Pear Blossom

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Candied Papaya, Candied Pinapple, Natural Pear Flavor, Peach Flavour, Pear, Rose Hip Peels, Stevia Leaf, Sunflower Blossoms
Flavors
Apple, Candy, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Sweet, Tart, Cinnamon, Fruity, Floral, Tropical
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Bulk, Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 5 g 16 oz / 478 ml

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One morning, we found this tea nestled in our favourite pear tree. It was fresh, delicate and still dewy from last night’s rain. So we took it out into the warm sunlight and waited until it grew deliciously plump and juicy. And once that fruity aroma kicked in, we knew it was ripe for the picking. Ready to get a taste? This mouthwatering infusion balances the sweetness of Anjou pears with papaya, pineapple and a floral kiss of sunflower blossom. Refreshing hot, iced and all year round, it’s pure pear-fection.

ingredients

Pear, apple (apple, citric acid), candied papaya (papaya, su gar), candied pineapple (pineapple, sugar), rosehip peel, sunflower blossoms, stevia extract, natural pear and peach flavouring.

Price per 50g: $7.98

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26 Tasting Notes

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4513 tasting notes

Sipdown! 118/365!

This is nice. Gently pear-flavoured, somewhat floral, sweet, and for the most part, uncomplicated. No hibiscus. Drinking it cold, which is probably the better way to have it, anyhow. The only issue I’m having is that there’s an artificial note that appears in the aftertaste, which is unfortunate as that is therefore the memory you are left with of the tea. It’s probably no worse than bottled beverages, but I don’t like it.

Not a favourite, but not bad for a fruit tea. I particularly approve of the lack of hibiscus.

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1528 tasting notes

Home – 11:00 PM

This is much tastier than I expected it to be. I’m so glad it doesn’t have hibiscus.

The fruity flavor is strong and juicy, a nice mix of peach, pear, and apple with a touch of pineapple. It’s both sweet and tart.

There is stevia here, but I’m okay with it. Obviously, I would prefer David’s didn’t add sweetener to any of their teas, but in this case it’s not overpowering.

It’s not often that I enjoy a fruit tisane so much. It reminds me of Peachie-Os. :)

Flavors: Apple, Candy, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Sweet, Tart

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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1921 tasting notes

I had to leave work a bit early today for No. 2’s teacher conference. It’s too early for dinner, and yet, I’m somehow starving. But, since I discovered this morning that I gained 5 lbs since the last time I weighed myself, I am back on the program in a big way. Which means no snacking.

Instead, I thought I’d have some herbal or fruit blend on the theory that the liquid might help curb the hunger. Or at least that by the time I’d made , drunk it, and written a note about it, it would be time for dinner.

The chunky mix in the packet smells enough like pear, though I’m also smelling the papaya, pineapple, and peach flavoring. I over"leafed" significantly given the chunkiness.

The mix makes a liquor that is canary-yellow and translucent though not clear. It smells like pear (sometimes) but also like apple and oddly, a little like cinnamon even though there is no cinnamon in the blend that I can see.

The flavor is very, very sweet. Candy sweet. But the pear is definitely there, and even more in the aftertaste than in the sip.

I’m with those that say this isn’t my favorite pear blend, but it’s still a good one.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Fruity, Pear, Pineapple

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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383 tasting notes

I really like this tea. The pear flavor is so clear. It’s light and refreshing. I wish I had more than just a sample of this one.

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2 tasting notes

This tea is a little more faint and light than I expected it to be, and almost had a slight hint of chamomile. Lots of floral notes can be found in this tea, and it’s almost as if they float around your mouth after you’ve taken a sip. However, the predominate flavour, for me at least, was peach. I would suggest steeping it for longer than five minutes, and with hotter water than I did. Otherwise, I would drink this with a friend over a dainty lunch, so that the fleeting nuances of flowers and peach are not lost.

Flavors: Apple, Floral, Peach

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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In store sample.

I liked the fruit flavours on the front of the sip and then the stevia took over. Blech.
Why do they do that?

Maddy Barone

I truly hate stevia in my tea. At least, maybe I wouldn’t mind it if I were allowed to decide how much to myself. But I generally prefer unsweetened tea. Stevia is a buzzkill for me.

evol-ving

You and me both. Clearly, we are not their market.

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14 tasting notes

This one is… interesting. I don’t dislike it (actually I do enjoy it a fair bit!), but it’s not at all what I was expecting. Opening the bag, I was met with a peach smell. Interesting, considering “peach flavouring” is the last ingredient listed. But I shrugged it off and assumed it would be like many other teas I’ve had – smell one way, taste another. But in drinking it, I’m primarily getting peach too. It’s mixed with…. something that I can’t quite put my finger on, but definitely peach. Luckily, I enjoy peach, and will happily drink this one again. Perhaps next time it will be slightly different, as other reviews have suggested.

Flavors: Peach

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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23 tasting notes

I have really enjoyed this tea! I is sweet and light and simple. I was a little worried about this tea at first but it is easily one of my favorites from the new harvest collection. It is similar to peach tranquility from teavana because it’s lighter. My only issue with this tea is the stevia, I’m not a huge fan of the stevia that keeps getting added to teas.

Flavors: Peach, Pear

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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80 tasting notes

Strange, clean, plasticy taste with some pear aroma and too much apple flavoring.

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1785 tasting notes

Not my favourite pear offering from DAVIDsTEA. After two rounds of iced Pear Blossom, I don’t think I’ll be picking up more. The dry leaf smells more like pear than it tastes. In flavour, I get a mix of pear, pineapple, and artificial peach. I think it’s that artificial peach flavouring that has been added that especially screws with the overall pear-ness of this blend. Then there’s the stevia, which while isn’t nearly as bad here as in other blends, the blend could have easily done without it.

Speaking of, I found a massive Bosc pear at Safeway the other day. Those are my favourite, but I’m curious how this one will taste because it’s quite literally the size and shape of a grapefruit, so way larger than an Asian pear too, which is something else. Looks nothing like a pear but still has that classic Bosc pear skin on it.

This blend makes me miss the Poached Pear blend from last year, which had cinnamon sugar doughy notes alongside a green rooibos base, and of course, I’m also a fan of Ginger Pear. This one is so flat in comparison. There’s worse, for sure, but there are better pear teas out there, in my opinion.

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