Prairie Passion

Tea type
Black Green Blend
Ingredients
Artificial Flavouring, Black Tea, Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Papaya Pieces, Rose Hip Peels, Sugar, Sunflower Blossoms
Flavors
Fruity
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Shae
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 14 oz / 400 ml

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From My Cup of Tea (USA)

A year-round favorite, Prairie Passion is a blend of black and green tea, passionfruit, papaya, strawberry, sunflower and rose. Wonderful hot or iced, this beautiful tea is fragrant and slightly sweet. Prairie Passion comes in a small tin that yields approximately 30 cups of tea, a large flexible bag, Family-Sized Iced Tea Filters, and now in our new line of single-serve teabags. Our customers are passionate for this lovely, fruity tea blend!

Ingredients
black tea (56%), green tea (20%), papaya cubes (papaya, sugar), rose hip peel, natural and artificial flavoring, sunflower blossoms

Loose Leaf Preparation: Use one teaspoon per 6-ounce cup; add boiling water and steep for 4-5 minutes.

Teabag Preparation: 12 fl. oz. water + 4-5 min + 203-212°

https://www.shopmycupoftea.com/products/prairie-passion-tea

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Shae’s ADVENT CALENDAR, December 14

I had to write Shae in the morning to find out what is this tea actually! Label says strawberry and there is no strawberry in. Had no idea how it could be called.

Two exams written, two course credits granted. We will see how today ones will develop. I get caught on trap question, so I know there is a mistake. And there (on other one) too. Oh well. So tired.

So, I know what is this tea supposed to be, so I brought a big mug and decided to brew it in. Steeped for 3-4 minutes, not sure; but less than recommended, as I thought it is “done”.

Roswell Strange said it is bit on “European” flavour profile and more-less agree with her. But I don’t get any strawberries, rather some generic fruity profile with hints of papaya in. It is interesting to see black/green blend with probably mellowed the bold black base, but it was somehow… poor. Maybe I have expecting more fruity note; or just somehow fresher taste, but it was just a fruity tea with base, but it was on the boring side and I finished the mug without much to remember.

I think I had better fruity blends, though usually with hibiscus, but maybe I kind of miss it here?

Photo:https://flic.kr/p/2kgWwkH

Flavors: Fruity

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 14 OZ / 400 ML
Courtney

Yay for finishing a couple of exams! You got this!

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Samurai Travelling Tea Box – Tea #1

The travelling tea box safely arrived today; thanks so much SkySamurai for kicking it off, tea-sipper for organizing, and Shae for passing it along! I’ve already divided up the box into things I’m interested in sampling and things I’m not, so I’m excited to get cracking on it!

I recognized this tea company’s name from the list that Shae compiled of Black owned tea companies, so I made sure to set some of those blends aside to sample. This one was a single serve sachet and one of several identical ones in the box, so it was a convenient first choice – plus, even though it’s obviously not referencing the prairies that I’m from I still couldn’t resist the prairie call out!

Steeped up, I thought that this was pretty nice! It’s labelled a black tea, but there is clearly a mix of both black and green tea in the blend. I steeped it like a black tea, though. It’s sweet and fruity but not overwhelming or intense – definitely tasted like strawberry but a little on the more candied strawberry side. The blend overall felt rather “European” in approach/style to me – and seeing that there are MANY tea companies listed on Steepster with this tea name and similar descriptions/ingredient sets it’s not a far cry to assume that it’s a catalog blend from a European supplier.

Just an assumption though.

Not a half bad way to kick off the box though!

EDIT: …and the dashboard seems to be glitching again because it looks like this note isn’t showing up on the feed; at least it shows up on the tea’s page though.

Shae

How strange that this one note isn’t showing up on the feed. I noticed there was a tea #2 so specifically went looking for this one. :)

tea-sipper

Yep, I noticed “tea #1” was missing from my dashboard, so only found it the tealog for only Roswell’s teas! What the heck. I hope you find some enjoyable teas from the box, Roswell!

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