Strawberry Fields Tea from Sunshine Cottage

StrawberryFieldsTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy: Sunshine Cottage

Tea Description:

Plump, ripe, juicy strawberries with a cold, smooth cream – mmmmm! This is summer time heaven in a cup! A dash of half & half would enhance the flavor even more. Carefully blended and hand packaged, this tea will quickly become a favorite!

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Strawberries in fresh cream. . .anybody a fan? Anybody? I am!

This tea reminds me of crisp sweet strawberries in fresh cream.  Just like a fancy restaurant used to offer that my parents took me to quite often.  When my dad was ready to go out to eat, we went all out.  This particular restaurant also served bananas ‘n cream. I would always get one or the other for dessert.

This is a black tea but one that is done with finesse.  I loved how the black tea provided a richness in the background while the strawberries and cream flavor where allowed to play.  I did get slight hints of astringency so this one I don’t think would be very forgiving if oversteeped.  There is also a very subtle and quite hint of a malty finish, which provides a bit of complexity.  The strawberries had such a beautiful fresh flavor while the cream had a lush silky feel.  Seriously.  This tea was good. I recommend all the teas at the Sunshine Cottage.  I’ve tried several and only didn’t care for a few and that was probably my fault for oversteeping.  I would love to try this one as a cold brew or as a latte.

Now, to find a tea that tastes like the bananas n’ cream the restaurant also offered. . . .

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