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Berry, Blackberry, Mint, Raspberry, Sweet
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165 °F / 73 °C 5 min, 0 sec 21 oz / 621 ml

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A refreshing blast of cool mint mixed with lush berry sweetness. Real raspberries and blackberries are blended with peppermint leaves, hibiscus, chamomile, sunflower blossoms and apple pieces for a magnificent aroma and infusion!

Razmintazz herbal tea makes an amazing iced tea!

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1470 tasting notes

Love, love, love this one. I’ve had it cold steeping for a few days and I had forgotten how good is it cold. It’s minty and fruity and utterly delicious. It’s still that blue raspberry slushie flavour without all of the sugar and badness.


oooh blue raspberry slushie o_o I’m intrigued ;)


It is delicious, I’d be happy to send some your way!


How have we never had a swap before?! That is craziness – we should rectify the situation soon I think :D Pop me a PM when you have time for a little swap perhaps?



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514 tasting notes

Yum! Thanks aisling of tea for sending this tea my way!
Tealish is in my top 5 tea shops, even though I’ve never graced it’s doorstep. One day though!
That’s why I appreciate getting to try before I buy!

I made this one iced (I can’t bring myself to try it hot, it’s just so iced tea sounding!) to be my workout drink while I try to burn my matcha energy by playing Just Dance 2!

It’s so refreshing! The mint is perfect – just enough to tingle the tongue, and the fruit is sweet and ohhh the smell is insanely yummy! There’s one thing I don’t like in this blend, and it’s the chamomile! It’s giving me a little tug at the wrong tastebud.. er that doesn’t make sense at all. But I bet when it’s brewed hot it’s a great aspect! I love chamomile, I just don’t dig it in this blend at the moment! It’s such a small aspect though, I really do like this tea a lot!

No worries, I will try it hot soon as well! It’s still delicious and I will probably buy some next time I order. What a great iced tea!

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658 tasting notes

Today was supposed to be strictly productive, but instead a friend coaxed me outside with promises of enjoying the weather on the patio at Red Tea Box. Unfortunately we were too late for their lunch. Fair enough, but so disappointing! Instead, we hit up Fresh and Tealish and took it to the park for a picnic, and then followed it up with Dufflet. This was a fair substitute. Man, I can’t believe how amazing the weather is in mid-March!

So, I got this iced to-go from Tealish, having heard good things from De and aisling. The girl preparing it also said it was her favourite iced tea. I can see why! It was really flavourful and incredibly refreshing. The mint was just enough to be cooling, and not enough to be overbearing. I was surprised by how nice a raspberry flavour this yielded. I can’t say I really noticed the chamomile, which is probably for the best.

Tina S.

Darnit, now I want to try it.


I bring you some. You try. You like. I know things.

Tina S.

Yay tea samples!

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442 tasting notes

This was a nice cup tonight before bed. Hints of mint mixed with natural raspberry notes! It was nice and mellow and relaxing, which after a weekend of work and tea party sleepover, was exactly what I was looking for in a mug. As I drank I debated if I was going to try this one iced but ultimately I decided that it might get a little scary if I cold steeped it. The mint is nice and an undernote when brewed hot, but I suspect a cold steep would bring it out in focus, contrasting against the fruit. Still though, a lovely tea overall!

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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35 tasting notes

I love fruity herbal teas and this one offers a good variety of taste. The raspberries and blackberries add delicious subtly and it is definitely not too minty.
I got this on a tea shopping trip to Toronto in September. It was nice to visit Tealish and talk to the staff.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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513 tasting notes

I gave this a longer hot steep today. Somehow I managed to coax out more of the raspberry and less of the mint. This is always a nice cup, but it was particularly nice to get a cup that was more raspberry heavy as opposed to strong on the mint side of things.

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570 tasting notes

Had some of this iced after working outside. I do not like iced tea, generally. Dunno why. But this is really good, very sweet and refreshing. The mint gives it an extra cool tingle on the tongue. Don’t care for this hot, but it’s yummy cold.


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894 tasting notes

Oh this may supplant Teavana’s Berry Mint Cassis as my berry-mint true love. (Which is just as well – I have a fair bit of that one left, but it’s been long discontinued.) Less hibiscus tart, more distinct berry flavour, a lovely, sweet mint that’s not overpowering. Omnomnomnom so delicious.

Flavors: Berry, Blackberry, Mint, Raspberry, Sweet

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 21 OZ / 621 ML

Cold brewed in the summer, this is just the best thing ever.


I can imagine that. It was great hot but the whole time I was thinking how amazingly refreshing it would be cold.


And I don’t think this one will be going away any time soon, I first had it about three years ago and it’s still on the shelf, thank goodness. I don’t know what I’d do without it!

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16 tasting notes

One of the most delicious and refreshing teas I’ve had in a long, long time. If I were to go into detail about why it’s so good, I’d be writing all day.

If you stop by Tealish or consider ordering some of their teas, get this one. You won’t regret it.

Iced 5 min, 15 sec

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