Cherry Berry Punch

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Black Fruit Blend
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Caffeine
Low
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Vegan
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From DAVIDsTEA

Sweet vibes only. Instantly quench your thirst with a tall glass of this punch-inspired berry black tea blend. From tart hibiscus and vibrant pineapple to juicy raspberries and a deep cherry aroma, it’s a poolside-ready pick-me-up that’ll keep you happy and hydrated while you take in the sunshine. Enjoy with ice and fresh raspberries or freeze into popsicles for a fruity summer treat.

What makes it great

Looking for a refreshing pick-me-up? This cherry tea is made with a caffeinated black tea to give you an energizing boost.

Tastes incredibly refreshing as an iced tea.

Try freezing it into popsicles for the ultimate beat-the-heat treat.

Black tea, Apple, Hibiscus blossoms, Candied pineapple (pineapple, sugar), Natural (cherry, pineapple) flavouring, Raspberries, Stevia extract.

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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This is nice but tbh I think I hoped for this to be Cherry Snowcone or whatever the cherry tea I used to like from DAVIDs was. That’s a weird expectation for a new tea to replicate an old one but for some reason it’s what I wanted so I was a bit sad when this tea wasn’t that. So while I enjoyed this sample enough, I don’t think I need more.

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11039 tasting notes

buh bye….while you were drinkable as a cold brew, that was about it. I want cherry snow cone!

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9931 tasting notes

First tea of the morning – had it during a Microsoft Teams meeting right at the start of my day. If I haven’t said it before, I hate remote meetings – it’s always hard to hear people, and I feel like I work in an office where everyone is so communicative with their hands and facial expressions that some of the meaning is always a little bit lost…

But, you do what you’ve gotta do.

I’m continuing to love this blend – that initial wave of adoration of the cherry flavour really hasn’t faded for me at all. It reminds me, as a hot cup, a lot of Cherry Nibs but juicier and tangier. Undercut with that licorice-y note though. Red licorice, to be clear, not black licorice/anise/licorice root type flavours.

With Goji Green being discontinued now, this may be my closest thing to a replacement. I loved that red licorice/raspberry note in Goji Green and I feel like it’s here too.

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.

LuckyMe

I’m used to remote meetings as my office is geographically dispersed but we just moved to Microsoft Teams and it sucks. Give me Zoom or the old Skype any day.

Roswell Strange

I’ve never used Zoom before; it’s probably a miracle I’ve navigated the pandemic so far without it… It’s interesting that you prefer it though – what do you think the advantages are?

Shae

Teams would be great if my company hadn’t disabled all of its best features.

Sil

teams has visual, so you should be able to have face to face meetings. We do it all the time at work. I despise skype vs teams…..zoom would be fine, though teams has a lot of collaboration tools we use, now that people are getting used to things

Roswell Strange

Usually only the presenter will have visual (and shared screen versus their face) – with meetings that sometimes have 10+ everyone having their screens on at once can mess with the flow too…

OMGsrsly

I think we’re getting Teams at work soon, but right now we mostly use Zoom for meetings and for classes. It really sucks because something about Zoom keeps disconnecting my Bluetooth headphones. I hate being plugged in when I’m in a group meeting.

Martin Bednář

We use(d) only Teams for classes, my brother uses it in work every day andd haven’t heard any complains, only that it’s different than Skype. But I think it is what are you used to use ;)

I would rather not even to try work with those programms, but what we can do, right?

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