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Advent Fruit

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Edit tea info Last updated by lucille
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  • “Got this tea to add to a black tea to give it a different flavor. Found it to be a bit spicy. My son throught it tasted like medicine. I don't think we will add this to our favorite list.” Read full tasting note
    elizabethchavous 41 tasting notes
  • “I had this in my TeaGschwendner's advent calender. It should be noted that I don't usually drink fruit teas, except for proper Turkish apple tea (it's amazing!). I'm also really suspicious of teas...” Read full tasting note
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    lucille 4 tasting notes

From TeaGschwendner

German holiday tradition is reflected in this complex and captivating blend of fruit and spice. Lively and lovely.

Ingredients: hibiscus blossoms, rose hips, wineberries, apple pieces, elderberries, almonds bits, cloves, cinnamon bits, candied pineapple pieces, citrus peel, blueberries, candied mango and papaya pieces, black currants, and natural flavor.

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41 tasting notes

Got this tea to add to a black tea to give it a different flavor. Found it to be a bit spicy. My son throught it tasted like medicine. I don’t think we will add this to our favorite list.

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I had this in my TeaGschwendner’s advent calender. It should be noted that I don’t usually drink fruit teas, except for proper Turkish apple tea (it’s amazing!). I’m also really suspicious of teas that contain “aromas” instead of actual ingredients — and quite surprised that TeaGschwendner does that, but then, their trend teas never lured me.

So. I found this cup rather awful. I didn’t quite believe the neon pink colour to start with, and then the taste was rather weak and undefinable (yeah, I guess you could call it “complex”), but it still managed to leave a horrendous aftertaste. I probably should have used a little less water, though. If only to run out of the tea earlier…

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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