Sweet Cherry

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If you are looking for a sweet tea, that doesn’t actually have any sugar added, then this is the tea for you. With the natural sugars contained in the orange peels, rosehips, cherries, apples, and hibiscus pieces you will be glad you tried it out. This drink also has no caffeine so it is a great choice anytime you feel like it. With all the fruit flavors this tea is great served hot, but might be even better chilled.

Best if steeped for 5 – 10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with rose hips, apple pieces, dried cherries and natural cherry flavors.

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I’m a huge fan of cherry tisane. This is a decent example of a cherry tea. I don’t think that it’s “cough syrup” as some of them are. On the downside, this is called sweet cherry, and this is pretty tart. I’m not a hibiscus hater, I usually like a little tart, but this might jut be bordering on a touch too much for me. I also think there is a little too much apple. I know most cherry teas have apple in them, but I can actually taste the apple, that would be a little too much.
This seems more negative than it really is. This is good, it’s fine, it’s just not my favorite cherry.

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KellyxLee sent this my way :)

It’s always nice to have some herbal options, something I’ve been seriously lacking in lately. This is a decent herbal. It’s more tart than sweet, though that doesn’t bother me at all. I have a feeling this would be a little better chilled, I’m finding it slightly lacking in flavour. The directions gave a steeping time of 5-10 minutes, and I steeped for 7. Perhaps a longer steeping time would fix that. Hmm.

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I tossed this in my tea traveler and took it to work a few days ago. Things are insane at work right now, we need break to come like yesterday, so this tea got a looonng steep before I got to it. That being said, I was actually really pleasantly surprised by it. No it is not really “sweet”, but the tart is not bad either. Also, though the apple was definitely present, the cherry taste was also there. I think this is the first time I have had a cherry tea that really tasted like cherries, so I was impressed. I am going to give this a shot cold brewed and see what it does, but thus far I am pretty impressed!


Glad you’re working you’re a y through these teas…I still need to place and order and I love seeing more than a few reviews heh


I got a whole bunch to try and I have been trying to make some headway before we leave for the holidays! Overall, I have been pretty impressed. The only one I am reserving judgement on right now is their Candied Apple, I am going to try Candy Cane tonight because I think my issue might be less with the flavouring and more with the base tea used. So, I thought trying another black might help me form an opinion. I found that Candied Apple got bitter and chalky really quickly for a black tea, but I am going to try again, because it smells divine!

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When I first joined steepster, this was one the teas I received in my very first swap courtesy of the amazing Dexter. Back when all I knew how to do was boil the kettle, dump boiling water on all the teas and wait like 20 minutes for tea to steep. Iced teas and cold brews were mere myths on my radar so when I tried this and the hibiscus took over, all I could do was power through my sample with my puckered face. Luckily I have learned one or two things from that amazing introduction to the tea world.

As I brewed this up, I immediately grabbed some ice cubes and decided to see how the cold temperature might affect the hibby. The result? An only slightly tart tea. Alas, without the tartness, there really isn’t much else going on in this cup. It is pleasant enough that I don’t mind drinking it but I think this tea and I can officially part ways for good. Nonetheless, thank you mewakeling for the chance to experiment with an old acquaintance.

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