Goji Strawberry

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From Cornelia Bean

Ingredients: Apple pieces, dragon fruit pieces, sea buckthorn berries, chockeberries, goji berries, flavouring, kiwi pieces, pineapple pieces, papaya pieces, cranberry pieces, blueberries, citric acid, vitamin C

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513 tasting notes

I steeped a pitcher of this up again but I am still just getting apple and mixed fruits. I am really not able to draw out the strawberry or the goji very well. It is not a bad tea and I am sure I can get through my pitcher easily enough, but I am not sure this is one I will be reaching for again very quickly.

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998 tasting notes

I really like Cornelia Bean’s tisanes. This one is really good too. It’s more goji than strawberry, but cold steeped with a little white tea makes for a really nice iced tea. This makes me happy.


I just got a tea from zen tea called goji chokecherry strawberry and they look pretty much the same from the ingredient list. Have you had that that one as well?


I have some of the Zen Goji Chokeberry Strawberry but I haven’t tried it yet. Will have to do that soon and see if they are really the same. Interesting that Zen has added the Chokeberry part of it.


Caile, i just made a cold brew out of my Zen Tea Chokeberry sample and I thought it was fantastic, very refreshing.


Haha, I made some as well!! And I agree, it is very nice and refreshing.


Dexter – Both blends have the chokecherry in the ingredients so I bet they are similar at least, if not the same.
I haven’t been to Cornelia Bean in so long it seems – I do like their fruit tisanes as well. One day this summer we should do a meet up there perhaps. :)

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Sipdown (192/196)!

This was an easy enough sipdown to take with a cold brew so that’s exactly what I did with the sample from VariaTEA since this totally just screamed cold brew.

When I opened it up to set up the cold brew the smell was intoxicating and intense and smelled so strongly of sweet, borderline overripe strawberries. I knew in an instant that I would love this tea and I was so sad to be parted with it already. The colour of the cold brew threw me off a little though; it’s was really light and pale.

Taste wise: like a strawberry bomb went off in my mouth. It really was a sensory overload in the best way ever and now I’m crushed that this is gone. So, so sad. However, that makes two Cornelia Bean blends that I’d order in an instant which is actually 2/2 tried. That’s promising, and I have lots of other Cornelia Bean samples to try out so if there are a couple more I fall in love with then who knows – there might very well be a CB order in my near future!


Oh no. I didn’t really enjoy this one so much so I kept mixing it with other teas and cold brewing to find a combination that I liked. Instead I should have passed it along to you as you clearly appreciate it far more than I ever did.

However, my mixing did bring me to discover the combination of this and DAVIDs Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait, which made for a tasty cup.

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3245 tasting notes

This tea is both sweet and tart. I don’t know if I would call it a strawberry tea but it captures the goji berries quite nicely. However, as much as I enjoy apple in teas, it is adding a rather prominent sweetness that I wish was more mellow. I will have to see how this tastes cold brewed because right now I am not sure if this will be a restock or not. Luckily, I have 50g of this tea to help me decide.

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