Tropical Sunset

Tea type
Black Green Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Green Tea, Jasmine, Lotus Flowers, Mango, Mango Flavor, Marigold, Natural Passionfruit Extract, Papaya, Rose
Flavors
Floral, Grass, Honey, Honeysuckle, Sweet, Vegetal, Apricot, Fruity, Green, Passion Fruit, Tropical
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Vegan
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Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 g 14 oz / 425 ml

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  • “This is another tea from the Discovery Teabox (thanks to Skysamurai for coordinating and all who contributed!) I think I ran into LST (Love Some Tea) at the San Francisco International Tea Festival...” Read full tasting note
  • “From the tea box! The green is pretty mild with a tiny bit of bitterness. The fruit flavor is pretty light as well. I taste maybe papaya or mango. So if you like light fruity greens, this is a tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “First and foremost, thank you to Love Some Tea for sending me a generous amount of free samples to review. The green tea leaves are very high quality, and you can taste it. I coldbrewed half a...” Read full tasting note
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Our first green and black blend layered with all the wonderful aromas of Thailand, including dried mango, dried passion fruit, dried papaya, rose flower, blue lotus flower, jasmine flower. This whole leaf tea is bursting at the seams with flavor!

Our Black & Green tea grows wild in the mountains of Northern Thailand and is tended and harvested by Hill Tribe Peoples including the Lanna, Lahu, and Karen peoples. This Whole leaf tea is one of the finest loose leaf varietals in Thailand and is handpicked only a few times a year. Love Some Tea is completely natural as the plants grow wild the way nature intended. Our teas are all certified Vegan.

Ingredients: Whole leaf green tea, whole leaf black tea, dried flowers (jasmine, blue lotus, rose, marigold), dried fruits (papaya, mango), passionfruit oil, mango oil

Steeping Instructions: Steep for 2-3 minutes at 180-200F (leaves can be resteeped several times)

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867 tasting notes

This is another tea from the Discovery Teabox (thanks to Skysamurai for coordinating and all who contributed!) I think I ran into LST (Love Some Tea) at the San Francisco International Tea Festival 2018, but considering I have a hard time remembering what I did last week let alone something from two years ago, I have no idea if this was one of the teas they had out for sample that day. Anyway, it was in this teabox, so I took a 2.5g sample to try. I prepared it cold brew style, letting it steep overnight in 350ml of water.

This tea is listed as a blend of black and green leaf, with lots of flower petals and dried mango and papaya with some natural flavorings. My sample, I’ll note, is only tea leaf, with no petals or dried fruit (maybe what was left in the bag?) I also don’t know the age of the sample… my brew is a light yellow color, and has a very faint sweet honeysuckle-esque aroma. The flavor tastes mostly like a crisp green tea — like sweet grass, with some subtle honey notes. I am not getting any fruit notes at all, and only a subtle florality that mostly reads as a bit of sweetness. I think this is mostly due to the selection/age of my sample more than the tea itself, though. It still made for a refreshing iced tea, based just on the tea leaf without the additives or flavorings.

I’m going to leave this unrated since I feel I didn’t get a fair representation of this one, but I appreciate the chance to try it all the same.

Flavors: Floral, Grass, Honey, Honeysuckle, Sweet, Vegetal

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 g 12 OZ / 350 ML
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I have some of this tea from another teabox, haven’t even tried it yet. I will soon!

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From the tea box! The green is pretty mild with a tiny bit of bitterness. The fruit flavor is pretty light as well. I taste maybe papaya or mango. So if you like light fruity greens, this is a tea you would enjoy. They’re not my absolute favorite, but I’m still enjoying this one.

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First and foremost, thank you to Love Some Tea for sending me a generous amount of free samples to review.

The green tea leaves are very high quality, and you can taste it. I coldbrewed half a sample pouch 10 minutes (after 20 minutes it gets bitter, aim for 10-15 minutes) in cold water and am now drinking a wonderfully fragrant, fruity green tea that tastes like passion fruits. I can taste some hints of mango, apricot, papaya, and some indistinct floral notes. I really appreciate the green in the base. I’m not a green tea person, but I find this one very drinkable, although can become bitter on longer steeps.

I would recommend this brewed hot or cold, although I really like it iced.

Flavors: Apricot, Floral, Fruity, Green, Passion Fruit, Tropical

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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