Wild Raspberry

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “Made a big pitcher of iced tea using one bag of this and three bags of Lipton black tea. It was nice and refreshing. Lightly raspberry and it didn't overpower the rest of the tea. If anything, I...” Read full tasting note
    MegWesley 526 tasting notes
  • “This was another random loose teabag that I fished out of my cupboard - I wanted something quick and non-caffinated so it got popped it in my mug. From what I can tell it has two distinct...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1573 tasting notes
  • “The first thing I notice about this tea is the lemongrass. It was basically all I could see in the bag, and it's the strongest smell when the tea is brewed. But there is some very pleasant...” Read full tasting note
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    tabby 467 tasting notes
  • “I don't know how they get the rates so low. Isn't it amazing?! I lOVE its cleanness,crystal- clear aspect ,and the unique sourness is no doubt a pleasant and an exciting cooling /refreshness for...” Read full tasting note
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    Rheya 67 tasting notes

From Stash Tea Company

An enchanting blend, lightly sweet and fragrant with the flavor of fresh picked Northwest raspberries. Naturally caffeine free.

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13 Tasting Notes

526 tasting notes

Made a big pitcher of iced tea using one bag of this and three bags of Lipton black tea. It was nice and refreshing. Lightly raspberry and it didn’t overpower the rest of the tea. If anything, I might want to add the bag earlier during the brewing process so the raspberry will pop out more.

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1573 tasting notes

This was another random loose teabag that I fished out of my cupboard – I wanted something quick and non-caffinated so it got popped it in my mug.

From what I can tell it has two distinct flavours: First there’s the tart flavour of the dreaded Hibiscus Monster. Then it’s followed up by the sweet taste of licorice root. It’s interesting how the two flavours hardly mesh at all. It’s like tart….beatbeat…sweet. It seems like a failed attempt at making a realistic ‘ripe berry’ flavour.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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467 tasting notes

The first thing I notice about this tea is the lemongrass. It was basically all I could see in the bag, and it’s the strongest smell when the tea is brewed. But there is some very pleasant raspberry flavor there, too. It’s a little tangy, and only slightly herbal tasting. Something sort of reminds me of soap in it, however, so I’m a little turned off toward it. I probably wouldn’t try this again.

Also, it’s decaf. That’s like the kiss of death in my collection.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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67 tasting notes

I don’t know how they get the rates so low. Isn’t it amazing?! I lOVE its cleanness,crystal- clear aspect ,and the unique sourness is no doubt a pleasant and an exciting cooling /refreshness for me……A little bit strong in its own way,but I love it!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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25 tasting notes

The first cup of the morning. I found a loose package of this tea lurking about my cupboard, so I decided to give it a try! First sipping this tea, I experienced a pleasant fruity tartness — definitely not bitter. A few moments after I was hit with this incredible sweetness at the back of my tongue, it seemed almost artificial (I suspect it’s from the licorice root powder). I really enjoy this tea with the exception of that over-powering sweetness at the end.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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43 tasting notes

I also avoided this one for a wile because I mistakenly thought it would be sour.

250 Ninja

Me too…but turns out I really like it; especially the smell.

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22 tasting notes

Two things get me about this bagged tea. The color and the taste.

It doesn’t have a strong aroma, but it’s fascinating to watch it steep. I pour the hot water over the bag quickly, then watch as the deep ruby red color pours out of the corners of the bag into the clear water, filling the bottom of the cup like a crime scene. When it stops, a quick swish of the bag disperses the infusion evenly before removing the bag. That first steep is such a pretty shade of dark rose.

The taste is good. Not too heavy on the hibiscus, you can definitely taste the raspberry and it does taste “real”. There’s a little bit of a grassy after-note, but this is a decent cuppa raspberry tea.

I highly recommend a brand of cookie called “Cougar Mountain”, made here in the Pacific NW USA. The specific cookie that marries perfectly with this tea is their soft and chewy Lemon Snickerdoodles. The light lemon cookie balances the strong raspberry beautifully. Nom Nom.

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2412 tasting notes

Fruity upfront with a sour pucker on the finish. Interesting. Would probably take sugar nicely, and also do well iced.

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78 tasting notes

Better than I thought it would be. Very nice smell. I think it would be great on ice w/ Stevia.

Preparation
6 min, 0 sec

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49 tasting notes

I like hot fruity tisanes – but I don’t remember a strong raspberry flavor which you would expect from the name. I will have to try a second cup.

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