AquaRosa

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Berries, Blackberry, Blackberry Leaves, Elderberry, Hibiscus
Flavors
Fruity, Hibiscus, Tart
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Bulk, Loose Leaf, Sachet, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Jodie
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “My brother in law brought this tea for me from France. He doesn’t know much about tea and asked someone there to recommend some good teas for a family member. Unfortunately neither he nor the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I tried this on a train home, and since this is my first review I wanted to try a tea that’s completely new to me instead of reviewing a tea that I already know and love. I will say that I did...” Read full tasting note
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From Kusmi Tea

AquaRosa, a fruit tea from Kusmi Tea, is inspired by Abyssinian pink tea, a blend based on hibiscus, originally from East Africa.

Its intense blushing pink colour offers a clear hint to its tangy and fruity flavour. Made from hibiscus, the main ingredient that gives it its pink tinge apple, and red and black berries, this rich blend is a real call to summer.

Theine-free, this fruit tea can be drunk hot or iced at any time of day.

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My brother in law brought this tea for me from France. He doesn’t know much about tea and asked someone there to recommend some good teas for a family member. Unfortunately neither he nor the person selecting the tea knew of my disdain for hibiscus in teas.

From the dry scent, I could tell it would be a tart, fruity tea. I prepared in advanced by mixing in some honey before I drank it. It helped a bit but that devil dog we call hibiscus still is prominent. I cannot fault a dog for being a dog. But I don’t think this tea is on any of my favorite lists.

Flavors: Fruity, Hibiscus, Tart

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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I tried this on a train home, and since this is my first review I wanted to try a tea that’s completely new to me instead of reviewing a tea that I already know and love. I will say that I did drink it in a paper cup – please don’t judge, it’s the only thing they had – so that might explain why I didn’t like this tea very much.
The first thing I immediately tasted was the berries, which to me was the strongest flavour in this tea. Then I got the hibiscus, which I like a lot, it was almost as intense as the berries. The tea itself is very sweet in its taste (and I didn’t put any sugar in it). It reminded me of Gummibärchen, you know, those Haribo bear things? That’s the first thing it reminded me of, along with a bath with candles on a late summer night, which I think the name of the tea evokes as well.
The flavours died rapidly though, and I think it was either the apple texture (which I loathe), or just the paper cup.
AquaRosa is not a tea I’d drink for fun, but I do think it’s pretty nice if you need comfort on a long trip. I recommend it iced more than hot, as well.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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