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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  • “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...” Read full tasting note
  • “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...” Read full tasting note
  • “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...” Read full tasting note
  • “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...” Read full tasting note

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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55 Tasting Notes

10 tasting notes

I’m not one for flavored teas. One of the reasons I don’t shop at Teavana nor David’s but this was given to me as a gift and it was rather sweet of my Secret Santa to research me enough to make this effort. That being said, I didn’t like this tea. I received 2oz of the stuff, but I’d wager 1/3rd of it was “filler” various petals and peels that made up a portion of the tea. That kind of stuff always makes me feel cheated because I’m getting less tea yet not paying less, not to mention that the artificial and natural flavors mask what I find to be a very very poor quality white tea.

It’s rather insulting, if I am to be dramatic. Poor quality white tea, over priced and filled with cheap materials.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

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726 tasting notes

I’ve always wanted to love this one. It was always so popular at Teavana, but it was always too citrusy for me. The bag we have is a couple years old now-not stored properly at all since we got it so long ago when none of us knew anything about tea.
So maybe this is an accurate review, but maybe it’s not. Because I can’t tell if it’s lost flavor yet. xD I know it certainly hasn’t lost its smell yet!
Whenever I open the bag I’m hit with a strong citrus smell. While steeping the strong orange smell turned into a grapefruit smell. Which didn’t give me any confidence that I’d like it.
But I tried it anyway.
This tea has the weirdest texture. It’s like…fuzzy, and kinda leaves a weird dry sense in your mouth after each sip. That probably doesn’t make sense, but I have no idea how to describe it!
As for the flavor, it’s a lot more mild than the steeping or dry leaf smell. It’s kinda fruity, mostly citrusy. Not very sweet, like the other Teavana teas I actually like. It’s kinda just there. It definitely needs sugar, and I’m not one to add sugar to any of my drinks…So yeah.
This one is not for me! >< I can see why everyone loves it though. I’m a weirdo since I don’t like citrus xD Oh well! Saving money I guess!

Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Grapefruit, Orange


I feel like it’s not that this tea is popular at Teavana, but that they are insistent that it should be. It’s like always brewed in house there and they offer a ton of free samples of it. I don’t understand why they don’t promote other teas!


Yeah maybe. Just everyone I know who has tried it loves it too…Except my bro. He tried the sample of Youthberry and the other tea which I forgot the name ofand hated it and said it tasted like hot koolaid. xD

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4 tasting notes

I really liked this tea. Being in winter mode, I have been buying Chai teas, Black teas and all but there was a friends & family sale at Teavana and I Wanted to get different kinds for different Moods & ended up with this one amongst other ones and I really like the light fruity sweet taste it’s got. I am sure once the Warmer Weather comes back and I’ll be wanting more iced tea, this will be one of any summer go to.

Flavors: Berry, Citrus, Floral, Fruity, Sweet

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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757 tasting notes

I’m going to give this another try. This is still a little bitter and now seems to have less fruit flavor than before. I can still taste the pineapple but it’s also a bit astringent and tart. I wish it tasted more like it smells, but maybe I just haven’t found the right steeping parameters yet.

Flavors: Astringent, Bitter, Pineapple, Tart

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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9 tasting notes

I have not tried this tea by itself yet, but I do like how it blends with Teavana’s Monkey-Picked Oolong. I don’t brew it according to the instructions, as I prefer this one on the weaker side (I think I add about 1/4 as much as they tell you to), so I’m not overwhelmed by the aroma and/or fruity flavor.

When it’s blended with the Oolong, I don’t get the tartness that others have complained about either, but it did take me several attempts to brew it correctly… this tea gets oversteeped pretty easily and acquires a gross bitter taste if you don’t pay close attention to how long you’ve been steeping it (the difference of 30 secs is the difference between a tasty treat and an undrinkable mess).

The youthberry gives the Oolong a nice floral spice with an almost-honey aftertaste, and adding a little sugar gives it a faint lingering sweetness. (I personally don’t usually put much sugar in my tea, but I do add about 7 small crystals of Teavana’s rock sugar per 16oz to this one.)

Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Honey

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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434 tasting notes

Backlog sipdown. I actually finished this off last weekend and was too lazy to log it. In fairness, it was a busy weekend – my fiance and I volunteered at a program that makes science accessible to kids on Friday, finished cleaning the house that night, and then had friends over the rest of the weekend. I’m glad we got so much done, but it was seriously draining.

This tea was a sample from my best friend’s mom, it’s currently her preferred tea. I have to admit, I would repurchase this. It tasted strongly of berries (what kind I can’t exactly say) and it really hit all the right “fruity tea” notes for me. The resteep was quite weak, however, I’ve come to expect as much from Teavana.

Not bad, definitely something I’d consider picking up at some point.

Flavors: Berries

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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2 tasting notes


I really liked this tea. It has a very nice flavor. I mean, I drink my teas sweetened (1:1 with the tea with the rock sugar) and its very good..

For the second steeping, I would add another scoop of leaves, or just dump it and start over..
I mean.. it isn’t horrible, just not as flavorful

Flavors: Berry, Flowers

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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6 tasting notes

This is not my favorite tea but I am also not a big fan of white teas in general. If you do try this tea there are a few things I found: first its on the weak side for me so I had to increase the amount of tea I use, and second if you over steep it the taste is bitter.

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28 tasting notes

Decent tea I suppose. Beware not to over steep, as this is a white tea it gets bitter easily. Not my favorite by any means but it’s drinkable.

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33 tasting notes

No no NOOOO YUCK. I usually like Teavana teas when I want something overpoweringly flavored or don’t mind overpaying for just a good straight loose leaf (love em or hate em, they do have some good quality unflavored teas… just pricey). This is characteristically Teavana in that the tea comprises a minority of the contents and they drown it in extra flavors. The main problem, however, is that they have chosen “essence of petrochemical rubber tire factory” as one of the flavors they added to this one along with all the berries & other stuff. I can taste the conveyor belt and fractional distillation chamber rinsing fluid just as prominently as the berries and tart florals.

For those who enjoy this tea and call it “unique”, maybe they just like their Acai berry notes well balanced with trimethylbenzene, or enjoy the tartness of pineapple offset with a good phenolic benzotriazole type methacrylate… Perhaps they are just used to brewing fruity teas with industrial factory waste-water imported direct from China. I guess, then, it would be unique. Not in a good way though.

Once it cooled and you spoon it full of sweetener, you can almost drink it. The trick is to try not to breathe in the aromatics (too artificial) while drinking it, and try to imagine yourself in a sweatshop shoe-sole factory while you do.

I would only wish this tea upon my worst enemies and those who actually enjoy artificial/industrial chemical flavors.

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec 5 g 10 OZ / 300 ML

“essence of petrochemical rubber tire factory”
Lol, sounds appalling!!!


What a shame, it would be a nice fruity and tart white if not for the chemical flavors and smells


bleh ! sure not something I would like to try !


Awe!!! This is one of my favorites! Although I blend it with Wild Orange Blossom


That’s okay darby, I love blue cheese but have friends that abhor the stuff.. and some chemicals like phenylthiocarbamide have genetic markers which make it tasteless to some but bitter to others… maybe it’s something complicated or maybe just the candied pineapple, but it just didn’t go over for me ;-) You can certainly have what’s left if we ever do a swap!

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