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
Edit tea info Last updated by Anlina
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 g 17 oz / 488 ml

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  • “Wow, I was really surprised by how much I LOVED this tea!! Loved it! I remember trying Sleigh Ride from the Advent Calendar and despising it, but this one is amazing. Iced! I should say Iced! I...” Read full tasting note
  • “I disliked this tea with my first sip. I liked the fruitiness, but combined with the cinnamon it didn’t initially sit well on my tongue. Additionally, the tartness of the hibiscus followed with...” Read full tasting note
  • “Delicately spiced my arse. This tastes like apple cider to me, probably because of all the cinnamon. And wow, is it ever taaaart!! I really really wanted to like this one. You feel guilty not...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown! This stuff is so very, very sweet* and juicy that I don’t think I’ll be reordering it, but it was interesting to try! Edit: *Nope, tart. My mind is useless today and I can’t type.” Read full tasting note


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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105 Tasting Notes

570 tasting notes

Another cold brew adventure. We are starting to narrow in on the fact that I only seem to like fruit blends and herbal teas when cold brewed. I’m drinking this one right now, it’s my second big timolino of it, so I think we may have a winner. I think I might need a little less sugar in it, though. It’s sweet to the point of being tart, but it leaves an almost spicy, cinnamon aftertaste on the tongue.

Flavors: Cinnamon

Iced 8 min or more 2 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

This one to me was an ok substitue for Pink Flamingo before it came back. I did find myself drinking a tea the other day and wondering where the cinnamon flavour I remembered was. I must have been thinking of this one but drinking something else.

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154 tasting notes

This is like a tastier version of Tazo Passion. I can’t wait to taste it iced. It’s a bit too concentrated & sweet when hot.

212 °F / 100 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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4 tasting notes

I bought this tea when David’s had their 40% off boxing day bonanza and ended up with 250g haha.

It isn’t my favourite because of the hibiscus(?) I found it very tart. I have only tried it hot so I am excited to try it iced. I have so much I could try in every single way possible.

I do LOVE the colour, which looks adorable in my blue/white tea cups.

I also need to add that the blend of cinnamon and tropical fruits just isn’t sitting well with me. Anyone else?

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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206 tasting notes

Here’s Hoping Traveling Tea Box #9
Can you say fruit punch?!?!?!?!
This is definitely fruit punch as tea. Wow. I love it. I wish I would have kept the rest of this when I had the box. Shoot! Well I cold steeped this and actually forgot about it and it was amazing! Wow. What more is there to say? So fruity. So yummy. Bliss!


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290 tasting notes

It is fruity, tangy, spicy (that cinnamon type of spicy) and sweet, altogether in one cup! The hibiscus is not all that obvious, it is overpowered by the tanginess. It has the perfect amount of sweetness to go with the very slight spice. I just really love the combinations of ingredients in this tea.

I would recommend it to all you fruity-tea lovers!

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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71 tasting notes

I want to like this. But the cinnamon threw me right off. Tropical fruits and cinnamon together.. just no thanks. I’ll finish my sample and that’ll be it.

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4 tasting notes

This is by far my favourite choice from DAVIDsTEA. Organic, fruity, and PERFECTLY spiced, it is good hot and cold, whatever you’re feeling. I like it best steeped as long as possible, but it is good any way, honestly. It’s sweet enough to not need any sweetener, and herbal so no dairy. SO GOOD.
I would recommend this tea to anyone, enjoy!

Boiling 8 min or more

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8 tasting notes

When we go to a mall with a davidstea we always stop and buy loads of new kinds we never tasted. In fact this time the Kanpe tea was the tea of the day. After tasting it me and my friends took one to go. Next time we went we wanted an other one and the girl asked us if we wanted it iced so we gave it a try. I love this tea iced so much, It will defenitly will be my fav summer drink.

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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1000 tasting notes

What can I say. This is my favorite fruit tea. I love it. It’s perfect. It’s fruity, sweet, tart, with just a wee hint of cinnamon way in the back. I buy 100g tin every time I place an order with DAVIDsTea. That’s how I’m stocking up on tins for my other teas…..

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89 tasting notes

I hate to say it, because this tea was created for such a good cause, but… I just can’t with this one. Not even for charity. You know when you haven’t eaten in awhile, and you can sort of taste your own stomach acid? This tea tastes like that to me. My original notes on this one, back from the first time I ever tried it, say: “Satan serves this tea in hell”. For that reason, I’m scared to ever try it again. I want to love it! I want to love it for charity! I need to learn to make friends with hibiscus in my tea, I think. If you’re a hibiscus fan, then drink up and feel good about yourself for all the good that you’re doing in the world by enjoying this cuppa, but until I acquire the taste myself, I’ll just be over in this corner, reviling this tea (but feeling appropriately guilty for it, I swear!).

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