Fruit Salad Lemonade

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Blueberry, Flowers, Hibiscus Flowers, Marigold Flowers, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Natural Wild Cherry Flavor, Orange Peels, Rose Hips
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I cold brewed this for more than 24 hours because I got lazy and didn’t want to strain it last night. Today it had an interesting purple/grey color. However, I did not get a lot of flavor. Perhaps...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent Day 5, From the Depths of the Grab Bag. I liked the smell coming from the packet. It was interesting, very floral and blueberry. “[Dry contents] smells like perfume in a good way. [Brewed]...” Read full tasting note
  • “Day 4 Advent I remember this one being ok. Nothing special and more generically fruity tha lemonade. But it was a nice cup and good to have a herbal for the day yesterday. Really having fun with...” Read full tasting note
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  • “As I need to keep up with the date, I decided to brew two CuppaGeek teas. I have to admit, i was bit cheating today as well, as I needed a caffeine-free blend as… it’s evening again. Time...” Read full tasting note

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I cold brewed this for more than 24 hours because I got lazy and didn’t want to strain it last night. Today it had an interesting purple/grey color. However, I did not get a lot of flavor. Perhaps the slightest touch of lemon – as if I just put some sliced lemon into water. Otherwise, nothing. I will have to try this again with different methods.

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Advent Day 5, From the Depths of the Grab Bag.

I liked the smell coming from the packet. It was interesting, very floral and blueberry.

“[Dry contents] smells like perfume in a good way. [Brewed] smells like soap.

sip Oh my GAWD… what is that?! Oh my god, I’ve never tasted anything like this. a series of small coughs Oh I dunno. lots of laughing Eeeuuauugh. Oh — my god! I don’t know if I can drink that! I can’t recommend that! lots of laughing It’s almost like drinking vomit. Does this have rose hips in it? Sometimes they can taste like vomit. Hibiscus can do that, too. 1/10."

She obviously didn’t finish her cup, so I scavenged her mug for some sips. The brew was a velvety indigo from all the butterfly pea flowers in the blend. Her sample packet came with a bunch. I thought it smelled pretty good, like tangy-sweet blueberry and flowers. It was indeed acrid in the back of the mouth (too much hibiscus), but this really interesting aftertaste bloomed large that reminded me of something and I couldn’t figure it out. Candy necklaces or those sweet white candy Fun Dip sticks, but it was also tart and floral and fruity. Was that the mix of blueberries with strawberry and wild cherry flavors? I also tasted quite a bit of lemongrass, which isn’t listed in the ingredients (whoopsie?). I didn’t think it was necessarily bad and it was fun to sip lightly. Maybe it needs sugar.

Obviously don’t approach this one if you don’t like hibiscus.

Leafhopper

LOL! I love your housemate’s reviews!

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Day 4 Advent

I remember this one being ok. Nothing special and more generically fruity tha lemonade. But it was a nice cup and good to have a herbal for the day yesterday. Really having fun with the advent.

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As I need to keep up with the date, I decided to brew two CuppaGeek teas. I have to admit, i was bit cheating today as well, as I needed a caffeine-free blend as… it’s evening again.

Time flies!

Anyway to the tea… I was quite afraid being hibiscus heavy (so, maybe a cup for Mastress Alita?) The brew is having deep red colour and aroma? I think I notice cherries and strawberries; that is probably the expected flavour profile. Yep, it’s pretty strawberry/cherry forward in taste as well. Hibiscus was strong too. !EXCEPTION AHEAD! I did an exception and added a teaspoon of sugar. I think I get more from cherry.

Now I am confused. My blend is having a lemongrass in. Fruit salad lemonade doesn’t contain lemongrass on CuppaGeek website. Other tea called “something” (scratched original label by tearing off the silver one) lemonade is Rose Lemonade and that one includes the lemongrass, but I don’t think it’s only rose and lemongrass. The image on the label looks like Fruit salad lemonade one. Mislabeled? No, taste is indeed bit more on cherry than on rose. Holds on rating

Song pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4BBQ6Pni7c — you never heard about Publisher? Well, I found him approx. 6 years ago. I was browsing through Jamendo for some free songs, easy-listening genre. I listened to one, two (of four) from him and I knew I wanted to download them. So I did. And to be honest, I prefer bit more his Never Wanted track :) .

PS: Those silver labels aren’t scratchable, are they?

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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