Sleepytime Kids: Goodnight Grape

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  • “The thing that struck me the most about this tea upon brewing it for the first time was that the color of Goodnight Grape Sleepytime is no different than normal Sleepytime which is a refreshingly...” Read full tasting note
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    JohnGrebe 223 tasting notes
  • “The dry tea bag had a slight sticky feeling, not sure why, and smelled strongly of the plain Sleepytime tea variety. It is pre-sweetened with stevia extract, and the final result is a little...” Read full tasting note
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    Novi 74 tasting notes
  • “Despite the prominent grape smell, I couldn't discern much of a grape taste. The artificial sweetener was a bit offputting in combination with the rest of the flavor, but probably not a bad...” Read full tasting note
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    Mr. Andy 18 tasting notes

From Celestial Seasonings

“Here’s the first Sleepytime® tea made just for kids! Goodnight Grape features the relaxing Sleepytime blend of herbs many of us have loved since we were children, but it’s naturally sweetened, packs a bright and pleasing grape aroma and flavor, and provides 20% of your daily Vitamin C per serving. Kids of all ages will enjoy it served hot or over ice.”

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The thing that struck me the most about this tea upon brewing it for the first time was that the color of Goodnight Grape Sleepytime is no different than normal Sleepytime which is a refreshingly natural chance in a society obsessed with food coloring, especially in food marketed for kids, so I was expecting this tea to come out purple. The tea has a light but sweet grape flavor that overpowers most of the other herbs so it is the first and the main thing that you taste. A bit much on the sweeteners in my opinion but I am glad that they used Stevia and not chemicals or sugar to sweeten it. Personally I think a little less sweetness would do the kids good as I do not think it is a good thing to train kids that everything is supposed to be unnaturally sweet as it is just setting them up to have weight control issues when they get older. Regardless I’d say this tea has value as a midnight snack desert tea.

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The dry tea bag had a slight sticky feeling, not sure why, and smelled strongly of the plain Sleepytime tea variety. It is pre-sweetened with stevia extract, and the final result is a little sweeter than I usually make my teas, but probably preferable to kids. The brewed cup had a natural tea color, almost like apple juice, and the grape scent was buried beneath a spearminty spice-drop type of smell. The taste is interesting. Minty, with faint artificial grape, though the main flavor is sweetness – a very faint spicy flavor in the backround makess this tea better. Wouldn’t drink it every day, but definitely worth keeping and sampling when bored of the usual cups.

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Despite the prominent grape smell, I couldn’t discern much of a grape taste. The artificial sweetener was a bit offputting in combination with the rest of the flavor, but probably not a bad pairing for its intended audience. I think it’s an average to good tea for who its marketed towards, but probably not the best for adults looking for a change of pace.

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