Jungle Pleasure

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All of the taste and flavor of the tropics, combined into one fruit-packed herbal tea! Comprising of a cheery, colourful blend containing real fruit pieces and delicate leaves, Jungle Pleasure is an exclusive Tealux blend that is naturally caffeine free.

This juicy and flavorful herbal tea really packs a punch, with its succulent combination of pineapple cubes, acerola cherries, cranberry slices, rich and mellow dates and sour cherry chunks. The deep, underlying fruity sensations of the blend are balanced perfectly by light, delicate mid-notes of heather blossoms, silver linden tree blossoms, and elderberries and hibiscus. Top notes of wild strawberry leaves, blackberry and raspberry leaves provide the perfect balance between mouth-watering fruitiness and a clean, fresh palate.

The perfect drink for bringing a little sunshine into your day at any time!

Ingredients: date pieces (dates, rice flour), pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), hibiscus blossoms, silver linden tree blossoms, heather blossoms, elderberries, freeze-dried sour cherry pieces, flavoring, wild strawberry leaves, blackberry and raspberry leaves, freeze-dried whole acerola cherries, cranberry slices.

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2242 tasting notes

With the first sip, I thought this one tasted as odd as the name. But it turns into delicious. I wanted to try this one because it has dates in it. I LOVE the 52Teas Date Walnut Muffin tea. This is very tropical…pineapple! I just wish they hadn’t put in all these fruit leaves… the idea is just weird. There is hibiscus here, but I think my steep only got one leaf in it, so it doesn’t taste like hibiscus. I think this one would be a nice answer to sugar cravings. The fruit is mixed with just enough sugar. I think I should have put more tea in my infuser to make it even better, but I’ll have to wait for one of the infuser baskets for that.

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1723 tasting notes

Finally got around to trying this one today. It’s a slightly odd blend, I think. Dry, it looks very…beige. The bag is basically cubes of various things in shades of brown and yellow – date and pineapple primarily, I think, although there’s also some cherry pieces (still brown) and elderberries (brown, surprisingly). Everything’s covered in – guess what colour? – brown dust, which settled at the bottom of my cup. I’m convinced it’s powdered ginger, but it’s not listed in the ingredients…

To taste, this is sweeter than I was expecting. It’s mostly pineapple, but dried pineapple (you know, with a ton of extra sugar that makes it all candy-like…) rather than fresh. There’s an undertone of tartness (thanks, hibi), and a whole lot of ginger. I can’t taste much of the other ingredients really at all, because those three dominate pretty much totally. I was hoping the date and cherry would be more prominent, but sadly that’s not the case.

It’s an odd combination of things, but it doesn’t taste bad. It’s not my favourite tropical blend, or even my favourite fruit blend, but it’s drinkable. It wouldn’t be a repurchase for me, though, even if I could get hold of more. Which I can’t. Can you tell I’m feeling a bit meh about this one?

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1661 tasting notes

Do not like!
It isn’t bad. But something in there just puts me off. Something sweet and medicinal smelling, and a bit bitter – in contrast with the sweetness of the fruit I think the contrast is what throws me off.
Ah well. I gave the rest of my cup to Dad. Hopefully someone else will want the rest…

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