Love this tea. Tastes like I am drinking dessert. Only without the calories
“Love this tea. Tastes like I am drinking dessert. Only without the calories IT” Read full tasting note
“The main flavor here, weirdly, seems to be something like coconut? There’s none included in the blend, so I’m not sure where I’m getting that from. The red fruit flavor is tart and a bit...” Read full tasting note
“In its online description, DAVIDsTEA boasts about this tea’s cherry flavor. In my opinion, I don’t find this tea to have an obvious cherry taste, but rather a blend of fruity flavors, complemented...” Read full tasting note
“Floral and tart.” Read full tasting note
Will you cherry me
As soon as we laid eyes on this tea, it was love at first sight. Its gorgeous crimson liquor left us mesmerised. Its classic red cherry aroma sent our heart aflutter. But it was its irresistible balance of sweetness and tartness that truly swept us off our feet. Refreshing hot or iced, this blend of ripe cherries, hibiscus blossoms and little candy hearts will totally steal yours… or someone else’s.
Price per 50g: $8.98
DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.
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The main flavor here, weirdly, seems to be something like coconut? There’s none included in the blend, so I’m not sure where I’m getting that from. The red fruit flavor is tart and a bit artificial. I really don’t mind it. Not special enough to purchase again, but I’m glad to have tried it. It’s a pretty refreshing tea when enjoyed cold. It doesn’t taste like sweet tart candies, but it does taste both sweet and tart, so the name works!
In its online description, DAVIDsTEA boasts about this tea’s cherry flavor. In my opinion, I don’t find this tea to have an obvious cherry taste, but rather a blend of fruity flavors, complemented by floral undertones, which mix rather well together
Flavors: Cherry, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Rose
I got this yesterday for Valentine’s Day from my boyfriend… I’ve got to say he made some really good purchases! I love this one, it’s fruity, sweet and tart at the same time. Everything mingles well together. The dried leaves smell amazing, steeped it tastes different then it smells dry. I’m really enjoying it this morning… and it’s nice it’s caffeine free, because I’ve got to hydrate for tonight’s hot yoga!
Flavors: Apple, Cherry, Hibiscus, Sweet, Tart
I had enough Frequent Steeper points to redeem a free Tea of the Day, so I tried Sweet Tart. Oddly, the employee behind the counter didn’t ask me if I wanted a hot or cold tea, so I ended up with hot tea (by default?) At first the tart cherry was the only flavour that I could discern, but as the tea cooled a bit, some sweetness came through. It reminded me of sucking on a hard cherry candy.
Flavors: Candy, Cherry, Tart
I picked up one of the Valentine’s Day heart tins to try with this tea inside. The combination of ingredients seemed strange to me (carrots and raisins?) so I was apprehensive. I tried this one iced and it blew my mind. It tastes exactly like a pink Sweet Tart candy. The first note I get is nicely sweet and fruity and the back note is quite sour just like the candy. I really liked this one and am sad to have missed out on getting more. If this one comes back, I will definitely consider buying some more.
Flavors: Candy, Cherry, Sour, Sweet
This was a weird one for me. I really disliked it on it’s own-It was much more sour than I expected it would be. I suppose that to be fair, it tasted pretty much as described. There are very strong overwhelming hibiscus and cherry notes, with the beet and carrot sort of coming out a bit at the end. This is not a very complex tea, and is mostly just strongly fruity and sour.
However, I found that when you combine it with some white or green pure tea, the flavour softens up and is in my opinion much more pleasant. Overall, I really liked this blend much more when you are using it to mix with another tea than I do trying to drink it on its own.
Flavors: Carrot, Cherry, Hibiscus, Sour, Tart