Blueberry Hibiscus

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Rooibos Tea
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Caffeine Free
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Kosher, Organic
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  • “I guess this is probably the correct Steepster entry for the tea that I drank? It was a sachet, and the ingredients are the same as what’s listed here on Steepster, but the tea was an individually...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I didn’t buy this. It was given to me by a really great neighbor who is manager of a local vitamin store. He went to a training seminar and got tons of samples and shared them with me. It really...” Read full tasting note

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Ingredients: Organic rooibos, organic hibiscus flowers, organic licorice root, natural blueberry flavor, organic blueberries, natural strawberry flavor.

Within each unit is 5, 1-quart iced tea sachets. NET WT 2.11 oz (60g) – Each tea bag makes 32 ounces of iced tea.

A succulent blend of rich rooibos with sweet wild blueberries and tart hibiscus. Naturally sweet, juicy and thirst quenching.

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Rishi Tea specializes in sourcing the most rarefied teas and botanical ingredients from exotic origins around the globe. This forms a palette from which we craft original blends inspired by equal parts ancient herbal wisdom and modern culinary innovation. Discover new tastes and join us on our journey to leave ‘No Leaf Unturned’.

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I guess this is probably the correct Steepster entry for the tea that I drank? It was a sachet, and the ingredients are the same as what’s listed here on Steepster, but the tea was an individually wrapped sachet and not the larger “pitcher” sized ones for iced tea.

This is Rishi’s product page for it: https://www.rishi-tea.com/product/blueberry-hibiscus-caffeine-free-organic-tea-bag/tea-bags

I drank it in a travel mug today while commuting to a new part of town – I had the opportunity to work at one of the DAVIDsTEA’s in the city today to see how the customer demographic here in Montreal varies from back home in the prairies, and to get some feedback for my department. It was a cool experience; but I was SUPER worried I was going to get lost finding the store so I made my tea in advance so I’d have something to sip on during all of this morning’s rain while I hunted for the store…

The tea was good, but not mind blowing. Very accurate to the name – a tart, syrupy blueberry note and a whole lot of hibiscus. Like, 10/10 on really nailing those two flavours and striking a surprisingly good balance. I just don’t think I was wowed by the flavour combo, even if it was super accurate and on point. Needed something to create a touch more depth/nuance, in my opinion.

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I didn’t buy this. It was given to me by a really great neighbor who is manager of a local vitamin store. He went to a training seminar and got tons of samples and shared them with me. It really is nice to have good neighbors. I make dairy and water kefir for him and let his dog out every day to play with my dog while he is at work. He brings me free samples and takes care of our chickens when we go to the beach.

Tonight I got a big bag of teas like tulsi and Nighty Night and this one, as well as lots of whey, recovery drinks, and supplements for my Spartan Double Trifecta son. I went ahead and made a half gallon using two of the large sachets. I wish I had read the ingredients first because it has licorice root in it (which I love) and I added sugar, which it doesn’t really need with licorice root in there,

The aroma is…pure Robitussin. This smells more like cough syrup than Robitussin does! I really can’t seem to escape that with Rooibos. It isn’t cold yet but I poured some over ice. It is good enough to drink on a hot, hot day when you want something cold and tart and fruity. I don’t know if I would buy this, and I really want to review it again after hubby tries it. He is picky and will either gag on it and like it. I don’t think meh will be an option with him.

Dominant taste is Rooibos, even overshadowing the dreaded tart hibiscus. The blueberry is there, I suppose, and the fruitiness is probably the only thing that will save it. The overall flavor has that thickness that comes with licorice root, and I really like that aspect.

Tomorrow will tell the final verdict on this one, but I like it better than Passion by Tazo, I think.

Fjellrev

It smells even more like cough syrup than cough syrup does. That’s rough!

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