Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Natural Pineapple Flavor
Flavors
Nutty, Pineapple, Tropical, Cocoa, Flowers, Lychee, Thick
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Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “This one is quite nice- a different twist on the pineapple black tea. There’s a nutty, almost cocoa-like note here, that is reminiscent of unripe or ripening tropical fruits- A nutty, slightly...” Read full tasting note
  • “this is a weird tea. lol Another from MissB’s adventures and one i was curious given that most pineapple teas tend to be greeen/oolongs. this is… not a tea for me. it’s not at all like i want it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Found this next to a black kiwi flavored tea in an Asian grocery store, middle of nowhere, France. They had lots of loose leaf teas as well to try, but this one spoke to me for whatever reason....” Read full tasting note
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From Kwong sang Tea Company

Found in an Asian grocer in Grenoble, France. Label on the bottom states it’s both a pineapple and lemon tea (in French and Dutch only); in English it just says pineapple. No other information on the packaging, other than it was imported to Europe by Liroy B.V., The Netherlands.

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932 tasting notes

This one is quite nice- a different twist on the pineapple black tea. There’s a nutty, almost cocoa-like note here, that is reminiscent of unripe or ripening tropical fruits- A nutty, slightly sour tang.

The aroma of the liquid in particular reminds me of generic jack fruit and soursop smoothies, and it has that thick quality to taste. I can’t place it, but it’s good. Thanks for passing this along, MissB!

Flavors: Nutty, Pineapple, Tropical

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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10143 tasting notes

this is a weird tea. lol Another from MissB’s adventures and one i was curious given that most pineapple teas tend to be greeen/oolongs. this is… not a tea for me. it’s not at all like i want it to be when someone says pineapple..and there’s a weird spicy? note to this one that confuses the heck out of me lol. Still though, fun to try and maybe one of the girls will have better luck! lol

OMGsrsly

Ha! But the tin says:
Pine
Apple
TEA

OMGsrsly

So… pine and apple? Or pineapple?

Sil

probably pine and apple lol

MissB

Well, glad it wasn’t just me that right it was weird. Kinda kicking myself that I didn’t grab the kiwi version now.

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1495 tasting notes

Found this next to a black kiwi flavored tea in an Asian grocery store, middle of nowhere, France. They had lots of loose leaf teas as well to try, but this one spoke to me for whatever reason. Came in a tin, then in plastic, and filled to the brim with loose black tea. Looks like a mix of Chinese blacks.

The base is quite beautiful. It’s rich and aromatic, like a soft nut, with a touch of something floral and then a tropical sweetness to it. The flavor is like a green pineapple, which is interesting to me considering I’ve only ever had it once, and it’s used only for medicinal purposes (where it’s even eaten at all). There’s a flowery note as well, plus way back there something chocolatey and rich.

It’s quite an unusual tea; think lychee or green pineapple and it’s pretty darn close. Not sure if I’ll drink the 50g of it, but it was inexpensive and easily shared.

Flavors: Cocoa, Flowers, Lychee, Pineapple, Thick, Tropical

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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