Berry Bellini

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Fruit Green Herbal Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This smells so delicious, just like a bellini (peach & champagne). Even though I normally don't care for hibiscus, I gave this a try. (I love the Coconut Chai tea from this company so I winged it.)...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Grossness. Hot hibisicus sourness that completely masks the flavor of green tea. Was a bit better when it cooled down and I added Splenda and honey. Otherwise, I won't bother with this tea.” Read full tasting note
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  • “I wanted to like this one — peach and raspberry! — but it's not great. The hibiscus is too strong for the other flavors. They clash pretty terribly. Plus this one just tastes super artificial to me. ” Read full tasting note
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From Zhena's Gypsy Tea

Green tea, apple, hibiscus, lemon, licorice root, orange peel, raspberry, rose hips.

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576 tasting notes

This smells so delicious, just like a bellini (peach & champagne). Even though I normally don’t care for hibiscus, I gave this a try. (I love the Coconut Chai tea from this company so I winged it.) It brews up a rosy pink cup, and smells as delicious as it does in the container.

But the taste! Egads! I had to add three Splendas in order to balance the sour and bitter notes. I taste just flowers, there’s nothing berry or bellini about this! I’ll try experimenting with other teas and this to see if I can blend out the bad… I gave a couple bags to my grandmother and mother on Saturday and now I’m wishing I didn’t! If I don’t like it, I doubt they will! (Sorry Oma and Mom.)

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Grossness. Hot hibisicus sourness that completely masks the flavor of green tea. Was a bit better when it cooled down and I added Splenda and honey. Otherwise, I won’t bother with this tea.

gmathis

I can’t figure out why so many blenders insist on messing up fruit flavors with hibiscus. If I wanted a floral tea, I’d get it.

S

Seriously! I hate hibiscus. Actually, I don’t mind it in small quantities in fruit teas that I expect to be tangy, but the two teas I tried from Zhena’s said green tea on it, and the hibiscus totally ruins the flavor! UGH!!!

S

I forgot to add, I understand adding hibiscus to tangy fruit teas, like cranberry or raspberry or something, but in peach or kiwi? Those are not tangy flavors, just sweet ones! Grr.

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I wanted to like this one — peach and raspberry! — but it’s not great. The hibiscus is too strong for the other flavors. They clash pretty terribly. Plus this one just tastes super artificial to me.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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