Cherry Cosmo

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Cherry, Hibiscus
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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Description: The deliciously relaxing taste of sweet plump cherries with a fragrant delighting of hibiscus blossoms and faint whispers of raspberry.

Ingredients: organic rosehips, organic hibiscus, organic apple pieces, organic raspberries, natural flavors

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132 tasting notes

i’m usually more wary of teas with hibiscus as they always turn out too tart for me, but i absolutely love cherry, so this one was high on my list to try out.
smells kind of boozy! haha, i can imagine all these teas infusing really nicely in some vodka for fancy mixed drinks. maybe i’ll try that soon.
lovely deep pink hue, definitely a pretty tea. steeped it smells more like a cherry wine.
initially sweet with that tart hibiscus undertone. i don’t really get much of a cherry flavour sadly, more raspberry, which would go better with the tartness.
blech, it just gets worse. too tart. had to dump it out. :(
yeah, i’ll probably just infuse the rest of this in some vodka and mix it with a lot of… anything sweet!

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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78 tasting notes

Cherry is one of those flavors that gets me to buy things I wouldn’t normally. This tastes of something fruity but I’m not sure it’s cherry. After looking at the ingredient list, I see there isn’t anything cherry about this tea other than the name. Possibly the ‘natural flavors’ but who really knows. It tastes a lot like hibiscus. Who thought that would be a good pairing for almost anything herbal? The hibiscus generally overpowers whatever else it’s with and this is no exception. I suspect that some other people are right and it would be better as an iced tea.

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19 tasting notes

Fourth in the tea sampler. I can see why some wouldn’t like it. It’s not very tea-ish. However… I think it’s pretty cherry cosmo-ish. I don’t get the alcohol part of the cosmo, but the cherry flavoring is pretty on. The cherry is definitely present throughout the brewing and tasting and the hibiscus adds a bit of tartness. It’s like a sour cherry candy. Like life savers. Or sprees. Or skittles. A little too tart for starbursts. It’s like, if one were to mate a cherry starburst and a lemon head, and then juice their children and serve it hot, you would get this tea.

I like it.

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304 tasting notes

The name “Cherry Cosmo” described the scent of this right… it smelled of red cherries, alcohol and something else I couldn’t place.

The steeped tea is lighter in scent and you can get a hint of the raspberry and what I assume is the hibiscus others have mentioned since I don’t know/recognize that flavor/scent on its own.

The flavor isn’t very mouth-filling… it’s rather watery. It brings to mind cherry Sucrets. It’s also lightly tart. The taste that I’m learning is Hibiscus is rather strong as it cools.

It’s not bad by any means, but not delivering on its name nor that great in general. I’d not bother buying it.

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18 tasting notes

I could really taste the cherries and the raspberries in this one.

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5299 tasting notes

From the Herbal Retreat sampler.

This was the one tea in the sampler that I was the most low key excited for. I say low key, because in my head I knew all of the reasons that logically this would be a bad blend (too much hibiscus and cherry things often tasting very tart or medicinal) but I was still holding out hope that it would surprise me and be quite tasty.

I drank this one hot; a gamble, I know. It was surprisingly ok but I would’t go as far as saying great. There’s a weird, sparkling effervescence and freshness to the aroma as well as the taste. It’s something that’s honestly a little more of a feeling rather than a flavour, but it really makes me think that this would be very well suited as a tea pop where the fizzyness of the carbonation would kind of bring the liquor a little more to life. As it stands, the flavour was still kind of tea from all of the hibiscus in the blend but still had a nice cherry sweetness as well as a beautiful sweet, red apple note that kept cropping up and a very faint berry undertone that I suppose would be the raspberry? The semi tartness and fruity sweetness on top of that enchanting effervescence reminded me of some kind of cherry fizzy candy the whole time I was drinking this.

Also, I can’t put my finger on which tea/tisane I’m thinking of, but there’s definitely something about this one which reminds me of another blend. The entire cup left me with a feeling of flavour deja vu.

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thanks omgsrsly! this is probably? my favourite of the bunch if only because i can see this one being delicious cold brewed in the summer – similar enough to the cherry snowcone concept :) hibby for sure, but i don’t mind hibby :)

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A friend of mine got me the herbal tea sampler as a bribe for something she didn’t need to bribe me for.

So of course I have to try them all!

This one smells pretty good. A little cherry-amaretto, along with the hibiscus.

Unfortunately the flavour is almost all hibiscus. I think this might do better as a cold brew.

Actually, it’s even doing better as it cools.

Not bad, but not something I’d seek out.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 12 OZ / 354 ML

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42 tasting notes

A lovely tea. Perfect first thing in the morning when I got to work.

Flavors: Cherry, Hibiscus

200 °F / 93 °C
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Glad you enjoyed it!

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412 tasting notes

Another Tea Advent Calendar tea. This one just didn’t work for me. It sounded heavenly, but I didn’t enjoy it.

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