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“Organic black Keemun tea from China with natural blueberry flavor.”

Use 1.5-2 tsp. per cup; brew for 5-6 minutes.

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1230 tasting notes

Backlog, from the Here’s Hoping tea box

I love IKEA. I love their bistro, cafeteria eating, furniture displays, wandering in the showcase, digging in the As Is section, assembling my cool furniture and all their cool swedish goodies.

Finding this IKEA tea was like “WTFBQQ they have loose leaf tea?” I’ve drank their tea at the bistro, it’s like that red rose stuff.

Taste? Ehhh, I thought it wasn’t bad. Tasted like black tea (malty with some bitterness) and artificial blueberries. It was much better iced – turning into that classic snapple like iced blueberry tea. If this IKEA tea was hella cheap, I’d buy it just for making pitchers of iced teas for the family. Other than that, probably best to find a better quality blueberry black tea.


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6770 tasting notes

Thanks Jillian
I brewed this one “lukewarm” for about 8 minutes.
It’s a very weak black tea base with subtle blueberry flavor going on.
This is pretty good cold but lacking for a HOT and Strong Black tea or Flavored Black Tea. Regardless it’s alright cold. Nothing much to say about it, really, that hasn’t already been said.

I’m happy I was able to try it and would probably exclusively drink this cold.

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1887 tasting notes

I tried adding milk and sweetener to this tea like some people suggested, but I didn’t find much of an improvement. There was maybe a tad more blueberry flavour but not enough for me to revise my rating of this tea. This is one tea that’ll probably go up for adoption some time in the near future.

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358 tasting notes

First cup of the morning from the Traveling Tea Box. I didn’t even know that IKEA made tea! I saw that it was a blueberry black tea and knew that I had to try it. One of my favorite teas is The Republic of Tea’s Wild Blueberry.

Sadly, this one is lacking. The dry leaves smell more of malty black tea than blueberries. I was expecting a strong blueberry scent while the tea was brewing, like other blueberry teas I’ve had. I couldn’t smell anything at all! There is only the faintest hint of blueberries if you put your face directly in the cup. The flavor is robust and malty, with a light blueberry aftertaste. There is a hint of bitterness that lingers, even after adding milk and sweetener. I’m glad I was able to try this tea, but I think I will stick to my juicy, bursting-with-blueberry-flavor Wild Blueberry tea. :)

One of our foster kittens just stuck her face in my tea! She has actually done this every day since she has learned to jump up on the table. As soon as she hears me making tea she comes running. All annoyingness aside, it is pretty cute. She’s the runt of the litter and we found out yesterday that she will be staying with us for two more months since she needs another (sigh) hernia repair. I am not complaining – I love that little tea drinking cat!

-Dry blend has medium black tea leaves and twigs.
-Dry leaves smell of malty black tea with a blueberry aroma. Tea liquor aroma is lightly of sweet blueberries.
-Tea liquor is a cloudy very dark brown color.
-Robust malty flavor and finish. Faint blueberry aftertaste with a touch of bitterness.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Poor tea. Very weak blueberry flavor with a lingering bitterness.

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no Ikea carried tea either!


oops, meant to say «no idea they carried tea»

Josie Jade

Me either! I’ve never even been to an IKEA store, although we have one within a 3 hour drive of us. I may have to go in now! :)

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58 tasting notes

The blueberry flavour is there, but it’s definitely subtle. Adding milk and sugar enhances it, and it’s great for mornings.

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Whoa, what? IKEA tea? You’re blowing my mind, here. Though I guess I shouldn’t be completely surprised. I have a friend who swears by the sparkling pear water soda concoction they have over there, though I have yet to try it.


It’s actually quite good…and even though I was skeptical, at $2-something for a bag, I figured I didn’t really have much to lose. :D

What I like most of Ikea’s is their lingonberry juice. Awesome. :9

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59 tasting notes

The blueberry flavor of this tea is certainly subtle—unfortunately, I think, a bit too subtle. It’s inoffensive…but it’s barely a whisper. The flavor might be heightened with milk and/or sugar, but on its own its flavor is not really a good approximation for—for example—Tealuxe’s Blueberry White.

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13 tasting notes

The blueberry flavor is subtle, which is a good thing for me. It’s a nice aromatic mid-afternoon or morning tea.

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2 tasting notes

It is a nice tea with subtle, real blueberry flavour.

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52 tasting notes

A good morning tea to drink with milk, with a light blueberry flavor.

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2247 tasting notes

There was really no flavor here, blueberry or otherwise. It’s usual that I can’t taste any blueberry flavor in teas. And the black base for this was very mild and flavorless too.

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