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Thank you Izzy for this new for me tea company and nice apple flavoured tea!
It’s no fuzz tea bag of black tea with nice apple flavour. Both well present; apples are indeed red and quite sweet with pleasant sourness aftertaste. Again a nice bold base, with very nice taste without bitterness.
One of the finest apple flavoured teas I had; well, combination of Japanese and French teamasters brings a nice results I guess. See Lupicia, right?
Flavors: Pleasantly Sour, Red Apple
Thank you Izzy for this tea.
Well, honestly I don’t know what to write about this tea. It is tasty and nice; but somehow very common and no wow moment. The peach tastes genuine and juicy, and there is nice base black tea too. The three minute mark of steeping time brought a bit more of the base tea flavours — a bit bitter; but luckily not too much. It was just right to see the difference between fruit and the tea.
While I am writing this note, Steepster is frozen again. Not happy about that, but whatever; I will write it like nothing happened to our favourite site. Maybe it won’t be popular note, nor exceptional, but for future reference…
And yes, today I had an exam. And I have passed it!
This tea isn’t a celebratation one though. It smells like strawberry sweets, quite far from Lupicia flavourings, but not artificial per se.
It is mildly strawberry like indeed similar to sweets. But the base tea beneath is very nice too, quite a light tea and and mild; but present. I am not that amazed as with their Muscat flavour, but well this is way more common flavour, and probably easier to blend. But can you look for more in strawberry tea? It tasted like strawberry, as well the base was there.
And what sad one. Same as weather outside. It snowed about 5 cm overnight, rather like from 5 am to 7 am.
The tea… is just great. that white wine flavour, pleasantly sour… 3 minutes steep produced hints of black tea base, but again quite hiding behind the flavouring — which is quite a shame. Juicy flavouring as well.
I really enjoy the flavouring, it tastes good and genuine to me, though I suppose there is no real grapes in. Thank you Izzy!
Flavors: Grapes, Pleasantly Sour, White Wine
Again a tea bag from Izzy and well, those tea bags look amazing! I decided for this flavour among apple, peach and strawberry… as I don’t recall having grape flavoured tea. I have opened the tea bag and well, it is highly aromatic! But it wasn’t artificial grape at all.
Unfortunately, there is no steeping parameters on the tea bag nor their website (which is very interesting by the way) so I just thought… it will be black tea, tea bag… rather a bit short one — so I did 2 minutes 30 seconds approximately and it wewnt just right.
It’s quite sweet, white wine flavour, with pleasant sourness. Sadly, the base is hiding well behind the flavour, so I would try longer steeping with second and last tea bag.
Very distinctive tea, great execution of it — I am indeed happy with this experience.
Flavors: Pleasantly Sour, White Grapes, White Wine