Dolley Madison Whole Fruit

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Blackberry, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Papaya, Pineapple, Raspberry, Rose Hips, Strawberry
Flavors
Berries, Black Currant, Fruit Punch, Hibiscus, Jam, Strawberry, Sweet, Tangy
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 8 min or more 22 oz / 650 ml

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  • “Sweet strawberry and black currant, tart hibiscus I’m still fond of you. Needed a new cold brew candidate and I hadn’t marked D off my Ode to Tea list yet, so this is my D entry! It’s a basic fruit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A nice bright and refreshing fruit tea that works well hot or iced. The hibiscus is front and present which makes it taste like a Celestial Seasonings Tea on steroids, but it doesn’t distract as...” Read full tasting note
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From Capital Teas

Named after the late US First Lady known best to be a grand hostess to presidents, statesmen and dignitaries from around the world, this delicious fruit tisane is a blend of hibiscus petals, rosehip chips, dried apples and strawberries, orange and lemon peels, blackberries, raspberries, and pineapples. Having a bold, berry taste, you will find this fruit tisane to be a quick favorite by all and enjoyable either hot or iced.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, rosehip, dried apple, dried strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, pineapple, papaya, brambleberry, natural flavors

Steeping Instructions: 1.5 tsp, 208 F, 8-10 min.

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2 Tasting Notes

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990 tasting notes

Sweet strawberry and
black currant, tart hibiscus
I’m still fond of you.

Needed a new cold brew candidate and I hadn’t marked D off my Ode to Tea list yet, so this is my D entry!

It’s a basic fruit tisane… I love these sorts of teas, but at the same time acknowledge they all typically taste the same and rarely stand out much. There are lots of fruits in it, but other than a sort of generic “fruit punch” flavor from those different fruits and the hibiscus base, I really only distinctly make out a sweet strawberry note, which has sort of a jammy quality, and a tangier black currant flavor (with black currant being one of the few fruits not included in the blend… I guess there is just something about this mix of flavors reading that way to me).

Not special, but extremely thirst-quenching and easy to sip from my cold water bottle. I imagine I’ll go through it quite quickly!

Probably not a tea for the hibiscus averse, but for those that like hibi/fruit teas, it’s fine. But it isn’t special either, and this flavor could easily be found just about anywhere from a variety of hibi/fruit teas.

Flavors: Berries, Black Currant, Fruit Punch, Hibiscus, Jam, Strawberry, Sweet, Tangy

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 4 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML
Shae

I like your haiku for this one!

Mastress Alita

I admit it, it was a shameless desire of mine to see tea haikus. I will be sad when today is over, lawl!

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A nice bright and refreshing fruit tea that works well hot or iced. The hibiscus is front and present which makes it taste like a Celestial Seasonings Tea on steroids, but it doesn’t distract as much from the fruit flavors as it might. Berries and apples dominate the flavor at the start of the sip with pineapple and a slight citrus twang at the end.

It’s a great tea for a warm summer morning, a nice little treat on the way to work to get you back into the week after a long summer weekend.

While there is certainly nothing wrong with this tea, I prefer a little more citrus in my herbal teas. Your mileage, as always, may vary.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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