Berry Almond Amaretto

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Black Currant, Hibiscus Flowers, Marigold Petals, Natural And Artificial Flavouring, Rose Hips
Flavors
Almond, Fruity, Pleasantly Sour, Rosehips, Tangy
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I bought a couple of ounces of this a while ago on sale just to try it out. Never got around to it until now. It has hibiscus, so it's not surprising that it brews up tart and probably is meant...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks *Aimee P.*! Very fruity, slightly nutty. It's eh. It kind of reminds me of a trail mix with raisins and almonds. A bit too fruity for my tastes. ” Read full tasting note
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  • “The dry leaf smell of this tea is strong scented with amaretto, but I didn't taste any amaretto in the hot brew. As a hot brew it's a little too tart for my preference. I fortunately have only a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “When choosing through the two marzipan flavored options. I have to admit I'm glad I chose the one that leaned closer to the berry/grape side of the spectrum. It's like a rich Merlot when brewed....” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

This bright herbal infusion is a fragrant orchard bursting with deep berry and sublime nut flavors. Ripe grape, tangy black currant and sweet hibiscus pair with creamy almond and rosehips to create a heavenly harvest of bountiful deliciousness. CONTAINS NUTS

Bright berry and grape with a subtle nutty flavor of almonds with a hint of sweet spice

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I’m starting to think it safe to say I’m just about the only person in the world who doesn’t hate hibiscus and rose hips. Probably because I usually sweeten all my teas anyway, and I usually ice my fruity teas.
This was an instant where I really don’t think the tartness belongs. Even sweetened and iced, the tartness was distracting from the berry almond taste. If it was toned down a tad and just berry, it would be fitting, especially if there was lemon added, because then it would taste sort of like a berry lemonade. Or if again the tart was toned down and the amaretto was sweeter, then I can see this being like a tea version of an amaretto sour, but as is it just doesn’t please me. Added extra sugar helps a tad, and maybe a shorter steep time will cut back on the tartness as well.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Arshness

I sweeten my teas too but that stuff was just too tart for me. BUT IT SMELLS LIKE JERGENS LOTION I SWEAR XD

Mandy

To me it smells like almond extract, aka cherry. I swear almond extract always smells like cherry to me, it’s the darnest thing.

Arshness

Well that’s the thing. Jergens original formula is Cherry Almond flavor haha. :)

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When I opened the bag I was floored by the scent. It’s AMAZING. I went to my sister and my wife and said “OMG SMELL THIS” and it took a few minutes for me to decide what it reminded me of. My sister said “I want to rub this in my hair. Or take a shower with it.” I said “OMG it smells like it’d be an epic lotion!” She said “Cherry… almond… it’s the almond!” I said “CHERRY ALMOND! It’s JERGENS! THIS IS JERGENS TEA!”

So that’s what it makes me think of.

So we brewed it up. It smells great in the cup. I take a sip and I’m so disappointed at the sour tang that hits my mouth. Oohhh that is… unpleasant. Sister takes a sip and agrees… I go “This has rose hips in it” at a guess. A guess I’m certain is correct. She grabs the packet “Rose hip peels” she reads. I nod. “Rose hips… ruin way too many good teas. But I know how to fix rose hips. More sugar.” I add a half teaspoon more tea than the one I started with and it’s a decent flavor. Sister suggests icing it. “This tastes like it shouldn’t be drank warm.” She comments.

I poured off some in another cup and sister iced it. Meanwhile I added another half teaspoon to the first making it 2 t for most of a cup. THEN it tasted good. And the iced version was much better.

So my feel on this tea is a note to Teavanna.

Dear Teavanna,

Remove the damned rose hips please. This tea did not deserve rose hips. It didn’t do anything to you. Stop putting rose hips in perfectly good teas. They are mean little bullies and they RUIN perfectly good flavors. How would you like it if some giant came along and put rose hips in you? Not very much? I didn’t think so.

Sincerely,
Arshness

Unsure what to say on the recommend… yes? no? … maybe? No until Rosehips are removed. Yes. That. Tho I still recommend it if you want to RUB IT ALL IN YOUR HAIR BECAUSE IT SMELLS AMAZING.

Flavors: Almond, Fruity, Pleasantly Sour, Rosehips, Tangy

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Cameron B.

Rose hips and hibiscus: SUPER VILLAINS!

Arshness

I know RIGHT?

carol who

Exactly!

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This tea is quite a bit better than I thought it was going to be. It smells great dry, you could probably use it for potpourri. The taste is good but not great. I guess that’s probably because I’m not a big fan of fruit punch and this reminds me of fruit punch. A more adult version of fruit punch. My favorite part of this tea is the liquid color. It’s a deep, rich red. Maybe more of a fuchsia actually. I think it would go good with lemonade.

Preparation
155 °F / 68 °C 8 min or more

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Total keeper.
Absolutely amazing. I love amaretto anything really, and the Amaretto tea from Davids has been my go-to for that thick, marzipan flavour. Not anymore. This one really hits it out of the park. There’s that unmistakable amaretto taste but it’s more complex here and not just straight-up amaretto. It’s a rich blend of juicy grape and amaretto. Who thought the two would work so well in a tea? Not me. But I’m glad someone did because WOW it’s good. The aftertaste is grape, almost like grape juice (the real stuff), with a hint of tanginess but it’s creamy, oh so creamy.
This one is just great. A favourite for me!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Prior to brewing, the aroma of this tea is devilishly intoxicating…nothing but amaretto! Brewed, this tea turns a gorgeous rich red that mimics merlot and the amaretto is still present, but somewhat muted. And the taste, oh my. It’s a bit tart as it contains grape and black currant, but if such a thing existed, I’d say it tastes a bit like a natural fruit punch. It’s tasty as a hot tea, but will probably be better as an iced tea.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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