Youthberry White Tea

Tea type
Fruit White Blend
Apple Pieces, Artificial Flavouring, Candied Pinapple, Citric Acid, Hibiscus Flowers, Mango, Red Currant, Rose Hips, Rose Petals, Sugar, White Tea
Citrus, Fruity, Grapefruit, Orange, Berry, Floral, Sweet, Bitter, Pineapple, Astringent, Tart, Berries, Lemon, Lime, Sour, Tree Fruit, Honey, Flowers
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec 5 g 15 oz / 454 ml

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From Teavana

Refreshing sweet pineapple and fruity acai berry infusion with subtle floral finish

Delicate white tea gets its youthful blush from red currants, açai berry, hibiscus and rose petals. Candied pineapple and mango pieces mingle with Fuji and golden delicious apples in this sweetly timeless elixir.

Ingredients: White tea, candied mango pieces (mango, sugar, citric acid), candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar, citric acid), rose hip peels, apple slices, hibiscus flowers, red currants, artificial flavoring, rose petals, açaí fruit powder (açaí, maltodextrin)

How To Steep
3 Perfectea Scoops – Scoop loose leaf tea into infuser.
175°F – Heat fresh (preferably filtered) water.
8 fl oz – Pour water over sachet in cup.
2 min – Stay close to this steep time for optimal flavor.
1 steep

Blends Well With
Passion Tango Herbal Tea
Raspberry Riot Lemon Mate Tea
Wild Orange Blossom Herbal Tea

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54 Tasting Notes

107 tasting notes

F-ck, this is disgusting. (Can I even drop the f-bomb on this site? Is it against the rules?)

I asked for a to-go cup of this iced today, and still have some left that I stuck in the fridge when I got home. Never again. It’s icky. I can taste floral notes, I can taste fruit, but I can also taste something that makes me think of what licking the bottom of a pair of Crocs would be like. I don’t normally complain about artificial flavours, and maybe it’s actually just that this weird combo of fruity-floral-tart-sour tastes artificial to me. But something about this, when I put it in my mouth, triggers my brain to scream, “NOT. REAL. FOOD!”



ewwww. I blame hibiscus!

Daniel Scott

Oh, there’s more wrong with this tea than just hibiscus. :P




Ewww. Could it be the acai? I have no idea what that tastes like.

Daniel Scott

I don’t think it’s that. I don’t know what it tastes like by itself, but my mom buys juice with acai all the time, which I like, and I have other teas with acai and like them. I think maybe it’s the combo of “floral” with apple, but I’m really not sure.


It’s probably just the combo of the ingredients that together give it this taste, even though most of them taste good on their own.

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355 tasting notes

I didn’t read the description of this until after I drank it. And now I see why I thought it was just mediocre:

Rosehips AND hibiscus.

Is there a more terrifying combination in all of the land? I think not.

This was too tart and tasted like every other tropical white/green tea out there. After trying several of Teavana’s teas now, I realize that they have a big issue with subtle flavors. Maybe it’s because their teas are geared toward newbies; I don’t know. But I have yet to try a Teavana tea that isn’t screaming FRUITY (or chocolate, mostly) FLAVORRR.


Yeah…I am often scare of those two, too! LOL


Yeah…I have to very politely decline just about every single tin they open for me. I’m getting to where I’m just about ready to give this Luna Pear thing another try, possibly iced, but honestly the Teavana shopping experience for me is usually on par with going into those stores that strictly sell scented candles. You have to cull through an enormous amount of very LOUD scents just to find one that you like (though I’m notoriously afraid of ‘flavored’ tea and exceptionally picky, so that bears repeating).


I felt the same way when my parents got me a sample last holiday season, particularly with their Earl Grey Creame. The scent alone overwhelms me! However, they do make a nice little tea timer iPhone app…


yikes! i can hardly handle one or the other (rose/hibiscus) and tend to shy away from both. and i know exactly what you mean about shopping at teavana, sophistre. :P


huh… see that sounds good to me! tart and tropical plus rosehips, yum! me and my tea newbie palate…


I digress, if you must decline Youthberry then send it my way. It’s an amazing blend imho. It’s a bouquet of flavor that doesn’t at all overwhelm, but instead slowly unfolds in your mouth into a panorama of aroma’s and flavor.

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243 tasting notes

Fantastic day today, only seems fitting that this is what I had! I had an iced brew:

In a pitcher:
2 scoops Youthberry (Teavana)
1 scoop Peachberry Jasmine Sutra (Teavana)
1/2 scoop Rock Sugar
Add 1/3 pitcher of hot water, steep 3 minutes, fill with 1/3 ice to shock the tea and the rest of the way with cold water.
Refrigerate/Steep overnight

Drank this with and after lunch today. The Youthberry gives a fruit punch red colored liquor, it is tangy and fruity. The tang comes mostly from the rosehips and hibiscus, but the pineapple and apple are not helping to reduce the tang. The Peachberry blend helps to mild out the Youthberry in that the Jasmine, though entirely lost in the brew, will kill some of the tang making this palatable. The blend of kiwi, strawberries and peaches in the Peachberry, plus the green tea, add a slightly sweetened note to the brew. I am pretty sure that the Youthberry also contains grapes, as there is a slightly wine-y (not a word, sorry, essence of wine?) taste to it. Sugar also helps to make it palatable and I highly suggest adding some.

I say today was fantastic because I had my lunch and was still sipping some of my tea as I strolled into my local mall on my lunch hour and low-and-behold, as I window-shopped and hit my favorite store (Sephora) across the way, I saw a new store coming, and I bet you can guess what it was…TEAVANA! I do not know when it will open, but I can assure you that when it does, expect of flux of Teavana reviews!

Back to the tea: this blend is good, albeit still a little tart/tangy, especially if oversteeped in any way. I mean oversteeped hot or oversteeped as left in the fridge too long, either way will make it tangier. I do not mind the tartness of this, but it can get old making this a tea and tea blend I cannot drink everyday. As a note, neither tea is really all that great on it’s own, but blending them does make it better.

Another suggestion to combatting this tea’s tartness is to add Peachberry Jasmine Sutra AND a Jasmine tea, I suggest the Jasmine Pearls. But this will be another review.

PS Looking back, apparently I never rated this tea on its own, though I have a four ounce tin, how did that happen? I will write a rating of this following my usual format later on.

Kathryn Ann

I drank youthberry iced the other day as well, and it was delicious! I’ve always seemed to have issues with how to make iced tea well, in terms of steeping and putting ice in and whatnot, maybe i will try your method next time and see how it comes out! Interesting mixing it with the peach jasmine. nice tealog! :)


Thanks, yea, I have the cylindrical iced pitcher from Teavana that holds 34 ounces. So, take it for what it is recipe-wise. Enjoy!

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1015 tasting notes

This tea was just okay hot, but it really shines when iced. I’ve been cold brewing this tea for my husband a lot lately, but today was the first time I really sat down and tried a cup of it. This is truly one of the better iced teas I’ve made, very smooth with a slight tartness that plays with the floral aspects nicely. This tea is especially great with a small amount of strawberry creamed honey.


I have to know – where do you find strawberry creamed honey?? Do you buy it or mix it up yourself?

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51 tasting notes

This tea iced is very appropriate for hot summer days, when ICED. Can’t even imagine this one hot as it’s super flowery and berrylicious! This tea has a very light essence and tends to be pretty tart at times. I think bashing this tea and saying that it’s terrible wouldn’t be useful at all, I won’t say that I enjoyed it because I didn’t, I even cringed at the taste of the flowerliness and over pummel of berries. However I have to give credit where credit is due, it’s a nice & light beach summer iced tea. Maybe blended with something else it would be okay, would have to experiment with this one. But as I grabbed this at teavana today don’t think I’ll be going back for this one. 2 for 2 today for teas I disliked. What’s up with me today goshhh haha


Maybe you’re just getting the bad ones out of the way for the rest of your visit?


Good way of looking at it :D Tonight im in the mood for a green tea.. mmmmmmm


Don’t you hate bad tea days? Much worse than bad hair days, IMO. Hehe!

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6770 tasting notes

Iced is the way to go with this one. But I am not saying I love it or even like it…but…it’s drinkable to finish what I have in my stash…

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181 tasting notes

This is a profoundly foul tea…when dry it smells almost tolerable – floral and a little artificial – but when it brewed up it was horrific. It smelled fruity, yes, but fruity in a way that spoke of almost-rotten peaches left forgotten in a corner of the pantry…

I made it through one sip of the stuff and chucked it straight into the sink. I’m not making another cup; I’m just done with this mess. :/

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Last time I checked, they let you return teas that you don’t like. I have taken them up on that offer for a few teas before. Depending on how much you bought, might be worth giving them a call and asking about their return policy.


That’s an interesting thought, but since it was a gift I doubt they’d let me return it. Hopefully I’ll find someone out there who appreciates it…

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42 tasting notes

Just got this as a blend with Wild Orange Blossom….DANG….this is GOOD.

Very light and refreshing. Would be excellent iced as well.

The only downside…it is as pink as pink can be, several people double take when they see a guy like me drinking this stuff… is worth it.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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132 tasting notes

Meh, I had this iced and it was OK. I picked up mainly apple and then a jumble of the other ingredients. I tried this again iced, mixed with Jasmine Pearls and it was better…smoothed out the jumbledness of this tea and it now tastes like an apple-fruit punch-jasmine tea…still it’s “meh”. I wouldn’t purchase again and not so much that it’s bad, but because there are much better fruity white teas out there that is worth the price!

175 °F / 79 °C

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176 tasting notes

ANOTHER SAMPLE FROM STARFISHEY THANK YOU!! Wow I actually liked this more than I thought IDK WHY PEOPLE HATE IT SO MUCH EITHER whateva!! I was a little scared because I’m honestly not a fan of overly-fruity teas I LOVE FRUIT and fruit accents but I dunno when teas get too purely fruity it’s just kinda a turn off I guess I’d just rather drink juice, really.

BUT ANYWAY this tea is actually REALLY PECULIAR? I smelled it and kinda had a hard time figuring out what I was smelling other than kinda flowery and fruity… and then I tasted it and I really have no idea what I just tasted. The hibiscus was pretty strong I definitely got that but then there were just all these RANDOM FRUITY FLAVORS in the background and they were all really mild and I LIKED THAT. For me it wasn’t overpowering or tart at all, it was really light and unique!

200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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