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Berry Kiwi Colada

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Edit tea info Last updated by Skysamurai
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190 °F / 87 °C 6 min, 15 sec

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  • “Before reviewing this tea...I hate my internet!! I had this whole review written up, and now it's GONE!!! :( Onto to the tea.... So when I saw this tea in the store I thought to self:...” Read full tasting note
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  • “They forgot to mention in the ingredients that it also contains prickly pear. Funky is the best way I can describe this tea. It's not an undrinkable funky but I don't think I would buy another cup...” Read full tasting note
    skysamurai 184 tasting notes
  • “Sometimes I really hate my life.... why? because I get a fantastic tea like this one.... try it... end up having to use my epi pen.... because there are mangos in it.. WHY!? does BERRY KIWI have to...” Read full tasting note
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    aimeepopovacki 149 tasting notes
  • “Oh my gosh. I'm watching the tea party episode of Sofia the First AND IS THAT TIM GUNN THAT I HEAR!??!?! Okay but this tea. Gift from a friend. Cold brew and it's good! It is a smidge sour, but...” Read full tasting note
    jump62359 390 tasting notes

From Teavana

Hibiscus flowers, rosehips, candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar, citric acid), candied mango pieces (mango, sugar, citric acid), carrot slices, candied tangerine pieces (tangerine, cane sugar, citric acid), apple slices, coconut chips, lemon verbena, natural & artificial flavoring, strawberry slices. PRODUCT CONTAINS NUTS

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177 tasting notes

Before reviewing this tea…I hate my internet!! I had this whole review written up, and now it’s GONE!!! :( Onto to the tea….

So when I saw this tea in the store I thought to self: berries, kiwi, colada!! What’s not to love? I should have realized that this was a warning that berries + kiwi = SOUR (squared).

I tried this as both a hot and cold brew. The hot is SO SOUR!!! almost to the point of being undrinkable (although I did finish it).

The cold brew is a “little” more drinkable…but not by much. The cold brew reminds me of the unsweetened KOOL AID from my childhood. I decided to add sugar. After adding sweetener (what a surprise…NOT!!) it tasted like KOOL AID with added sugar.

Luckily, I don’t have much of this left, and will be able to finish my sample of the KOOL AID type tea, but I will not buy this again. If you don’t like sour…don’t bother…it definitely has the ‘Pucker Factor’.

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They forgot to mention in the ingredients that it also contains prickly pear. Funky is the best way I can describe this tea. It’s not an undrinkable funky but I don’t think I would buy another cup or any loose leaf of this tea. It is very flavorful; almost to the point that my mouth feels overwhelmed. I drank it cold perhaps it would be better hot.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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Sometimes I really hate my life…. why? because I get a fantastic tea like this one…. try it… end up having to use my epi pen…. because there are mangos in it.. WHY!? does BERRY KIWI have to have mango in it!?!?!?!?!? .. LOL…. I really liked how sweet this one is, while also having a little bit of bite… I would have liked to have gotten a better idea of what this tasted like… but unfortunately I had to stop my throat from closing up hahaha

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390 tasting notes

Oh my gosh. I’m watching the tea party episode of Sofia the First AND IS THAT TIM GUNN THAT I HEAR!??!?!

Okay but this tea. Gift from a friend. Cold brew and it’s good! It is a smidge sour, but drinkable :)

AND I’M GUNNA DIE BECAUSE THE TEAPOT AND TEACUP THEY USED WAS CHIP AND MRS. POTTS AWW THIS SHOW IS THE CUTEST

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I have had this tea twice now. Both times I had it made in the store, so I know they use more tea than I ever would at home. I think I liked it more the first time I bought it, but today it was not as good. Maybe less sugar or not brewed long enough. The store was super busy today and I had to wait a long time to order and then receive my tea. They apologized by giving me my tea for free. I was very thankful, but the tea was not as good as I remembered from the first time.

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Got this with my first tea pot in Las vegas on honeymoon. It’s alright but has a artificial taste to it like I’m sipping tea with perfume in it. a Nice batch of honey helps.

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This tea is very sour without honey. It is a lovely iced tea.

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This smelled amazing, but the taste was a disappointment. No tea taste to be found! No luck with Teavana teas yet!

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Alright let’s get down to business. This tea tasted like nothing I would have ever expected. It was fruity and tangy, really tangy. It was from the Kiwi, that was the most prominent flavor in the tea. I didn’t taste any coconut at all. It had a nice blend of berries and fruits, and that gave the tea a nice full body.

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I really enjoyed this tea when I tasted it in the store, it was very fruity and had a lot of flavor. I bought 4 oz. of it because its a heavy tea and 2 doesn’t really get you much. Anyway when I brewed it at home I noticed a slight veggie smell that came with it, and as the tea cooled and so did the leaves the smell died down too. As I was looking through the tea to eat the little fruit bits like the tea lady told me too, I found the source of the veggie smell! There are carrots in this tea! Impostor! This is supposed to be a berry kiwi tea, not fruits and carrots. Jeez. When I drink this hot I really do taste the carrots, but when it’s cold it tastes pretty decent. Not my favorite not bad either.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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