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I wanted something fruity. Like boost of fruits. This tea is like that!
It is really strong fruity taste, I notice pineapple, passion fruit, peaches, mango… in taste the pineapple is most prominent, and then all fruits together. Some may say it is artificial as well, and indeed it is a bit – but somhow I don’t mind it at all :)
Yeah, it is really fruity – maybe too much. But it’s mouth watering, and quite enjoyable. I would not drink it on daily basis; but when you are craving for something full of fruits – maybe a good solution?
Flavors: Artificial, Fruity, Pineapple, Tropical
The third tea I’ve tried from my variety box, and I’m certain I’ve found my favourite! Even though it’s cheap, it has an AMAZING peach taste and the smell of the brew fills the room. I always have to add at least a teaspoon of sugar to my tea, however this one only needed a pinch to offset the bitterness.
This flavour is perfect for those looking for a sugary snack replacement!
Flavors: Lemon, Peach
Your average low-quality dusty tea. I received this in an assorted pack and I haven’t really had fruit tea recently. I can’t see the price anywhere but according to the website it was probably around £1.50-£3.00 a box, cheaper than a lot of 16 pack teas.
For something so cheap, it was okay. It lacked dimension and the overbearing taste of artificial blueberry was enough to satisfy my sugar cravings. I put in half a teaspoon of sugar to kill the bitterness.
If you’re after a cheap brew and not bothered about quality, this one’s for you. Otherwise, look elsewhere.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity, Raspberry, Sweet
I usually don’t drink fruit forward teas, but this was highly rated in a travelling teabox I received, so I gave it a try – it’s surprisingly good! By no means could I drink it with the frequency I drink black tea, but it would make a good dessert or just afternoon treat. Made with real raspberries and juice, it tastes like…well, a raspberry.
Just had a relaxing cup of this lovely bagged tea. It was very pleasant with about a teaspoon of honey. Tart but balanced. Not perfumy as I feared it might be. I tasted mostly hibiscus and rose hips. It was similar to red zinger, another of my favorite herbal tisanes.
Whoa..I can hardly get past this teas’ smell to actually take a sip. Apparently I’m not a fan of black currant! When I make myself take a sip I am pleasantly surprised, it is nice and juicy. Even tho the taste is enjoyable, I can’t rate it highly because it’s so odiferous. The smell actually brings me back to feelings of morning sickness (read: all day sickness for months) during pregnancy. Not a happy place! Lol!
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for the chance to check this out! Even tho it’s not my favorite I’m glad I got to try it!