Canadian Blueberry

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Blueberry, Elderberry, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Rose Hips
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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  • “I cold steeped this overnight. It had really nice blueberry flavor, but I think it's too sweet (or not tart enough) for my tastes. I still have some left, I'm going to try and hot steep then cool...” Read full tasting note
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    Dexter 691 tasting notes
  • “Someone sent me this in a swap! Thank you to whoever sent me this! I was very hesitant to try this tea becuase you know... Hibiscus.. But I took my chances and brewed it. I cut my time down 30...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I had this one as a hot brew a while ago, and I didn't like it very much-too sour (hibiscus, I guess). But then warm weather finally came, so I decided to try a cold brew. Much Better!! Especially...” Read full tasting note
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    scribbles 199 tasting notes

From The Tea Haus

Blueberries are terrifically healthy, full of anti-oxidants and vitamins. This fruit tisane steeps to a nice dark purple infusion with a tremendously fruity taste derived from Canadian blueberries, apples, hibiscus, orange peel and rose hip. A real winner as an iced tea as well.
Use 1tsp/2g per cup, add boiling water, steep for 5-8 minutes.

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4 Tasting Notes

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691 tasting notes

I cold steeped this overnight. It had really nice blueberry flavor, but I think it’s too sweet (or not tart enough) for my tastes. I still have some left, I’m going to try and hot steep then cool the next batch and see how that differs.
For now I like it, it’s a nice blueberry tea, but I like the other blueberry one the scribbles sent me better. Thank you so much for sending me both of these so that I can compare them. :))

JustJames

i ave never cold steeped before… cold water from the start? or hot and then left to chill?

Nxtdoor

• Clean a jar or pitcher.
• Put some tea in it (about 1.5 times the amount you’d normally use).
• Add cold water and a lid.
• Let it sit in the fridge for four to ten hours, depending on the type (less time for white teas, green teas and wiry/flat oolongs, more for rolled oolongs and the most for pu-erhs, herbal infusions and black teas).
• Strain. Sip. Simple.

Nxtdoor

4 to 10 hrs is a guideline. Most people, myself included, go for overnight. I’ve even gone as far as 24 hrs by accident. There’s only so much flavour that can come out. Only one or two went bitter on me but for the most part you can just stick it in there and forget it

Dexter

I do both. When I say cold steep, I mean add leaves to pitcher, add cold water, put in the fridge overnight or several hours. I also will hot steep as normal, pour the tea off the leaves then allow to cool, then put in the fridge. When I do the hot steep thing, I usually do two or three steeps put it all together and then will have several cups worth in the fridge.
Some tea cold steeps really well, some I find I like better if you hot steep then cool. Depends on the tea and depends on your tastes.

Dexter

I agree with Nxtdoor, most I can leave up to 24 hours with no problem. I have a cheap China Town Market green tea (don’t even know what it is) that I like to cold steep with fruit tisane. That is ok for about 18 hours any longer than that the green gets bitter. I’ve had “good green tea” get bitter after 12 hours. I don’t usually over leaf – I use however much I would use for hot steeping, and therefore I think it needs more time. I’ve never done it for as short as 4 hours, but have had good results from some in about 8 hours. Depends on your tastes, play with see what you like.

JustJames

excellent! thank you, both of you!

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Someone sent me this in a swap! Thank you to whoever sent me this! I was very hesitant to try this tea becuase you know… Hibiscus.. But I took my chances and brewed it. I cut my time down 30 seconds because you know… Hibiscus.. First sip.. whoa… that kind of tastes like sugar… second sip… not tart…? Third sip.. it tastes like Smarties!!!!! It’s fruity and sweet. The flavor makes the mouth feel powdery. Like you just poured Pixie Stix in your mouth. I was super surprised by this tea. Omnomnom!

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I had this one as a hot brew a while ago, and I didn’t like it very much-too sour (hibiscus, I guess). But then warm weather finally came, so I decided to try a cold brew. Much Better!! Especially with a little bit of honey added.

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