Amazing white tea with delicious contrasting flavors. A tad expensive per ounce for the quality however.
Flavors: Floral, Orange
“Tony got a free sample of this awhile ago, when he ordered a refill of german rock sugar crystals. My taste buds are still a little wonky, but I’m actually enjoying this right now. It’s tart &...” Read full tasting note
“One of my kids liked this on the store, so I had her pick some up. I don’t know if she tried it hot or cold, but I am using it for iced tea. I added 1/4 of rock sugar and infused the mixture...” Read full tasting note
“Why am I so mad at Teavana lately? Is it because I have to steel myself for a hard sell before I walk through the door? I feel like such a jerk because I have to shut the persistant sales...” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown!! (196) So I am not a huge fan of citrus teas and yet this is my second citrus tea this hour. I am not sure how I worked that out but at least both of the teas are pleasant enough. This was...” Read full tasting note
Reinvigorate your life with this delicious blend of white and herbal teas. This blend combines Youthberry white tea with Wild Orange Blossom herbal tea for an explosion of pineapple citrus flavor. With the added punch of acai, red currants, and mango, this blend is sure to please the palate.
Use 1.5-2 tsp. of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (98 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Apple pieces, white tea, hibiscus flowers, rose hip peels, apple slices, candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar, citric acid), candied mango pieces (mango, sugar, citric acid), natural and artificial flavoring, beetroot pieces, citrus slices, citrus peels, red currants, orange juice pieces, orange petals, rose petals, açai fruit powder (açai, maltodextrin)
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I finally finished off the last of the tea I won at my friend’s bridal shower. Despite the mixed reviews, I still love it, even after finishing all 100g. I really want to go buy more, but am trying to resist because a) we’re moving and b) Teavana is crazy expensive. I do intend on revisiting this one at some point in the future, though. Maybe after I’ve had some of that Scarlet Jasmine I tried last week.
Enjoying this with fruit salad and a cinnamon vanilla scone [breakfast!]. The aroma is almost entirely citrus but I can also smell the tart hibiscus. I’ve had this blend for a while so it’s tasting a little dusty to me. This is a sample we received with our last Teavana order so it has some of their rock sugar mixed in. It just barely sweetens it and doesn’t do much for the flavor or to help the tartness. I used a little over 3 teaspoons to finish the sample. I’m guessing with the rock sugar mixed in it probably worked out to be right around Teavana’s recommended serving of 3 Perfectea scoops. I’m adding some honey to this. The honey helps but it’s still tart and now bordering on bitter. It’s not so bad really; not nearly what I am always expecting. My husband loves Youthberry and enjoys Wild Orange Blossom. I’m sure he would enjoy the two mixed together. It would no doubt be cheaper to buy them separately and do the mixing ourselves. As I get nearer to the bottom of the cup, there is some kind of muck floating in the bottom inch or so of liquid. It looks unappetizing but the flavor doesn’t seem to be affected.
Flavors: Bitter, Citrus, Dust, Hibiscus, Tart
I got this as a free sample when I ordered some teaware from Teavana a few weeks ago. Mine says it has rock sugar included. I’m not sure whether this blend always does, but there was no entry for the rock sugar version so I’m putting it here. This is one of those blends that’s a mixture of giant chunky things. I think I see about five pieces of white tea in the entire thing, so I hesitate to call it “tea”. Dry scent is very strong and fruity, and would make a nice air freshener!
This actually isn’t terrible. It came out quite tart even with the rock sugar, mostly likely because one of the blends is tart orange and the other has hibiscus in it. I actually ended up adding a bit of raw sugar to my cup in addition to the included rock sugar, just because it was still unpleasantly tart. Once amply sweetened, it’s kind of like a tart fruit juice. I can see this one being nice iced.
Flavors: Cranberry, Hibiscus, Orange, Tart
To celebrate getting my new iced-tea pitcher, I decided to open up this tea, of which I got a 1-ounce sample when I made a Teavana order a year ago. Test drive cool new gadget + get rid of old stuff from a vendor I no longer like = win-win, right?
Eh, not so much. I added too much water, and it tastes rather weak – even with the sample already containing pieces of sugar.
It’s a lovely rosy pink colour, but I guess I overestimated how much was actually in the packet, as I used 5 cups instead of what should probably have been 3-4.
Ah well. I’ve grown out of Teavana, so I’m not too upset. Now I just have to have me and the hubby drink the remainder over the next day or so.
I’m not going to pretend that I know a lot about tea, because I don’t. I went to Teavana wanting to try this blend, and ended up adoring it! I really enjoy fruity teas, but I have trouble finding teas that I really enjoy. I was very plesantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this. I drank part of the cup warm and put the rest over ice. I typically prefer my teas iced, however the ice diluting it made it a bit too watery; I think I’d rather have this one warm, or make the tea stronger if I was to do it iced again.