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Acai Matetini Mate Tea

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Herbal Yerba maté Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Decided to have this iced with lunch. I didn't think I would like it too much but I absolutely love it. I definitely would not drink it hot because of the tartness, but there's so much going on...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So today I decided to finish this tea off. I was actually a little disappointed because it was the first time I was actually doing it exactly according to the brewing instructions. I added less...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: Visually, a pretty tisane, but just from the looks of it, there's a whole lot going on here. It looks more like a fruit/herbal tisane than it does a yerba mate tisane. I can see some...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I think this is one of the most jam-packed teas with the most ingredients I have ever tried! Ingredients: Apple pieces, candied pineapple (pineapple, sugar), hibiscus flowers, rosehip peels,...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

The newest craze in cocktails inspired this fusion of real fruit, herbs and flowers with mate tea. Our mock martini is a classy notch up, first blending ‘superfruits’ acai, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry. Added to that are crisp granny smith apples & sweet pineapple, brightened with the zesty citrus notes of orange, lemongrass and hibiscus. Cheers! SUPERFRUIT ENHANCED

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I had this one quite a while ago, and I really enjoyed it. With all the ingredients it is still quite a tasty cup, although I agree with some of the other reviews that the mate flavours were a little lost. Very fruity and not too tart (I added honey) its a great fruity mate for winter mornings, or even an iced tea in the warmer months. I’d really like to give this one a go again now that it’s iced tea season, so hopefully I’ll have a more substantial review soon.

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Aimee Popovacki

I would like to try this one… I have seen it online and thought it looked pretty interesting.. teavana’s summer collection looks nice for icing.

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Got this just yesterday….and I had promised myself over the summer to try and avoid Teavana until at least! September/October, if not till their Heavenly Sale. Heh. Who am I kidding?! lol.
I am having a cip of this before work, (Short shift.) and it’s….interesting. Its got the typical Teavana flavor blast, and the hibiscus adds a nice tartness along with the raspberry. I don’t really taste the blueberries, and have no idea what Acai tastes like. I find it amusing when Teavana puts one of the fruits in the tea in the name, and then the taste isn’t prominent with that fruit.

I had it hot, which I liked, but it didn’t taste overly tart to me…just enough to give it bit of a kick. Hmm. Funny…my tummy reacts to mild-to-hot spices, coffee, straight yerba mate taste (Like with nothing covering the taste.) but yet, hibiscus in most of the teas that I have had it doesn’t bother me, in fact I kind of prefer it. Huh.

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

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Crisp, tart, sweet taste. Hot or iced, I really like this one. Even though the ingredient list is lengthy the flavor isn’t at all muddy. Clean and refreshing, it reminds me of a hibiscus and rosehip herbal tisane I had years ago. But this one is even nicer as it’s balanced with a veritable fruit salad of berries, citrus, apples, and pineapple along with a hint of minty cool finish. Think minty garnish on a fruit salad not full-on flavor like a Mojito. While it’s a listed as a mate, I don’t really taste any mate and I’m hard pressed to find even pieces of mate in with the beautiful, large chunks of fruit. They are there, though. I think I felt a little pick-me-up from the mate, but it could have just been the tart flavor giving me that little burst of energy. I actually found a second steeping was not bad. It is different — not as tart and bright, but still pleasantly fruity. I blended it with a couple of oolongs so far and it held up nicely. Yummy!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I had this tea awhile back and savored every drop. I think this would be my first large purchase after I go through everything I have.

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This is another one of those “fruit punch” kind of teas, and I’m used to things like this tasting like glorified hot fruit water. The mate really makes a difference, though — it doesn’t detract from the taste of the fruit, just makes the liquor seem more flavorful and, oddly enough, thicker. The mint also helps the taste to be more interesting, although I would have liked there to be even more as it’s very subtle.

Definitely recommended for people who want a fruit tea that’s all fruit and no tea without feeling like they’re being skimped on taste.

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I ordered this one before Christmas and am just getting around to trying it today. The tea smells really strong in the bag, and it is a lot of fun to look at. I picked around trying to get a little bit of every ingredient (and there are a ton! so there was a lot of rummaging).
I steeped it about 6 to 7 minutes and then pulled the tea bag out. I let it cool for a bit and took a sip. I am not sure how I feel about it. I thought it was a little tart and could not pick out any specific flavor, but would have been able to drink it straight. It was a very pretty red color.
I added a little honey and I thought it tasted much better, sweeter and not as tart. I think this one will make a great Iced Tea during the summer, but for now, I think I will keep it in the cupboard.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 30 sec

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I loved this so much I restocked my pantry when it was gone. This tea has successfully become my go to morning caffeine fix. I always sweeten with a packet of stevia. The berries and citrus notes are perfect. Yum!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I enjoy this tea mixed with guayusa. Even though it is good alone, the combination with guayusa gives it a smoother flavor which I enjoy.

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Mmm, I love this tea. It doesn’t make me feel weird like I’m drinking hot fruits (something I’m iffy on sometimes, depending on the fruit). It would taste fantastic iced or as a base for an alcoholic drink. I love the pink-red berry color that this tea brings. I add in a heaping teaspoon of german rock sugar to balance out the tartness and to round out the fruity flavor.

Towards the end of the cup my mouth does get a little dry from the acidity in the tea but it isn’t as bad as others I’ve tried. Love the superfruits!

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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