Mamma Mia

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Hibiscus, Orange, Rose
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  • “The more I sample David’s Tea products, the weirder their overall profile seems to me; they’re very much like Teavana in that way. It’s basically a concept/execution issue, as the ideas are often...” Read full tasting note
  • “I feel like I may have steeped this one too long, and am dreading the hibiscus… Anyhow, the tea smells pretty floral, cinnamony, and strong. Reminds me quite a lot of potpourri, really. And for...” Read full tasting note
  • “Mamma mia, what a lot of hibiscus, my my how can I get rid of you. There is TOO much going on in this tea. It’s tart, it’s fruity, it’s cinnamony, it’s nutty, it’s sweet, it’s causing my face to...” Read full tasting note
  • “Ok… strange. I thought that I’d give this a second chance, and it’s a good thing I did? It’s still a fruity cinnamon mess, but this time the cinnamon balances better with the fruit – I don’t...” Read full tasting note


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This bright, rosy-pink tea has everything you need to feel loved. There’s calming hibiscus, warming cinnamon and reassuring rooibos. Sweet pineapple, papaya and peaches. Comforting rosehips, apples, elderberries and raisins. Uplifting mallow blossoms. Supportive orange peel. Caring pieces of coconut and almond. It’s a jumble of love and support and happiness. Word to your mamma. Caffeine-free.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, apple, raisins, rooibos, candied pineapple, candied papaya, orange peel, coconut chips, rosehips, elderberry, mallow blossoms, peach, almonds, cinnamon.

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I picked this up on my very first DT visit last month, where it was on sale and looked interesting enough to justify the purchase. Yeah, there’s definitely a lot going on in this tea. Pretty sure I recoiled when I first opened the bag and sniffed.

I really can’t imagine this as a hot tea (one day if I’m feeling saucy enough I might just try it), so I cold brewed a glass of it in the fridge for probably too long. It made a perfectly serviceable cold beverage, though I found the cinnamon a bit too prickly, and something was giving it a sickly edge. (Maybe it was the hibiscus, which everyone here seems to detest, but there are just too many options in the list of ingredients.) Not something I would get again, yet not nearly as unpalatable as the smell led me to believe.


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237 tasting notes

Smells lovely…very cinnamon with fruity whispers and a touch of nuttiness.

I heaped more in and steeped longer I need full flavor with the fruity ones:)
Once steeped smells the same..all the notes much stronger now.
It’s a lovely rich crimson color which I adore.

Well it’s a tarty tart tart.
The cinnamon is awesome.
I like this tea..but I doubt I would buy more I got it in an 85 gram special edition tin..and I’m not totally convinced I’ll get a yen to finish it..but maybe it’ll grow on me .
It’s yummy,tarty and a punch of cinnamon but I’m still unsure..I believe it to be quite nice…maybe in the winter it will be the right drink on a cold night..I wanted this to be like “mulled wine” that DT did for a short time for a lark and never brought back..I’d prefer that mulled wine…PLEASE bring it back!

I’M WILLING TO SWAP THE REST IN IT’S LOVELY TIN..if anyone’s interested give me a shout!

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41 tasting notes

I can’t drink this one hot (it was sickly sweet to me), but I really quite enjoy it iced

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22 tasting notes

Grabbed a cup to go on my way to an awards nominee announcement thing. Hoping to hear my name in that list! This unexpectantly lovely tea is giving me something to do with my hands while I wait with nervous anticipation. Oh goodness, just announce everything please!
Not sure if this is something I’d stock at home, but it’s quite lovely while I’m out and about. The cinnamon is there, but doesn’t seem like I’m eating a spoonful of it, which can sometimes happen with cinnamony teas. Just enough fruity to balance it all out.

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12 tasting notes

Not sure how I feel about this one yet. It smells heavily of cinnamon or cider, but packs a tart punch. I think there might be too many flavours going on at once, but I’ll save my final judgement for another cup.

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24 tasting notes

Ok, so I bought this in the store, it was on special in the 2 for 5 area. After reading the reviews on here I figured I would give it a shot anyway. First I tried it hot. It was bearable, but I definitely understand all of the comments about mixed flavors! I finished my cup. Now I am currently drinking it iced. I cold steeped it last night. It still tastes pretty similar…confusion with all of the mixed flavors. It is ok to try but I won’t be restocking when it runs out.

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165 tasting notes

Not my cup of tea…In the store, it smelled really fruity and tropical but I really didnt like the smell when I got home. When I got home, I was hit by an overwhelming scent of hibiscus and cinnamon. When steeped, it smells alot like alpine punch (which I hated!). This one is more bearable than alpine punch though, I still find myself dreading every sip. I would agree with the other comments about it being better iced. I’m letting it cool down and already, less hibicus and more berries. I’m glad I only picked up about 10g…I’m glad I trieed it but definetely will not be getting any more of this one.

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Bought this tea as a 2/$5 in stores without really looking at it. When I went to try it today, I was worried when I saw hibiscus as the first ingredient, but I made a large mug anyways. I actually really like this tea. The hibiscus was not an issue for me at all, and I’m a big fan of cinnamon which was definitely strong in this tea. There is a lot going on, but overall I will probably repurchase when I run out of my 25g :)

ETA: I have had this tea a few more times after my original tasting note and love it even more. 25g is not close to enough! Try it more than once.

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I don’t know what everyone is ranting about on this tea. I find the flavors go together well and you get a kind of taste explosion when you drink it in a good way. It is slightly tart but I love tart tasting things. I guess this is a tea that either you like it or you really don’t but personally I loved it

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