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Fruit Green Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Peach, Candy, Strawberry, Fruity, Smooth
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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Got a sample of this and it is so wonderful. I want to get more! The sample was in a tea pyramid but did not seem to be an issue with amazing flavor. Fruity and floral with a wine like taste....” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m really getting sick of flavored green tea but this was sent to me as a sample by Lupicia in their newsletter so of course I had to try it… This is one of the pyramid teabags, and before I read...” Read full tasting note
  • “I was so sure I’d reviewed this that I’d put it in the cupboard. The shame. It might have been because it’s not a favourite – this is one that leaves me fairly indifferent. In the bag, the dry leaf...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is a sample I received forever ago in a Lupicia Monthly Newsletter. I actually forgot I had it as it wasn’t even recorded in my virtual cupboard here on Steepster. I literally stumbled...” Read full tasting note

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Green tea and green Rooibos flavoured with white peaches and grapefruit. “Yorokobi”, which means “happiness”, will delight you with its colourful flowers and refreshing flavour.

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358 tasting notes

I have tried this, Lupicia number 8508 from Lupicia France, under the name Belle Journée.

And it´s such an interesting idea, a green tea with rooibos. It was a sample, so worth risking, I was quite unsure if I was going to like it, but indeed it works and it´s oddly refreshing.

I am usually not a fan of grapefruit flavours, and it´s noticeable here, though the peach is more prevalent. I will probably not buy it because of the grapefruit, I might tire of it, but it´s certainly interesting on its own.

Brewed the way Lupicia insists, boiling water 2 minutes, it works (have given up doubting them on how to brew their teas).

Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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1904 tasting notes

I received a bag of this tea in the GCTTB. It was a welcome hot drink today as I’ve been out in the cold and rain digging up invasive weeds at a local park. The scent of the tea is surprisingly alcoholic, like some sort of fruit wine or liqueur. I taste a bit of booziness in the flavour as well, though it gradually mellows into a honeydew melon flavour as it cools. The odd thing is that according to the description this tea is supposed to be flavoured with peach and grapefruit, neither of which I really taste – it’s rather strange.

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML

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638 tasting notes

No, definitely not my cup of tea.

It’s an artificial peach flavour. Kind of like a the cheap peach wine coolers from the 70’s.

Flavors: Peach

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5573 tasting notes

Sipdown (126)!

Thank you Liquid Proust!

In Canada Lupicia teas are fairly hard to get a hold of without swapping with someone else, which is what I did in order to try this sample, or joining a larger group order. I’ve only tried a handful of their teas, but generally speaking I’ve enjoyed most if not all of them. That said, I’ve read almost entirely negative, or at least relatively critical reviews about this particular blend so know I have some expectation bias prior to trying this blend. With the sample I have, I decided I’d cold brew this tea because I thought it would work well for the fruity aspects but also the dual bases used.

My first thought upon trying this was that it tastes very familiar. I realize I drink a lot of tea, and so it’s no uncommon for new teas to bear a resemblance to ones I’ve tried before but I’m talking serious Deja Vu with this tea; I was convinced I’d had the experience of drinking this one before even though I know I haven’t.

As for the actual flavour of the blend I do have to say the peach element comes through the clearest to me: I made a recent discovery regarding peach, actually. I’ve always thought of peach as a flavor that I could go either way with but someone at work recently pointed out to me that I’m actually very consistent with some peachy things and that’s either “Peaches & Cream” or “White Peach”, both of which I regularly like. So I did a little bit of research (I asked one of our produce clerks the difference between white and yellow peaches; that counts, right?) and it turns out the main difference is the acidity – yellow peaches have a much more noticeable acidity that only levels out as they ripen while white peaches are more delicate and naturally sweet, ripe or not. They’re also a little more floral. Makes sense to me.

So in addition to the clear and enjoyable flavour of white peaches, I tasted a few other fruits – however one fruit I didn’t observe was grapefruit which is actually the flavour that’s supposed to be present. Instead I tasted a more mellow strawberry flavour which was a great compliment to the peach notes. Chef Darcy, at work, tried a little of the cold brew and said he tastes peach and green melons and while I didn’t taste that melon flavour myself I can see where he was coming from: there was a sort of “bubblegum” sweetness, and as I’ve observed from honeydew teas sometimes the flavor of of those two things can be similar. As for the bases, visually I know there was more green tea in my sample but the taste of the green rooibos was a lot stronger in my opinion. I really like the green rooibos that Lupicia uses though – it’s one of my favourite of any company’s.

Overall, this was a really great experience – not just for the flavour, but for the little journey of self discovery that it took me on.

Flavors: Candy, Peach, Strawberry

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659 tasting notes

Nope. Nope nope nope. I got a sample of this in a Lupicia mailer. I decided to try it out without looking at the ingredients so my impressions would be unbiased. Right off the bat, as soon as I opened the wrapper this smelled unpleasantly medicinal. Like cherry cough syrup. It tasted like artificial cherry until I checked the ingredients. Now it tastes like apricot (which isn’t one of the ingredients either), but still medicinal and just… off. Thankfully, this one’s a sipdown!


Rooibos? It is pure cherry cough syrup to me. Bleh.

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2337 tasting notes

Lupicia is determined for me to try this. I’ve somehow ended up with about five sample sachets of this one.
In the sachet t smells rather tropical. This is slightly worrying, as I don’t particularly care for tropical, but I think no one does fruit flavors better than Lupicia, so I’m willing to try.
Aaaaand….. Its kinda bland? Maybe my samples have not aged well. I’ve got more to work on, so I can refine the opinion.

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82 tasting notes

Fairly fruity tea; the green tea is subdued and in the background. Mostly peach and other smooth fruit flavors, overall an okay tea.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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795 tasting notes

Grapefruit and peaches translate to lychee to me! Sample from the Lupicia newsletter. It tastes good, but pretty similar to most of the green tea fruit mixes. I wouldn’t buy it, but I wouldn’t turn down a cup either.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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388 tasting notes

Nope, didn’t really like this one. Too much of a perfume taste… peach comes out after but the perfume bit is too strong for me. Does smell really pretty though!

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636 tasting notes

This came in my Lupicia mailer today. I have had a few flavored green teas that I like. This was a bit much for me. I get a potent fruity green tea. I get a fake peach taste with a hint of citrus. This one was not really for me.

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