Strawberry Ginger

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 45 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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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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21 tasting notes

Herbal teas aren’t always my favourite – I usually find them too bland or “grassy”. I was enticed to smell this in the store and bought a samples worth – strawberries and ginger are two of my favourite things, but again, herbal = skeptical.

I LOVE this tea! It is bright and flavourful – the strawberries are definitely the dominant (delicious!) flavour, but the ginger is there as well – bringing just a little heat and “zing” to the party. Also a favourite of my 10 yr old!

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254 tasting notes

What the hell is up with David’s Tea and hibiscus? Like rooibos, it seems to want to ruin any fruit teas that I’m mildly interested in.

It smells like it could be better, as it needs more strawberry and ginger than hibiscus, there is barely any strawberry flavor in this, and the ginger is there once you go through the hibiscus tart after taste.

Unlike rooibos, I am more indifferent to hibiscus, as it is not disguisting, but it seems to be overpowering potentially delicious blends, and it is becoming more commonplace in my recent David’s Tea blend purchases.

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27 tasting notes

The description of this made me extremely curious to try this out, since I’m always on the hunt for fruity, caffeine-free teas. A friend of mine told me that this one was delightful, so I ordered 100g and had high hopes.

The smell of the dry leaves is of ginger, with fruity background, not too much of strawberry. If it brewed up the way it smelled, I would be very pleased. The colour of this when steeped is a very pretty raspberry colour. The brewed tea has a funny aroma to it, that I identify with “artificial watermelon candy” (like watermelon Jolly Ranchers, which for the record, I detest!).

On the first sip I got a shock to my tastebuds because it is extremely tart! I should have expected this since this tea is rosehip and hibiscus based, and the tartness combined with the lemon myrtle gives this tea a very citrus-y feel. I think most of the shock was that I was expecting a sweet, strawberry taste and got the polar opposite. I don’t taste any spiciness from the ginger at all.

I added a touch of agave syrup to the tea to take the tart edge off, and although it did bring out the ginger more in the flavour profile, I can’t say that I enjoy this tea. There’s a funny aftertaste that I can’t quite put my finger on and I can’t stomach the idea of polishing off 100g of this.

I think if I’m in the mood for a strawberry tea, I’ll stick to Blazing Strawberries from David’s Tea.

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7 tasting notes

I like this one. A lot of people aren’t fans of it, and I think maybe I might like it a lot because its my first strawberry tea and I have nothing to compare it to!. The scent is extremely strong when you steep it and really fills the room…. but the ginger isn’t so overwhelming that it ruins the light taste of strawberry… I like this one both iced, and hot.

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19 tasting notes

I thought I would like this one. I love adding ginger to my strawberry rhubarb pies, and I thought, “Sounds yummy…”

It’s not. I couldn’t put my finger on what it was that was so off about the smell and the taste until another taster brought it to light. This tea really does taste like dirty strawberries—field strawberries. Though, to me, it tastes like the entire dirty plant, twigs, leaves, and the sad little berries that are no longer fresh.

The flavour is very unnatural and artificial to me. It’s not the worst and I’ll finish off the 50g I purchased on faith alone. But I would never buy this again. It’s just not yummy.

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89 tasting notes

Another favourite from Spring 2012. A good balance of sweet & spicy. Very nice iced, but also palatable when served hot. Count me in among its fans.

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1 tasting notes

This sweet smelling tea has the perfect balance of sourness.

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3 tasting notes

Tangy with a touch of ginger. There might be a subtle after hint of strawberry but not much. I didn’t enjoy this much until I added a touch of agave nectar to sweeten it up. I’ll probably drink the whole bag over time, but I’m not sure that I’ll buy more.

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14 tasting notes

On the outside this tea scared me. Ginger and hibiscus are not my friends. I had to try it though, couldn’t resist the temptation of a new tea.
Hot: It tastes very gingery. I was not a huge fan.
Cold: With agave to balance out the ginger and hibiscus this tea was AMAZING iced!!!! It was sweet and tasted of strawberries but also had a hint of a ginger taste. I would definitely recommend this iced over hot.

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