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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “Hmm, this is tasty!! I'm not sure why the other reviews talk about hibiscus... I can barely taste it. Maybe it's been reblended since? I'm getting some deep berry notes, but I can't quite...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*TTB Tea #17:* Made this for dessert. I normally don't drink herbal/fruit teas... especially bagged, but since I wasn't gonna be stuck w/ a whole bag it was worth a shot. I've never had anything...” Read full tasting note
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    Cofftea 865 tasting notes
  • “What is up with these Stash fruit/herbal blends? I received an herbal tea sampler and this is the second one I've tried that is weiiird (the first was the Wild Raspberry Hibiscus). Specifically,...” Read full tasting note
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    verticaltrout 87 tasting notes
  • “Just love it ! Some time ago I didn't have a tiny thought of liking fruit tea.After trying teas from twinnings ,whittard and some imported Deutsch brands,though I admit that some are really...” Read full tasting note
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Fruity blend combines tart hibiscus with natural acai berry, blackberry, and blackcurrant flavors.

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Hmm, this is tasty!! I’m not sure why the other reviews talk about hibiscus… I can barely taste it. Maybe it’s been reblended since?
I’m getting some deep berry notes, but I can’t quite separate them out into the different types. There’s also a vague sour note, probably the hibby, and a mallowy kind of sweetness that reminds me of mallow blossoms. I’ve been saying this alot lately but… YUM!! and that from me, about a “juice” tea :P
One day, if I ever actually purchase another sampler pack… I’ll try it iced.
This was my reward for getting vaccuum trigger happy. and well earned to! the place is pretty much dust-free now. Well my bedroom is anyhow. Now I’m just waiting for the sheets to be done in the wash so I can go to bed.
Doc said I can go to work tomorrow. In fact, he said I could have been there today and yesterday to. As long as I don’t share a smooch, pillow, or drink with anyone… they really aren’t at risk of catching what I have- Which I’m pretty thankful for because there is a lady at work with a serious medical condition, and she can’t get sick. I think the good doc actually got tired of reassuring me that she’d be fine because he ushered me outta the office :)
Going into work tomorrow should be interesting though, I have so very much to catch up on and we are getting ready for our Multicultural potluck on Friday. One of the few highlights of working in a corporate office… their efforts to make everyone feel welcome through food!! I hope there is some comfort food. After the week I’ve had, I need it.

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TTB Tea #17:

Made this for dessert. I normally don’t drink herbal/fruit teas… especially bagged, but since I wasn’t gonna be stuck w/ a whole bag it was worth a shot. I’ve never had anything acai flavored before.

There are a lot of ingredients in this… which personally ticks me off. If it’s mixed berry, then call it that. And their soy in it… Huh?

Anyway the raw “leaf” smells like a fruity, licoricey cough medicine…

1 bag (2.29g)/6oz almost boiling water.

The liquor is VERY dark red. Almost black. The flavor is a mix of hot fruit juice, licorice, and medicine… blech.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
TeaEqualsBliss

Yeah…I’m not a fan of this either

Cofftea

I was expecting “hot juice” at the worst… that would have been an improvement!

-Jessica-

Ick, cough medicine tasting teas are the worst! Sorry to hear…

Suzi

Sounds quite unpleasant. :( Cough medicine, ugh!

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What is up with these Stash fruit/herbal blends? I received an herbal tea sampler and this is the second one I’ve tried that is weiiird (the first was the Wild Raspberry Hibiscus).

Specifically, I get this weird slippery mouthfeel/taste when I swallow them. If I keep the tea towards the front of my mouth, I don’t get a bad sensation. Odd—maybe it has something to do with the location/kind of taste buds in the back of my mouth?? I wanna say it’s the licorice powder, but I’ve never had such a bad reaction to licorice before. Maybe something about the formulation? Both Stash teas I have had problems with with contain: hibiscus flowers, orange peel, lemongrass, rosehips, licorice powder, and soy. I’ve had experience with all of these ingredients before (although not soy in tea), actually.

If it weren’t for that, this tea would be…okay, I guess. Can’t really imagine it without that weird mouthfeel.

Angrboda

That would almost certainly be the licorice powder. Licorice root does that.

Anthony

I’ve had other licorice teas before, however, and it hasn’t affected me in the same way, so I’m not sure if that says something about Stash’s formulation or what.

Angrboda

Concentration of it, perhaps? Or perhaps in combination with the soy? I have to admit that inclusion puzzles me, though. I don’t think I’ve seen that before.

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Just love it ! Some time ago I didn’t have a tiny thought of liking fruit tea.After trying teas from twinnings ,whittard and some imported Deutsch brands,though I admit that some are really good,sth just don’t strike me.Then I got a Sampler Box of Stash,the ones with hibiscus all taste so natural,fresh,and juicy,even the sour-and -a little-bitter aspects blend in so fine and mild.The smell is pleasant,and tea itself is perfect even with out honey/sugar(I like the way they use licorice ,not too much,but making the aftertaste more rounded) .The tea reminds me of my favorite berries. Living in a city where most kinds of berries are rare and expensive,it’s quite a pleasure to enjoy the tea once in a while to cheer me up with fair price.
Thanks to Stash, I ’ve been trying tea with fruits more ,and I think the switch long shut down has been turned on ,and I find myself enjoying these teas,more open to something alike (which I used to dislike in the past)from different brands,truly boarding my understanding of tea .

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

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I got this from a co-worker, I saw it on her desk and was interested, she was nice enough to give one to me.
It’s very fruity smelling, very sweet. Once steeped, it smells like hot fruit juice. It’s a beautiful dark red color, like the color of the package. And despite the smell, it doesn’t taste sweet at all. There was perhaps a faint hibiscus note, a slight tang hiding among the berries. I tried it with a little sugar and that really did make it taste like hot juice. It’s alright, not great, not something I would get again. I was a little disappointed, I hear so much about acai berry, but have never really tasted it, and if this is what miraculously healthy tastes like, hmm, no thanks.

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8 tasting notes

Way sweeter than I expected. And a strong flavor. Good, when watered down.

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I am not a huge fan of the bagged teas, even though that is what I have been drinking since I was a little girl. I find this tea is quite tasty! I like to just leave the bag in it as I sip.. I really enjoy the bitterness (hibiscus maybe?) towards the end of the cup. I wouldn’t, however, label this tea acai.. I do not taste acai at all.. perhaps raspberry? Anyways, one of the better Stash teas.. far better then the blueberry super fruit!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 8 min or more

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