Once you read name of this tea, it will remind you Stash’s green tea with the same name. I hope that Basilur took notes and made a better tea for us. First of all, this is not a green tea. It does contain stevia though. And no raspberries in; instead there is half of the bag filled with hibiscus (yes, sometimes it has raspberry flavour, indeed) and there is more of the orange (8 per cent) than pomegranate (4 per cent)

But it smells actually nice and genuine. I do notice raspberries (well, there is an aroma of it) as well juicy pomegranate. At least, aromas fit the promised notes.

Even flavours seems to be fitting the name. Juicy pomergranate with something like raspberry seed note; also there is something tart but both fruits are a bit tart themselves, so this is not a flaw because too much hibiscus used. I assume that the stevia tames it (and well done). Also it’s not metallic, herbaceous or other off notes as that dreadful tea I mentioned by the beginning of the note.

I assume it is pretty good example of this flavour profile. Juicy, a little tart, fruity, both flavours well presented.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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