Blueberry

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Blueberry, Earth, Jam, Musty, Sweet, Wood, Fruity
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Ha! Joke’s on me: added a tea bag of Bigelow’s Wild Blueberry Acai thinking to add antioxidants to my blueberry-scented tea and after steeping, I taste mostly hibiscus. So this really is a tasting...” Read full tasting note
    77
  • “I bought this tea after finishing my stash of “Blueberry Fields” from TeaSource. Figured it couldn’t hurt to try a similar tea from a different vendor. This tea smells like blueberry, without a...” Read full tasting note
    77
  • “First time trying this even though I’ve had it for almost a year. Whoops. I saw the base look quite fine, so I knocked 30 seconds off of the steep. Tasting it, I think it might be the same base...” Read full tasting note
    68
  • “The blueberry taste is certainly true to the berry but I find that Lupicia has a fairly dense base (if that makes any sense at all) that doesn’t pair well with what should be a light and fruity...” Read full tasting note

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Blended with the fruits and leaves of blueberry, offering a subtle sweet flavor.

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8 Tasting Notes

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119 tasting notes

Ha! Joke’s on me: added a tea bag of Bigelow’s Wild Blueberry Acai thinking to add antioxidants to my blueberry-scented tea and after steeping, I taste mostly hibiscus. So this really is a tasting note for a Bigelow tea. I actually remember buying this Bigelow herbal two years ago when my tea habit was mostly mint and chamomile, and definitely unflavored.

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127 tasting notes

I bought this tea after finishing my stash of “Blueberry Fields” from TeaSource. Figured it couldn’t hurt to try a similar tea from a different vendor. This tea smells like blueberry, without a doubt. It’s a wonderful smell.

Once brewed, the tea still smells like blueberry, but the black tea base is also present. The same can be said for the taste. I’m picking up a nice, soft sweetness from the blueberry, and the blueberry taste is just where it should be; it’s not too strong (artificial), but it also isn’t weak and under the radar. The black tea base is actually nice and smooth (this may have to do with my low steeping time), and meshes incredibly well with the blueberry taste. It’s more of an earthy black tea than an astringent one.

Overall, this is a nice, simple, flavored black tea. There isn’t anything extra special about it, and it isn’t exactly what I’d call a “wow factor” tea, but it’s exactly what I was expecting and I think Lupicia did well on this one. It’s a nice blueberry tea, and holds up to what I remember the “Blueberry Fields” tasting like. I may order it again in the future.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 15 sec

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2725 tasting notes

First time trying this even though I’ve had it for almost a year. Whoops.

I saw the base look quite fine, so I knocked 30 seconds off of the steep. Tasting it, I think it might be the same base as Jingle Bells?

Anyway, I’m a bit underwhelmed. This has a fairly strong syrupy blueberry aroma that reminds me of their Cassis & Blueberry, but the flavor is actually very light. The base makes itself known with woody and earthy notes, but the blueberry itself is a bit too subtle to stand up to it. It’s a deep jammy blueberry, but there’s not enough of it.

It’s not bad per se, but not my favorite from Lupicia. Too bad the US website no longer carries Cassis & Blueberry…

Flavors: Blueberry, Earth, Jam, Musty, Sweet, Wood

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Mastress Alita

I loved Cassis & Blueberry so much. It is very missed in my cupboard now that Lupicia US doesn’t carry it anymore.

Cameron B.

It wasn’t one of my most favorite teas from Lupicia, but I liked having it in my cupboard when I wanted a berry tea. Maybe they’ll have it again at some point since their inventory is so inconsistent…

Lexie Aleah

I wonder if it would be possible to even do a Steepster group order from the Japan store.

Cameron B.

It’s possible, but you’d have to use a third-party forwarding service.

Mastress Alita

I personally hate those forwarding services and refuse to use them. The inventory for the Melbourne, Australia store is decent, but they suspended international shipping and I have no idea when (or if) they plan to bring it back.

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6299 tasting notes

The blueberry taste is certainly true to the berry but I find that Lupicia has a fairly dense base (if that makes any sense at all) that doesn’t pair well with what should be a light and fruity tea. Maybe that’s just me but I find the two flavors competing rather than pairing harmoniously. 295.

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36 tasting notes

Smells like blueberry, tastes like blueberry. A solid black tea to sip at.

Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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391 tasting notes

Had this before and didn’t like it, but this morning it was good. I could definitely taste blueberry and it was just as good as if I added some blueberry juice to tea. Can’t believe the year is almost over…

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