Maine Teaberry Tea

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From The Republic of Tea

This pleasing loose tea blends teaberry, blueberries, birch, rose hips, cranberries, hibiscus, chicory and wintergreen oil to make an invigorating brew. All ingredients are indigenous to Maine. Made for us exclusively by the Republic of Tea. Caffeine-free.

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The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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Blah. I know I said I was neutral on this like a year ago…but…nah…


Aww, that’s sad. I thought anything with the word ‘Maine’ in it was supposed to be delicious. Isn’t that a rule or something?


While this sounds intriguing I think they might have,,,overdone it on the number of ingredients. There seems to be quite a lot going on there.

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this sampling. I haven’t tried it before!

This is a very unusual tasting tisane, and I’m not sure exactly yet what I really think about it… so I won’t rate it numerically until I am.

The wintergreen flavor makes this tea palatable, in my opinion. I am not particularly fond of hibiscus, and this blend is quite heavily laden with it, but the wintergreen with the hibiscus makes this a very unusual yet intriguing flavor. I can taste the woodsy note as well as the blueberry.

An interesting blend.

Edited to add: After the tea cooled to the point where I could drink it – I couldn’t. It really wasn’t very good… what demonstrated some promise in this tea was lost as the tea cooled off a bit. Not pleased with this one at all, and I couldn’t finish the cup.

Boiling 8 min or more

I’m thinking I was overly generous with my 54 rating…lol…it’s was memorable but not for a good reason! LOL

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This is probably the most complex tasting tea I have ever drank and if a tea can taste like a place this is it.

I can easily taste Blueberry, birch bark, wintergreen, cranberry and other true Maine flavors all mixed together. I know it doesn’t sound good but it is tea, it is supposed to taste good, and it does.

I wish they made this in teabags instead of just loose, also wish they sold this on their website but it is exclusive to some mail order house in Maine that charges waaaay to much for it.


This sounds like they’ve packed a perfect winter in a tin. Interesting. Very interesting. If I’m being honest, I’ve been a little wary of Republic of Tea, but I might need to pop my RoT cherry for this one.

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