Berry Good (organic)

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Fruit Pu-erh Blend
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Blackberry, Strawberry, Sweet
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I can’t believe how authentically strawberry this tastes! Like all out garden strawberry flavor! Today it’s a bit more tart, but that’s fine by me, it just seems like a less ripe strawberry. The...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is much better today!! How did that happen… Verrrrry berry, a tad tart… total yum! not very “pu’er” like though so it doesn’t fill that particular craving. I let it cool down to room temp...” Read full tasting note
  • “Had some of this again last night. This is the first ‘new release’ from Davids in a few years that I have truly loved. We have used nearly 50 g in the last few months which actually is a lot for...” Read full tasting note
  • “Borrowed a sample of this from my pregnant friend whose tea i’m babysitting lol. I’m not feeling the pu-erh in this blend but it is a tasty berry blend. It’s sweet and tart at the same time. I...” Read full tasting note


Keep calm and berry on

They’re sweet. They’re juicy. And they’re good for you. Really, there’s no sweet treat more wholesome than a berry. Well, unless you mix it with super-healthy pu’erh tea, that is. And this deliciously fruity tea just so happens to have both. With earthy pu’erh tea, sweet strawberries, blackberry leaves and strawberry leaves, it brings all the goodness of the berry patch right to your cup. It’s great hot, iced, or with cream, sugar and a cookie or three.

Ingredients: Organic: pu’erh tea, blackberry leaves, strawberries, strawberry leaves, hibiscus. With natural flavouring*.

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1904 tasting notes

Well I tried the longer steeping time but the flavour that creeps in isn’t fruit or berries – it’s quite distinctly hibiscus. Ick.

I may have to lower this tea’s score because – while on the rare occasion hibiscus can work for me in a cold tea – I invariably hate the taste of it when it’s hot. This is no exception.

Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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43 tasting notes

super strong berry flavor! not unpleasant though.

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290 tasting notes

Honestly, where are the berries? Okay maybe I taste them a little bit. The berry flavor is really slight, practically unnoticeable and it’s only in the aftertaste. Why would they give the tea this name if it can’t live up to it? It basically has no flavour at all, I’m pretty disappointed.

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The perfect balance of berry; it’s not overbearing yet has the perfect amount of sweetness. Good both hot and cold, two completely different experiences!

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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104 tasting notes

Huh. This was an odd one for me. Not in a bad way. I was recommended this tea for an iced tea, but I actually prefer it warm.

Iced, this tea starts with a strong hit of hibiscus (sorry for all you hibi haters), then fruit, then the pu’erh. I found it the opposite when I didn’t chill it. Warm, you initially get a strong hit of pu’erh (very earthy) and then it finishes with a the fruit, with a slight hint of hibiscus (I found once you ice it, the hibiscus kind of explodes). This will be a fantastic tea to start getting into spring with since it’s fruity but not bad as a hot tea.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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