Organic Blueberry Green Tea

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Blueberry, Honey, Artichoke, Lettuce
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Organic green tea, organic white tea, organic blueberries, organic cornflowers, natural organic flavoring.

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1118 tasting notes

I woke up this morning craving something that wasn’t an Assam. This might be a sign of the end times, people. Instead of something rich and malty I wanted something green and fruity. This tea fits the bill nicely.

There is a wonderful blueberry flavor here. I’m also really liking the grassy notes in the green tea. It’s sweet and clean reminding me of grass that has been freshly mowed. The combination is undeniably spring-like and perfect for a warm, slightly humid morning.

I’m glad I made a pot of this one rather than a single cup. It’ll be nice to sip on while catching up on emails.

180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

It’s fun to have something different every once in a while.

Terri HarpLady

Maybe it’s just of the season?


I think it is the season. Of course this afternoon I had Irish Breakfast because I neeeeeded it. Old habits die hard. :)

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24 tasting notes

Once upon a time, I thought cheap, generic tea bags were good stuff. Then, I began dabbling in the art of loose leaf, by way of my local Wegman’s. The few selections there became my new tea heaven, and couldn’t imagine much better! After making my way into high-quality loose leaf, there are only a select few teas that I still drive all the way there to enjoy. The Blueberry Green is one of them.

I’m not so sure that the green tea is the greatest quality, but it’s wonderfully countered by the dried blueberries in a way that doesn’t make the tea unpleasant. I actually prefer drinking it without any add-ins because of how great it is by itself! The green tea can be a little bitter if it isn’t brewed carefully, but I always look forward to my cup of Blueberry Green.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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451 tasting notes

I love this tea. The green tea is a bit dry, but that’s nicely balanced by the sweet, juicy blueberries.

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630 tasting notes

Unremarkable but very tasty. I think this will be much better for me iced – the blueberry is present, but not overwhelming, and the green tea is flavorful and not at all bitter.

165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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6 tasting notes

Something sweet and never sour. This blueberry tea is simply delicious. I wandered upon it into the loose tea section at Wegmans. I purchased it and was taken into a journey of delight. This tea was perfect, it was bright with berry flavor and didn;t need any added sugar or honey. I felt like I was drinking a cup of warm happiness. I highly recommend this for a morning tea. It will brighten your day.

Flavors: Blueberry, Honey

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1113 tasting notes

Thanks for the sample cookies!

I drank this one iced with my lunch today. The blueberry flavor is nice and pretty natural, and the green tea is mild and a little vegetal. I think this would be better with a little tartness to offset the sweetness. Just my opinion though! Not bad, not spectacular either :)

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3962 tasting notes

Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox Round #3 – Tea #24
We have some Wegman’s around here, so it’s nice to see kind of a “local” tea. This is actually very nice for a grocery store tea! White and green teas mixed with plenty of blueberries. There was around ten in the infuser. I think they also add blueberry flavoring since I doubt there would be that much blueberry flavoring even with all those blueberries. I only saw a few pieces of white tea, so this is mostly green tea here. I like it!
Steep #1 // 25 min after boiling // 2-3min
Steep #2 // half mug // 20 min after boiling // 2-3 min


I find the Wegmans tea pretty excellent, especially the prices!

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921 tasting notes

Yesterday was awesome, I am still basking in the fun glow. Since this week will be Ben’s first week back at work, he wanted to do something fun with me, so we went to the zoo! Since I am photosensitive, this means we were there at its 8 am opening, we wandered around for five hours and I am so sore today, but it was totally worth it. I got some awesome photos, a tiny plushie Red Panda, and even got to pet an Ibis. It was truly an awesome day.

When I was visiting my mom in Pennsylvania last summer (and therefore had access to my favorite grocery store) I became mildly addicted to today’s tea. Wegman’s Organic Blueberry Green Tea is a blend of Green Tea, White Tea, Blueberries, Cornflower Petals, and Flavoring. The aroma of the leaves is delightfully fruity, it smells like sweet blueberries and fresh vegetation. There is a hint of lettuce and very delicate floral as well, for the finish we have a slight peppery kick.

The aroma of the brewed tea is quite sweet and very vegetal, it reminds me of a mild Bi Luo Chun with notes of artichoke and lychee. This blends really well with the blueberry aroma. The liquid has a very blueberry heavy aroma, which makes me happy, there are also notes of lychee and fresh vegetation with a gentle finish of lettuce.

It is no secret that of all the flavorings you can add to things, blueberries are my favorite, but it has to taste like sweet, fresh, wild Maine Blueberries from my childhood memories or I won’t like it. None of those tart blueberries for me, please. I admit, when I was drinking this over the summer I primarily had it sweetened and frequently chilled. I have since moved away from sweetening my teas and only rarely chill them, so lets see if I still love it as much. The taste is delicate and sweet, the blueberry taste is faint, it is more like having blueberries in the tea and not flavoring it. There are notes of artichoke, lettuce, and a tiny bit of acidic citrus at the finish. On a whim I added a bit of sugar and the faint blueberries pop into a rich blueberry flavor. I guess some things never change, my love for strong blueberries certainly doesn’t!

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Flavors: Artichoke, Blueberry, Lettuce


I really like this tea and go through phases where I can’t get enough of it. It’s one of the better blueberry teas I’ve found.


Agree! I was originally a big fan of Bigelow’s Blueberry green, but they changed the recipe and I wanted to stop using tea bags, this was the perfect transition tea.

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