Red Berries Young Hyson

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Freeze Dried Raspberries, Freeze Dried Strawberries, Organic Natural Flavors (Vegan), Young Hyson Green Tea
Flavors
Berries, Cranberry, Floral, Grassy, Raspberry, Smooth, Strawberry, Sweet, Tart
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Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Just loving the quality of the bright raspberries and strawberries on the smooth but full Young Hyson base. I’ve enjoyed it so much I haven’t even gotten around to trying it as a cold brew...” Read full tasting note
  • “In general, the base seems a little floral for me, but I’m not sure what hyson tastes like, so I’m only guessing that’s the base I’m tasting. On top of that, I taste some very light fruitiness....” Read full tasting note
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  • “currently sipping! This was one of our tea blends from April. Last night, I stashed this in the fridge for a cold brew – and it’s perfect for cold-brewing (I also like it hot brewed and then...” Read full tasting note

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Tea of the Week for April 3, 2023!

A delicious blend of organic Young Hyson & red berries! Strawberries, raspberries & a touch of cranberry essence together – create a delicious, sweet-tart berry note that pairs beautifully with the full-bodied, fresh flavor of Young Hyson.

It’s organic, vegan, gluten-free, allergen-friendly & all natural!

organic ingredients: green tea, raspberries, strawberries & natural flavors

more about this tea: my inspiration for this tea is the season! Springtime is here (although, admittedly, up until this week, we’ve been experiencing some still chilly weather which is just fine as far as I’m concerned!) Here in the Pacific Northwest, it’s been raining a lot (nothing new for us) & that tends to cool things down a bit, making it perfect hot tea weather – but with some springtime flavor with delicious red berry notes!

So refreshing – it invigorates my taste buds!

to brew: shake the pouch well before you measure. There are tiny particles of red berries in this blend (for the most part, I try to crush up the berries so that they are about the same size as the tea leaves. Some large pieces of freeze-dried fruit still remain – but the smaller bits are more desirable for this blend so that you don’t get one huge berry with a couple of tea leaves.)

Once you’ve shaken the pouch to redistribute the fruit bits, measure out 3g of leaf to 12oz of very hot water (175°F). Allow to steep for 2 minutes. Strain & allow to cool for at least 5 minutes. Enjoy!

Serving suggestion: this tea is fantastic as a cold-brew, but I also enjoyed it as a hot cuppa. I like it unsweetened – but if you prefer a sweeter cup – or just would like a treat: try this with a drizzle of honey because it is so good with honey!

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Just loving the quality of the bright raspberries and strawberries on the smooth but full Young Hyson base. I’ve enjoyed it so much I haven’t even gotten around to trying it as a cold brew yet.

EDIT- I coldsteeped my last serving and, wow, it was delicious. Always a delight to have a tea that tastes good regardless of drinking temperature.

Flavors: Berries, Cranberry, Floral, Grassy, Raspberry, Smooth, Strawberry, Sweet, Tart

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec
52Teas

I absolutely love this one!

Crowkettle

It’s delicious but I don’t I’ve ever encountered a raspberry tea of yours that I haven’t liked a lot :)

52Teas

Thanks! That’s wonderful to hear!

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In general, the base seems a little floral for me, but I’m not sure what hyson tastes like, so I’m only guessing that’s the base I’m tasting. On top of that, I taste some very light fruitiness. It’s all high quality and good, just maybe not quite to my particular tastes. It’s certainly refreshing cold! The second time I had it, it was less floral, just light, soft, and fruity. I finished the bag with my third cup – again floral and fruity and light.

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currently sipping! This was one of our tea blends from April.

Last night, I stashed this in the fridge for a cold brew – and it’s perfect for cold-brewing (I also like it hot brewed and then chilled) The young hyson is smooth, sweet and refreshing. it provides a nice base for the red berry flavors.

sweet, a little tart and a perfect refresher for the hot days ahead.

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