Pomegranate Raspberry Green

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another backlog! Thank you *Amanda* for letting me try this! This one was rather unremarkable. Not bad, but definitely not excellent, either. I don't hate it as much as other people do. I...” Read full tasting note
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    ianerickson 119 tasting notes
  • “Not much to say... All I can taste is chamomile and hibiscus. And little bits of chamomile is all I see in my tea bag :\ Maybe I'll just use it as an iced tea. It's just.. meh.. ” Read full tasting note
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    kalmal 787 tasting notes
  • “This is the season in America where we reflect on being thankful for the good things of the past year and hopeful for the future of things that are not so good. This morning I realized how long it...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1317 tasting notes
  • “Perhaps it was because this was the only decent tea option I had, but this one was quite tasty! Tart and green blended together nicely, though I couldn't pick out any pomegranate. Definitely some...” Read full tasting note
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From Stash Tea Company

Blends thirst-quenching pomegranate with the zing of natural raspberry flavor and green tea. With Matcha.

100% natural ingredients:
Green tea, chamomile, hibiscus flowers, orange peel, citric acid, pomegranate flavor, raspberry flavor, and Japanese matcha.

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119 tasting notes

Another backlog! Thank you Amanda for letting me try this!

This one was rather unremarkable. Not bad, but definitely not excellent, either. I don’t hate it as much as other people do. I mean, it’s definitely not disgusting but it isn’t that horrible. If I was offered this, I wouldn’t refuse. It was tart and I got a definite fruity flavor, although I couldn’t really pick out any definite pomegranate, raspberry, OR green tea notes.

Thanks again Amanda!

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

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787 tasting notes

Not much to say… All I can taste is chamomile and hibiscus. And little bits of chamomile is all I see in my tea bag :\ Maybe I’ll just use it as an iced tea. It’s just.. meh..

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1317 tasting notes

This is the season in America where we reflect on being thankful for the good things of the past year and hopeful for the future of things that are not so good. This morning I realized how long it had been since I drank a tea that was meh. This last summer the world of tea has really opened up to me and I have been, yes, I will say it, blessed to drink some very good tea.

I intentionally grabbed this today to remind me of where I came from, so to speak. My son gave this one to me. I thought I had written a review of it before but couldn’t locate any notes. It is green tea, chamomile, the dreaded hibiscus flowers, orange peel, citric acid, pomegranate flavor, raspberry flavor, and Japanese matcha. So, what the tea is named after is just flavoring? Hmmm. 3m steep. The bag plumps up nicely. That is a plus for a Stash tea – the home of notoriously overpriced and undersized bags.

I don’t do many fruit teas. They scare me. The fruit is almost always way overdone and artificial tasting. Especially raspberry. I can barely taste the tea in this but it isn’t as bad as expected. Reminds me of a hot shaved ice – wrap your mind around that one. The pomegranate tames the raspberry so it isn’t overwhelming. Still, this is oversweet Kool-Aid in a mug. Reminds me of the Republic of Tea pomegranate I had some time back. Something in this is leaving a bitter aftertaste. I didn’t pour the cup out but I don’t want any more of it. Meh. Here is to wonderful future cups!

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1309 tasting notes

Perhaps it was because this was the only decent tea option I had, but this one was quite tasty! Tart and green blended together nicely, though I couldn’t pick out any pomegranate. Definitely some raspberry.
This is the first green fruity tea that I’ve ever actually liked as well, so perhaps that is biasing my rating. That, and the reverse osmosis water did strange things to my regular red rose tea so who knows what it did with this!

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I like this. I wouldn’t call it thirst-quenching, as it definitely has the bit of pucker power that pomegranate Anything does. I certainly can’t taste any chamomile or green tea at all. It’s quite fruity and juicy, and actually makes a very good iced tea. I’m having it hot tonight, though. It doesn’t need any sweetener as it hits the edge between sweet and tart. Not bad to unwind with, and another bagged tea out of the drawer. I can taste the hibiscus that gave it that immediate rosy ruby color, and the raspberry balances the pom quite evenly.
EDITED: I take that back. I’m on a second steep which still tastes good, if not as dark rose colored as the first. I can faintly taste the green tea as a high note when I sip against my upper palate. Not bad. Just a side note.

Cofftea

Have you tried it iced? I think it’d be very thirst quenching iced:) Hot liquids of any kind aren’t very thirst quenching for me.

Meg

I do like it iced a lot. I have a gallon pitcher, and I usually use 1 or 2 of these with 2-3 bags normal black tea so it’s not overpowering. I just don’t normally drink iced tea unless it’s hot out. :)

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Chamomile? I was not expecting chamomile from the name of this one. Hibiscus wasn’t expected, either, but not totally unexpected, since raspberry is tart, so they could have thrown it in there for tartness… but chamomile? I really don’t like chamomile.

I’m not getting any green tea flavor (even though it says that there’s green tea and matcha in there).

The front is chamomile, and the back… It’s fruity – pomegrante, hibiscus, and raspberry. Maybe a tiny bit of green tea at the VERY back end as it cools.

Drinkable, as long as I don’t breathe in the front. I don’t like chamomile.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I don’t know how matcha is supposed to work in a bag.

Angrboda

Bah. Probably just a fancy-pants way of saying ‘dust and fannings’ and they think they can get away with it because it’s a green.

Nick Ransom

The chamomile wrecked it for me as well, I can’t stand the stuff

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374 tasting notes

I find this tea to have a bit of a tart taste to it. So I prefer it in the afternoon when I feel I’m starting to slip away at work. I like to add one sugar cube to sweeten it just a little.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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When I saw this in the store, I got so excited! As I brewed it, the cup smelled wonderful! …And then I tasted it, and I got disappointed.

May be my personal dislike of chamomile and hibiscus throwing off the taste, because all of the other ingredients strike me as agreeable. It was too tart and bitter, even when weakly steeped and with stevia sweetener. Stash normally doesn’t let me down, but this just left me thirsty for something (anything) else.

Jillian

Cheers, I thought the same thing when I tried it. Stash needs to lay off the hibiscus in a lot of its flavoured teas. :(

tease

Seriously. I think too many are adding hibiscus just to be more “fancy,” when it really adds nothing…

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67 tasting notes

Tart and green,not much to say but it tastes nice when cooled with honey.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This damn tea. Let me tell you about this tea. It’s… it’s… ….. :-\ I can’t do this. This is potpourri in sacks. I came into this with optimism and high hopes, but ended up with a fairly large let-down. Okay, so the tea itself may be great, but who would ever know through that tart, sweet, bitterly-rich flavor? It’s so sweet that they should use this tea to sweeten teas- paradoxtastic! I still have a TON of these satchels left, so I may experiment with them, but it’s not looking good. v_v

Michele

Haha. I love your honesty in talking about tea.

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