Green Tea Pomegranate

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Deliciously tart pomegranate appears in ancient Mediterranean legend as a symbol of health and rebirth. Today, this cherished fruit is the inspiration for this unique green tea blend. Enjoy the fruit of the gods with every cup of our Green Tea Pomegranate. For a perfect infusion, bring water just to a boil and steep for 3 minutes.

Ingredients: Organic Green Tea Leaf, Organic Hibiscus Flower, Organic Peppermint Lead, Organic Orange Flavour, Freeze Dried Pomegranate, Stevia Leaf, Organic Raspberry Flavour, Organic Blueberry Flavour, Organic Pomegranate Flavour, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Dandelion Root.

Each tea bag contains approximately 30 mg of caffeine, as compared to approximately 90 mg in 1 cup of coffee.

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433 tasting notes

A while ago, Yogi tea had some kind of deal where they sent a little sampler pack for free. They sent 2 herbal teas and this pomegranate green tea (“renew”). I found it hidden in a corner of my tea cabinet and figured I’d try it out today.

I heeded the warning on the bag (“to avoid bitter taste, steep for 2-3 minutes in hot, not boiling water”) and steeped for 2 1/2 minutes. The tea is bright pink (from the hibiscus) and really doesn’t have much taste or smell other than hibiscus. Because of that, it reminds me too much of an herbal blend and I’m not impressed. I can’t taste any green tea (or pomegranate, for that matter) and it’s basically just like any other fruit/floral tisane. I am glad I didn’t steep it longer because the last thing I want is a stronger hibiscus flavour.

It’s not awful, but it’s definitely not for me.

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30 tasting notes

The bag smells sweeter than it actually tastes. Because of the hibiscus there’s good color (I’ve been noticing lately how many bagged teas use this strategy), and a discernible hibiscus scent. I’d say overall, however, that it doesn’t especially taste like pomegranate, yet the taste of green isn’t so strong as to be bitter either. I didn’t need to use sweetener, but I could see myself drinking this with honey again, ill or not, and it would probably taste good iced. This tisane came in 2nd of the three pomegranate/green combinations I tried while fighting a cold.

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10 tasting notes

I needed to find a green tea when I went home for winter break, this was what I got (because I have a thing for pomegranate). It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t awful.

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10 tasting notes

I’ve found one really great tasting berry green tea and had some of this tea in my cupboard so decided to give it a try.
Bad idea, I put this into a travel mug and went out, and tasted it early on (3 minutes) tasted like no taste, then (7 minutes) little more taste but not enough, and then sadly I forgot the tea for 5 or so minutes longer and it came out strong, I was unable to taste the green tea. I was largely disappointed.

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3 tasting notes

The color of this is beautiful. But that’s all I seem to enjoy about this tea. Too tart for my taste and prefer to drink this as an iced tea vs. hot.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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30 tasting notes

This is one of my current favorites. I find it nicely sweet, since it already has stevia leaf in the bag, so it needs very little (if any) additional sweetening. In comparison to some white tea with pomegranate that my roommate bought, it is very sweet. It’s a beautiful bright red color, and I love the sweet smell of it. It’s good hot or cold, which is odd of fruit teas for me.

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Another tea found at work! This would be the last (proper) tea that I’ve found here. The color is a nice deep red/pink from the hibiscus. Can’t really taste much of the green from this, so it comes off more as an herbal blend, but it’s still enjoyable. I recommend as a nice detour from normal green teas.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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