Blueberry Peach Crisp

Tea type
Black Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Black Tea, Blue Cornflowers, Cinnamon, Cranberries, Dried Blueberries, Dried Peaches, Flavor, Green Rooibos, Hibiscus, Marigold Flowers, Peach Flavour, Raspberry Leaves, Rose Hips
Flavors
Artificial, Blueberry, Cinnamon, Dark Wood, Pastries, Peach, Tangy, Tea, Cake, Fruity
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 3 g 12 oz / 357 ml

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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (1419)! I think I liked this better as a hot tea, but it was enjoyable cold brewed too and one big difference I did notice is that the flavour was a lot more blueberry/peach...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m enjoying the fruity flavor of this. The quality of the fruit isn’t like fresh fruit, but more like dried fruit. It was really tasty before adding milk, but I decided to add some anyway, and I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “2021 sipdown no. 23 This one is really tasty! I would consider ordering this one for my cupboard in a heartbeat. The blueberry and peach and pastry notes all come through perfectly. They don’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “Deep baked-fruits aroma/flavor and sweet, pastry-like cinnamon without actually being sweet. The aroma is a bit too artificial for my liking, but it’s a nice, strong scent. The blueberry and...” Read full tasting note

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11846 tasting notes

Cold Brew Sipdown (1419)!

I think I liked this better as a hot tea, but it was enjoyable cold brewed too and one big difference I did notice is that the flavour was a lot more blueberry/peach focused with the backing green rooibos – not really any of the “crisp”/cinnamon flavours I found when hot. Very light and refreshing still, though!

Thanks again for sharing VariaTEA!

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1212 tasting notes

I’m enjoying the fruity flavor of this. The quality of the fruit isn’t like fresh fruit, but more like dried fruit. It was really tasty before adding milk, but I decided to add some anyway, and I think it tastes similar or slightly worse with the milk. I don’t really get any kind of crisp or baked element, which would have been really fun, but I’m pleased with how it came out anyway. I’d have this again!

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1140 tasting notes

2021 sipdown no. 23

This one is really tasty! I would consider ordering this one for my cupboard in a heartbeat.

The blueberry and peach and pastry notes all come through perfectly. They don’t fight for attention. Yet they’re all there, right at the forefront. The flavours are also very true to form. There’s no fake or cloying-ness here. The blueberries are so true, I felt like I was back home on the east coast, eating blueberries from my grandmother’s garden!

The base tea is lovely, but ever so slightly astringent, though this may be fixed by steeping temperature. As the tea cooled, it only got better! The flavour profiles didn’t change, but it’s just so refreshing!

Thanks for such a wonderful tea Nichole!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 14 OZ / 414 ML
Cameron B.

Yum! Going on the wishlist…

Courtney

Right? I have to try more of these teas so I know what to order, but this is for sure going into an order. XD

Inkling

Ooo, this sounds so good!

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1091 tasting notes

Deep baked-fruits aroma/flavor and sweet, pastry-like cinnamon without actually being sweet. The aroma is a bit too artificial for my liking, but it’s a nice, strong scent. The blueberry and peach are well balanced. The Lipton-like black tea brings a grounding, woody tone, while the hibiscus/rose hips/cranberries (whatever amount ends up in a mere teaspoon) bring just enough tang to brighten the brew. I think this one is really well done, well balanced. While not something I would find myself craving, I do recommend it. Of all the times I’ve brewed it, the last cup has been the best with 1 tsp to 6 ounces instead of 8.

Flavors: Artificial, Blueberry, Cinnamon, Dark Wood, Pastries, Peach, Tangy, Tea

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Day 5 Advent

i think this was yesterday’s tea. i’m veen drowning with work this weekend – creating an org chart of 100+ people in post it notes on my wall. it was tasty, though more blue berry fruity than peach which was ok by me because i’m off of peach.

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1159 tasting notes

This was a perfect start of the day. I was craving for fruity, but with caffeine-included base and black tea is great.

I agree with a ashmanra saying it’s more Peach-blueberry blend, but that is only flaw with this tea. I agree with another her statement “baked cobbler taste” yep — exactly! It is pie crust as well, just like a hot and liquid cake. I guess this is something I will place order once… as it is delicious, fruity, and with caffeine. I will prepare more than one steep, but writing this just after one. Yummm!

“Mutta et tiedä miltä minusta tuntuu.” ehm, no, my Finnish isn’t that great. I just copied that from song. I feel down. I need to write me semestral thesis, if possible today to have it done; but I just can’t make it happen in three days. LIke I have no idea what to write there! I just want to cuddle myself in blanket, enjoying all the tea I have next to me and watching some sense-less TV shows or movies. Nothing from that will happen.

Flavors: Blueberry, Cake, Fruity, Pastries, Peach

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
White Antlers

Martin break your task down. Write for 30 minutes. Set a timer. Then take a tea break for 10 minutes. Set a timer again. Then go back to writing for 30 minutes. If you break a task up into smaller bits, it does not seem quite so daunting.

Martin Bednář

Edit: no more steeps made, as the tea bag attracted some small flies and I thought it isn’t safe anymore.

ashmanra

You can do it, Martin! I am rooting for you!

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2425 tasting notes

Another flyby; ashmanra’s review pretty much captures this: peach and piecrust. I think this is my first experience with green rooibos and I like it. CuppaGeek does flavored, desserty things quite well.

Courtney

This one sounds tasty. I love when tea companies can capture pasty/baked goods well!

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2556 tasting notes

Cuppageek Advent random pick day #2!

I did actually do a random pick today and didn’t cheat and try to see the name first. Yesterday was Frosted Cranberry – yummy, yummy, berries and sweetness, need to order.

Though this is another fruity blend, it was very different. Instead of fresh fruit, this tastes like a baked fruit cobbler. I think the cinnamon is what makes it taste that way to me. It was really good with my brekkie and once again I did three steeps.

Tastewise, I would call this Peach Blueberry, because it is peach forward to me. It isn’t a heavy peach black though, and the green rooibos shines through. I really feel like there is a baked cobbler taste here!

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