Lady Hannah's Whole Fruit

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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  • “Stuck a homebrew jar of this out on the stoop to make sun tea. Took one taste while it's still hot and was pleased that the hibiscus-osity is low with a slow steep. Plenty of unsweet fruit punch...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1767 tasting notes
  • “This is an incredibly hefty, filling fruit tea, absolutely my favorite of the Tea Table tea of the month teas so far. It's delicious and utterly full of fruit, with the strongest tastes being...” Read full tasting note
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    Cait 216 tasting notes
  • “I've actually tried this tea several times (I got mine from the Tea Table, which must share a tea source with Metropolitan Tea Company) and not logged it, for which I apologize. This tea has too...” Read full tasting note
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    gillyflower 55 tasting notes
  • “This is one of my longtime favourites. Its not very fussy, steeping time and water temperature don't need to be scientifically calculated. It lives up to its name of whole fruit, you can eat most...” Read full tasting note
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    TeaTails 5 tasting notes

From Metropolitan Tea Company

Lady Hannah’s Whole Fruit Tea is a great choice for kids due to its mild flavor and great appearance. Caffeine-free fruit blend of apple, orange peel, strawberry, lemon peel, whole dried blackberries, whole dried raspberries, pineapple, hibiscus, and rosehips. Good hot or for iced tea.

Use 1 tsp. per cup and steep 5-10 minutes in freshly boiled water.

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1767 tasting notes

Stuck a homebrew jar of this out on the stoop to make sun tea. Took one taste while it’s still hot and was pleased that the hibiscus-osity is low with a slow steep. Plenty of unsweet fruit punch “punch” that I’m looking forward to when it chills.

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This is an incredibly hefty, filling fruit tea, absolutely my favorite of the Tea Table tea of the month teas so far. It’s delicious and utterly full of fruit, with the strongest tastes being strawberry and blackberry. No matter how I steep it, it never comes out less than chewy — I am at a loss to know why the company’s website describes this as a “mild flavor”! Although they’re quite correct about its lovely deep magenta color. I need to order more of this right away.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I wouldn’t drink this solo, but this sounds really good.:)

Laura B

I’m soooo glad I saw this… I was using Groupons for my favvvvorite tea shop in the whole world (where this is 1.90 an ounce and there are always over 600 teas available) and being super finicky about fruit stuff (particularly “natural flavors” which rarely even COME from fruits with Metropolitan Tea Co and also just how MUCH it takes to make it flavorful enough in nearly all cases, as I like it strong) it suffices to say I was 1-ouncing most everything; then again that also gives me the excuse to try and try and try lots of stuff! I corrected the manufacturer as the Tea Table redistributes Lady Hannah’s, along with 7,000 other shops around the world (but their bulk price for 32oz+ was still 40c more per ounce so I will only be visiting them to get ideas, especially since I personally KNOW—having spent HOURS in his shop, the owner of Angelina’s, Angelina being his AFRICKINDORABLE little girl who sells heart shaped pu’ehr for V-day and similar africkindorable things. If you’re wanting to order tons more, seriously, don’t mention the price elsewhere cause hey we do NOT want him getting too savvy since his shop—a mesmerizing place with SOOOO much tea ware… holy cow check the site for that too… mmmm makes me wish I was there… anyway, don’t tell him he’s dirt cheap, cause hey, he’s STILL making a 350+% profit at 1.90/oz :P He also makes tons of profit being the only Silk Road Teas full line purveyor, ie he is the only USA guy with the connections (he used to be a tea taster and judge out in Asia, part of the hugely important committee to deem what teas are basically yknow sacred and stuff… You might want to tell him Laura B and her sister Jennifer in NC sent you because hey, they did. Plus he may just toss in a sample or few when she redeems my b-day present which is another $25 in tea from there (odd enough, a couple teas could quite literally spend that whole gift cert with 2 ounces—THAT is the Silk Road tea world. Still, drunken concubine enters my dream world, REM style and daydream. I wish I’d never tasted that evil, beauuutiful masterpiece of the earth.

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I’ve actually tried this tea several times (I got mine from the Tea Table, which must share a tea source with Metropolitan Tea Company) and not logged it, for which I apologize.

This tea has too much hibiscus for me. It means the tea has a lovely pink color, but it also means a sourness that is quite hard to overcome. If you like tart herbal teas, this is great, but I don’t (and I have GERD, which means too-tart liquids are a bad idea for me in general, especially right before bed…and when am I drinking no-caffeine teas? Right before bed). The fruitiness is not obscured by the tartness; it’s definitely there all the way through, in leaf scent, brew scent, and brew taste. When I am constantly adding sugar all the way through drinking the cup, though, that’s just too tart for me.

It’s possible the 5-10 minute steep listed on the package is too long. I want to say this has been less sour with shorter steeps in the past. Last night’s steep of 7 min. was FAR too long, apparently.

But I don’t want to rate this tea down purely because of my own preferences. In ingredient quality, scent, fruitiness, etc. this tea does really well. So I’m giving it a decent score even though I don’t seem to be able to enjoy it. Try it for yourself. It’s way better than CS’s Zinger teas if you like hibiscus.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 7 min, 0 sec
LiberTEAS

Metropolitan Tea is a wholesaler, so Tea Table probably resells Metro’s teas.

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This is one of my longtime favourites. Its not very fussy, steeping time and water temperature don’t need to be scientifically calculated. It lives up to its name of whole fruit, you can eat most of the tea dry (some of it would be much too crunchy haha). I have made quite a few people fans of this tart, juicy, bright red berry tisane. Makes great iced tea but tonight I am enjoying it hot. I usually have this on hand and its a good go-to when I want something familiar.
I would recommend this tea to anyone who likes fruity/berry and not too sweet tisanes.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C

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809 tasting notes

I do not drink this tea often, however I find it enjoyable. The hibiscus can make it taste quite bitter so you have to watch how long you steep it. I also add sweetener to it. It makes a great tea latte as well.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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