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Found this today at Bed, Bath, and Beyond where I also bought a Breville Tea Maker. I brewed this with the Breville. I clearly don’t know what I’m doing with the Breville. When I poured my cup I got tea all into the rest of the tea. I didn’t think you had to remove the basket to pour the tea but I must have been wrong or I didn’t latch the thing properly, not sure which. As to this tea, it’s a tasty herbal with blueberries as the main note. Not sure which of the other flavors I’m tasting.
I brewed about 6 tsp leaf with about a liter of water in my Breville tea maker for about 5 minutes. I think this tea will get made primarily iced though.
This is a tasty herbal tea that tastes a lot like Forever Nuts by David’s Tea. Same basic ingredients. It’s super-creamy and sweet, just right for a midafternoon break. Because it’s herbal, I think you could give this to a kid and allow them to enjoy it without flying off the handle. (Have you seen a kid on caffeine? It’s hilarious. I say this as a childless person who always hands the kids back.)
It’s a bit weak, flavor-wise, so I recommend over-leafing and over-steeping. I think the issue is that the nuts, due to their shape, don’t pack as tightly as the little tea leaves do in side a tea spoon. I could be wrong, but it sounds scientifically valid, doesn’t it?
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Nuts
Backlog from the other day. I had this tea iced since most fruity teas I just don’t enjoy them hot. Anyway this was a tasty iced tea. Perfect for a warm day. The rooibos was a nice touch it adds a very subtle nutty flavor to the blend. Don’t think I will be purchasing a full size of this but I am glad I tried it. Still on the search for the best herbal/fruity blend to make for iced tea.
I’ve never reviewed a tea, was on here looking for new teas to try, but I had to review this one. Tiesta Tea’s relaxer tea is one of my favorite teas of all time. If I had to choose one tea to have forever (after a perfect green oolong) this would be it. Be warned, I do not drive after having this tea it makes me so relaxed/sleepy. There’s no chamomile here, so I’m not sure how it works it’s magic. It also takes longer to brew than a regular tea. But the wait is so very worth it. This tea is like dessert in a cup, specifically, like apple pie in a cup. Tiesta Relaxer tea is delivered to our home once a month via Amazon subscription and it’s gone at the end of every month. If you haven’t tried yet, I would consider this a must try tea.
Flavors: Almond, Apple, Apple Skins, Cherry
First things first, I do not like hot green tea so my only experience is with this iced. And it’s pretty darned good. I made a 64 oz pitcher, so 4 tablespoons of tea. 8 Splenda packs. I like my teas on the sweet side. It’s nice and fruity, but you can still taste the nice green.
Thankfully I found it at Giant, so I can buy more without having to place an order with Tiesta.
Oh my goodness, Fireberry.
This has to be my favorite tea right now.
So wonderfully tart with cranberry and deliciousness.
Don’t need to add too much sweetener, just enough to balance the tart. Also tastes delicious hot or iced!
Flavors: Cranberry, Tart
This is one of my favorite teas ever! I prefer over David’s Tea’s Forever Nuts. I just think the flavors blend better together.
I find I do not need sweetener, but adding 1 Splenda pack makes it taste like and almond cookie :D
Flavors: Almond, Cookie, Cream, Nuts, Sweet
I just finished this blend today. I’m usually not big on flavored teas (call me a tea “purist”), but this one is a nice blend. It reminded me of apple crisp, with a heavy dash of cinnamon. However, it’s a good dash of cinnamon.
The best way to drink this tea is to steep it for approximately 10 minutes. 6-9 minutes is good, but the 10 minutes is just right. I find that the apple/cinnamon start to form a perfect apple crisp-esq quality. Therefore, if you want to cut out the dessert, but want the flavor, drink this. Plus, it’s great for kids!
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon
This is a nice chai! It seems to strike the right balance between spicy and sweet: cinnamon and ginger are both present, but neither is overpowering and the cardamom adds a nice depth. The base tea is robust, but not bitter. This is one I could drink plain, but it’s even better with a dash of milk (and I’ll bet it would be lovely as a latte!). I don’t love it quite as much as my all-time favorite Reena’s Chai from TeaSource, but it’s proving to be a good substitute until I’m able to order more of that one.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Ginger, Spicy, Sweet
I picked this up today from Stop and Shop (!!!) because I figured it was a better option than picking up some RUNA tea bags. Next time I go grocery shopping I miiiight end up getting the fireberry as well.
I grabbed this because I need more herbals in my life, I’m specifically fond of fruit teas so this was right up my alley. Unfortunately, the blueberry was totally overpowered by the rest of the tea. But I did taste some pineapple, which is good but weird. I wonder if I mixed this with a little rooibos if it would taste like the Teavana Kona Pop + Blueberry Bliss? Worth a shot next time!
Flavors: Berry, Pineapple
A great smelling tea, but a pain to get the flavors to brew right. I only got the right balance of flavors after 5 minutes, one tea spoon of the material, and eight ounces. Then, it turned into a sugar almond cookie, fruity herbal pink tea. My main criticism lies within the teas faintness and finicky brewing flavors based on which dried fruit piece or nut you select unintentionally when drinking. The other main criticism was price: over $9 for 3 ounces of an herbal tea with a weaker flavor…But hey, it’s still good. It is naturally sweet, but if you do sweeten it, use rock sugar or regular sugar to preserve the flavor. Honey or cream overwhelms it.
I am a huge fan of almond – by itself or in pretty much anything. I tried this tea for the first time last night (iced), and it was excellent! The sweet, nutty taste really came through – it reminded me of cotton candy!
Flavors: Cotton Candy, Nutty
This is delicious. I was hoping it would taste something like David’s Teas’ Forever Nuts, and it’s almost exactly the same. I actually taste pecans more than almonds in these two, but that’s a bonus in my book, and they both have the lovely flavors of cinnamon, brown sugar, and apple. I haven’t really been especially interested in putting in an order with Tiesta tea, but this may make me change my mind
Flavors: Apple, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Nuts, Pecan
I wasn’t a fan of this the first time I tried it so I decided to toss the rest of it in my cold steeping pitcher and make iced tea. This time around I was able to taste the banana flavor, although it had a strong chemical aftertaste. I ended up drinking a few glasses, then dumping out the rest of the pitcher.