Raspberry Herbal

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Apple, Hibiscus, Lemon Peel, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Peppermint, Raspberry, Raspberry Leaves, Rose Hips, Spearmint
Raspberry, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Hibiscus, Mint, Tangy, Tart, Rosehips
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 45 sec 72 oz / 2123 ml

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Our Raspberry Herbal tisane is a mixture of rosehips, hibiscus, orange peel and raspberry flavor that produces a bright, great-tasting tea. It looks especially tempting when brewed in a glass teapot and served at parties. Enjoy it hot or iced.

Ingredients: Rosehips, hibiscus, orange peel, raspberry flavor, apple pieces, lemon peel, spearmint, raspberry flakes, peppermint. Contains natural flavors.

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564 tasting notes

Having a cup of this iced. It’s significantly better this way, and I’ve stopped caring about the tartness. It’s soothing my throat after the coughing I’ve been doing. I still won’t be restocking but if I’m lucky I might sip this down in the next few days.

Of course a new box came in today after my tastes started going really off! My American Tea Room stuff is here, but I’m not going to dare trying anything else new until I’m over this.

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100 tasting notes

Blleearrrgh! Way too artificial tasting for me. Reminded me of cheap sugary fizzy drinks without the sugar.

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30 tasting notes

NICE herbal refreshment after returning from a martial arts immersion weekend, and about all I can take! First ingredient is hibiscus, but with no detectable hibiscus note, my guess is that it’s mostly for color. I can taste the rosehips (lovely), the citrus zest, and the mint notes. The cup has gotten cold as I’ve been catching up on the computer—and it’s also pleasant iced—but I think the raspberry was more discernible when it was still hot. I think I can also taste the apples. While this bag was saved with my usual one in, one on the side maneuver from a cup on the go, I would buy this tea, or attempt to blend it myself.

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rose hips are always a good addition to tea in my opinion

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4151 tasting notes

I’m skipping B&B’s advent today of Rhubarb & Custard.  Another blend I only have a tiny bit remaining.  
A sample from my order a couple months ago.  It’s a tea I’d drink for free but probably wouldn’t pay for.  I love raspberry but this is more hibiscus than raspberry.  Luckily I didn’t notice the mint here, I’d rather it be full raspberry. I did guzzle it down so fast with my dinner though that I had time for a second steep the same night.  That’s something I hardly ever do… usually the second steep is left for the next night.  The blend somehow dries my mouth right up, so maybe that is why I drank it so quickly.  But Harney can do better than this one!
Steep #1 // 20 minutes after boiling // 1-2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 2-3 minute steep
2022 sipdowns:  120


Might have to change your name to tea-guzzler if you keep up this pace. :P


Haha, sure – “tea-guzzler” would certainly be a more interesting handle! I’m trying to fit a ton of sipdowns into the December last minute crunch time to meet my goal for the year, which means more tasting notes from me than usual. :D


I love Rhubarb & Custard, it’s definitely going to be part of my next order once my cupboard is under control.


Tea Sipper sounds much more refined. Tea Guzzler is more like the cookie monster of tea drinking IMO, which I find amusing. Good luck on your sipdowns!

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287 tasting notes

I had a sample of this in their pyramid bag. It turns the cup a delightful red color. I used it with my large Frankenstein themed cup – which I love. Pretty smell and color – but I did expect more. Raspberry is there, but it is not especially strong. Brewed 8 minutes in boiling water. It’s possible it needs to be iced as the flavor did come out a bit more as it cooled. I find it slightly one note, however.

Flavors: Raspberry

Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 7 OZ / 207 ML

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2267 tasting notes

Single bag from a tea box. It’s pretty tart and fruity. It’s not too exciting, but it’s okay. I just taste nondescript tart fruit, but it was fine to have cold. There are much better teas with a similar profile.

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1212 tasting notes

Happy National Raspberry Cake Day! Today the prompt is to drink a raspberry tea.

I got a sample of this long ago from Tabby, who doesn’t like hibiscus teas. Cold brewed the whole sample in a liter of water overnight, and strained this morning. It’s been my water bottle companion on a hot summer day of attending Pride in my small, extremely Red/Conservative/Religious town. The Pride event was so nice and really helps to not feel so “alone” in a community like this one.

I drank my whole water bottle while out, and have now refilled it with the last of the pitcher to drink with the raspberry cupcake I brought back from the festival. The tea is cool and refreshing, with a tart hibiscus punch, some lingering raspberry flavor, and a cooling mint (I don’t normally like mint/hibiscus blends, but I’m actually really digging this one). My cupcake is sweet and fluffy with a creamy frosting and a jammy center, and it accompanies such a sweet treat well.

Thanks, Tabby!

Flavors: Fruit Punch, Fruity, Hibiscus, Mint, Raspberry, Tangy, Tart

Iced 8 min or more 4 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

Happy Pride day! :) Your cupcake sounds really good.


You are never alone as you have all of us here if you ever need us.


mrmopar said it.

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1815 tasting notes

A tea bag from ashmanra. Thank you!

I am quite surprised it is so underrated. Actually people really hate it. I don’t see it that bad! Maybe I am much more used to drink those hibi blends.

It was actually quite tasty for me. It was mostly hibiscus, that’s right, but I noticed quite lots of raspberries, fresh and ripe. It was bit tart, as I have expected, but rasperries were genuine for me. Haven’t noticed any artificial flavours.

I look into ingredients list now and there should be spearmint and peppermint but haven’t noticed them at all.

Overall decent tea. Certainly not one of the best, but I can imagine it offering it to others :), at least it got actual fruit notes.

Flavors: Raspberry, Tart

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 300 OZ / 8872 ML

I am glad you enjoyed it!

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735 tasting notes

After the hibiscus disappointment that was Organic Passion Plum, I’m a little hesitant to try this. It’s the same, finely ground style of herbal.

The water changes to a dark hibiscus magenta again. It shouts over all the other ingredients, even the raspberry. Overall, the flavor is tart and fruity and kind of reminds me of children’s cold medicine. I find myself missing the plum version’s cinnamon. This one just isn’t for me. And I usually love raspberry teas! I’ll probably make a big batch to drink as iced tea around the house just to use it up.

I think I’ll be going back to Teapigs herbals…

Flavors: Fruity, Hibiscus, Raspberry, Tangy, Tart

2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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226 tasting notes

Another tea that I got for Christmas…

It’s not bad, though contemplating saving it for iced tea in the summer.

low 70’s, maybe high 60’s.

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