Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Berries, Cherry, Hibiscus, Tart
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “I’ve discovered that this fruit tisane makes a really nice iced tea, especially when I sweetened it with a bit of honey. It almost tastes like some sort of tart-ish fruit juice.” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have a confession to make: I nicked this from my mom’s stash, BUT it’s okay because she’s currently in Thailand and won’t notice anyways! Another confession: this is what I kinda expected...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Turns out last time I thought I had this, I was actually drinking Saskatoon Berry (I just have to remember to move that tasting note over to the right page). This one is very similar except with a...” Read full tasting note
  • “Even though I drank this mug hot, the flavour of this blend is so close to the Saskatoon Berry one I recently had cold brewed that I would have a hard time distinguishing them from one another if...” Read full tasting note
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From Parenteau's Gourmet Foods

Parenteau’s Prairie Berry Herbal Tea is a loose tea that combines saskatoon berries with other native fruits and a blend of natural ingredients. This tea is 100% natural with no caffeine.

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14 Tasting Notes

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1908 tasting notes

I’ve discovered that this fruit tisane makes a really nice iced tea, especially when I sweetened it with a bit of honey. It almost tastes like some sort of tart-ish fruit juice.

Preparation
Iced

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250 tasting notes

I have a confession to make: I nicked this from my mom’s stash, BUT it’s okay because she’s currently in Thailand and won’t notice anyways!

Another confession: this is what I kinda expected DavidsTea’s Prairie Berry to taste like… and then it didn’t. So, sometimes when I want this tea dumbed down and the DT Prairie Berry to be more flavourful I just mix the two together!

Now, let’s talk about this tea. Currently, with the roller-coaster of nausea/vomiting I am on, it’s the only fruity tea that I have been guzzling. And I mean guzzling. Hot. Cold. Iced. It doesn’t matter, if it’s there I will drink it. Plus, add a little honey or raw sugar, pop it in the fridge overnight, and it tastes like Saskatchewan Summer in a glass. Which is nice because our lovely summer abruptly ended this week with -5C temperatures.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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Turns out last time I thought I had this, I was actually drinking Saskatoon Berry (I just have to remember to move that tasting note over to the right page). This one is very similar except with a little less berry flavor and a little more hibiscus. There is also a cherry component to this that is pleasant but adds to the tartness. Granted this was steeped longer which could account for this being more flavorful. It’s not a bad cup but not something I will be seeking out in the future either. Still it was fun to try so thank you Roswell Strange for the share! 218.

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11221 tasting notes

Even though I drank this mug hot, the flavour of this blend is so close to the Saskatoon Berry one I recently had cold brewed that I would have a hard time distinguishing them from one another if they weren’t side by side. I think the main difference is that this has a hint more “red fruit”/chokecherry type of taste to it…

A hint.

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