Wild Berries (Magic Garden)

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  • “This has been sitting in my cabinet for over a year, so I didn't have high expectations. I like it though! It's sweet, but tangy enough that the sweetness isn't cloying. Kind of tastes more like...” Read full tasting note
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    Kaylee 388 tasting notes
  • “To tea...or not to tea...that was the question last night. Once again, I weakened, but wisely chose another caffeine free variety. This time, I selected Wissotzky's Wild Berries tea. While...” Read full tasting note
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    Stoo 160 tasting notes

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An exquisite blend of wild forest berries, blackberries, blackcurrent and raspberries creates an infusion with a rich flavour and fragrant aroma. Caffeine Free.

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This has been sitting in my cabinet for over a year, so I didn’t have high expectations. I like it though! It’s sweet, but tangy enough that the sweetness isn’t cloying. Kind of tastes more like a thin juice than tea. I had it with garlic couscous and it went together quite nicely. This won’t make it into frequent rotation, but I’ll probably keep some around for iced tea in the summer.

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To tea…or not to tea…that was the question last night. Once again, I weakened, but wisely chose another caffeine free variety. This time, I selected Wissotzky’s Wild Berries tea. While steeping, there was a sweet aroma that reminded me of a fruit stand. The red-ish color was a cross between grape juice and red Hawaiian Punch. My first sip filled my tastebuds with a fruity sensation similar to a grape juice/Kool-Aid hybrid. There also was a rather pronounced bitterness left on my tongue. However, I was in this for the long haul, so I sipped again and again and again. The bitterness magically disappeared after about the third sip. (Maybe that is what the “Magic Garden” on the package means.) After that, I found the tea to be a very pleasant fruity drink for late at night. I believe this blend would be much more enjoyable for the whole family as an iced selection. The folks at Wissotzky must believe that too. The package points out that this beverage is “great for iced tea”.

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