Berry Poppins

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Hibiscus, Orange Peel, Rose Hips, Rose Petals
Flavors
Berries, Hibiscus, Vanilla, Apple, Apple Candy, Cherry, Tart, Sweet, Blackberry, Berry, Blueberry, Cream, Raspberry, Strawberry, Artificial, Honey, Smooth, Pastries, Plants, Creamy
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 45 sec 12 g 17 oz / 507 ml

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  • “This was enjoyable when it first came out, but my tastes have changed a bit since then. It’s still not bad, but I sold the rest of my stash. Only kept a little to make this review. Definitely very...” Read full tasting note
    62
  • “Berries and vanilla and a bit of sweetness and a bit of something artificial. This tea is, thankfully, from before the time that DT began stevia-ing everything to death. I am drinking it...” Read full tasting note
    70
  • “I am not a fan of this tea hot. It’s definitely better iced but still not my favorite-there’s just something off about it and I don’t know what it is. I’m going to see if any of my friends wanna...” Read full tasting note
  • “This was the very first loose leaf tea I tried and bought on a whim. At the time of purchase I bought a 4oz and have maybe 2oz left. After drinking half of it I started to explore and expand,...” Read full tasting note
    85

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Rich, dark, sweet and addictive – is there anything more delicious than a perfectly ripe blackberry? Not that we can think of. And with this unbelievably fruity tea, you can capture that fresh-off-the-bush taste anytime, anywhere. Served hot, it’s like a warm slice of blackberry pie. Over ice, it’s like a scoop of blackberry sorbet. With apple, hibiscus, rosehips and blackberry, it’s better than good… It’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

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52 Tasting Notes

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306 tasting notes

This was enjoyable when it first came out, but my tastes have changed a bit since then. It’s still not bad, but I sold the rest of my stash. Only kept a little to make this review. Definitely very berry like, with the taste of hibiscus as well. I’m also detecting a little vanilla flavour. Not a bad tea, but not my favourite.

Flavors: Berries, Hibiscus, Vanilla

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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Berries and vanilla and a bit of sweetness and a bit of something artificial. This tea is, thankfully, from before the time that DT began stevia-ing everything to death. I am drinking it hot. I like the whiff of juicy black and red berries that comes up from the steam in my tea glass. I like the tartness of the hibiscus with the mix of berry and vanilla. I save myself from the artificial flavours by underleafing somewhat: strong enough to steep up a bright red flavourful cup without much of the nonsense.

Flavors: Apple, Berries, Hibiscus, Vanilla

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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I am not a fan of this tea hot. It’s definitely better iced but still not my favorite-there’s just something off about it and I don’t know what it is. I’m going to see if any of my friends wanna try this one but I’m keeping the cute lady bug small bucket it came in though!

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85
2 tasting notes

This was the very first loose leaf tea I tried and bought on a whim. At the time of purchase I bought a 4oz and have maybe 2oz left. After drinking half of it I started to explore and expand, meaning since then I’ve had this tea sitting in my cabinet and have not touched it since. It is a great tea, and I do really enjoy it when I want something a little more tart as it’s great hot with a little bit of honey. Although it’s certainly not my favorite, I do enjoy going back to it occasionally since it was really the first tea that got me into drinking tea.

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85
11 tasting notes

Love this tea! Reminds me of drinking Kool-Aid…nah seriously, it has a wonderful tart cherry flavor, perfect for hot or cold steeps.

Flavors: Apple Candy, Cherry, Tart

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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313 tasting notes

Probably not the best time to evaluate a tea when you’re under the weather, but never mind.

I fear that, following a visit to the doctor earlier this week, it’s become clear that I’m going to have to seriously restrict my caffeine intake at the moment, for the sake of my poor, beleaguered oesophagus. This is going to be tough. This is also going to mean taking a closer look at a lot of the herbal and fruit stuff I’ve got in my cupboard.

(Except for mint, apparently, which pains me greatly. I LOVE IT SO MUCH)

But anyway. For someone whose sense of taste and smell is probably decidedly askew, I will say that of the two ways I’ve had this prepared in the last 12 hours, I liked it hot and lightly sweetened better than cold and unsweetened. I do find with some of these flavoured and fruity things that you get a taste of artificial sweetness coming through, which I oddly find is only tempered by adding a bit of actual sugar. And I’m VERY sensitive to artificially sweet tastes, and I also hate them.

Otherwise, a scrummy, berry brew! What tartness there is isn’t overwhelming, which I’m grateful for. I look forward to giving the cold brew another go when I have all my senses back properly… sniffle cough wheeze

keychange

Oh no! Feel better.

Sami Kelsh

Thanks keychange! I can’t talk now, but I almost otherwise feel normal! Been sipping on standard super-honeyed ginger tea all day to try and clear out all the badness :p

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99 tasting notes

I’m not a big fan of fruity-tooty teas hot (warm kool-aid?), but this makes a great iced tea! I like to mix it with lemon lime soda and make a spritzer (is that like, sacrilegious?).

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237 tasting notes

Mmmm pouch smells like candy,mouth watering. Brain meet berry ,Berry Poppins meet primate brain. Nom.

Used extra in my DT iced tea maker after following heat of water in my breville then poured and steeped extra long. Then popped in about 4 trays of ice cube trays.stirred and slipped it into the fridge. Then poured over ice and here it is rich berry color. In a DT tumbler. First official day of my vacation. My first iced tea. Time to relax like I can’t even..

Taste is sweet. I’m glad I steeped it extra no watery nonsense.
Pretty nice. A nice tarty taste to wake up your mouth.
Sour,sweet,tart…but it does taste a little too artificial " splenda syndrome" for me. I’m glad I only got the 25 g pouch. I really wish it tasted more real and less fake. I think this tea suffers from more style then substance. Less refreshing because of the artificial cream in it. Also where is the taste of rose petals? Just a bit of a mess.enjoyable but I couldn’t drink this in any large quantity. Cest la vie. One less tea.

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14 tasting notes

It’s good, but it’s not over the moon. It’s pretty nice though, it has a hibiscus and apple base, but with a nice complexity. I don’t plan on buying any but it was good treat.

Flavors: Apple Candy, Hibiscus, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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4 tasting notes

I love this fruity tea! My 9 year old tried it and is absolutely hooked, and that’s good with me, as it has no caffeine.

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