Amoda Tea Review March 2023
Amoda Tea is a subscription designed to help tea lovers sample a variety of blends from niche brands across North America. Each box comes with four handmade looseleaf teas, a roll of 10 biodegradable tea filters and a subscriber-only discount for 20% off at Amoda Tea. Here’s a look at my box for March.*
*They kindly sent us this box for review.
The teas my box are a surprise mix from a selection of featured teas so mine might be different than other March boxes you’ve seen. Subscribers can choose which teas they’d like in their box. Each box of four teas makes 16 to 18 cups.
“When we think about teas for spring we often reach for refreshing fruity and floral flavours and blends that remind us of nature.”
— Amoda Tea
Meadow Walk (Plum Deluxe) · “Inspired by nature, this tea is crisp and floral with accents of jammy blueberries, tart cranberries and herbaceous rosemary. A beautiful blend to welcome warmer weather and enjoy during a stroll outdoors. Caffeine free.”
The fruity flavours sound delightful but all I’m getting from this one is the rosemary. I don’t dislike it, but I can’t decide if I like it either. 🤔 Reminds me of turkey stuffing and my favourite crackers — fall/winter flavours more than spring.
Orange Tiger KitTea (PURRsonaliTeas) · “Natural dairy-free creme flavour is blended with a brisk black tea, refreshing oranges and woody rooibos. The flavour is sweet and zesty with a creamy vanilla-like finish. A dreamy creamsicle combination! High caffeine.”
A delicious dessert tea that tastes exactly as described! Whisks me back to hot summer afternoons when the kids were little and we’d walk to the corner store for frozen treats. 😋 I tried it warm but it would be even more delicious iced or even made into popsicles. And the name is adorable!
Assam A Go-Go (BrutaliTeas) · “The perfect morning companion! Malty and earthy, this blend of black and puerh teas compliment the hazelnut flavour. Mixed with tangy strawberry and cocoa nibs for a decadent dark chocolate berry taste with soft vanilla. High caffeine.”
Lycheep Trick (BrutaliTeas) · “Have you tried a lychee infused tea blend yet? This one is based on the musical band Cheap Trick! The tropical fruit is juicy, sweet and grape-like. The flavour is accented by roses and compliments the smooth and mellow green tea base. No bitterness. Low caffeine.”
Lycheep Trick. 😂😂 Love the creativity with these names! Both of these teas are deliciously smooth and sweet and I can make out some of the distinct flavours in each blend. I feel like these would be really lovely to serve at a spring or summer tea party or a Mother’s Day brunch.
Amoda Tea makes such a fun treat for tea lovers! I don’t know if I would have picked the rosemary-forward one but the other three are scrumptious and great teas for spring. (And summer!)
Amoda Tea is available in monthly, 3-, 6- and 12-month subscriptions starting at $22/month including shipping across Canada and the US.
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With Amoda Tea, indulge yourself and discover a world of small-batch blended and hand-crafted teas made by small tea purveyors from across North America. You can now customize your tea selections each month!