I’m not a huge fan of this, but it’s what got my husband to finally appreciate green tea! I have to keep some around the house for him.
“This is one of those teas that makes it hard for me to frown in Teavana’s general direction. I really enjoy the medley of peach and papaya, with the underlying vegetable green flavor. I enjoy this...” Read full tasting note
“I can’t sleep so I’m gonna drink tea. This tastes really peachy this time around. It really is reminiscent of white wine. I am not tasting green tea at all though. I also get a honey flavor even...” Read full tasting note
“I feel that my opinion of this particular tea is highly influenced by my experience purchasing it. I was on a trip to Boston, dropping my brother off at his university. Since I was in the US, I HAD...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks MissB for sending me a sample of this. I was drinking this last night and didn’t get a chance to log it. Decided to have another cup tonight. This is a decent fruity green tea. It’s a...” Read full tasting note
A fruit explosion in every sip, this colorful tea is a rainbow of flavors. Playful peach, papaya, lemongrass, green tea and rooibos give a cheerful chant while the fruit-filled fireworks will lift your spirits, welcoming you with a bright ‘hello.’ SUPERFRUIT ENHANCED
Crisp citrus notes from pineapple, apple, and lemongrass with sweet peach and papaya
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients:Green tea, red rooibos tea, peach pieces, apple pieces, candied papaya pieces (papaya, sugar), carrot pieces, lemongrass, raisins, marigold blossoms, flavoring (papaya, pineapple, lemon), mallow blossoms, sunflower petals
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Although I’m in the southwest, it’s winter and the air can get pretty chilly. In addition, I work in an overly-cooled office environment, so I’ve had plenty of weeks to enjoy all-day hot tea marathons. Teavana’s Fruta Bomba, however, disappointed me as a hot tea. The flavor isn’t bad, but it didn’t wow me. Despite some sweetness, it is tarty, with a flowery/berry flavor and aroma. I find that it gives up most of its flavor in the first infusion. A third infusion just doesn’t work. But iced, this is one of the best teas I’ve had! I will most definitely be stocking up on this for those 100F+ days we have down here.
WHERE TO START???
at first I loved the way it smelled at the store, lovely!!!
then I decided to give it a try …..
I hate it !!! it makes me want to puke… It is very very fruity but not in a good way it tasted like a fruit smoothie gone to waste……. if you steep it a little too long it is so bitter it will make your tongue twist….. it is really a bomb of rotten fruit……….