T-Bears Gummi Bear

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This tea is rated G for Gummi. While one little Gummi Bear went to the market, the rest thankfully went into our playful fruit tea. For anyone who wants to feel like a kid!

Ingredients: Fruit juice gummi bears, apple pieces, hibiscus blossoms, rose hips, lemon grass, flavor, lemon peel, orange peeland sunflower blossoms.

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This tea is… Why!?

I guess putting gummy bears in your tea must be a novelty thing or meant to appeal to kids? However, it baffles me because I can’t imagine they impart a lot of flavour or melt down all that nicely; and if the amount of gummy bears isn’t JUST RIGHT in the blend then you have cups missing them (and they at least feel like a crucial ingredient based on the name) or they take over the cup given the size/weight!

I steeped this up though, and tried to keep an open mind. It tastes fine; but not particularly “gummy bear” like in terms of flavour. While it definitely get sweeter and mellowed out a little bit as the tea cooled, I found the profile to be an essentially hibiscus and orange dominant cup with a lot of tartness and general acidity. Not bad at all, but super generic and not really worth the novelty of buying a ‘gummy bear’ tea IMO.

But I guess it made for a cute photo so I suppose that’s a win!?

EDIT: Worth noting that this would probably be decent iced.


Hmm. Did they melt? Or do they just sort of swim around in there? I think if they don’t melt I’m a little scared. But if they do melt, that seems a little horrifying, too.

Roswell Strange

They mostly melted, but definitely some sticky gummy bear goo left in the infuser, and some of that “oil slick” sort of mouthfeel too from the melted down gelatin.


Nice. ;-)

Mastress Alita

I’m having a hard time picturing it too… though if a tea could somehow properly capture the flavor essense of chocolate-covered Gummy Bears without it tasting like fake-Red Hots cinnamon flavoring and weak-sauce chocolate flavoring, I would sooooooooo be down for that.

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