Capital Teas Blog Series #2 of 9

Sorry for the delay but as usual life sometimes gets in the way but I suppose that is just how life is. No worries though here I am as promised and will share with you the second of nine tea reviews I am doing on Capital Teas. I am so glad I decided on this particular tea, or should I say tisane and below I will with share with you the reason why…

Name: Blueberry Yogurt Rooibos

Company Name: Capital Teas

Company Description: A liquid dessert awaits with the aroma of ripe blueberries and creamy yogurt; a perfect blend of our honeybush with cranberries, blueberries, cornflower petals, milk granules, and sugar parts.

My Preparation Parameters: 1 tsp., 208° F, 7 minute steep

My Review: Deliciously blueberry. Sweet but not tart. A dessert tea without a doubt. I have found it difficult to find a blueberry tea I really like. Many times the blueberry just doesn’t taste authentic. I have had a few that tasted syrupy and too candy like. Some have had a strange after taste. I don’t know maybe I am picky but nevertheless the fact remains that this is delightful. I can see myself without a doubt drinking this one again. As for the yogurt aspect of this blend I am not sure if I even tasted it. It may be there and I just didn’t detect it. Although, since I didn’t notice it, it still does account for some points lost. I am still looking for accuracy. So, if I forgive the lack of yogurt and just judge the flavor I can say it is delicious and it is a bit like the flavor of blueberry pie. Always a good thing. In the words of Homer Simpson….”Ummm. Blueberry Pie!”

Rating: 8.5 of 10

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  3 comments for “Capital Teas Blog Series #2 of 9

  1. 14 Apr ’11 at 5:29 pm

    “or should I say tisane and below I will with share with you the reason why…”

    Could you detail a little more your reasoning?

    • 16 Apr ’11 at 9:11 pm

      I enjoyed it mainly because it was such a wonderful dessert tea and so reminiscent of blueberry pie. The best part was after I drank it I didn’t feel guilty as I probably would have if it were real pie. I hope that answers your question and thanks for reading.

    • 17 Apr ’11 at 4:16 pm

      Thanks for your answer and now I understand better your reasoning.

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