping on this yesterday at work. I love how colorful the blend is, with the assortment of dried fruits. It’s definitely a cornucopia of fruits, with orange and strawberry being...” Read full tasting note
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From 52teas

Tea of the Week for October 5, 2020!

The First Tea of our Trick Or Treat Theme for October 2020!

This deliciously fruity blend starts with a black tea base (Assam, Ceylon & Yunnan) & is combined with an assortment of fruit flavors, including Raspberry, Mango, Strawberry & Orange.

I wasn’t trying to make it too sweet or candy-ish, because I prefer my teas to not be overly sweet. I figure, if you want a sweeter tea, you can add a bit of sugar or other sweetener to it. My inspiration here was fruity candies – but with a little less sweet taste and little more tea taste to it (because I haven’t found candies quite like that and I think it would be really awesome if such a candy existed, don’t you?) Plus, the fruity notes give the cup a nice, natural kind of sweetness that I think is really quite nice. There’s also a touch of tartness to the cup for those of you who prefer your candies on the tart side. It’s not overly tart either, but I think there’s a nice balance between tart and sweet.

I’m really pleased with how this one turned out! Oh, and it’s VEGAN, gluten free & allergen free!

organic ingredients: black teas, mangoes, raspberries, oranges, strawberries & natural flavors

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It’s been a long time since I posted on here, but I am still drinking tea, I promise!

I made a jug of this in the fridge overnight. I had had a cup of it hot a couple of months ago, and it was nice, but not outstanding. But I really enjoyed it iced. It has a light, slightly sweet, bright vibe to it. Our weather has been all over the place. Upper 80s, then a couple nights below freezing, then back up to the 80s… Ya gotta love North Dakota! Fortunately, I an adjust my tea temperature to suit the weather. I really liked this one iced and I am looking forward to enjoying more iced teas this summer.

Preparation
Iced
Martin Bednář

Welcome back!

gmathis

Hello! Hope you’re well!

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Almost done this one and in part i’m happy for the sipdowns since variaTEA has me going a little order crazy. I can delay picking up tea from her for a bit given the lockdown etc…but at some point i need to recue my teas and bunny AND drop off her box. lol

Cameron B.

That crazy VariaTEA… XD

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Sipdown!

I’m trying to sip down last month’s subscription teas before I let myself try the new ones… I already have a ridiculously overfull cupboard (and it’s extra exploded with holiday teas now), so I’d rather drink these little babies as they come in and not have them hanging around and piling up. XD

Anyway, this was my favorite of the bunch for October. It has such a lovely fruity hard candy flavor, with orange, strawberry, and raspberry specifically. The base is smooth and mellow, slightly malty with a hint of bread. It forms a good foundation but lets the flavors shine.

It brings back nice memories of my grandma’s apartment and her crystal candy dish with those cute little bumpy raspberries. Thanks, Anne, for a yummy tea!

Flavors: Baked Bread, Candy, Malt, Orange, Raspberry, Smooth, Strawberry, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Lexie Aleah

My Piano teacher used to have those same bumpy raspberry candies as well.Always such a treat before a recital.

gmathis

I still love those gummy raspberry things!

Cameron B.

I love the Haribo gummy ones with the little crunchy sugar bits all over the outside!

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Greatly enjoyed sipping on this yesterday at work. I love how colorful the blend is, with the assortment of dried fruits.
It’s definitely a cornucopia of fruits, with orange and strawberry being the most prominent.

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