My all time favourite tea! Super delicious hot and cold…cannot be made into a latte! It is fruity, tarte, and minty all in one!
Flavors: Fruity, Mint, Raspberry, Tart
“My all time favourite tea! Super delicious hot and cold…cannot be made into a latte! It is fruity, tarte, and minty all in one!” Read full tasting note
“When I tried this hot, it had an underlying flavor that I didn’t enjoy. Maybe it was whatever flavor they put in there to evoke alcohol. Once it cooled, however, it was quite nice. I was drinking...” Read full tasting note
“Not a fan. After also giving Raspberry Ceram Pie a try and hating it too, I’m beginning to think it might be the rose or hibiscus that make my mouth pucker in tartness. Maybe this would be worth...” Read full tasting note
“I did not care for this one. I was expecting a nice fruity raspberry flavour with some refreshing mint. What I got instead was overwhelming mint with a strong alcohol taste. I was gifted a sample...” Read full tasting note
Gimme some mo’
Fresh mint, tangy lime and a splash of rum. Is there any way to improve on a classic mojito? Sure…Just add raspberry! A touch of fruity sweetness makes this classic cocktail sing. And best of all, it colours it a beautiful, smile-inducing bright pink. So of course our mojito tea needed to include everyone’s favourite berry. The result? A rose-tinted tisane that’s fruity, minty and utterly refreshing. Served over ice with a splash of rum, it tastes like a summer afternoon on a sunny Havana patio. In short, pure heaven.
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When I tried this hot, it had an underlying flavor that I didn’t enjoy. Maybe it was whatever flavor they put in there to evoke alcohol. Once it cooled, however, it was quite nice. I was drinking it at the same time as blackberry blizzard, and their flavors are kind of similar. Next time I make this one, I’ll add some mint to it because I love mint and fruit together, and I would’ve loved to see a mint flavor in this. As it is, it’s a decent fruit blend at room temperature. Similar to other teas of the same brand.
I did not care for this one. I was expecting a nice fruity raspberry flavour with some refreshing mint. What I got instead was overwhelming mint with a strong alcohol taste. I was gifted a sample of this and am glad that it’s now all gone. I will definitely not be buying any more of this.
Flavors: Alcohol, Mint
I made this yesterday and let it sit in the fridge for the day like I do most of the ice teas I make. I find this process brings out more of the flavour. I will also wait about an hour before drinking if I use my individual tumbler. I was excited to try this with my lunch today.
Dried the leaf produces a tangy carrot aroma which I was surprised by. The brewed colour is a red-purple combination which I am sure comes from the beet root and the aroma I picked up most was raspberry. My sip was confusing so subsequent sips were taken to ensure I was really tasting what I thought. Cool mint and a hint of raspberry is what I am picking up in this mix.
I like it for the fact that it is different than what I normally drink.
Flavors: Peppermint, Raspberry, Smooth
I actually liked this one more than I thought I would. Blends with carrots and beetroot tend to offend my tastebuds with cellar vibes (although I thoroughly enjoy eating the vegetables) but here, I couldn’t even detect that they were here. The raspberry is noticeable. A tad artificial but I’ve had a lot more extreme artificial raspberry flavouring than this. The hibiscus kept things tart enough but wasn’t overbearing, the mint is refreshing, and is that raspberry leaf I tasted? It’s not in the ingredients listing, but I swear I tasted it in there. Overall, rather refreshing on a 29°C day.
I’m loving these new teas from DT!
The looseleaf smells amazing – menthol (peppermint), lime, berries.
Very refreshing coldbrew – a little bit too tart for me. I think it might do best with light sweetener and some spearmint added. Mojitos should be made with spearmint or English mint (or another sweeter varietal like chocolate mint), not peppermint. While the peppermint isn’t terrible or anything, I think spearmint would have gone better. Still, mint + lime is such a good combination. The raspberry is present, but the hibiscus ruins the sweetness that the raspberry should have brought to it. The lime is spot on though, I hope to see more mojito blends in the future. Orange mojito and blackberry mojito would be fabulous.
Flavors: Berry, Citrus, Lime, Menthol, Peppermint, Raspberry
I’m surprised I haven’t reviewed this one yet. This isn’t one of my favourites, but I enjoy it once in a while. I only grabbed 50g this year because I know it’s part of the core collection now. This tea has a good raspberry flavour with a tart taste to it. And a very subtle mint flavour which does give it a cooling refreshing taste. It’s a good tea, especially during the summer.
Flavors: Mint, Raspberry, Tart
I was not expecting to enjoy this one as much as I do. Due to the peppermint and lime, it’s an extraordinarily refreshing blend. In other reviews, a common complaint was that there wasn’t enough peppermint, but I think if they added any more it would become overpowering (e.g. Snow Day). Instead, the peppermint provides a light cooling sensation on the tongue that is extremely pleasant. The raspberry flavour is foremost in this blend, with the hibiscus taking a backseat (thank goodness). A light citrus flavour, likely the lime, is present, complementing the peppermint nicely. Overall, it’s a lovely herbal fruity blend that is best iced and very different to anything in DAVIDsTEA’s core collection.
Flavors: Lime, Peppermint, Raspberry