One of my all-time favorite teas. I used to hate green tea and then I tried this. Incredible.
“I am surrounded by idiots. If I have to read one more "critique" of my Lapsang poem that says nothing but "Great work" and "I really find no fault with this...” Read full tasting note
“I still have lots of this, so I cold brewed it last night as an experiment. Another fruity tea that isn’t too strong on the hibiscus and has a nice cherry flavor. Still, I wont be too sad...” Read full tasting note
“I really need to stop buying stupid tea that I’m pretty much guaranteed not to like. It’s really not entirely unlike walking into a clothing store, making a beeline to the ugliest...” Read full tasting note
“This is not so much a review of this tea, though it is what I am drinking (see other tasting note), because I don’t feel like trying anything new or brewing gong fu style but I need to write...” Read full tasting note
Elegantly cut bamboo is the base of this enchanting green tea blend, enhancing the clean refreshing taste of cherry, pineapple, mango, rose and hibiscus. The Kyoto temple’s Sakura blossoms in full bloom make the spiritual coupling of floral and fruit come alive as rose and hibiscus intertwine with lively cherry, mango and candied pineapple. SUPERFRUIT ENHANCED
A delicious source of antioxidants & contains EGCG complex
May help support the immune system
Use as part of a healthy diet to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels
Superfruit enhanced with cherries, cranberries & mango
Contains soothing rose
Contains 5-10% of the caffeine in a cup of coffee
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Green tea, hibiscus blossoms, cherries, candied mango pieces(mango, sugar), candied pineapple pieces(pineapple, sugar), bamboo leaves, rose blossom leaves, lemon peels, rosebuds, cranberry pieces
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I am somewhat surprised to say that I really enjoy this tea! It’s really serving its purpose as a bright, flavourful afternoon pick-me-up. I haven’t been too fond of a lot of green teas in the past, but I really like this one. It’s beautiful while steeping, too. :)
I’m not going to rate this right now because I’m so on the fence about how I feel about it. It brews an interesting color. An almost gray pink hue. The taste is not instantly cherry, but what cherry there is reminds me of cherry hard candies. Not exactly my favorite. If anyone who sees this is interested in trading I’d gladly switch it for something else. Overall it’s an interesting experience, but not one that I myself am very fond of.
Strong fruity-rose aroma dry, gentle fruit aroma brewed, dark pink liquid upon sight, tart fruit flavor by the sip. As it cools, more of the cherry flavor comes out. It’s hard to spot the tea in this cup though. Definitely quite a bit of fruit pieces in the mixture. Not bad overall.
I got this tea for Christmas from my husband and it is the first loose leaf tea I have ever brewed. It smells so good and I love the deep red color and the fruity base. I add a touch of lemon to it as well as a teaspoon of German rock sugar. I have also played around with adding Raspberry Riot to it and that tastes great as well. Love it. I will definitely buy more of this tea.
THEY HAVE UPGRADED THIS TEA!!!
There are REAL FULL cherries now! They took the bamboo out, but alas. This is very wonderful. I don’t have to use extra tea leaves either. At first when I tried this last summer I absolutely was frustrated, but now it is SO yummy! It’s what I always wanted in a cherry tea: REAL, FULL cherries. it is so delicious, you guys. I absolutely re-recommend it at least one more time if you have tried it before and wasn’t crazy about it. Definitely kicks my cherry coke habit! (this is my first tea note by the way =^-^=)