Wild Berry Plum

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From The Republic of Tea

Daily Green Tea – A distinctly clean and bright flavored healthy China green tea. The heady aroma of sweet berries is balanced with the tartness of ripe plum… a flavorful way to refresh the day.

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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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Thanks again terri!

As far as bagged fruity teas go? This one isn’t half bad. I sadly, didn’t take notes while drinking it but i have another bag at work I can try. Though I might try this as a cold brew to try it as a potential iced tea. It was pretty good…but then maybe that was in comparison to the mate tea i was drinking. blech.


i took all the bagged teas that you and whatshesaid sent me and brought them to work so that I can use work tea time for bagged teas. I have a finum at work as well, but i figure the bagged teas give me an excuse to drink them at work…since at home i’ll almost always go for anything BUT a bagged tea lol

Terri HarpLady

My bagged teas, what few I have, end up in my purse, just in case I’m out & about wanting tea, with nothing worthy available. OR I serve them to guests, LOL!



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another sipdown from yesterday…

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Another sample from my big sis, Harplady. This smelled good, like berries and spice and vanilla and maybe something floral and sweet. I was optimistic as I poured hot water into the cup. Unfortunately, following a brief and intense topnote, the scent of the brew subsided to simply tea with a bit of berry overtone. The end product was a slightly astringent green tea with a bit of fruitiness. Not much though, it tasted mostly of tea and watery tea at that. Nothing to write home about.

Oh well, there were two or three bags left, enough to make a nice jar of summery cold brew. I put all of them in a quart jar and let it steep overnight. The brew was darker and stronger and not particularly objectionable, but was still very ho hum forgettable. Generally pretty much what I’ve come to expect from this pricy, overhyped brand. Yet another variety I don’t plan to stock up on. Thanks big sis, for saving me a small fortune.

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