Blueberry Creme

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Black Rooibos Blend
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Blueberry, Cream, Rooibos, Vanilla, Berries
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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This delectable blend of blueberries and cream will have you remembering those long summer days. With real dried blueberries and vanilla cream flavor.

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3134 tasting notes

I admit that I picked this tea up a bit on a whim. I was curious, but the one blueberry-flavoured rooibos I’ve previously tried was vile, and so there were a few bad associations with it. However, this one has creme. And excellent reviews. And then, I needed to round out a second Try Me pack…. so onto my list it went!

Immediately once I opened the packet, I knew I’d made a good decision – this tea smells like real blueberries. Real, creamy, delicious blueberries! This delicious aroma is maintained post-infusion, and has permeated my room (which is surprising, given that I have a very strongly flavoured Root Beer black tea in an adjacent cup).

The flavour, though milder than I would like, is creamy and does taste like fresh blueberries. No off flavours! The rooibos is really not an issue here at all, which is great! I would perhaps use more tea next time (2-2.5 tsp per cup instead of 1.5) to intensify the flavour, but this is pretty enjoyable as is. Another excellent evening tea, and another hit from Della Terra!

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Only issue I have with blueberry teas is hey tend to get a little gross after a few months!


Or ones with rooibos do at least! Hoping this one lasts!


def ones with rooibos. Also the Blueberry jam from Davids, that one was organic though. I imagine that means it spoiled faster

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Azzrian Thanks!

This one is pretty tasty! I like that it has black tea AND rooibos! The blueberry is plump and juicy and real. There is just that little bit of cream or vanilla flavor that makes you realize it’s more than just Blueberry! It’s fruity yet smooth! The very best part, for me, is NO HIBISCUS! YAY!


Death to hibiscus! ;) A blueberry tea without it sounds heavenly…


DAVIDsTEA has the Blueberry Jam blend that is hibiscus free and really delicious as well. I personally haven’t had a blueberry with hibiscus but from the tea’s I have had with it I don’t think it would really fit well.


I don’t think I would mind the hibiscus in general, if they don’t over do it. But I think if they got to put something balance out the sweet, they should pick something else….what I have no idea.

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59 tasting notes

To reward myself for trying to move away from “dessert” teas lately, I switched it up and got to go back to a nice, sweet dessert while lesson planning! I’ve reviewed this tea before and it’s just as good the second time! This time, I heated up some vanilla soy to steep with my water, though, so it’s like a little blueberry cream latte. Perfect for this mild January morning!

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8177 tasting notes

Snuck a small cup of this one from kitenna’s tea. The label says creamy blueberry, but I’m going to assume this is just a name changed tea since its looks the same. This one smells amazing…and man is it a creamy blueberry tea. This one makes me wish it was ice cream I was eating. Pretty darn good, though it won’t replace orange cream for me heh


Whaaaaat, same tea?! Gypped. At least I like it.


Actually, I think it doesn’t have the black tea in it, so you may want to move it to Creamy Blue (and by that I mean create a listing for it, haha).


meh. it’s logged and i’m not allowed to drink any more :P


I just thought of this blend!

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Sipdown!! (196)

Thank you Josie Jade for sharing this with me. I am actually quite impressed because this is definitely both blueberry and creamy. No astringency to be found and just a hint of rooibos to round it out. Definitely a nice tea.

Flavors: Berries, Cream

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Josie Jade

Glad you like it!


It was very good. Thank you for sharing!

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2243 tasting notes

Thanks to Nicole for her stash reduction! I’m thrilled to try some of these teas I know I will love… starting with this one. I love this one. I had it the other day without reviewing it and I already wanted to try it again. I’m eyeing the bag and wondering how many more cups I can get. I think rooibos, blueberry and creme are perfect together and a great blend idea for a tea. The scent and flavor to me is entirely blueberry muffin batter! Yum! It’s very silky smooth! I really like it!


I am so glad it went on to someone who liked it!

Della Terra Teas

Thank you. :)

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470 tasting notes

I really don’t know why I got an ounce of this instead of a sample. Odd, since I am not a huge rooibos fan. But anything with cream in the name is usually a winner for me, so I went for it! And thankfully, it was successful. I cold brewed this because the last time I cold brewed a rooibos, I really couldn’t taste the negative aspects. And indeed, no medicinal taste here! It is woodsy and has that rooibos-y flavor moreso than black tea, though there’s still some signature black tea notes. A wee bit malty, and honey-sweet.

The blueberry flavor is so damn authentic! Really tastes like fresh blueberries. And the cream, yumm. Ties it all together, this tea works way better than I thought it would. Kind of like… iced blueberry yogurt, only not heavy and very refreshing.


oooh, this sounds good!


You made me want to try this really bad!

Della Terra Teas

Thanks for the great review! So glad you liked the blend. One of our personal favorites.


I honestly wasn’t even expecting to like it cause of my dislike of rooibos and ended up totally loving it! Your blends are done very well, everything “pops” in the right way!

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769 tasting notes

Well, this is not a tea about which I can find much nice to say. :(

It’s very pretty before steeping. The dry smell had something odd… what is that… don’t think I like it… what is it… oh, it’s like liquid Tylenol. Like medicine. Okay. Not looking forward to trying this. Hopefully it’s just the smell, right?

Nope. It tastes like cough syrup or the liquid medicine you get as a child. Not because it is sweet. No, it is simply medicine-y. I can taste maybe a bit of blueberry and some of the vanilla. It’s a very smooth tea.

Perhaps that is the rooibos. I haven’t tasted many rooibos teas to be able to tell – they aren’t my favorite. I think I have had about 2 that I like and they were all blended with black teas.

Anyway. This is not my cuppa. I couldn’t make myself drink it all. I’m not even sure I could drink it to be polite if it were given to me.

Perhaps others would like it better. I foresee it coming up in a swap offering. :)

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Cough syrup tea :( It might be the rooibos, I find it to be quite medicinal.

Scott B

Pretty much every fruit-flavored rooibos tastes medicine-y to me. Of course, perhaps the flavoring exacerbates the medicine taste.


Glad to know it isn’t just me. :)

Scott B

If you are looking for a caffeine-free tisane,I’ve had good luck with Upton’s Rooibos Chai and TeaGschwendner’s Winter Magic (that one’s not available til the holiday season). They are both predominantly spice-based tisanes and I think that makes a difference.

Madeline Alyce

If you want to swap it, you know where to find me ;) Our reviews of this couldn’t be more different, haha!

Madeline Alyce

Oh no, wait, I just realized you were stash clearing out this tea! Boo!


@Madeline Alyce if I can’t get my stash to taste just right with future steepings I’m up for a swap!:)

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358 tasting notes

I think that I ordered this tea thinking it was only rooibos and would be good to have a cup of at night. Last night I went to make a cup and realized that it had black tea and rooibos in it, so I decided to wait until this morning to have a cup. The dry leaves smell strongly of sweet blueberries and rooibos. I’m not loving the mediciney smell from the rooibos, but hopefully it won’t be too strong in the flavor. The tea smells like warm blueberry jam. The flavor is slightly malty with a juicy blueberry finish. There is a nice sweet cream aftertaste. I added a little sugar, which brought out more of the fresh blueberry flavor. Then I added some cream and it made the cup very dessert-like, like a rich, creamy dessert. I think I prefer the Blueberry Crumble to this one, but this still isn’t bad. And luckily not a whole lot of the rooibos flavor comes through.

-Dry blend has medium black tea leaves and small pieces of red rooibos with large dried blueberries and small blue petals.
-Dry leaves smell strongly of blueberries and rooibos. Tea liquor aroma is of warm blueberry jam.
-Tea liquor is a clear dark reddish brown color.
-Slightly malty flavor with a juicy blueberry finish. Sweet cream aftertaste.
-Milk and sweetener optional.
-Good tea. Fresh blueberry flavor with a hint of cream. Not a lot of rooibos flavor noticeable.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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863 tasting notes

A sample and a sipdown thanks to Kittenna!

Blueberry has just been my thing lately, what with the 52teas reblend and all. I was excited to get to try this and compare the two, even though it’s not a straight comparison. I just wanted to see how the two blueberry notes stacked up more than anything.

I can tell there’s rooibos in here just because there’s a slight woody note that isn’t present in the straight black 52teas blend. It’s not bad, just an extra part of the flavor. Here the blueberry is juicy and tart, but then the cream comes in to prevent any astringence in the swallow. This is perfect to drink straight and would make for quite an iced tea in the summer, I’ll bet.

Which – summer might actually come this year after all! The high today was 67! Allllmost to the 70s at last!

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