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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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A colorful appearance, exotic aroma and gratifying flavor make Martinique our very best seller. Served hot or iced, it is a tropical delight.

Martinique evokes its namesake island with its brilliantly colored flowers, fruits and green rooibos leaves. Even the dry leaves brim with enticing tropical aromas.

Brewed, Martinique’s exotic, sweet flavor is rich in notes of tropical fruits and flowers, with just a hint of woodiness. Its thick, syrupy liquor is the color of ripe papaya flesh, and its aftertaste is seductively floral.

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142 tasting notes

I haven’t had the best of luck with ATR rooibos teas, but I’m happy to report this went down easy. Maybe because it’s green rooibos? I hadn’t actually known that existed. If you’re looking for that tropical taste without coconut, this is a solid choice.

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126 tasting notes

My green rooibos cherry has been broken. ;-)

I love the aroma when you open the package, peaches, mangoes, and a hint of papaya. The dry mix is beautiful! You can see the flower petals and the chunks of fruit. Like a potpourri trail mix!

The tea brews up light, like an oolong, but with a reddish tint to it. Smells like the dry tea. Very fruity.

The taste is fantastic! Rooibos-y, fruity, it does remind me of tropical days, and summery weather. Sweet, but not too sweet. Almost juicy tasting. I don’t really taste the flower petals, but really I’m not sure what marigold tastes like, so maybe I just can’t identify it here. It’s yummy hot and cold! This will be a good one for the warmer days ahead poured over ice. Perhaps a little rum or something else sweet and alcoholic to mix in? Mmm, perhaps….

Peggie Bennett

This is truly fantastic iced! The aroma and taste just make me smile! Great summer days ahead with this one!

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1137 tasting notes

The rooibos flavor is generally the strongest, but this is still a very relaxing and happy tea =D

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec
American Tea Room

you might also like our St Tropez!

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45 tasting notes

got this as a sample. Very fruity and floral tea – but not overly so, just delicious. Must reorder.

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21 tasting notes

I usually avoid fruity teas, but I am glad I received this as a complimentary sample.

Martinique is the home of Joséphine, the first wife of Napoleon I, and I associate the name with her childhood memories of a beautiful and colorful island. The tea is, indeed, colorful in appearance, and it smells and tastes colorful! The mango is obvious immediately. I like marigold flowers; their scent is difficult to convey. I could feel it here in the brewed tea—a bright floral note. Without this floral note, the tea would have been boring for me. I had this tea on a gloomy day, but I think it would be best described as a sunny summer day in a cup.

Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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247 tasting notes

I’m really iffy on this one. First, though, it smells heavenly! It evokes memories of the Caribbean with the tropical fruits and I can imagine myself there once again.

I used the Breville 200 degrees for 5 minutes as indicated on the package.

The taste. Strong something. I can’t quite put my finger on what it is I taste, but it’s strong. Almost medicinal. I barely taste the fruitiness I can smell. I can’t taste the floral notes. It’s a strange experience and I’m feeling a bit let down. I had really hoped I’d love this tea. It was so promising in the package. If I ever try this one again, I might try it iced.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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4 tasting notes

I’ve always thought rooibos smells like cough syrup. Not this one apparently. The floral and fruity smell makes it very relaxing. It’s supposed to be good for your health as well :)

Flavors: Floral, Licorice, Rooibos, Rose

Boiling 1 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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1792 tasting notes

Peach, I should have known you were going to be running the show. It seems like as soon as you throw peach into a blend, that’s all there is. Good luck trying to get noticed, mango and papaya.

Green rooibos, you’re doing a bang up job offering your usual, fresh perspective, unlike your annoying little red rooibos cousin who gets invited to all the parties even though not too many people like him/her. What’s with that?

Hot, the peach doesn’t really fit because it’s a little peach juice crystal-like, and not like a true juicy, fresh one. This fares better as a cold brew, but it’s like watching a Big Bang Theory rerun for the fifth time. This kind of peach flavour just gets boring after a while. So many other blends out there taste like this.

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