Captain United

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Captain United

Flavor Profile: If your childhood hero had a flavour, it would be this. bright cranberry and apple are mellowed by coconut and maple, and made bold with hibiscus and rosehips. The Captain will never let you down.

Ingredients: Black tea, coconut pieces, apple, rosehip, cranberry, elderberry, hibiscus, calendula petals, sunflower petals, real maple syrup, and Natural flavors.

Brewing instructions: Bring water to 100ºC/212ºF. Use 1tsp of loose tea per cup. Steep 3-5 minutes in hot water.

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Adventaggedon Day Eighteen – 5/6

I went into this tea skeptical. The flavour description and ingredients list looked fine, if not maybe a little bit basic. Captain America isn’t my favourite hero, so there wasn’t necessarily any extra “pull” to this tea because of the fandom either. Though, I did appreciate that this wasn’t just another red/white/blue play – I’ve seen what feels like a million fandom blends for Captain America that have either sprinkles in that colour scheme or a trio of fruit flavours meant to fit the colour scheme. You know what I really want to see!? Where’s the peach flavoured “America’s Ass” blend!? Someone make it happen.

Anyway – this tea was good! There’s been a couple blends from Thesaurus that have just immediately dug their hooks in me, but this one felt a little more like a slow burn where the flavours were soft at first then grew to a point were they were just strong enough with a pleasant medium bodied and not too much sweetness. I get the maple (though that’s a little more “Captain Canuck” to me) and definitely red fruit as well. I know it’s supposed to be cranberry, but it reaaallllyyyyy read as cherry to my palate and I was definitely NOT mad at that.

I get the impression that if I were to buy this tea and drink it a little more regularly that it’s the kind of blend that would continue it’s pleasant slow burn to the point where it might become a more routine/habitual favourite. I’ve definitely been keeping a shortlist of blends I might want to order, and I’m adding this one to that list!

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Out of curiosity, who is your favourite superhero?

Marika de Vienne

“Where’s the peach flavoured “America’s Ass” blend!? Someone make it happen.” LMFAO… and the award for comment of the year goes to…

I agree this was a really good tea that could become a staple in my cupboard

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