Green Seduction (organic)

Tea type
Green Tea
Black Tea, Green Rooibos, Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Pomegranate Seeds, Rose Hips
Floral, Rosehips, Grass, Grenadine, Berries
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Loose Leaf
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 12 g 12 oz / 343 ml

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  • “Interesting. I first tried this tea 8 months ago, apparently, and wrote that I thought that jasmine was the dominant flavour. Odd! I’m really not picking up on that now, I’m getting a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Using a free sample obtained from David’s Tea during their recent birthdy party. Intriguingly, this sample has no fruit pieces in it, which I remember featuring in the blend. This was one of...” Read full tasting note
    Uniquity 709 tasting notes
  • “Cold brewed this for my drive up…of course I got way too involved in driving (or yelling at people too, there are pull overs for a damn reason people) and now after getting here, just saying...” Read full tasting note
    pandamanda 1220 tasting notes
  • “I was a little less impressed with this tea tonight. I paid attention to steep time and water temp and still got a slight bitterness. I do like the berry and rosehip notes I am getting, but the...” Read full tasting note
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Give in to it

Ah, the pomegranate. In Greek mythology, Hades, god of the underworld, used pomegranate seeds to seduce Persephone, goddess of fertility. In Biblical circles, many think that Eve was actually tempted by a pomegranate, not an apple. What a fruit. We’ve used it to create a green tea that’s just as powerful. Sweetly tart, and seductive on every level. (MK Kosher)

Ingredients: Organic: green tea, black tea, green rooibos, rosehips, pomegranate arils. With natural flavouring*.

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99 Tasting Notes

4 tasting notes

One of my first loose leaf tea’s was pomegranate green from Teaopia and loved it. I ordered this tea, among others, hoping it would be like pomegranate green, unfortunately it wasn’t really. Even though they smell similar, this tea is a lot more bitter, even when steeped at a cooler temperature and shorter period (it does say it’s sweetly tart in the description so maybe my expectation was just off). It’s not that I dislike this tea, it’s still simple and pleasant enough for me to drink on a daily basis, but will refill my container with pomegranate green.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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2 tasting notes

Good green tea (plus it’s organic so we like that right!?).
Maybe just a bit too sweet for my taste, it covers the “green tea taste” a bit too much.
I find it better as iced tea than served hot. Try it this summer!

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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171 tasting notes

Just grabbed a cup of this on my way home from uni. Beautiful, sunny spring day – I thought: yes, today is the day to try that Green Seduction tea. Something green and fruity sounded fitting to go along with the snow melting all around. I had heard a lot of good things about it, yet never really felt like buying a bag of it. I ordered it without really remembering what it was exactly, I just knew it was fruity and green.

The tea is good. It’s green, and fruity, so I was quite happy with my choice. But honestly, I was also happy I hadn’t bought a bag of it for my cupboard. While it’s good, I didn’t feel it was very different from most fruity greens I’ve tried so far. I just read in the description that it has pomegranate, and really, I could never have guessed. Even now that I know, I can’t taste it. To me, it tastes like a generic fruity green tea. But a good one!

175 °F / 79 °C

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142 tasting notes

Loved the smell of this tea in the bag, and it smells even better once steeped, nice and fruity with a touch of bitter, not to sweet. I like this tea, but probably wont go out and buy a whole 100 g of it…

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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7 tasting notes

If you like/love pomegranate, then this is a great tea to try!

The scent seems as if it would be TOO sweet, but the taste isn’t overly sweet, it’s actually quite refreshing, like fresh pomegranate juice.

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2 tasting notes

Green Seduction is my new love! The smell is a lot sweeter than you would expect from pomegranate, which makes this tea delicious! This tea got me through my head cold this winter by upping my antioxidants and soothing my sweet tooth. This tea is fruity and very addicting!

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570 tasting notes

Tried this for the first time. I oversteeped it, to start off, so I’m wondering if the bitter/earthy aftertaste is from that. It’s an okay tea, pretty soothing. Don’t think I’ll be buying any but I would drink it again.

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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2 tasting notes

Part of my first gift of David’s Tea. Surprised me, since I am not usually fond of strongly flavoured teas. But this flavoured green was very fresh-tasting, slight fruity sweet, but not overwhelming, it still tasted of green tea. This is what prompted me to try other flavoured teas from David’s Tea.

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11 tasting notes

From the smell of this tea dry, you’d expect something herbel with a fruity overpowering pomegranate flavour. However, this tea delivered a solid, full-bodied flavour. There was a solid and consistent pomegranate overtone that really drove the experience home.

I followed the directions to steep at 80 degrees for 3 minutes; it felt a little weak, so I may try steeping longer or possibly adding more tea leaves next time.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I was just wondering on my way home from the mall today if this was named for the biblical story/theory that Eve was tempted by a pomegranate and not an apple and then I stopped to actually read the description of this tea and it’s directly referenced on the label/tea description… so there’s that.

This is one of the tea on the tea wall that I skipped over, simply put, just because of the green tea base. I’m not a fan of green tea, and so there are a lot of green teas I haven’t tried from DAVIDsTEA. It’s not overly complicated.

This one smells really good though! I was just commenting this morning that I dislike the stevia in DT’s Pom Diggety blend (and Pom Cider as well) and this one actually doesn’t have stevia in at all. So that’s an automatic plus, in my opinion. It just sweet really sweet and juicy though; pomegranate for sure but also just red fruits in general. It feels like the fruit is about to burst!

The taste is really smooth; I think I enjoy the base as much as I do because it’s not straight green tea – it’s cut with both black tea and rooibos. So, in addition to the vegetal/grassy taste of the green tea it has some of the body of the black tea backing it, and is a bit more grounded. If that makes sense. I don’t think the richness of the red fruits/pomegranate is as juicy and in your face flavour wise as it comes across in aroma, but the distinctness of those fruits IS there. I know this is pomegranate and I know that it has other red fruits/berry notes in the background for support. Strawberry, raspberry, maybe even red currant. Again, I can’t reiterate it enough – but the fact this doesn’t have stevia in it is SUPER apparent in how the natural sweetness of the fruit is conveyed.

Yeah; I don’t really have much criticism for this one apart from the fact the aroma is more intense than the actual flavour. It’s still not weak/light bodied though; and the notes are there and what I want from it. I wish we carried a candle infused with this one rather than some of the other scents/teas we carry in candle format ‘cause I’d probably rather smell it than drink it. But regardless call me seduced, I guess.

Friendly reminder that I’m not currently numerically rating teas because I’m seasonally employed by DAVIDsTEA and therefore an obvious conflict of interest exists.

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