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Black Fruit Herbal Pu'erh Blend
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Almond, Floral, Cookie, Rose, Sugar, Astringent, Bitter, Butter, Creamy, Fruity, Marzipan, Nuts, Pistachio, Red Fruits, Sweet, Tannic, Cherry, Cream, Vanilla, Cranberry, Earthy, Nutty, Smooth, Tart, Cake
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 266 ml

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Ingredients: Ceylon Black Tea, Pu-erh Black Tea, Pistachios, Raspberry Leaves, Cranberries, Rose Petals, Natural Cranberry, Creme & Almond Flavors

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251 tasting notes

My partner wanted to help out and added water without the timer, so this steeped for…. who even knows, but at least 10 minutes. Still, it avoided the extreme bitterness I was afraid of after the steep. I am mostly getting almond and something floral, which I assume is the rose. This is probably my least favorite of the teas so far in the advent, but it’s not bad, and I don’t even know if that’s the tea’s fault!

BrutaliTeas Advent, Day 5

Flavors: Almond, Floral

190 °F / 87 °C

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3986 tasting notes

BrutaliTeas Advent Calendar 2022 – Day 5

Enjoying this one more than I thought I would, given I’m not a fan of almond flavoring in tea.

But all of the flavors are more mellow than I expected. I can’t really tell it’s puerh, which is surprising. I get hints of fruitiness from the cranberry, but mostly I can taste buttery nuts and a bit of cream. There is some of that marzipan-y almond flavor too, but it melds in a bit with the cream, which I think makes it more palatable to me. The base though, seems much more astringent than their other black teas that I’ve tried so far. There’s a noticeable drying effect at the end of the sip, and a hint of bitterness too. Strange, I used the same steeping parameters…

Anyway, pleasantly surprised to enjoy this one! :)

Flavors: Almond, Astringent, Bitter, Butter, Creamy, Fruity, Marzipan, Nuts, Pistachio, Red Fruits, Sweet, Tannic

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

The name of this one is delightful!

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246 tasting notes

I love this blend, I always will. Today I tried this one cold brewed for the first time and it was AMAZING I totally recommend it!

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1433 tasting notes

Sipdown from last week!

I enjoyed this one, although the cranberry and cream flavouring means it has some overlap with Brutaliteas’ Crantera blend. The inclusion of pistachio, almond, and of pu-erh gives this an earthy and velvety-smooth quality that is a little extra! It also paired exceptionally well eggnog for an extra festive component (Yes, groceries here seem to push eggnog for Canadian Thanksgiving).

I’m a little sad I didn’t save this one for winter festivities.

Flavors: Almond, Cranberry, Creamy, Earthy, Marzipan, Nutty, Pistachio, Rose, Smooth, Tart

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2297 tasting notes

I sort of get pistachio here, but it’s more fruity than nutty. Sweetened with milk, it’s pretty creamy and tasty. It almost gains a boba-type flavor as it sits. The flavors are dulled when I have this cold or hot. It definitely shines most at room temperature.

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5 tasting notes

Day 5 of my advent calander, I enjoy this flavor every year. I don’t know why I don’t just purchase it. It tastes like a decadent sweet dessert that needs no sweetener or cream. I brewed my sample size into a six Oz cup which was perfect for this blend.

Flavors: Fruity, Sweet

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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15662 tasting notes

Adventaggedon Day 5: Tea 1/7

This pun is giving me life right now – it might be one of my favourite Brutalities names yet, truthfully. The tea tastes a lot more fruity than I had expected to – very distinct cranberry notes, leaning sweeter and not so much in the tart vain. I enjoy the taste, but if I’ve being honest I’m a bit let down by the fact there’s not more pistachio. Like, it’s nutty! There’s that sort of candied pistachio taste that I’ve experienced in Dammann Frere blends and I get the amaretto/marzipan style sweet almond too. I just wish it was more of a pure play on pistachio.

Still good, though!


I get that, I think their formula has changed since but I believe its meant to be more like the cherry almond pistachio icecream?

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234 tasting notes

2021 Advent Calendar

I really enjoyed this one. I liked the flavor combination of almonds, pistachios, and cranberries. I don’t detect the rose petals at all, which is good as I don’t usually care for rose teas.

Flavors: Almond, Cranberry, Marzipan

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1705 tasting notes

Adding cream and sugar makes this tea more Marzipan-like, bordering a little on macaroon. I’d note almonds, SUGA!, pistachio, and fruity hints from the cranberry. It’s something that would pair really well with cookies as a dessert tea. Still interesting and unique, but depends on cream and sugar to cut through bitterness and astringency. I like it and am happy I have some.

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1796 tasting notes

Advent Day 5

This is my first time trying this blend since the change. I used to absolutely love it (and scored it at a 100 for quite awhile). However, the updated blend isn’t nearly as good as the previous. I’m getting much less nutty, marzipan goodness and way more cranberry. The cranberry is fine, but I loved the balance of mellow rose and intense nuttiness. Such a shame that this blend was changed so much.


Did they mention why so many of the blends changed? I noticed that some that used to be sourced from Adagio are different now.


oh no! I’m sorry they changed a favorite for you

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