I love cherries and I miss them in the winter when they’re expensive and hard to find, so this tea will have to do for now. It’s not anything spectacular, but it’s nice enough. The cherry in this tea is a cherry-candy flavour rather than the actual fruit, however it doesn’t have that chemically artifical taste that other cherry-flavoured teas I’ve tried have had. I was hoping for a bit more of the acerola’s tartness to come through, but this leans more towards sweet cherries.
Superfruit Tea – Native to the Caribbean, the Acerola Cherry is rich in several nutrients but is most known for its extremely high content of Vitamin C. Its delicate, berry flavor with a fresh apple note is nicely balanced with the crisp flavors of green tea. This blend can help boost immunity with its high amount of antioxidants.