Having this with a teaspoon of honey tonight. The honey offsets the tartness of this tea. Much better! Increasing my rating on this one a little.
“Very thirst quenching cold brew! In total, an 11 hour steep which yielded a delicious citrus grapefruit juice like drink with a refreshing kickback from all the eucalyptus (I’m reaching the end of...” Read full tasting note
“My overall opinion of this tisane hasn’t really changed since the first time I tried this. Sour citrus and eucalyptus just isn’t a taste I gravitate towards. I do kind of like the light orange...” Read full tasting note
“Eh, yuck. Last time I tried this, it was a cold-brew that was absolutely awful due to the hibiscus and oversteeping. So I tried a regular hot brew to taste both hot and chill this time. Sadly,...” Read full tasting note
“Given I have not been having the best time with hibiscus today (and yet keep making teas with it), I am surprised to actually enjoy this one. It’s quite tart, and I am enjoying that aspect of it...” Read full tasting note
Ready for spring break? Try this sweet, citrusy cocktail of oranges, tangerines and lemongrass. It’s got hibiscus and beetroot to turn it a natural shade of hot pink, plus blackberry leaves for a sunny burst of Vitamin C, apple and carrot for extra sweetness, and eucalyptus leaves for kick. Sound irresistible? Try it iced. In a martini glass. With a splash each of cointreau and gin. And a paper umbrella. Caffeine-free.
Ingredients: Hibiscus blossoms, apple pieces, carrot flakes, blackberry leaves, eucalyptus leaves, lemongrass, beetroot pieces, freeze-dried tangerine/orange slices and artificial flavouring
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I am a huge fan of citrus so the tangerine notes of this tea sing for me. Though it is definitely better brewed cold, this tea still works warm, with an overtone of tartness and tang. The lemongrass is subtle, and the beetroot makes it brew a beautiful brilliant pink color, without any earthiness. Although the color is strong, its a weak brew that needs more than a couple minutes to really impart taste, and shouldn’t be rebrewed.
Flavors: Lemongrass, Orange, Tangy, Tart
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My last tea to try from the box! Another offering from David’s.
This basically tastes like hibiscus orangeade… There’s not really much else to be said about it. I suppose it would be refreshing iced, but I really hate it when fruit teas have hibiscus – it overpowers so easily, and it’s so tart…
Boo hiss, David’s!
Flavors: Hibiscus, Lemon, Orange
I bought 6oz of this tea strictly to make it iced. The weather is turning to spring and I wanted plenty of good iced teas to choose from and I don’t drink soda. This has a strong citrus smell when it was dry but when it was brewed it was more eucalyptus than I expected, which was nice because it was nice and cool and refreshing.
Pink Flamingo is an herbal tea. It turns your tea a dark-ish pink (like a flamingo?). Apparently, Flamingos are white, but their coloring comes from their diet (i.e. shrimp, and I think the shrimp get their color from the red algae).
This tea is quite tangy, probably because of all the citrus and the lemongrass. I’m not the biggest fan of tangy teas, but this one was pretty good I must admit. It is a good way to start (or end) a hot summer day :P
I opened the bag and the overwhelming smell of grapefruit hit me. It’s interesting, because there’s no grapefruit listed in the ingredients.
Brewed, it’s a gorgeous clear red colour. Hot, it tastes quite tart to me. I don’t get a sense of individual flavours.
Cold, it really just tastes like tart hibiscus to me. I still don’t taste any of the other ingredients.
I think I’ll have to find someone to take this one off my hands.