Field To Cup Tea Discoverer Review + Coupon – April 2019


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Field to Cup April 2019 review

Field to Cup is a tea discovery service that sends you 5 high-quality loose leaf teas to try every month (60-96 cups). Each box includes a steeping guide for each tea.

There are three subscription options: the Explorer for $14.97 a month for four teas (20-32 cups), the Discoverer for $27.97 a month for five teas (60-96 cups), or the Adventurer for $34.97 a month for four teas (40-72 cups). Choose between black or low-caffeine teas.

This review is for the Discoverer – Black Tea, $27.97 a month, box.

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Each tea comes in a resealable pouch that has the tea description printed on the outside. The pouch shows the specific steeping instructions for each tea blend, and it includes mug vs teapot instructions for each blend.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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About Field to Cup

The Subscription Box: Field to Cup Tea Discoverer Box

The Cost: $27.97 a month

The Products: 5 teas total every month (60-96 cups)

Ships to: US

Good to know: Field to Cup offers gift subscriptions that can be easily scheduled via email. From Field to Cup:

To get started you choose the Gift Instantly option on each of the subscription pages. We notify the recipient on the date you select, along with the gift giver’s custom message. This is especially wonderful for Dec 25th as you can send a gift on time without the box actually being there. Amazing for last minute gifting!

Field to Cup Tea Discoverer April 2019 Review

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The information insert includes a description of each tea, steeping instructions, and a place for you to record your thoughts on each brew.

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Also included was our monthly roll of disposable tea bags for the perfect steep!

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Black Tea Chai Bazaar, 20g- Buy 85g for $14.68

I never tend to get excited about chai teas but if there is anything I have learned from my tea journey with this sub, it is that I should just take a sip! Though chai doesn’t get me super pumped, anything with a good rooibos certainly does and I would honestly describe this tea as a winner because of those strong rooibos notes. The chai spices are certainly there, but this totally drinkable tea manages to not feel like a fall brew but more like a spiced red tea. I liked it very much.

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Black Tea Golden Jin Luo, 20g- Buy 85g for $11.76

The tasting notes provided with this pretty black tea are malt and cacao, but this one had such an enjoyable honey taste I brewed up a second cup immediately after the first. It is a very smooth cup and just a little raw sugar really enhanced the natural malty sweetness. A splash of almond milk gave it creamy overtones.

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Black Tea Organic Nilgiri Highlands, 20g- Buy 85g for $9.97

I find Nilgiri teas to be a little too mild for my taste, but I have learned that if I over-brew them that helps. I like a strong cup! This black tea felt pretty traditional and there was a hint of citrus and a little curry spice there too. It wasn’t my favorite tea, but it was still utterly drinkable!

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Premium White Tea Organic Raspberry Kiss, 20g- Buy 85g for $12.38

This tea brewed up the most lovely blush pink! It had a fresh berry scent, and it is worth noting in a sea of somewhat artificial “berry” teas, this one was completely authentic, smelling like fresh raspberries. It was super smooth and had a barely there tart vibe that gave it just a little something extra. While this was great hot I imagine it would really shine iced and garnished with a lemon.

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Black Tea Dark Lust, 40g- Buy 85g for $13.53

On my tasting notes, I wrote “SEXY” for this tea in all caps. This tea is pure velvet, and it has this deep, dark quality that reminds me of leatherbound books and honey. It is appropriately named! I loved its malty smooth finish and found it was delightful with both sugar or alone.

Verdict: Field to Cup is always full of the most exquisite teas. The standout this month for me would have to be a tie between the Golden Jin Luo and the Dark Lust. Delicious! I also surprisingly really enjoyed that Chai and the Raspberry Kiss was so pretty and light. The Nilgiri Highland was not my favorite, but the good thing about this sub is that if you don’t love a tea they let you replace it in your next box! This continues to be oneof my absolute favorite tea subscriptions because the curation is top notch and the bags of tea themselves are always super generous.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive May as your first box!

Your first box will ship out within 1-2 business days after your initial purchase.

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Value Breakdown: At $27.97 per month, you’re paying between $0.29- $0.47 per cup of tea depending on how much you brew at a time. That is a lot of tea goodness!

Check out all of our Field to Cup reviews to see what types of teas you can expect from this subscription and see some of our other fave tea subscription boxes!

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

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6 Comments

  1. I love this subscription. They have great customer service.

    Just an FYI, you only get the tea bags with your first box.

    • Thanks, Sheila! We’re so happy you’re enjoying your subscription! Yes, the bags come with the first box to get you started! Our hopes are that you’ll steep in something re-usable like a tea filter after your first box

      Thank you for being a loyal tea lover <3

      Shirley at Field to Cup

  2. Love this subscription! One of my favorites for sure and it’s introduced me to new favorite teas that I had assumed I wouldn’t like. Never would have tried them otherwise.

    • I look forward to it every month. It always feels like a treat.

      • Yay! Happy dance!! Thanks for your honest opinions, as always. Our tea replacement program is definitely the best way to pre-customize your box, and also replace ones you don’t love. Thanks for highlighting that!

        <3
        Shirley

    • Thanks Lynn! That’s our dream come true! Trying new teas can be scary and costly, and challenging without much guidance. We are SO happy you’ve enjoyed your experience with our box!

      Thanks for being a wonderful tea lover <3

      Shirley at Field to Cup

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