Sassy Green Tea with Acai

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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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From Village Tea Company

Ingredients: chinese green tea, ginger, flavor, orange peel, peach pieces, chilies, cloves, safflower, acai

Health Benefits: antioxidant rich, skeleton density support, heart health support, natural energy

Our Sassy Green Tea with Acai combines top-quality green tea with peach, ginger, acai, and orange for a sweet and subtle spice.

A perfect tea for those new to the world of tea, our choice Chinese green tea is complemented by the fruit tones of peach and orange as well as carefully selected chilies. We then go the extra mile by adding the Amazonian acai superfruit (energy and anti-oxidant rich) enhancing the tea with an additional sweetness as well as health benefits. We invite you to open the world of tea with our Sassy Green Tea.

Each loose tea is packed in 2 100% non bleached cotton muslin bag. Additionally, 10 100% natural paper filters are provided so that you can make your own personal tea bag based on your taste. And of course, the package is made of 100% recycled and recyclable packaging.

Servings Per Container:
55 servings

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I seem to be drinking more green tea than usual today…HAD to try this one! I have been looking for a nicely flavored Acai tea. Fingers crossed this is it!

Here are my findings:

It smells a little like juicy juice or a fruity wine. When I sip this I can still take the sweet-green tea but pair it with fruity goodness! I can taste Acai, Orange, Peach but can’t barely taste the ginger, chilies, and cloves which is completely fine by me. I think the reason for them is to make it so the fruit flavors are not over powering the rest of the ingredients. I think it also contributes to the lingering warming affect it has long after the sip.

This is great! I finally found that Acai flavored tea I have been searching for!


Woo Hoo! Maybe I’ll give this one a try when I get home :-D


This is really good cold, too!!!!

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thanks TeaEqualsBliss for including this in the trade! I’m on a tasting note spree — I just like adding them at once when I log in. If only more green teas were like this one, I would love them more! This has a very tasty green base. It is almost like an oolong flavor to me. The steep color is bright yellow. Very full and sweet. The blend I have doesn’t seem to have anything other than the green tea and a few safflowers, so I had no idea there was supposed to be peaches or orange peel here. But there is a sweetness to it that must be from fruit. Definitely no ginger flavor for me. I really wish there was more spice to it though, since that is barely there either! But I’d love this even if it were just the plain green leaves here.

ETA: Having a second cup, I don’t know how I missed the peach before! I guess I thought it was just part of its oolong-like flavor. Also, there is a creaminess to it, but I don’t know where that is coming from.


You and I are dominating the dashboard right now! :P


I will slow down eventually… I’m trying to try a ton of teas I haven’t tried yet before I get the travelling tea boxes!


Haha, no worries from me! I’m used to being a spammer :D I have tons of teas I’ve never tried too… TONS.

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea to try!

This is really very good. I can taste each of the ingredients, but, it is difficult to discern them – if that makes sense. They meld together quite well. I can taste notes from each ingredient, but, in this blend, they seem to create a ‘SUPER’ ingredient that possesses each of these flavors.

It is very flavorful, sweet with just a faint note of heat. Definitely Sassy!

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This is one of the samples I received from Jessica as the winner of the herbal tea portion of her recent giveaway – thank you very much! The packaging is very cute – a little cardboard cylinder with a slide off top and nice graphics too. This particular one has a green tea base with lots of other ingredients, including ginger, orange, peach, chilies, acai, and cloves, plus some bright safflower petals which make it look very festive. It’s got a nice fresh and fruity aroma, strong on the peach.

I gave it about 2.5 minutes at 180 degrees, and ended up with a deep greenish-yellow liquor, just a little cloudy. The fruit and spice aromas are very noticeable and pleasant. On sipping it – WOW! – this is spicy! The chili and ginger work together to really give it a burn. Don’t get me wrong, I really like very spicy food, and have occasionally had some chili in teas and tisanes, but this is by far the strongest chili-flavored tea I’ve tried. The fruit is there as well, and a nice green tea base. Next time I’ll be prepared for the heat – it was really surprising the first time around!

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Yum, fruity and sassy, just like what I expected. The chili is really in the aftertaste for me.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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