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Astringent, Raspberry, Fruity, Mango, Strawberry, Bitter, Pineapple, Black Currant, Orange Zest, Berry, Rose, Apple, Berries, Dried Fruit, Floral, Hibiscus, Rosehips
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 347 ml

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  • “Departing from my day of only drinking things I’ve already opened to try this. I’m so confused, though. There are two Youthberry entries for what looks like the same thing...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea smells absolutely incredible! Unfortunately, whenever I’ve made it it comes out fairly bland and weak. Maybe I’ll make some pot-pourri with it.” Read full tasting note
    Helen11 19 tasting notes
  • “i really enjoy this tea. its, for me, the poster child of a flavoured white tea. Its fuity and light but contains a natural sweetness that only amps the taste of the actual tea leaves. As every...” Read full tasting note
    teaThomas 9 tasting notes
  • “although I had a cold sample in the store, when hot tasted a little bit fragant, love that’s white tea based, sweetened with a dash of honey. It’s tasty & yummy having it cold,...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

Realize the legend of the Fountain of Youth with this ripe berry from the South American Acai Palm. In this tea blend, the acai berry is finely ground and carefully sifted into white tea tips and tropical fruit pieces to release a flood of vitamins and youthful energy in each enticing cup.

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46 Tasting Notes

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I’ve had youthberry mixed with other teas that teavana sells, but I’ve never had it on its own. Like with many of teavana’s fruity blends, it smells great in the package, but I’m not so sure I like it once it’s brewed. I thought the combination of rose and apple was interesting, but something in the blend and it’s hard to tell what ingredient exactly, left it with a tartness that bordered on bitter. It left me wanting to add sugar to this when I’m sure it already has a fair amount in it from the candied fruit. I do wonder if it would be better to cold steep this, perhaps the bitterness wouldn’t be as noticeable, but since it’s snowing today I’m not going to find out. The gorgeous 50° weather needs to come back, it got my hopes up.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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17 tasting notes

As I don’t like chai, a friend got me this knowing it is one of Teavana’s most popular non-chai offerings
Dry: smells like fruit, and I like fruit.

Steeped: flavour is more subtle than I would have hoped, but adding sugar enhances it and makes it quite a lovely fruit-y drink.

2nd steep: quite similar to the first steep, steep a little longer, add some sugar and you can’t tell if it’s the first or not

3rd steep: same as 2nd.

Looking forward to: trying it iced once the weather warms up.

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3 tasting notes

This was my first loose tea. I enjoyed the lightness, because previously I was not really much of a tea drinker. I don’t think I’ll get another batch unless it’s mixed with something else and probably not until Spring.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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11 tasting notes

I brewed Youthberry with Wild Orange Blossom and added a little agave sweetener and it is delicious. Will definitely be back for more soon.

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35 tasting notes

I tried a sample of this at the Teavana store today, and while I haven’t gotten to brew it myself yet, it was absolutely delightful as an iced tea in the store. I’ll update this when I do make it myself though.
I heard that in store they double the amount of tea and sweeteners, etc used to brew it, which is why most people are disappointed when they make it at home, so I’ll be testing that out.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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49 tasting notes

I am philosophically a plain tea kinda guy, but I cannot deny this one’s deliciousness. I bought it as a gift for someone, but wanted to try it myself first. It’s quite fruity and aromatic. Tasted it with their German beet sugar to make it even sweeter. Ultimately, I feel like I ought to just drink juice if I want these kinds of flavors, or to just eat fruit. The same attitude goes for novelty beers with different flavors. For a more affordable version of a similar tasting tea, try the Tazo brand Passion tea.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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20 tasting notes

I blend this with Adagio chamomile. It’s so relaxing and such a nice soothing combo. I feel like I may be coming down with a cold or something (tickle in the throat) and this combo, with a heavy squeeze of honey, seems to be doing the trick.

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Fun, flavorful tea. Works hot or cold.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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12 tasting notes

This, along with Wild Orange Blossom, was the very first blend/sample I tasted when I walked by the Teavana at my local mall. I really like the employees at this store; I didn’t find them to be too pushy or too aggressive like others here have noted.

I wanted something more fruity and this fit the bill. I made the mistake of making too much the first time and ended up oversteeping the second half. YUCK.

Can’t wait to try this iced.

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4 tasting notes

Youthberry is a bit tart and very fruity. I enjoy it when I am craving something berry. It smells a bit woody, but certainly doesn’t taste it at all. For samples, they brew it at Teavana quite frequently. It is a mild introductory tea for any tea beginners.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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