Iced Raspberry

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Natural Flavours
Flavors
Berry, Fruity, Raspberry
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Certification
Organic
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  • “Sipdown. I made this last week in my iced tea pitcher – 2 cups of hot water, then diluted with 2 cups of cold water and stored in the fridge. I have to admit that while I did smell the raspberry...” Read full tasting note
  • “Thanks Just Organic Tea for the sample! I’m enjoying this. It reminds me of a unsweetened McDonald’s ice tea with a slight hint of berry flavoring. When you open the tea bag, the berry smell...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I made this hot, to compare to the strawberry which I cold brewed. I found them to be pretty comparable, which means next time I would make it hot. Cold brewing means using more leaf for the same...” Read full tasting note
    81
  • “I love anything raspberry flavored, so you could imagine my excitement at seeing this particular pouch. Upon opening, the smell of the Ceylon and the raspberry mingled to create a nice malty, juicy...” Read full tasting note
    76

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Sipdown.

I made this last week in my iced tea pitcher – 2 cups of hot water, then diluted with 2 cups of cold water and stored in the fridge.

I have to admit that while I did smell the raspberry flavouring, I could barely taste it. It just tasted like a mouthful of cold tea, slightly overstrong and astringent. I forget it I added any sugar.

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514 tasting notes

Thanks Just Organic Tea for the sample!

I’m enjoying this. It reminds me of a unsweetened McDonald’s ice tea with a slight hint of berry flavoring. When you open the tea bag, the berry smell hits you in the face. But I don’t think that really translates itself into the flavor. That or the base is just really strong. All in all I like it, but I’m not sure I would pick it up again. If the berry flavoring was a bit stronger I could see this as a great everyday iced tea.

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I made this hot, to compare to the strawberry which I cold brewed. I found them to be pretty comparable, which means next time I would make it hot. Cold brewing means using more leaf for the same amount of water, and in this case there is no good flavor reason to do so. The raspberry is more sweet raspberry flavor than tart, but it was still noticeable in the final product. I would get this again.

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I love anything raspberry flavored, so you could imagine my excitement at seeing this particular pouch. Upon opening, the smell of the Ceylon and the raspberry mingled to create a nice malty, juicy raspberry and cocoa smell that got me jonesin’
But of course, dummy me let it steep for over 10 minutes in hot water what I was doing god knows what. I hardly tasted any raspberry at all, just drinkable jet fuel. There were trace amounts of astringency, but nothing I couldn’t ignore. I hope the raspberry comes through nicely when steeped properly, it could be real good!

leaf in hot water

i loled at ‘drinkable jet fuel’ :D

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Thank you for the sample, Just Organic Tea!

The aroma of this one smells soooo good. I rinsed my iced tea pitcher with hot water for a few seconds and dropped in the tea bag before heating up some more water. While I waited for the water to come to a boil, the raspberry filled the pitcher. Yum!

Taste-wise, almost like the strawberry iced tea, the raspberry flavoring could also be stronger – just some more flavoring to be even more enjoyable. Even though the temperature today didn’t reach above 45 this was still refreshing!

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Yay, another freebie from Just Organic Tea! I told myself I’d save this one until I was closer to being finished with the other teas in the tasting…Well, so much for that! My love for raspberry tea overtook things.

The dry tea smells wonderful. A deep, well-rounded and natural raspberry scent. Like raspberry jam, but with the strength of the Ceylon shining through. If the unflavored iced Ceylon I tried before is any indication, I have a feeling this isn’t going to be one of those teas where the fruit is all you can taste.

It didn’t come out as dark as the plain Ceylon. The resulting tea is more mild than I expected. The raspberry flavor is actually a bit on the subtle side. It’s definitely there, but not as potent as I am used to in fruity teas. The Ceylon is strong but not too strong, with a tiny bit of bitterness in the finish. It’s still quite tasty and I look forward to the rest of the batch. It’ll be nice as a first-thing-in-the-morning tea tomorrow.

Flavors: Berry, Fruity, Raspberry

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Just Organic Tea

Great feedback – thanks for the review!

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I’m from the south ya’ll. And while I don’t use “ya’ll” anymore, I grew up honestly thinking “flowerdy” was a word. Such as, “I sure do like your new flowerdy curtains.” So I claim to know a bit about iced tea.

I was delighted to review some iced teas for Just Organic. Raspberry was my first choice, since I love all things raspberry. When I was growing up, we would brew tea bags in boiling water and then add more water to it (after a lot of sugar of course). The packaging on this bag didn’t say if I should brew it straight up or dilute after, so I decided to steep it and then chill it. I like my iced tea strong anyway. It sat in the fridge for a few hours and then I had it over ice.

The raspberry flavor is behind the base a bit. Since I know it’s there I can find it, but it doesn’t slap me around. It was nice enough, and I will enjoy drinking the rest of the quart, but there was no wow factor.

You know what I would love to have in a tea bag at home, and what I hoped this would taste like, is the tea they serve at Biaggi’s. It’s black currant or something but tastes like raspberry. Can anyone get on that?
Just Organic Tea

Thanks for the great feedback! This really helps.

Tabby

I thought the same thing about this tea! The raspberry just didn’t pack a punch.

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