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Fruit Herbal Blend
Almonds, Apple, Artificial Flavouring, Banana, Coconut, Orange Peel, Strawberry, Vanilla
banana, Coconut, Honey, Creamy, Vanilla, Apple, Banana
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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec 11 oz / 335 ml

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  • “A huge thanks to ch3rryprincess for sending me a sample of this tea I’ve been so curious about (also, for the GIANT bag of Buttercream!! Oh, I’m so thrilled you have no idea!) Anyhow, I brewed some...” Read full tasting note
  • “thank you courtney for this sample. Even though i don’t much love coconut, i wanted to try this one just in case. While this smells really nice…as a tea it’s pretty gross. There’s a slimy oily...” Read full tasting note
  • “And another sipdown! (80) This one was easy because it’s not that special. It’s ok. I enjoy it. But I won’t miss it. Unless I had Malibu in it? That might help.” Read full tasting note
  • “this is a tea i would never buy because i don’t eat banana-flavored anything. i only eat bananas. but great that Davids sent me one of their little sample pouches cuz now i can try it despite my...” Read full tasting note


The hottest tea north of Havana

Its name is Copa, it is a tea blend. Big banana chips take centre stage, with a supporting cast of coconut, cacao, almonds, sweet apple, and strawberry pieces. Who could ask for more? One sip and you’ll see why this blend is a real star. It’s a fruity, sweet, exotically delicious way to heat things up. So go ahead and try a cup of Copabanana…you’ll fall in love.

Ingredients: almond, apple, coconut, orange peel, cocoa peel, banana, strawberry, vanilla.

Price per 50g: $7.50

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1112 tasting notes

Another sample from DAVIDsTEA which didn’t appeal to me in the slightest, but wound up being quite delicious! Creamy banana! I said banana creme pie and my husband said fried bananas. In any case, it should give you the picture: sweet, decadent, dessert-y. I put a little honey in our cups but I don’t think it was needed. I’d be quite happy with two oz of this in my cupboard, yes indeed.

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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289 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Banana with a hint of cocoa and coconut.

Liquor: Colour is a foggy banana white/yellow with a rich banana and chocolate aroma. Hints of coconut in the background.

Flavour Notes: Flavour follows the nose – rich and complex with sweet banana leading, and chocolate and coconut supporting the flavour.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

Banana, coconut and chocolate…. Sounds heavenly.

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343 tasting notes

Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box

This reminds me quite a bit of Davidstea Banana Bread, just without the nutty element. It’s ok. Like Banana Bread it really benefits from a long steep time and the addition of some sweetener. It’s not especially unique or flavorful and I’m getting a weird sourness to it which is odd since there’s no hibiscus. Happy to try but I think I’ll pass the rest of the bag on.

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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635 tasting notes

Sipdown #54

I’m researching the London part of our upcoming honeymoon. There are so many options for day trips from London! It’s really hard to choose. We have it narrowed down to include at least Bath and Stonehenge. Now we have to decide between adding Windsor (with Lacock optional), Salisbury, or a mystery UNESCO World Heritage Site.

I’m leaning toward the mystery. I normally don’t like not knowing when it’s about something as important as a trip abroad. But the company who offers that tour is rated very highly, and everyone says you’ll definitely enjoy the mystery site. So, I don’t think I’m really taking a risk. I really want to see Windsor, but I also want to give it the amount of time it deserves. Most people agree you can spend half a day to an entire day there. So, I think I’ll save that one for our next trip to England.


This was a free sample with my online DAVIDsTEA purchase from a while back. I really dislike banana-flavored things. So, I’m confident that this will not be a winner for me. The dry leaf aroma was nice and fruity with coconut and banana being the most recognizable scents. The brewed tea aroma was, again, mostly coconut. The tea was very oily and scummy. It looked a lot like chicken broth.

Hmm, the banana is fairly light in this. Mostly, I can taste almond, apple, coconut, and then a hint of banana. Phew! I don’t know how I managed to avoid banana in a banana-flavored tea, but I did! I suppose that should be a negative thing since this tea is called Copa_banana_ and people buying it are likely looking for a prominent banana taste. But for me, this worked out nicely in my favor.

I should note that the more I drink it, the more I get that scratchy feeling at the back of my throat that I sometimes get with DAVIDsTEA blends containing Stevia or artificial flavoring. Nevertheless, I quite like this cup, especially after the abominable Coffee Chai. Who knew this would be drinkable?!

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141 tasting notes

This tisane has really chunky pieces of dried fruit and nuts but this blend doesn’t go far because of the bulk. A 25g pouch only makes three cups and that’s pushing it. The recommendation is 2tsp per cup, but when a single teaspoon contains one banana chip and an almond, you have to use more.

The fragrance is great. Because you only have dried fruit and nuts with no artificial flavoring, it’s very clean and fruity. The brew results in what is essentially trail mix soup. It’s tasty but you could get the same effect from throwing some dried fruit into a teapot and it would cost much less.

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec

So true… Sad but true…

I love the idea of trail mix soup!

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757 tasting notes

Maybe I’m in a funk, but this one is just so so. I do like it as a caffeine free alternative to have at night, and it is kinda hearty and heavy feeling, which is good while it is still cold, but I am also picking up a very transitional taste with the fruit…like it is longing for spring, ad to be made on ice.

I find the flavour a little complex and I am not sure what to make of it. Sorta chocolately, a little strawberry and fruity, a bit almondy, and a bit coconuty as well. Kinda makes me think of a banana split.

I think this might have more of this again, but I think I prefer Forever Nuts to this, and Alpine Punch trumps all my non-caffeine teas right now.

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I went to DT today and bought so much stuff they gave me the tea of the day for free . Yay!

I was sure I wouldn’t like it because I usually don’t like banana (especially the articial banana flavor) but to my surprise it was really good.

It tasted like banana but not as much as I thought it would and it was not too sweet just .. the perfect kind of sweetness ;).

There was also a really good nutty after taste and a hint of coconut.

I’m now thinking about maybe getting some to try at home. What a surprise… Me and a banana flavored tea!

The only thing is that is was a little bit weak but maybe it’s the way the steep it in store.. I know it often happen with the tea of the day… :S

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658 tasting notes

This wasn’t bad. Actually, it was pretty good but unremarkable. I gave it a good hearty steeping but it still came out kind of weak and non-descript. Definitely banana-heavy, sweet, and tropical-tasting. I’ll have to try it cold like DaisyChubb as that sounds good.


It might make a good Pina Colada. I am looking forward to trying this one.


It was pretty good with a splash of rum and a spoonful of coconut cream!
It is pretty light on the taste though, bef def try it cold if you get the chance! I left the bag in overnight, that seemed to amplify the banana flavour a bit

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250 tasting notes

The smell is remarkable, like suntan lotion and those candy necklaces. Let’s hope the taste matches the smell…

Hot: The first thing I taste is the banana, but not fake, medicinal banana—this is the real thing (as it should be, since when I first opened up the pouch there was a HUUGE slice of dried banana on top!). After the banana there is a rush of other flavours, first coconut, then appleraspberryalmondorangecacao. So. Many. Flavours…

Iced: … Mouth ’sploded.

Now to eat the rehydrated mix. Om nom nom.

Boiling 8 min or more

I made 3 good batches of Iced tea with this stuff! Because it’s all chunks of yummy goodness, I just kept resteeping and it kept giving ^^


I just know this measly 25g is going to be gone before I know it…. sigh.

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650 tasting notes

It’s banana fruit salad. Well, it tea form. I’m not really used to banana teas. This is fruit, and good. (Maybe it should be iced?)

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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