Blueberry Green

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Fruit Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “My iced tea of the afternoon. This time I cold brewed overnight in my Fiestaware Disc pitcher. About 60 oz water, and 6 teabags, at least 8 hours. Perfect with no additions. I don't ever plan...” Read full tasting note
    SimplyJenW 974 tasting notes
  • “My mom was holding on to sachets of this stuff that had an expiration date on the bottom of the tin of 2008 LOL She made the final sachets into iced tea and I had some today and it wasn't bad at...” Read full tasting note
    pandamanda 1196 tasting notes
  • “The smell of the leaf is really good. I can smell the tea for once. Brewed, the blueberry dominates but wonderfully so. The tea (which I can actually taste for once) blends well and changes the...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1305 tasting notes
  • “I tried this tea iced. While it was fruity, I didn't detect BLUEBERRIES, specifically. I found that there wasn't anything that really distinguished this tea from Republic of Tea's other fruity...” Read full tasting note
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    QueenOfTarts 527 tasting notes

From The Republic of Tea

Man Kind Tea
The good for you brew. A perfect blend of China green tea and juicy, succulent blueberries.

A portion of sales of this tin will support the Prostate Cancer Foundation in their fight against prostate cancer.

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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974 tasting notes

My iced tea of the afternoon. This time I cold brewed overnight in my Fiestaware Disc pitcher. About 60 oz water, and 6 teabags, at least 8 hours. Perfect with no additions. I don’t ever plan to hot brew this tea again!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
Jenn

I have this tea and it unimpressive for me hot, but with your recomendation I’m going to give it a second chance iced. I’d be happy to use up the tin because I hate to waste tea :)

SimplyJenW

The hot brew was…well, a hot mess, even after icing it. I dumped it. This tea cold brewed, however, has me considering buying more…..

Jenn

Good to know! I’ll do a strictly cold brew.

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1196 tasting notes

My mom was holding on to sachets of this stuff that had an expiration date on the bottom of the tin of 2008 LOL

She made the final sachets into iced tea and I had some today and it wasn’t bad at all for its age. Not very blueberry tasting anymore but just slightly berry in the mix of the green tea.

But I am not letting her make any old tea anymore, I of course finished it and then saw the date on the tin!

canadianadia

My Dad also has a bunch of expired tea – I jokingly refer to it as his vintage collection

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1305 tasting notes

The smell of the leaf is really good. I can smell the tea for once. Brewed, the blueberry dominates but wonderfully so. The tea (which I can actually taste for once) blends well and changes the flavor to more blackberryish. It isn’t an in your face flavor, just pleasant. I would not want this every day but it is something I would enjoy on a regular basis. I know many of you won’t sweeten a green but I think you should try it once with this tea. Yum.

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527 tasting notes

I tried this tea iced. While it was fruity, I didn’t detect BLUEBERRIES, specifically. I found that there wasn’t anything that really distinguished this tea from Republic of Tea’s other fruity blends. Perhaps if I try it hot, I’ll get more of a blueberry flavor. I love blueberries so I hope it’s true!

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45 tasting notes

I have just brewed a cup of the tea and I must say its smell and taste are not very strong. I can slightly smell the blueberry and I’m not sure I taste any blueberries in this tea. I put a blueberry honey in it and it tastes a little better. It’s not a bad tea, just not very strong.

TeaLover58

This tea also got a little better once it was cooled. I’m thinking I’ll use this to make some iced tea so I don’t waste the tea.

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69 tasting notes

Oh em gee, it is the very verge of summer in my basement!
The smell alone makes me want to get up and dance. I want to play in the puddles. I want to buy a popcicle from a truck playing horrible cartoonish music. I want to pick little wildflowers. I want to rake the winter out of my lawn, put down some chairs, take this tea outside and sit and enjoy the light breezes that generally accompany the end of spring.
What a great smell!
(It could be because I bought this tea around this time of year…?)
I don’t know that I necessarily get blueberry out of the smell, but I absolutely get the blackberry.
I’m not a massive fan of the weightlessness of this tea, but the flavour is decent.
Kind of dances along the tongue and then right down your throat. Doesn’t stick around to tell you its story. Sweet, but not terribly so. (I’m drinking this one au natural, because I can’t stand to milk or sweeten green teas.) And, because the tea is OLD (like maybe two years old?), it has a last-second kick to the back of my tongue that I don’t like at all.
But that’s not the fault of the tea by any stretch.
Tasty. Better than the bunk hot chocolate I though I’d wanted.
(Turns out I didn’t. But that didn’t stop me from drinking it or the 30-odd mini marshmallows I threw in it…)

ETA: I’ve changed my mind about the weightlessness. It adds a LOT of the freshness to this tea. Even though I’m drinking it hot, the weigtlessness combines with the slight fruit and bitter-less green tea to give it an almost cooling sensation. Very unique, and makes it feel even more like summer. I’ve added 5 points to my rating because of it.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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12 tasting notes

I found this to be mild, which sometimes is nice. It is especially pleasant in that it isn’t bitter at all and the blueberry flavor was really all I got out of it. However, if you are expecting a fruity kick as you would get out of the other Superfruit teas from The Republic of Tea, you will be underwhelmed.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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446 tasting notes

ROT is really failing to wow me. This tea does taste like blueberry, but in a very unimpressive way. They didn’t use hibiscus and there was a dried berry in with my leaves, so kudos for that, but the tea just fails to deliver much else. Super glad I only bought a sample size!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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4 tasting notes

I’m sipping on this right now and I love it in the afternoon when I want something warm and easy. I’m usually at work when I drink it so the temp of the water cooler hot water option is perfect for this tea. I tend to use one tea bag for the entire afternoon and still have the aroma of blueberry at 5pm.

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1 tasting notes

Love the aroma just as much as the taste. I also love the idea of the double antioxidant properties involved with the green tea AND the blueberries.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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