Good iced. The hibiscus finish doesn’t do anything for me, but the strawberry flavor is very nice.
“I made this again and added some honey and wow it was good. It would make for a refreshing iced tea. Perfect for a hot summers day. I bumped up the score.” Read full tasting note
“I opened the bag and it took me a minute to place that delicious, almost overpowering strawberry smell. Fruit snacks!!! Totally smells like fruit snacks and I'm digging it. Another pink liquor. I'm...” Read full tasting note
“I needed a really big, sweet kick in the pants this morning. So I mixed up a pretty strong batch of Weight to Go!, Wild Strawberry, and then I threw in some straight pu-erh from a friend in China....” Read full tasting note
“I will start this out by saying that I absolutely hate hot hibiscus-based tea. Just, ew. But iced? That's another story. This tea has become a summertime staple for my household; it's tart and...” Read full tasting note
Even when the strawberry harvest is waning for the year, our Wild Strawberry herbal blend will have you smiling like the first pick of the season. Fresh strawberries, apple pieces, hibiscus flowers and rose hips create a mellow, almost dessert-like tea. Sweet strawberry and sugared rhubarb aroma, beautiful warm berry color, pleasantly aromatic and not super sweet. A caffeine-free cup of pure delight.
Ingredients: rose hips, hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries, raspberry leaves
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This tea is NOT my thing. It’s not quite as acidic as other fruit teas I’ve had and really not liked, but it’s just not what I like in a good tisane. The ingredients sound amazing and I love Adagio’s Strawberry black tea, but… yeah. No. Might be tasty iced, but I’m probably just going to move on to one of the other Adagio teas I already really enjoy. :)
I’m very “eh” about this one. It is sweet on its own, but also quite sour, so I added some Splenda. That made it better, but it still wasn’t great. Maybe sugar would have worked better. It definitely smells and tastes like strawberries and is a wonderful red color. I would drink it maybe as a desert tea. Not bad, fruit teas may just not be the type for me :)