Fruits of Paradise

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74 / 100

Calculated from 14 Ratings
Tea type
Green Tea
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Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Chamomile, Coconut Flakes, Green Tea, Natural Coconut Flavor, Natural Pineapple Flavor, Pineapple
Coconut, Pineapple, Sour, Tropical, Bitter, Tangy
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Typical Preparation
Use 10 oz / 295 ml of water
Set water temperature to 180 °F / 82 °C
Use 5 g of tea
Steep for 4 min, 15 sec
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“I love this fruity green tea when I’m not feeling my spicier or sweeter blends. It’s delicately balanced with flavours of pineapple and coconut, and a bit of a sour kick. I’m so sad that DAVIDsTEA...” Read full tasting note
“So, I don’t really remember drinking this one. I think it was generically fruity/sweet but ultimately really forgettable. Boo.” Read full tasting note
“A nice summer cup. Not too artificial like some of David’s fruity teas can be.” Read full tasting note
“I am not sure about this blend. It does have a very tropical flavor with the coconut and pineapple. The soursap does seem to have given it a very sour element. To me it seems a little overly sweet...” Read full tasting note


A little taste of paradise.

Whether you call it a prickly custard apple or a Brazilian paw paw, soursop is just about the most exotic fruit around. Creamy in texture with a bit of a sour kick, we just knew this cactus-like fruit would make a refreshing cup of tea. And we weren’t disappointed. When you blend it with coconut, sweet pineapple, green tea and chamomile flowers, it tastes just like a piña colada with a twist. Best of all, it’s perfect hot, iced or with a splash of rum. One sip and you’ll be whisked away to a sunny paradise in no time.

Apples, green tea, pineapple (pineapples, sugar), coconut flakes, sweet blackberry leaves, chamomile, natural soursop, pineapple and coconut flavouring.

Contains coconut.


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