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I expected this to be a black flavoured tea but it turns out this is a hibiscus/herbal tea. I had it with vanilla soy milk, but couldn’t taste the fruits or hibiscus at all. It is a low grade bagged ea that could very well be old, so I don’t know if it is just not a flavourful blend/doesn’t come through with milk or if it is just old.
Tonight I headed to a German cafe that is near my hostel in UB to get some work done and have a light dinner. I decided to have a pot of tea in the late afternoon before dinner, and I chose this one out of the tea box based on the recommendation of my waitress. I knew it was a fruit tea and I decided if I was going to have a tea bag I would at least have something that wouldn’t matter so much if it was fine pieces.
It certainly smells like sweet raspberry and bright lemon, and it brewed up a bright, ruby red. I suppose I should have known there was hibiscus in it, but I didn’t think about it. According to the google-translated ingredients, it has both hibiscus and rosehips, so a double dose of tart. As such I dumped the little tube of sugar provided right into the pot. I happen to love hibiscus, as long as it’s sweetened. I could maybe go for a little more sugar for the whole pot, but on the whole it is nice. Tart, slightly sweet, with a nice raspberry flavor. I feel like the tartness of the hibiscus kind of melds with the tartness of the lemon, so I can’t quite pick that one out. Teas like this are definitely something I enjoy as long as they’re sweet enough!
It’s pleasant but I’m still looking for a green tea that will taste like the one you get in japanese restaurants, I find the green tea served there is not as bitter as the ones you can buy in supermarkets.
Especially with this one I have to remove the teabag straight after pouring on the water, it’s too bitter otherwise.