Strawberry Ginger

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Herbal Tea
Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Blue Mallow Blossom, Ginger, Hibiscus, Lemon Myrtle, Marigold, Rose Hips, Strawberry
Ginger, Lemon Zest, Strawberry
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Edit tea info Last updated by Michelle
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 45 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Brewed this one up again today, mostly because it found its way to work somehow, and seemed appealing at the time! So why not. I seem to recall having hibiscus issues in the past, so kept the...” Read full tasting note
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Spice it up
We’ve all tasted strawberries with cream or chocolate, but have you ever tried them with ginger? It’s surprisingly balanced – sweet, luscious berries are the perfect match for ginger’s zesty heat. Here, we took this winning combination and amped it up even more with tart hibiscus, rosehips and lemon myrtle, plus fruity apples and blackberries. It’s a fresh new way to enjoy your favourite fruit. Caffeine-free.

Ingredients: Apple, rosehips, hibiscus, strawberries, lemon myrtle, sweet blackberry, ginger, blue mallow blossoms, marigold blossoms.

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132 tasting notes

i was hoping for a nice big, bold BANG of ginger from this one, but it really fell flat.
not much flavour at all, really. just very light and unassuming. like it didn’t care at all.
hahah, i will try blending in a little Ginseng & Ginger from Silk Road, that might up the flavour a bit to more of what i was hoping for. we’ll see!

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suggestion: Add a heaping amount next time and steep for longer..I really love this tea actually and I don’t care for ginger..check out my review..


yeah i really wanted to love it too! i will try that next time, thanks! :D


you are very welcome:)

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218 tasting notes

I’ve now finished the 25g of Collection bag I had. I came back to this one each time I had a cold/flu or even a hint of it over the last two months, and it never failed me. With a dollop of honey, this tea was a great pick-me-up. Glad I got some!

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709 tasting notes

The beau and I picked up 10 grams of this last March and promptly forgot about it. Though it smells appetizing, I fear the hibby is strong in this one. So many of Davids blends over the past couple years have been lackluster for me, with the notable exception of Berry Good which I adore.

Steeped, this is a coral liquor which smells very tart, like pink lemonade – that would be the hib, I assume. The taste is a shock of tart with some herby flavour in the middle and then all ginger and hibiscus at the end. I am not really liking it but it isn’t the worst herbal I’ve had. I am not getting any strawberry though, which is a definite problem. Strawberry was the selling point for me but all I have is tart ginger. I will try cold brewing the rest, I think, and see how that goes. If nothing else, the beau likes iced tea.

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775 tasting notes

hahaha it’s hilarious the amount of herbal teas with hibiscus in them that i never wrote notes for.

i would like to try this one again someday hopefully. i bet i would like it much more now.

first drank 05/28/2012.

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1184 tasting notes

This one is suprisingly good. I only got 12grams because I am not the biggest fan of ginger, and the hibiscus sounded a little scary.
It isn’t as bitter or ginger-y as I thought. The strawberry and lemon come out more than I was expecting. An unexpected taste for me!
I might have to get some more.

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Interesting, since most of what I was getting was gingery, even though I know I put a huge piece of strawberry into my teaball. Oh well!

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342 tasting notes

Cold brewed this, and added some sugar and I really like it! It was ok without the sugar, but very enjoyable with.

Iced 8 min or more

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1720 tasting notes

Received a sample of this in my last order, and it’s been steeping in the fridge for a couple days now (hey, life got in the way!). From memory, the dry leaf smelled refreshingly gingery and fruity. Time to strain the leaves and see what this is all about.

The smell is sure gingery. But the taste is… weird. It’s fresh ginger root mixed with strawberries, but the strawberries still taste like they’re hanging out in the garden; leaves, dirt, and all. Yeah, the combination of flavours even reminds me of a cellar. The only thing I like about this is I am experiencing a little heat from the ginger, otherwise, I’m not appreciating the taste of the dirty strawberries.

Half a glass in and I just need to stop right now. So disappointed that I can’t detect any rose hips. Not my cup of tea, for serious.


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658 tasting notes

This was better than I’d been expecting! Not as gingery as I’d feared, more just a refreshing gingery kick. Upon first sip, I did think it tasted downright bizarre and was worried. Then it grew on me, though not enough to buy more.


I tasted the strawberry, and I didn’t catch a wow of ginger, but I did taste a bit of tartness (though not like Paradise Found…holy hibiscus punch in the face!). It was just the in store sample though…

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51 tasting notes

I’ve been hankering for iced tea, so I made a big glass of this using 2 sample packs from DT. I like strawberry and ginger, so this sounded good. I cold brewed it for 9 hours.
Dry: Smells fruity and delicious. Yum, can’t wait!
Brewed: Deep reddish colour, from hibiscus probably. Very pretty. Upon it actually hitting your palette though, there’s this initial bitter/tart/burning sort of taste. I think it’s a combination between ginger and rose. Rose is a very predominant flavour in here for me, although reading the reviews no one else seems to think so. The noise that escaped my mouth after the first sip was something like “WLAUUUGHHH”.
Later on I asked the mister to try it. He immediately said “Tastes like grass…and…ROSES?! Ew!” He couldn’t detect any strawberry, although for me there was a nice flavour of sweet strawberry in the aftertaste.
I also had better luck getting this down when I only let it hit the back of my tongue; the initial bitterness was less pronounced that way. Keep in mind that this was also sweetened with a tsp of agave (which helped a bit, but oh man).
Ultimately though, between this being so hard to drink and being a free sample, I’m going to dump the rest and try again.

Iced 8 min or more

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440 tasting notes

I am intrigued and yet disappointed all at the same time with this one. I feel like they tried to improve on Blazing Strawberries but just . . . missed. The strawberry smell is lovely but for me when I drink this each sip is either water with a backhint of fruit, or . . . strawberry plant. I felt like I was drinking my perfume I have from Fresh called Strawberry Fields. I don’t think I’ll be stocking up on this one. Which means I’ll be stocking up on the Blazing Strawberries still on my David’s tea wall instead I guess!

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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