Orange Passionfruit

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Apple, Beet Root, Carrot, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Organic Flavours, Raisins
Orange, Sweet, Smooth, Fruity, Orange Zest, Passion Fruits, Raisins, Tropical
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Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
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150 °F / 65 °C 7 min, 30 sec 10 g 16 oz / 487 ml

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Rise and shine, tea lover! Looking to start your day off on the right foot? This OJ doppelganger is where it’s at. One sip and you’ll feel like you can tackle anything life throws your way. Monday morning meeting? No sweat. 6AM swim meet? Bring it. But this juicy classic isn’t just for the breakfast table. Combined with tropical passion fruit, we’ve turned it into a refreshing iced tea you can enjoy 24/7. It’s sweet, vibrant and delightfully sunny – just like you.

Ingredients: Organic: Apple, raisins, carrot, beetroot, orange peel. With citric acid, organic orange and natural passion fruit flavouring.

Price per 50g: $8.98

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17 Tasting Notes

3972 tasting notes

This tastes oddly like Five Alive. So I guess that’s good.

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1758 tasting notes

Whew, what a day. I had a pretty good job interview today, ran into a former coworker and had a nice visit, was bad and ate delicious food at the food court (feel terrible now but damn, that mini DQ Blizzard for Miracle Treat Day was for a good cause! And I’m not ashamed to admit that I enjoyed the Pizza Hut personal pan pizza), plus picked up this and a bunch of other blends for the sale price. I wanted to grab another steeper, this time for my mom, but can’t seem to find anymore of those $9 ones despite checking two locations over the past couple days. Oh well.

And psst, that maple fudge talk a few of us were having the other day? I picked up some Maple Walnut Fudge at Rocky Mountain Chocolate, plus some Chocolate Pecan fudge since it was BOGO half off. Ugh! So ashamed, but I won’t try them until tomorrow since I already failed at the calorie game today.

ANYway, onto this tea. I have tried this in store not long after it came out and I wasn’t too impressed. I liked it but it seemed a little too sweet. Something possessed me to grab a tin of it today and I’m glad I did, because brewing it at home, it’s a lot more orange juice-like. I get a swig of that infamous DAVIDsTEA passionfruit flavouring at the beginning of the sip but it rapidly dissipates. But I’m not upset about that because this hits the spot for those times when you want orange juice but don’t want to drink your calories, you know? It tastes pulpy.


Meh I love my OJ. There are good calories and bad calories. As long as you aren’t eating/drinking empty calories and instead getting nutritional calories your okay even if you go over your count. People fixate too much on the numbers, they often forget the difference. OJ is only bad if there is too much sugar. I love the stuff with extra pulp (pulp=fibre btw)


I hope you like the fudge!! I found some of my Maple Pecan Oolong from Butiki so I shall log that tomorrow :D


I love OJ with extra pulp too. So delicious. I treat myself to it every once in a while. My problem is that the one time I’ve ever lost weight was when I obsessed over calories, cut major calories, and weighed everything. I kind of fell off the bandwagon lately with that but need to start up again soon.

I’ll let you know what I think of the fudge! It sure looks fantastic.

Oh man, Maple Pecan Oolong. How I wish that was still available.


I use MyFitnessPal but I don’t weigh anything. I just put in the general setting so I get an idea of what I’m eating without being controlled by it. I lost a good deal of weight that way. I also bought a fitness tracker (fitbit back then) I have since upgraded to a Garmin 230 so I get my steps and gps tracking of my bike rides.


I’m on MFP too! I’m glad to hear that weighing everything works for you. I know some say that calorie-counting and weighing can be unhealthy psychologically. Are you liking your Garmin? I have a Polar Loop at the moment. It’s great for tracking steps, and the chest strap is good for gym activities but it’s bad at accurately detecting when I’m standing for long periods of time.


I love my Garmin but I turned off the inactive meter. I don’t weigh anything for MFP. Honestly I mostly just guess. It’s more about being aware of what I’m eating than counting the actual calories :D I never use a chest strap with my Garmin and the 230 Forerunner doesn’t have a built in heart monitor. I like it that way so I can wear long sleeves and put the watch over top. If I want to I can pair it with a heart monitor and other fitness stuff but I really don’t care. I’m Aedon2 on MFP you can add me if you like.


I just bumped the MFP in discussion so you can see other steepsters that use it as well.


The awareness is what matters the most, really. Awesome, I’ll find you on there!

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85 tasting notes

Today was a long and stressful day with many hours spent in the car, school hoping from one interview to the next. I had a grand total of 8 interviews today and I am tired. Needless to say, I needed something that would start my day off with a punch and this was my go to. I enjoyed sipping it as I drove to my first meeting this morning, while I drove to my next interview, and after ward on my way to my third.

I just love how this tea makes me feel and the orange flavour is delightful!

Flavors: Orange, Smooth

195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec 10 g 16 OZ / 473 ML

Wow, when you said you had eight in another note, I thought you meant that you were the interviewer. How did you manage to squeeze in eight interviews in one day?! Wow, I don’t think I’ve been able to do more than two in one day due to bussing complications. I can’t imagine how exhausted you are now.


The first interview was for two positions at two different schools, the principals had paired up to interview together, then the next two were single interviews, the next one again two principals paired for a double interview, and then the next two were individuals. It started at 9am and went until 5pm. It was a lot of driving and hoping I would not end up being late for an interview.


I can’t imagine how hectic and stressful that must have been. Definitely keep us posted on the follow-ups and fingers crossed you get something! Now you need to treat yourself.


I accepted a full year contract teaching 3/4. I was busy this week preparing my classroom which meant very little tea was drank. But I was able to squirrel away a section in my cupboard for teas to enjoy while working. Interview season is a crazy time of year and I cannot wait for the day when I get a permanent contract and never have to partake in interviews again.


Congratulations! My mom was teaching a split grades 3/4 class before she retired.

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2398 tasting notes

I drank this iced – 1.5 tsp leaf/500 mL cold water/45 minutes (I recommend steeping at least 30 minutes if you only use a small amount of leaf)

This certainly stays true to its name. Lots of fresh juicy orange (tastes like Tropicana orange juice!), some tropical passion fruit flavour, natural sweetness of raisins and dried apple. I like the balance of tartness to sweetness. I was worried this would be sour, but I’m happy to report this is sweet with a bit of natural fruit tartness (but not sour per se). It is well balanced and I recommend this blend to those who like fruity herbals but dislike tart hibiscus.

Flavors: Fruity, Orange, Orange Zest, Passion Fruits, Raisins, Sweet, Tropical

Iced 8 min or more 1 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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512 tasting notes

This is a light and refreshing fruity/citrusy drink. The passionfruit flavor isn’t overpowering either, which is great as I am not the biggest fan of it.

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I was feeling very flushed/hot last night so I decided to pick out a tea that I enjoy iced that might also possibly have some sort of vitamin c sort of thing going on from the orange/citrus in it. I mean, I wasn’t sure if there’d be any benefits from the tea but it couldn’t hurt, right? It 100% helped cool me down and help me feel more refreshed/comfortable. Flavour wise it tasted very mellow and watered down, though. Not much passion fruit or currant; but a lot of orange. Still liked how it tasted, though.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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301 tasting notes

This one sounded really good, so I got it to go today. It’s not bad, it has a nice orangey taste but it definitely needed sweetener. It also sort of does remind me of orange juice. Orange juice with a slight passion fruit flavour. I like it, but it’s not a huge favourite.

Flavors: Orange, Passion Fruits

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All I can think of when I drink this one is Five Alive :P


^ Very accurate!


Oh Five Alive, that takes me back.

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13 tasting notes

This tea is really good! It smells so orangey and refreshing omg. The tea is really smooth, orangey with that slight hint of passionfruit.

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