I quite like this one. It definitely tastes of raspberry, and it’s quite a natural flavour, too. There’s a juiciness, and a fruitiness, and just the slightest tang of sharpness — much like eating a real raspberry. There’s also a whole lot of hibi. I’ve found that the key with this one is not to brew it overlong. That seems to strike the best balance between screamingly-tart-and-sour hibiscus tea with a hint of raspberry, and actually-quite pleasant raspberry tea with a hint of sourness provided by the hibiscus. It’s a crucial difference.
I’m not getting dragonfruit at all. Not that I’ve tried many real dragonfruit in my time, so I guess I can’t really comment. Maybe one, at primary school? Anyway, the raspberry is nice enough. As bagged fruit teas go, this is okay. Not earth shattering, but pleasant enough to drink when time is of the essence.