Iced Berry Wine Black

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Has a unique and exotic flavor of white grapes that pleasantly lingers on the tongue. Blended with black tea, freeze dried grapes, Ontario ice wine and natural flavors. Ice Wine is produced when the grape is frozen solid on the vine and harvested to create a golden wine that exudes aromas of apricot and honey.

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This is yummy!
I wish I could remember who sent this to me – I think Amanda and I am so sorry – I failed to mark who sent it and have it in my box of teas to try.
So good I LOVE ice wine tea.
This one is a little different than others I have had – more berryish, more natural perhaps, lighter, more laid back and very naturally flavored.
I do indeed like this oh yes … this is the kind of tea to have with a veggie tray or fruit platter. Something for special times. :)
Glad I got to try it.


I have never tried an ice wine tea! I really need to, they always get such good reviews and sound so yummy.


You really should get some!!


Yes this one was from me! I should get more of it, I don’t think I have too much left and it’s so good!


Its always good to have Ice Wine tea around! :)

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Amanda sent me a bit of this one, too! Thanks girl!

This is wine like, floral, and perfumy! As Iced Wine is sugary-sweet this is a bit ‘drier wine’ like in comparison to the 3 or 4 other iced wine teas I have tried. Not that THAT is good, bad, or indifferent, just something I picked up on!

This is pretty good! It’s INTENSELY flavored. There is a tart lingering flavor of grapes, cranberries, and maybe apricot. There are hardcore floral and perfumy notes throughout.

Pretty good tho!


mmmm ok this one sounds very interesting! I’m glad you got to try this one and comment on it or else I wouldn’t have known it was out there! :p


Tamm, I can send you some if you are interested in trying it out!


Pfft I hit add comment before I meant to. I wanted to add that I have really been enjoying seeing what you have to say about what I sent you!


:O I think I’d love some if you want to send me some. :p I’ll probably be able to find something you’d like too (hopefully lolol). You can p.m. me of course! :p


Thank you both for the comments :)

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3294 tasting notes

So the other day I used the rest of the sample in the TTB-A to make a cold brew of this, & then promptly forgot all about it. I think that was on Friday. I’m drinking it now, with a little stevia, & admittedly, it’s delicious! Very refreshing, kind of like koolaid for adults. It doesn’t really taste like wine to me, but that’s a good thing! :D

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Oh my goodness. First, a side note: I am endlessly amused that I had something containing Ontario ice wine shipped to me (in Ontario) from someone in the States XD.

I am in love with ice wine teas, I think…and I think I need to try some ice wine next time my in-laws have it in the house. The two I’ve had have been wonderful! This one was juicy and sweet and just a hint of tartness but not overmuch. Just enough to bring a smile to my face. It’s going to be a good tea day, I suspect. Thank you so much for sharing this with me, Dinosara!

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I’m so glad you really like it! I haven’t even tried it myself, lol. And yes, sending something Ontario ice wine flavored to Ontario is pretty funny… :)


Mmmm…ice wine. Yum. :)

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That sounds awesome!

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After a somewhat disappointing tea experience I don’t usually brew the same tea up again because I usually just want to move on. But the aftertaste that this tea had left in my mouth was so pleasant that I really wanted to be able to drink this tea and enjoy it. So out went the bitter cup and I brewed up another, this time with a shorter steep, and lo, all the bitterness was gone. All those nice flavors I mentioned in the previous note are there but they’re at the forefront this time. I also get more of the “alcohol” note, which is always sort of weird with tea, but all the alcoholic drink based teas have it, because I guess without it this is just grape/raisin flavored, right? Wow, that was a runon sentance. Anyway, the point is that it’s very pleasantly ice winey now.

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