Up Beet

Tea type
Green Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Beet Root, Carrot, Ginger, Green Tea, Hibiscus
Flavors
Tart, Vegetables, Fruit Punch, Ginger, Hibiscus, Tangy
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Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec 2 g 9 oz / 266 ml

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  • “Y’all, they turned V8 into a tea and I’m not sure how I feel about it. Also V8 has a tomato base and there’s no tomato in this tea so basically this blend is sorcery. There’s a bit of tartness from...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was pretty sour and not very pleasant. Beets aren’t sour, so I was confused at first, but I guess that’s the hibiscus. Not as dirt tasting as beet teas usually are. Probably a short steep...” Read full tasting note
  • “Hot cuppa drank on the commute home from work. This was interesting to me because it managed to be thick, and distinctly beet and hisbiscus tasting with out being too much beet or hibiscus. Not too...” Read full tasting note
  • “Green March! Granted this tea reads more like an herbal fruit and veggie blend; one wouldn’t even notice the inclusion of green tea unless reading the ingredients! I’ve been feeling a bit of a...” Read full tasting note
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From Teapigs

This blend will give you the kick you need to jump into your lycra, tie up your trainers, skip to the gym and throw that scary giant kettle bell way over your shoulder. This blend of beets, spice and hibiscus which helps give you an all natural pick me up, is fruity and punchy. Enjoy with or without lycra!

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Y’all, they turned V8 into a tea and I’m not sure how I feel about it. Also V8 has a tomato base and there’s no tomato in this tea so basically this blend is sorcery. There’s a bit of tartness from the hibiscus (whyyyy), but it’s not overwhelming. I dunno, it’s just all a bit confusing.

Flavors: Tart, Vegetables

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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This was pretty sour and not very pleasant. Beets aren’t sour, so I was confused at first, but I guess that’s the hibiscus. Not as dirt tasting as beet teas usually are. Probably a short steep would work better for this one. I have one more bag, but I’m sharing it with a coworker who liked the last beet tea I wasn’t a fan of.

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Hot cuppa drank on the commute home from work.

This was interesting to me because it managed to be thick, and distinctly beet and hisbiscus tasting with out being too much beet or hibiscus. Not too earthy, not too tart. Just a nice balance between the two. Now, I also didn’t think it was something that really ‘hooked’ me in to wanting more – but I found it pleasant enough, and would drink it again if offered.

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Green March! Granted this tea reads more like an herbal fruit and veggie blend; one wouldn’t even notice the inclusion of green tea unless reading the ingredients! I’ve been feeling a bit of a craving for hibiscus (my body could probably do with the extra Vitamin C, being on the mend from that food poisoning a week ago, so I’m not going to question that craving!) and I was surprised I actually had this blend tucked away under the Green Tea section of my (far too large) tea list. Sounds good to me!

Mmm. This tea delivers sweet, tangy, and savory notes all in one. I can really get behind this! It has that satisfying punchy hibiscus base that I really enjoy, but the beetroot and carrot give it this slightly savory flavor. There is a spicy, gingery top note, but it isn’t overly strong; I have some other hibiscus-ginger blends where the ginger is very spicy, but here it is a mild spiciness, adding a gingery tones to the veggie notes but not enough heat to leave a lasting aftertaste. The tea is tangy, but pleasantly so; Teapigs uses whole leaf in sachets, not crushed hibiscus petals, so it doesn’t have the strong tart notes that the crushed hibiscus so frequently used in bagged teas causes. It’s a very rounded tea; the sip starts out with a tangy fruit punch note, and ends with a more savory flavor of spiced beet and carrot juice. It feels warm and satisfying, and full of vitamins that I feel like I need right now. I’m going to try to get a few steeps out of my bag, and really make the most out of my two teabag sampler!

Flavors: Fruit Punch, Ginger, Hibiscus, Tangy, Vegetables

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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