Tea Review – Strictly Strawberry – Serendipitea Tea

Tea Selection: Strictly Strawberry

Company Name: Serendipitea

Location: Manhasset, New York.

Founded: 1995


Tea Company Comments taken from their webpage:

We are committed to the highest quality loose leaf tea, selecting fine certified organics when available. Working closely with tea gardens, estates and specialists around the world, maintaining knowledge and expertise regarding all facets of tea and production.

We are environmentally responsible, utilizing organic farms and all-natural products. Committed to Earth-friendly packaging including post-consumer recycled and biodegradable materials and water-based inks.

We are socially responsible, employing people not machines, opting for handcrafted rather than machine-milled.

We are education-based, conducting extensive lectures and tastings for the public.

And we are always available to answer questions and receive comments – we are happy to be of service.





Personally: It’s no secret that I love tea and I will solicit places to try their teas, especially if I find that they offer unique and premier tea and tea products. When I find a company like Serendipitea I’m intrigued by their products and of course I want to share. I love their website and please check it out, it’s original and interesting. Don’t miss the tea “stamps” at the bottom to direct you to different parts of the website as well as their foundation of their name Serendipitea.


Read more about Serendipitea on their website: Serendipitea.




Organic Apple

Organic Hibiscus

Organic Rose Hips

Organic Strawberry

Natural Strawberry Flavor


COSTS: $10.00 – 4 ounce box

Price varies according to the amount purchased.



Prior to brew: Strawberry Jello! I mean with a name like Strictly Strawberry and it does not disappoint.


Brewed: Beautiful red color once brewed.


Scent: I closed my eyes and when I smelled the brewed tea and the scent took me back to those three layer jello mixes we used to make, does anyone remember them?


Flavor: Beautiful and bold with a slight sour or sharp taste, I added some honey to take the edge off the bitterness and it worked.


Sentiments: Seriously a fun tea with a watermelon hue and that screams summer. This tea is strong and full of flavor and tastes like a ripe strawberry. Beautiful and strong. By adding honey it reminded me of taking a fresh strawberry and rolling it in sugar.


My Tea Vault score values of 1-10 (10 being the best): “6”.



Till next Tea….

Pinkies up!

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