Raspberry Leaf Bliss

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Dry Grass, Herbaceous, Plants, Tart
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher, Organic, Vegan
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  • “I’m drinking this right now. Taste wise, this is a let down to be honest. I was expecting something better with the natural flavors added to it. It smells as it should given its ingredients but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another new tea from the organic collection. This is basically the replacement for Mighty Aphrodite, and it was crafted with a lot of intention – we heard the disappointment at no longer having a...” Read full tasting note

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Soothe, comfort & bliss out. That time of the month? Help calm your cramps & settle your tummy with the natural wellness powers of caffeine-free raspberry leaf tea. Combined with relaxing lemon balm and skin-loving nettle leaf, this tart and creamy organic herbal infusion is a like a warm hug in a mug. Sip 24/7 for around the clock comfort.

How it tastes
Tart cranberry and fresh raspberry flavour balanced with hints of sweet creamy vanilla

Organic raspberry leaves, Organic raspberry powder, Organic cranberries, Organic nettle leaves, Natural raspberry flavouring, Organic lemon balm, Organic natural white chocolate mousse flavouring.

This organic herbal tea is made with raspberry leaf – an ingredient commonly used to help soothe period cramps & settle the tummy naturally.

With calming lemon balm and skin-loving nettle leaf, this red infusion is perfect for when you need a little TLC.

It’s caffeine-free – perfect for nighttime comfort.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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I’m drinking this right now. Taste wise, this is a let down to be honest. I was expecting something better with the natural flavors added to it. It smells as it should given its ingredients but taste wise it’s very herbal, grassy with just a hint of sweetness, although it doesn’t linger and leave its place to the typical dry taste of the raspberry leaf. There’s a tiny hint of tartness when you take a sip, and the nettle in it is quite noticeable, too. Not quite what you’d expect from something with “natural white chocolate mousse” in it!
With that being said, I’m always on the look out for blends that help me have all the good ingredients without the unpleasant taste of herbal teas. I wish I liked them. I don’t.
Raspberry leaf is incredible for women. I had it before my pregnancy to help with my periods, during my pregnancy (especially at the end) and after it to put everything back into place in my body.
I didn’t drink it with my 1st pregnancy, but I did with my second. I gave birth from start to finish in 4 hours and a half to a 10 pounds baby boy. It really strengthens your pelvic floor, which in turns makes contractions much more powerful. I will keep drinking it every night now to help my body. It’s very healthy.
So thanks David’s Tea for making this tea palatable. I HATED it on its own, and now its tolerable. It makes me relaxed, too. So unless I find something better, I’ll keep buying it. The nettle is also an amazing source of many nutrients and minerals. Don’t buy it for the taste, though, it’s not as good as it sounds!

Flavors: Dry Grass, Herbaceous, Plants, Tart

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Another new tea from the organic collection.

This is basically the replacement for Mighty Aphrodite, and it was crafted with a lot of intention – we heard the disappointment at no longer having a raspberry leaf blend on the tea wall after Mighty Aphrodite was retired and we listened to a lot of Tea Guide and Customer feedback when designing the replacement tea.

To be completely transparent, I adored Mighty Aphrodite and I was crushed when it was retired. I like this blend, but it doesn’t taste like Mighty Aphrodite to me at all. From a functional stand point, I would still drink it when I run out of my Mighty Aphrodite stash but I drank Mighty Aphrodite for flavour and not just for cramps – and I can’t say that I’ll do the same for this tea. That said, I don’t think it’s unpleasant at all and I really hope people enjoy it because the changes to the flavour were made by listening to what worked/didn’t work for most people. I am in the minority, in terms of liking Mighty Aphrodite so much.

So what does it taste like!?

Well, you can taste the raspberry leaf a little more clearly – it’s herbal, grassy and a little smokey. This is probably slightly exaggerated by the nettle. It’s also got a nice, light tartness from the cranberry in the blend. The other note that’s different is that it’s pretty creamy; like a nice raspberry and cream. Sort of a raspberry flavoured Campino candy, if you will? It’s still pretty light bodied, but I think has a bit of a stronger flavour overall than Mighty Aphrodite was. Also no apple at all, some doesn’t have any of that apple-y quality…

Personally passing, but happy for all the people who wanted raspberry leaf back on the tea wall!

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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