Moroccan Pomegranate Red Tea

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Fruit Rooibos Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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From Celestial Seasonings

Native only to the mountainous Cederberg region of South Africa, Rooibos (or red tea) is naturally sweet and has a slightly nutty flavor with hints of cherry and toffee. We’ve infused pure Rooibos with scarlet red pomegranates and just the right amount of tart and fruity hibiscus to create a delightful caffeine-free blend that is uniquely thirst quenching both iced and hot.
— Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster Since 1975

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902 tasting notes

This has been so very comforting to have at work in the afternoons…am a little sad to see it go, but it’s nice to be decupboarding it!!

Preparation
8 min or more

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4 tasting notes

First I tried this tea hot and didn’t like it. It tastes artificial. Nothing like pomegranate. I tried it tonight iced and it tastes much better. It tastes fruity but smells like cough syrup. I will finish off the box now that I know it’s good iced, but I will not buy it again. As a long time rooibos fan, I am disappointed.

music27note

Just opened my box and was hit with the artificial right away. Thanks for letting me know it’s better iced!

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My brother actually got this tea for my mom for Christmas and she pawned it off on me because I love pomegranate.

Despite not usually doing teabags, I was pretty excited to try this. Celestial seems to be making a move in the right direction with their “no strings attached” and the tea itself smelled heavenly.

…It smells better than it tastes.

This isn’t the worst tea I’ve ever had by any stretch of the imagination, but it isn’t what I was hoping for either. It’s a strong woodsy rooibos with an artificially sweet pomegranate flavoring. Most definitely not a tea for those teetering on rooibos’ edge.

I’m willing to give this tea another try (I have an entire box after all) but I’d sooner market it as a fruit enhanced rooibos than as pomegranate tea.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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53 tasting notes

Just the right amount of tang. My kid says it smells like cough medicine, though.

rabbysmom

I’ll bet your little one is smelling the hibiscus in there- I get that in some teas where it’s an ingredient. Just tried their vanilla red and it’s very good- will pick this one up next time I see it. Just discovering red tea and I looove it!

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4 tasting notes

I was quite disappointed by this tea. I found it pretty weak, maybe I didn’t steep it long enough. Recently I had tried Pom Power from David’s Tea and really liked the tart taste of the pomegranate. I couldn’t taste it in this one. Will try brewing it again and letting it steep longer and see if it will taste better.

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87 tasting notes

I’m sorry this review isn’t more detailed, but I have to say:

When sweetened with honey (the way I take most of my tea) this smells and tastes of olives.

Not an unpleasant flavor, but not one I want in my tea. It’s also too weak for my tastes.

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673 tasting notes

Not my favorite tea. Weak flavor but a good background for iced tea when blending with other stronger tea. A little acidic…lemony. Not really spicy.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C

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66 tasting notes

This was my first tea love as a maturing adult. I’d sweeten it to kingdom come until it tasted like Hawaiian Punch. Later on, I learned to tone down the sweetener, and it’s not half bad.

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