Cranberry, Raspberry and Elderflower

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  • “I've done this to myself several times now: I get the Twinings "Fruit & Herbal Infusion Selection" box, use up all of the Blackcurrant, Ginseng & Vanilla sachets, and find myself left with...” Read full tasting note
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    Cait 216 tasting notes
  • “Hibiscus, really strong hibiscus. Under that a bit of cranberry maybe, but the raspberry and and elderflower I can not detect. I am not a fan of hibiscus and in this particularl combination it...” Read full tasting note
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    cteresa 327 tasting notes
  • “Twinings are sneaking cheapskates and use shovelfuls of hibiscus wherever possible. This tea is no deviation from the tradition. It was completely unpalateable, so I tore open the bags and put the...” Read full tasting note
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    TEA-MASTER 5 tasting notes
  • “Yummy bedtime sipdown. My daddy works away a lot, and one time brought me back several sachets of tea he snuck out of his hotel room, this being one of them. The envelope just says 'cranberry and...” Read full tasting note
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    NatalieOgden 47 tasting notes

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A refreshing red berry infusion with a hint of elderflower.

The zesty flavour of this infusion is ideal when your senses need a lift. We’ve carefully balanced the sharpness of cranberry and the sweetness of raspberry before adding fragrant elderflower to create a refreshing combination that’s naturally caffeine free and has no added sugar. Enjoy it any time throughout the day.

Ingredients
Hibiscus, rosehips, apple pieces, elderflowers(8%), cranberry flavouring, liquorice root, raspberry flavouring, cranberry pieces (1%), raspberry pieces (1%).

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216 tasting notes

I’ve done this to myself several times now: I get the Twinings “Fruit & Herbal Infusion Selection” box, use up all of the Blackcurrant, Ginseng & Vanilla sachets, and find myself left with five-sixths of a box of tea. Once I lucked onto a whole box of just the good stuff, but they’re really hard to find!

Which is to say, this is a decent tea. A bit sharp, but for once (thank goodness!) not in a rosehippy hibiscussed way. I do like it! It’s just, you know, not actually why I buy the box.

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Hibiscus, really strong hibiscus. Under that a bit of cranberry maybe, but the raspberry and and elderflower I can not detect.

I am not a fan of hibiscus and in this particularl combination it does NOT work for me .

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Twinings are sneaking cheapskates and use shovelfuls of hibiscus wherever possible. This tea is no deviation from the tradition. It was completely unpalateable, so I tore open the bags and put the contents into the toilet, hoping to make it smell nice. This didn’t work, so I poured some boiling water in as well. Then it smelt weird. I shan’t be purchasing again!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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Yummy bedtime sipdown. My daddy works away a lot, and one time brought me back several sachets of tea he snuck out of his hotel room, this being one of them. The envelope just says ‘cranberry and raspberry’ but I’m pretty sure I can both smell and taste elderflower in there. The cranberry is very present in the smell, but I cannot taste it at all. I made Frank taste it too as he is more versed in cranberry than I am, but he couldn’t taste it either. I’m not complaining, though, as I’m not a huge fan of cranberry if I remember righty, although this would be disappointing for a cranberry fan. Instead, it has a mainly ‘red berries and elderflower’ taste, which is quite delicious, and the raspberry taste can be picked out pretty easily. Not too tart, either, making it easy to sip on.

I enjoyed this, and would have liked a couple more sachets, but not enough to buy an entire pack.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Hibiscus is all I taste, and boy is it ever nasty. There’s only one hibiscus-flavored tea I’ve ever liked, and this one is not it. Maybe it would be better as an iced tea, but I can’t bring myself to buy any more.

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Hibi is almost never good warm; ice, ice, baby.

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I like that it’s red, but I just don’t like the taste that much.

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