Cream of Saskatchewan. Carolina Cross. Yellow Crimson. No, we aren’t talking about classic rock bands, we’re talking watermelons. In addition to those three, there are more than 1200 other varieties of the pulpy fruit, which is actually a berry, growing in almost every country on earth. Amazing right? Still, that number isn’t half as amazing as the $6,300 that were paid for a black Densuke watermelon from Hokkaido, Japan in 2008. (Not surprisingly, the most expensive watermelon ever sold.) Suffice it say, people love watermelon.
Helen’s Royal Tea House (Submitted on 15th Feb 2019)
This tea is so good. When you open the bag, your mouth will water at the sweet smell of watermelon. It is so delicious. You don’t need any sweeteners because the taste is so delicious. There aren’t any added sugars but it just has a sweet taste. I crave it and can’t wait for the hot days of summer to make it into an iced tea.
Nancy (Submitted on 22nd Feb 2017)
Watermelon is my favorite fruit, and oolong is my favorite tea. How could this get any better?
The smell alone is enough to send you mind wondering toward hot days on a sandy beach. This tea lingers on the tongue with a refreshing sweetness. The oolong is very mild, and pairs with the melon wonderfully.
This is my favorite go to tea when I'm in the mood for relaxing and dreaming.
Leigh Spivy (Submitted on 19th Jun 2016)
Personal favorite at the moment. Very nice melon flavor with good balance of oolong. Price is best I have found so far for this tea. Will be buying again soon!