The hibiscus and rose hips show through a bit much for my taste.
“The hibiscus and rose hips show through a bit much for my taste.” Read full tasting note
“another tea bag that ended up in my purse after a meeting from the tea basket. I like this. I would buy this if it was on sale, or if I had a cold. it’s tart, but lovely.” Read full tasting note
“I haven’t posted a tasting note in months!! Last semester I was in Spanish. I’m retaking the course, I got a D. I’m drinking this Blueberry tea because I just want to relax...” Read full tasting note
“I was at the store looking for a good blueberry tea and I came across Bigelow’s Wild Blueberry Acai. It’s one of my favorite teas that I have tried so far! It can be a little tart but...” Read full tasting note
Wild Blueberry Acai Herb Plus Antioxidant Vitamins A & C
Bursting with flavor, this caffeine-free herb tea provides a momentary break from the busy day. Best of all, it effectively delivers Antioxidant Vitamins A & C, shown to support a healthy immune system. Now while you’re enjoying the tantalizing aroma and blended flavors of rich, ripe blueberries mingled with tropical Acai berries, you’ll be sipping your way to a healthier you.
Blueberries may help ease your brain firing. A study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry suggests the fruit’s wealth of anthocyanins – the antioxidants that create the blue hue – foster neuron-to-neuron communication in the brain, which may help delay memory loss.
hibiscus, rose hips, natural wild blueberry and acai flavors with other natural flavors (soy lecithin), sweet blackberry leaves, blueberry fiber, grape seed, orange peel, cinnamon, Vitamin C (sodium ascorbate), Vitamin E (d-α-tocopheryl acetate), Vitamin A palmitate
Caffeine Status 0mg
Gluten Gluten Free
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I haven’t posted a tasting note in months!! Last semester I was in Spanish. I’m retaking the course, I got a D. I’m drinking this Blueberry tea because I just want to relax without going to sleep, say with chamomile tea. I like the blueberry taste. I feel like making a salad to go with it. I crave salad at the weirdest time.
This certain tea was too sour, so a spoonful of sugar did the trick. I do have to say that the smell is so much better than the actual taste of the tea. It tasted like blueberries, as expected, but felt a bit boring to me. I tried to make a second cup, but the tea bag had drained all of it’s flavor into my first cup. I had taken it out at exactly 4 minutes, but I guess this tea is pretty weak by the second cup. The tea leaves are pretty tiny. I personally would not buy this again.
Flavor-wise, this is one of the best teas I’ve ever had, and I love that it also has health benefits (immunity, skin, and more). It’s sweet with an underlying tartness, which I appreciate as I don’t like teas that are too fruity/sweet without any kind of “sour” undertone to balance it out. I would highly recommend this to anyone who likes the taste of blueberries!
I think this makes for a decent iced/cold tea.
A bit too tart in my opinion, but I like the blueberry flavour.
Be sure not to steep too long or it gets an overwhelming taste of horribly sour hibiscus. It is actually a bit sweet if steeped correctly, however.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity, Hibiscus, Sour, Tart