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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “A review of Açai Green Tea (Superfruit Tea) by The Republic of Tea I am finishing the last of this blend for your well-being Açai Green Tea. The canister has a lovely floral aromatic scent of...” Read full tasting note
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    seule771 600 tasting notes
  • “Woke up craving this for some reason ... haven't been eating well or properly during the past few days (stress), so I'm wondering if the purported nutritional benefits of the acai berry are calling...” Read full tasting note
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    gmathis 1767 tasting notes
  • “The ratings on this are kind of all over the place. Count me in the not a fan group. Can't taste the tea. The hibiscus is just too strong (not a hater if well done - this isn't). There is a paper...” Read full tasting note
    ks6 1410 tasting notes
  • “It seems like I am one of the few who like hibiscus on steepster. HOWEVER, I like them in a good blend. I do not think this is a good blend. It tastes like cough syrup or...bad cheap red zinger...” Read full tasting note
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    Ellyn 230 tasting notes

From The Republic of Tea

Açai (ah-sigh-ee) berry is one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. For centuries, inhabitants of the amazon rainforest have gathered these berries from the azaicero palm tree for their powerful health benefits. This deep purple fruit has the rich flavors of concord grape and ripe blueberries.

Ingredients: Fine China green tea, hibiscus, natural flavors and açai berry bits.

Steeping is easy:
1. Fill the kettle with 6oz of fresh, filtered water per cup and heat to just short of boiling.
2. Place one tea bag in your cup, pour in the water and infuse for one to three minutes. Remove the tea bag. Experiment to find your favored steeping time.

For iced tea, double the amount of tea used and steep as above. Remove the tea bags, let cool and serve over ice.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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A review of Açai Green Tea (Superfruit Tea) by The Republic of Tea

I am finishing the last of this blend for your well-being Açai Green Tea. The canister has a lovely floral aromatic scent of the berries and I know opening this each time the scent will still remain, permeating it as it does in the air when I am cooking this tea.

I place the teabag in my cup and pour the hot water into the cup and leave it to steep for few minutes. As I wait for my tea to steep, I re-read the tin’s label: The power of superfruits lies in their exceedingly high amount of antioxidants. They have great health benefits and are the best that nature has to offer.

I remove the cover from the tea cup and simply take in the tea’s aroma. It is that of a bouquet made up of hibiscus, açai berry bits and green tea. Tea’s color is dark berry color, wine even. When I take a sip of tea it is to enliven my palate and to make me want to have more and I do.

I enjoy this tea right to the very end. Tea’s character is of a fruity blends and seeming like a wine cooler/ spritzer and is full of anti-oxidants which are very good for you by adding a boost to this green tea.

Overall, this is an excellent tea for sipping one’s way to good health.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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1767 tasting notes

Woke up craving this for some reason … haven’t been eating well or properly during the past few days (stress), so I’m wondering if the purported nutritional benefits of the acai berry are calling out to me. Mom always said that your body automatically craves whatever nutrient you need the most…

Stephanie

I believe that too!

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1410 tasting notes

The ratings on this are kind of all over the place. Count me in the not a fan group. Can’t taste the tea. The hibiscus is just too strong (not a hater if well done – this isn’t). There is a paper taste halfway through the sip. To be fair this was an individual wrapped bagged version and it is hard to say how long it was on the store shelf. Not worthy of a rating.

K S

First tea in a long while I almost dumped out. It actually improved the colder it became.

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230 tasting notes

It seems like I am one of the few who like hibiscus on steepster. HOWEVER, I like them in a good blend. I do not think this is a good blend. It tastes like cough syrup or…bad cheap red zinger herbal tea. I can’t taste the green tea base. It makes my face move into a pursed lip expression of disgust. No thanks, not for me.

Neon Lion

I SO AGREE! I felt so annoyed after my first taste that I purchased an entire tin of it! I shouldn’tve bought into the acai berry craze. Shoulda known it was a fad. Any way near the end, I was just drinking them two bags at a time to get rid of it.

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This is one of those teas that I purchased with such high hopes. I prefer black tea over green tea, but my fiancee likes green tea, so I thought this would be a good one to keep in our cupboard. Even he ignores it when making tea, so I’m rating and passing it along. The teabags smell like tart hibiscus and berries. The tea liquor itself actually reminds me of the warm berry filling in a pie or cobbler. Unfortunately the flavor is rather lacking. It starts off with a burst of tartness, but then this icky, musty taste with an artificiallness to it finishes. Sweetener brings out a little more berry flavor, but doesn’t disguise the yucky finish. Just blah. I even checked the bottom of the tin to make sure that it hasn’t expired, and it’s good until this upcoming June. It may be good as an iced tea, but I just don’t even like it enough to try it out.

-Round natural unbleached teabag.
-Teabag smells like tart hibiscus and berries. Tea liquor aroma is of warm berries.
-Tea liquor is a deep purple color.
-Tart flavor with a musty artificial finish.
-Best with sweetener.
-Poor tea. Nasty artificial-tasting finish.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1602 tasting notes

Tried this today. Fruity! The color of the tea was dark purple then turned a deep maroon. It is tart but not overwhelmingly so. Good tea overall but still not a big fruit tea fan. I imagine this would taste good iced as well.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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When I first tried this tea I thought that it was a little… well… odd, I guess. But you know what? Now I really like it! It’s not an everyday tea for me, but sometimes I will randomly just crave it. It is tart, tangy, a little sweet, and it brews up into a very pretty pinky/purpley color.

I purchased this tea in one of those mini traveler tins because even though I liked the idea of it (the health benefits of both acai and green tea, etc.) I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it. However, tonight I just finished off the last teabag in the travel tin and I think that this will definitely be a full-size canister purchase in the future!

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45 tasting notes

I have this in their iced tea bags, and it’s pretty good. I add some rock sugar while it’s hot, let it steep for three minutes and it is delicious. This is a great summer time drink. Very smooth, not too strong or sweet.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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I needed some bagged tea for work. I’ve been trying to cut down on coffee and drink more green tea for health benefits, but I really don’t like the taste of plain green tea, blech. Grassy. So I saw this on sale at my local grocery store and picked some up.

It’s PERFECT for what I bought it for. Republic of Tea seems to do a decent bagged tea. No, it’s not fresh loose. But at work loose leaf just isn’t practical. There are notes of berry in this, but I don’t find it cough syrupy or artificial tasting. It’s not grassy. Pleasant flavor, and exactly what I needed. Good hot. (I usually don’t try greens cold, due to the aforementioned grass flavor).

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I was in the hospital for low potassium and a couple other minor maldies recently. All the first morning, I was told by a well-meaning (but paranoid) nurse that I couldn’t have caffeine because it’s a diuretic. Five hours later, the doctor said a little tea was fine and she should calm down. I got this from an over priced Boston Stoker stand.
It had a strong, tart berry flavor that almost eclipsed the tea. Not in a bad way, but I just wanted green tea, not fruit tea. The smell and color were great. Those alone made up for the price. I would buy this again if it were organic.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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