Wild Berry

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Nettle, Pineapple
Flavors
Berry, Sour, Sweet
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Raritea
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec 11 oz / 319 ml

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  • “Yesterday and today were days of fairly crappy bagged teas, courtesy of hosting nursing interviews. I'm definitely looking forward to being back at my desk tomorrow. Lipton is the standard fare,...” Read full tasting note
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    Scheherazade 1052 tasting notes
  • “1 teabag used Brewed infusion has a juicy aroma with sweetness. Hibiscus is overpowering and drowns out sweet fruity flavour. Underneath the hibiscus, there is a good mix of punchy berry favour....” Read full tasting note
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    Rarity 488 tasting notes
  • “I didn't like this infusion at all. Usually I love Clipper teas because of their honest taste, but this was just awful. The colour is pretty purplish red, but the scent is a bit weird and overly...” Read full tasting note
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    mariajuana 2 tasting notes
  • “This herbal infusion is a good after dinner option. To me this is a relaxing evening warm tea, a good digestive as well. You could also experiment by combining it with white or oolong teas or even...” Read full tasting note
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    Ummalmur 5 tasting notes

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Organic wild berry infusion
A refreshing, delicious and deeply fruity infusion, naturally caffeine-free.
Hibiscus, Liquorice root, rosehip, nettle, pineapple, natural flavouring (5%), bilberry (1%).

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1052 tasting notes

Yesterday and today were days of fairly crappy bagged teas, courtesy of hosting nursing interviews. I’m definitely looking forward to being back at my desk tomorrow. Lipton is the standard fare, and they’re okay, but I was getting a bit tired of those. I tried this one today, but sadly wasn’t all that impressed. It smells gorgeous — a really lovely, fairly accurate berry scent, reminiscent of blackcurrant and maybe raspberry. Brewed, it just tastes like hibiscus, more or less. I wasn’t really expecting anything else, and it’s by no means a bad tea. The flavouring isn’t hopelessly tart, and it’s definitely drinkable. It was a hot drink, at the end of the day, and that’s what I needed more than anything. It gets points for that.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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488 tasting notes

1 teabag used

Brewed infusion has a juicy aroma with sweetness.

Hibiscus is overpowering and drowns out sweet fruity flavour. Underneath the hibiscus, there is a good mix of punchy berry favour. Overall sour because of the hibiscus.

Flavors: Berry, Sour, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 11 OZ / 319 ML
OMGsrsly

I found Clipper teas the other day at a local grocery store! They had maybe 6 flavoured white teas. Have you tried any of those ones? :)

Raritea

I’ll definitely be on the lookout! I was pretty impressed with their bagged breakfast blend. I’m trying to find something that I can drink at school so it has to be able to withstand the incredibly hot water that they have in the student lounge and cafeteria.

OMGsrsly

I know it takes more work, but you can always put some ice in your cup before you add the hot water, just so it’s a little cooler. This would be assuming that the cafeterias have ice thingies for pop like they do over here. :)

Raritea

That’s a really great idea! We don’t have any of those ice dispensers on campus but they do have chilled filtered water available… BRILLIANT! Thank you thank you! I won’t feel so restricted in my on campus tea choices anymore. I am, however, still tempted to bring a thermometer with me… probably not the best idea- you should have seen my flatmates’ faces when they saw a thermometer in the kettle.

OMGsrsly

Haha. That’s so awesome. I’d love to see some peoples reactions. :D

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I didn’t like this infusion at all. Usually I love Clipper teas because of their honest taste, but this was just awful.
The colour is pretty purplish red, but the scent is a bit weird and overly sweet.
I can’t even describe the taste. But it will be stuck in your mouth for a looong time after drinking. It’s like sickly sweet beetroot. Ew.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This herbal infusion is a good after dinner option. To me this is a relaxing evening warm tea, a good digestive as well. You could also experiment by combining it with white or oolong teas or even puer tea for a change.

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