Bavarian Wild Berry

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Black Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Monday Jan. 10, 2011 1st Steep of the Day. Went with the Lipton Wild Berry. Great as expected, Bold Black Tea Presence, Lipton Knows how to Mix the Flavors and Spices. Warm Fruity Mix, very...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Surprisingly good berry flavor. This was a gift from a co-worker. This is much better than I thought it would be. Smooth black tea with berry flavor. Bet this would be good with cream and sugar...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I've had several packages of this in the tea cupboard for who knows how long. Someone gifted me with 12 boxes of various flavored lipton pyramid tea bags. I'm not a fan of lipton so it has sat...” Read full tasting note
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    shortsorceress 2017 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown! The last six teabags in this box have been sitting around my cupboard (and my house) for a while now. So I decided to make a nice pitcher of this, iced. Gotta beat the heat AND clear out...” Read full tasting note
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    teaqueen 368 tasting notes

From Lipton

Sweet and indulgent, Lipton Bavarian Wild Berry Tea tantalizes the senses with its vibrant flavor and robust aroma. This bright berry taste is great at any time of day.

Ingredients:
Black tea, dried apple pieces, rose hip peel, chicory root, cinnamon bark, licorice root, modified corn starch, natural flavor, dried blackberry pieces, dried black currant pieces, ginger root, orange peel, dried blueberry pieces, dried raspberry pieces.

Flavonoids:
80mg of Flavonoids per serving

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35 Tasting Notes

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364 tasting notes

Monday Jan. 10, 2011
1st Steep of the Day.
Went with the Lipton Wild Berry.
Great as expected, Bold Black Tea Presence,
Lipton Knows how to Mix the Flavors and Spices.
Warm Fruity Mix, very wet savory sense on 1st draw.
Keep on Steepin

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Surprisingly good berry flavor. This was a gift from a co-worker. This is much better than I thought it would be. Smooth black tea with berry flavor. Bet this would be good with cream and sugar too. Yum.

gmathis

I’ve liked all the Lipton pyramid bags I’ve tried to date.

Meghann M

I’ll have to give some others a try this was impressive.

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2017 tasting notes

I’ve had several packages of this in the tea cupboard for who knows how long. Someone gifted me with 12 boxes of various flavored lipton pyramid tea bags. I’m not a fan of lipton so it has sat around, however in an effort to clear out any old tea I have I took two boxes of it on my road trip to Oklahoma.

If I hadn’t read the box I wouldn’t have believe that this was a black tea. It tastes more like a fruit herbal to me and pretty weak on the fruit side at that. I’ve had this before and I find that I like it better iced than hot (which works out perfectly today considering that it is going to be 98ish). I don’t think this tea is anything special and there are much better teas that can be purchased at the grocery store.

Preparation
Iced
K S

I do agree you can do better. Lipton teas don’t age well because of the paper envelopes. If you have had it any length of time that will definitely affect the taste.

Fiddling

I think a lot of Lipton pyramid bags are better iced than hot. I’ve been turning mine into pitchers of iced tea to try and get rid of them because I just can’t make myself throw tea away.

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Sipdown! The last six teabags in this box have been sitting around my cupboard (and my house) for a while now. So I decided to make a nice pitcher of this, iced. Gotta beat the heat AND clear out the tea clutter in my life!

I didn’t love this one hot, but iced, it’s simply divine! Berries taste best cold, to me. I’m getting a very mellow black base and mostly strawberry and raspberry, and possibly even some cranberry and honey notes. I have this theory that Lipton, as an American commercial tea brand, knows that most of their consumers drink their teas iced, and so they craft them to taste good iced.

That said, I won’t be restocking it. I like Lipton’s Vanilla Caramel tea better.

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not bad for a lipton.. i’d been wanting to try this one, but was unable to locate it anywhere here in canada… so i got some sent to me in a swap and was thrilled.. i cold steeped it, but am going to try it hot.. it reminds me of davids berry good.. only its a black tea, which i prefer to a puh’erh … the berry good made my stomach hurt!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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34 tasting notes

It’s okay but not something I reach for much. A fruity flavor for sure but you can really sense/taste the “just hot water” underneath too if this makes sense. Also a bit lemony. I think most of the issues may be from the flavorings they use, perhaps they cheap out on it.

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This is a very safe fruity tea that my friends seem to enjoy. I don’t prefer it all that much, though.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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I’ve been drinking a lot of “berry” teas lately…I think subconsciously I’m getting myself ready for the fruity tastes and smells of late spring and summer. :) Most of the berry teas I’ve ever had have been herbal teas, without an actual “tea” basis, just brewed herbs and leaves with fruit flavoring. However, if you’re more into actual tea leaves, and a stronger taste, I’ve found the right berry tea for you: Lipton’s Bavarian Wild Berry Black Tea.

This is a flavored black tea made with pieces of real berries, packaged nicely in Lipton’s awesome little pyramid bags. (I love the pyramid bags – you can actually see the fruit pieces basically open up after steeping, and the smell and taste are much stronger.) Here’s the tea’s official ingredient list: Black tea, dried apple pieces, rose hip peel, chicory root, cinnamon bark, licorice root, modified corn starch, natural flavor, dried blackberry pieces, dried black currant pieces, ginger root, orange peel, dried blueberry pieces, dried raspberry pieces. That’s a lot of fruit pieces, people. The fruit never overwhelms the black tea though – the strong black tea is just as easy to taste as all of the wonderful fruit.

I haven’t tried the tea iced yet, but I’m guessing that like most teas, it tastes even better hot. I let my bag steep for 3-4 minutes in boiling water. Each bag has 80 mg of Flavonoids per serving (that’s a good thing), and 20 mg of caffeine per serving.

Final say: The tea smells fantastic, and tastes just as good – this one’s a must-try.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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Bought this on a trip to my local supermarket. They were on sale 2 for $7. I bought this flavor & something else. I’ve already forgotten the other flavor!

I liked it. I liked the smell & there is a good berry flavor. Definitely one I would buy again. I keep a box at work to grab when I am in the mood. I like the smell in my desk drawer from it. It actually overpowers my other teas, but not in a bad way.

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As grocery store teas go, it’s one of my favourites.

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