Blueberry Wild Child

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Apple Pieces, Blueberry, Elderberry, Hibiscus, Pomegranate
Berry, Pineapple
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Caffeine Free
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Boiling 4 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 366 ml

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The popular pomegranate superfruit demonstrates its best attributes in a tag-team duo with the fruity blueberry. This delicate twosome will invigorate your taste buds with a very fruity taste experience with extraordinary eye appeal with its robe of royal blue cornflowers, blue mallow blossoms, hibiscus, and elderberries.

Ingredients: apple pieces, hibiscus, elderberries, apple bits, pomegranate arils, blueberries

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4837 tasting notes

Currently enjoying a cup of this tisane. This is really nice. I didn’t expect to like it quite as much as I do. The hibiscus is not overdone (which is probably why I like it so much!) I do recommend steeping it for just six minutes in 195F water to keep the hibiscus under control.

The result is a cup that tastes primarily of blueberry – sweet and tart, with notes of elderberry and pomegranate. The apple is barely noticeable but I think it adds a hint of sweetness to the cup that lends balance to the tartier (yes it’s a word, I just made it up) berries in the tisane.

Not bad at all, I enjoyed it. Watch for my review of this tomorrow night on SororiTea Sisters.


mmm sounds tasty


Canister is lovely.

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150 tasting notes

The photos off of Tiesta Tea’s website never work with the Steepster format, but I just don’t have time right now to shoot a better picture. What you can’t see in this photo is that Blueberry Wild child is a really beautiful tisane. Big dried blueberries, apple pieces, pomegranate arils, bright blue cornflowers… the works. This tisane is a tangy tornado of fruit flavor! It does contain hibiscus that works with the pomegranate to balance the sweetness of the blueberries. It’s not bitter, but if you’re a hibiscus-hater this tea probably isn’t for you.


drool this combination sounds so nice right now! I’ve noticed that lots of people here don’t like hibiscus.


Yes, lots of hibiscus-haters :) I totally get it though because hibiscus can be very bitter at times. I like it in moderation.


I haven’t thought about it before, but what exactly are they using from the hibiscus anyways? O.O


The flower, silly!


hehehe that’s what I was assuming. :p I think all this homework has temporarily stopped all reasoning function I had left.

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714 tasting notes

Steep Information:
Amount: 4 tsp
Water: 500ml at 205°F
Tool: Breville One-Touch Tea Maker BTM800XL
Steep Time: 5 minutes
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: apple, hibiscus
Steeped Tea Smell: hibiscus
Flavor: apples, hibiscus, watery
Body: Medium
Liquor: translucent dark orange red

not remarkable

Rating: 2/4 leaves


Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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221 tasting notes

I picked this up today from Stop and Shop (!!!) because I figured it was a better option than picking up some RUNA tea bags. Next time I go grocery shopping I miiiight end up getting the fireberry as well.

I grabbed this because I need more herbals in my life, I’m specifically fond of fruit teas so this was right up my alley. Unfortunately, the blueberry was totally overpowered by the rest of the tea. But I did taste some pineapple, which is good but weird. I wonder if I mixed this with a little rooibos if it would taste like the Teavana Kona Pop + Blueberry Bliss? Worth a shot next time!

Flavors: Berry, Pineapple

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510 tasting notes

I got this tea mostly for my husband. He still prefers his coffee, but sometimes I find a tea that will prompt him to take a second cup. This is one of them. I also like this tea. Herbal teas aren’t my favorite in general, but I’d drink this again. Its fruity and sweet, not too tart (light on the hibiscus I guess) – incidentally, I kinda like a pure hibiscus tea.

This would probably make a fantastic iced tea for those of you into that sort of thing (I don’t like iced tea myself).

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876 tasting notes

I first drank this at college when I wanted to try dried fruit teas and enjoyed it enough that I ended up purchasing more later on. I’m not sure what it is about this tea that I really enjoy, but my guess is the mixture of blueberries and the small hint o pomegranate from the arills in the mixture. Overall this tea has been resupplied a few times and is something I really enjoy, which is odd when I think about it in comparison to my tea collection.

2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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57 tasting notes

This is my favorite Tiesta tea I’ve tried. Super fruity and smooth. I really like the combo of pomegranate and blueberry in this one.

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371 tasting notes

Bedtime tea last night. I used up the last tablespoon or so I had to make a big mug of this. It’s very much a juice tea – fruity, sweet, a little bit tart. I feel like I do a disservice to fruity teas — after the initial cup, their flavors blend into a generic fruity flavor and any individual flavors I originally picked up on are lost.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 18 OZ / 532 ML

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337 tasting notes

I’m kind of glad I caved to Tiesta’s 50% off Black Friday sale, because now I have a bunch of fruity tisanes to drink in the evening when I want something caffeine-free. (You should have been here when I opened the bubble envelope and it was like a crazy blast of fruity scents! Even with all the teas sealed in their own bags. Ok, I just stuck my nose in the envelope and it’s still really fruity in there after a week. Amazing.)

Anyway, I liked this! The dry tisane and the scent as it brews are both very blueberry-ish. It brews up a lovely reddish colour from the hibiscus, but the tartness is balanced out with the sweetness of the dried fruits and the richness of the blueberry flavour. It reminds me of cooked blueberries – like the inside of a blueberry pie, but without all the sugar.

Probably should be avoided if you hate hibiscus completely, but if you’re a fan of slightly tart fruity/berry tisanes I recommend giving this one a try.

200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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10 tasting notes

When my local grocery store started selling this, I couldn’t help but shout.

I picked this tea up.

Nice taste. I love Hibiscus, and berry flavors. The pieces where nice and big, still a little moist. I added a dap of homey, which complimented it well.

Over all, I am going back and getting more of these guys tea.

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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