Strawberry Field

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150 °F / 65 °C 6 min, 30 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Though your many cold brewing suggestions all sounded great, I didn’t have any of them. What I did have was a lot of this tea. I worried that this might turn vegetal since when brewed hot it had...” Read full tasting note

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Sweet summer strawberries with papaya pieces make this an exceptional smooth Green tea.

Green tea, sweet strawberries

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Though your many cold brewing suggestions all sounded great, I didn’t have any of them. What I did have was a lot of this tea. I worried that this might turn vegetal since when brewed hot it had that quality. However I am glad I relented because this is so much better this way. After 15 hours there is virtually no vegetal base. This is sweet strawberry (mewakeling, I actually thought of you while having this as it is reminiscent of DAVIDs Sweet Strawberry) and papaya all the way. The rating got bumped and I will definitely be making it this way from now on. One of the best cold brews I have had thus far. In fact, I might make another bottle tonight and cold brew some of Caesar’s Lemon Tart while I am at it.

Iced 8 min or more

Sounds like a yummy cold brew to me.


It definitely was. I am glad to. It is a mediocre hot tea but a very good cold brew.


I love when that happens. Such a huge save in my books.


Definitely. A lot of the time I use cold brewing as a way of quickly using up leaf of teas I don’t love. That was sort of the case here, well that combined with the fact that I thought the flavor would work as a cold brew. Now I am even considering picking up more of this next time I am in the store.


VariaTEA, I’ve probably asked this before, but how much tea and water do you use when you’re cold steeping black teas?


This is green tea although I suppose if I steeped black I would do it the same way. Basically what I do is start with a 500 mL water bottle and pour off/drink just the top little bit to make room for the leaf. Then I double the of leaf used in a cup because I figure it is two cups. So in this case I used 3 tsps for the 500 mL.


*double the amount of leaf


Awesome, thanks! I only use 1 heaping tbsp/litre for fruit teas, but it feels like it’s not enough for a black or green tea.


For one liter, I would use 2 tablespoons just because that is about 4 glasses and typically for blacks and greens you need 1.5 tsps per glass.


So for my new jugs, I’m going to need 1/4 cup. Yikes! That’s gonna use tea up fast.


Haha that is quite a bit of tea. Well, I usually used cold brewing to use up teas I am not in love with so I suppose in that case such a large use of tea is a positive thing.


SBTs are sized for about 2 liters though so maybe it might be worth it to invest in those. I have enjoyed the couple I tried so far.

Roswell Strange

Just dropping in to say that all the notifications for this tasting note are driving me crazy! Not because of the conversation or anything; it’s actually really interesting. Purely driving me crazy because everytime I see this blends name in my notifications I get the damn song stuck in my head :S


We can have a sing-along! “Strawberry fields forever…”

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