Acai Berry

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Octavia Tea

The sweet, fruity essence of Brazilian superfood, açai berry, blends perfectly with blueberries, currants, hibiscus and antioxidant-rich white tea. Harvested only a few days each year, white tea has a delicate, honey-like flavor and is one of the rarest, healthiest teas available.

  • 100% organic white tea
  • 100% organic rosehips
  • 100% organic, Fair Trade Certified hibiscus
  • 100% organic schizandra berries
  • 100% organic currants
  • Natural açai and blueberry flavor
  • Pure essential oil of orange and mango

This tea is USDA Certified Organic with Fair Trade Certified Hibiscus.

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145 tasting notes

Just a quick note cause I’m about to go to bed…
This tea, in my experience, works best with a long steep time— I did 5 minutes for the first steep and 6:30 for the second. Then it is deliciously fruity and berry-y. The white tea comes through in a big but not overpowering way, which is awesome because in most flavoured white teas that I’ve tried the tea flavour is totally overwhelmed by everything else going on. I drank it next to the windowsill reading A Walk in the Woods!

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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Balls, why did I write so many jot notes for this one? I’m lazy, and my shifts almost over and I want to catch up on tasting notes so I’m just going to paste them here directly…

- Dry, smells strongly of Acai berries and is just a little tart
- Very juicy and defined Acai berry taste
- Blueberry notes are also subtly present and possibly red currants
- Kinda “jammy”
- But they’re soft
- White base is very soft and has some honeysuckle type notes
- REALLY enjoy this one
- It actually strongly reminds me of DT’s Superberry blend
- Probably a psychological transfer from the comparison of the two but I taste pine…
- Even though it’s junipers which taste like pine
- This is the first tea I’d actually restock for myself!
- I can see why it’s one of their Best Sellers
- Can’t find the hibiscus in this one at all!

Amanda 'SoggyEnderman' Wilson

I like your notes in little bullet points, not sure why but they make me happy. Also yay to the lack of hibiscus and pine notes

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