The marketing on this tea is strange…
When you look at the tea description, it seems like this is trying to mirror DT’s Blueberry Jam – T Kettle even describes it as tasting like “warm buttery toast lathered with wild blueberry preserve”. Side note – the use of the word lathered made me laugh. They definitely meant slathered, but the image of someone lathering a piece of toast with jam sparks far more joy in me.
When you look at the tea name and ingredients list, however, it’s much more clear that this blend was modeled after DT’s Blueberry Fields Forever. That is, in fact, what it tastes more similar to – but if you were just casually reading the tea descriptions I think this would be a pretty weird flavour mismatch from the written out copy of the tea.
It tastes like blueberry, but more of a bright and juicy blueberry versus the cooked down jammy blueberry of a preserve. I found it a bit tart, though that’s understandable given that the blend contains hibiscus. The stevia was noticeable for me in the cup, though I didn’t mind too me. I like Blueberry Fields Forever better because the flavour is just more well rounded IMO, and I get both blueberry and pomegranate and a bit of the floral oolong. Here I mostly just got a tart blueberry. However, it was still a nice enough mug of tea.