Kanpe Tea

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Banana, Cinnamon, Coconut, Hibiscus, Mango, Natural Flavours, Papaya, Stevia Leaf
Berry, Fruity, Hibiscus, Cinnamon, Pineapple, Soap, Sweet, Tart, Tropical, Berries, Grapes, Plums, Stewed Fruits
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Caffeine Free
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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 g 17 oz / 488 ml

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Celebrate Haiti
We are so excited to be working with KANPE, an organization that seeks to put an end to the cycle of poverty by encouraging financial independence in Haiti. Our first step together is this tea, made with ingredients that celebrate Haiti’s rich culture and unique cuisine. It’s got hibiscus, a common Haitian folk remedy; mango, Haiti’s most popular fruit; plus other distinctly Haitian flavours, including cinnamon, banana, papaya, and coconut. It’s tart, sweet, and delicately spiced. All profits go straight to KANPE.

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145 tasting notes

Mmmm, Kanpe. It’s been too long.
I always drink this in my clear mug because the colour is so beautiful. It’s a dark, deep ruby red. I’m not sensitive to hibiscus and have never experienced any of the bad things about it that people talk about. To me this tea just tastes tart and sweet and lovely. Sometimes this actually tastes more like juice to me than like tea but whatever it is, I’m happy to drink it.


I love clear mugs…enhances the whole tea drinking experience…hold it up to the light. Hibiscus is high in vitamin C. You can make a spritz for skin or hair rinse mixed with white tea.

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411 tasting notes

I don’t care for this tea. I’m really not a big fan of most juice teas (especially ones with hibiscus), and this one’s too strong and tart for my taste.

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6 tasting notes

I can’t explain how much I love this tea! It was the first tea I tried from David’s (thanks Karen!) and I always end up restocking this one. It’s definitely a staple. I drink it cold, and kanpe is basically like drinking fruit punch! Not to sweet or over powering but very enjoyable.

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1 tasting notes

I liked this a lot as an Iced Tea. I haven’t tried hot yet. It has a great strong flavor and I love the fact that it’s a product that’s giving back too…

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1165 tasting notes

Quite good tropical flavour. It is slightly tart, and a little sweet.
I can taste the hibiscus and the papaya the most I think.
I cold brewed this.
I had this hot a long time ago when I bought this, but forgot to rate it.
It is certainly not my favourite, but it is refreshing.
Also, this is for a good cause, so I will be giving it a good rating.
I might re-buy this.


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108 tasting notes

It tastes like mulled cider! :D Very fruity, very deep red in colour. This will be lovely when it’s all snowy outside.

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95 tasting notes

I got this tea today in the hopes that it can replace my beloved Pink Flamingo that I am almost out of and can’t order again until January when it returns for a limited time.

I am happy to say I am not dissapointed. It is different from Pink Flamingo but is also wonderful. It is nice and tart. I will add another review later when I try it again but this tea is definately a keeper. And it is permanent.

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63 tasting notes

This is my second cup of Kanpe, and I’ve decided that it’s a keeper. I love the smell of the dry tea, it reminds me of Christmas, in a fruity way.The spices are definitely what makes this tea. I’m drinking it hot, but the last time I had it both hot and iced (Ok, I wasn’t super keen on it when I tried it hot before, so I didn’t drink much and just put it in the fridge). I’m thinking it may not have been strong enough before, but now it’s nice. I was happy that the hibiscus isn’t overpowering. I would buy this again, but I don’t think it’ll be a tea that I always need to have in my cupboard.

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5 tasting notes

This is ok, not my favorite. DON’T try to brew multiple cups out of a single scoop. I had to dump the cup out, couldn’t brave it out.

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5 tasting notes

Just barely drinkable. Too much hibiscus and too much cinnamon among a melange of unnoticeable fruits. For me, this one tastes exactly like it smells except more tart. I have 20 grams that I won’t be finishing.

Also, the sales associate told me they were phasing this one out so I didn’t really want to get attached to it in the first place.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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