Blackberry Vanilla Infusion

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Fruity, Tart, Blackberry, Sour, Berries
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec 122 oz / 3593 ml

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1759 tasting notes

Time really does mellow teas out. I must remember that!!
This… well it wasn’t so terrible this time around. Yay! The vanilla, it took a step back and let the berry peek out. Yes I quite enjoyed my cup. Still a bit too dusty and tart, but I can now see myself drinking the rest of it down. Raising the rating a bit!


That’s good to know. I’ve had a box of this sitting on my shelf for a while now. Maybe I’ll give it another try.


Definitely worth another try. Let me know how it turns out!

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1118 tasting notes


I wanted something warm to drink, but I had reached my caffeine limit for the moment, so made myself a cup of this to throw in my travel mug while I was out running errands. It was something to sip and enjoy without feeling that I needed to pay a lot of attention to it. I have to say, I am enjoying this one more than I thought I would.


I had this tea a while back, and I was thinking the same thing. I’m not too keen on blackberry teas (they seem to taste like cough medicine to me), but this one wasn’t half bad.


Good to know. Since there is—at least in my experience—no such thing as a really good black decaf tea, my preference among other decafs is anything fruit flavored that isn’t bitingly tart. (Their pineapple chamomile pyramid bags are nice, too.)

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357 tasting notes

Steepster was playing up for me earlier today, so this was actually written this morning.

My Dad and step-mom are busy setting up for my step-grandma’s 90th birthday today. The hubby and I went over last night to drop off some chairs for the big event. My hubby always likes to show up at their place right after dinnertime. Even though we always have tons of food in our house, he just loves my Dad and step-mom’s cooking, and they just love to feed us whenever we visit. It’s amazing that they always seem to have leftovers for him, as if they know he’s coming. It’s kind of cute.

My Dad offered me a cup of this tea. It’s not bad, in fact, this used to be one of my favorites at his house, but compared to the teas that I buy, it’s nowhere near my favorite. It has a touch more tartness than I like, and the teabag itself is only strong enough to make a single mug at the strength that I like. As far as grocery store boxed teas go, it’s still pretty decent, I just wouldn’t buy it for myself when there are so many nicer options that I enjoy.


I love the leftovers story. =)


My family keeps me entertained :)

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253 tasting notes

No sugar in my tea today. What a challenge for a sweet tooth like me! This tea is very sour without my beloved honey.

Flavors: Berries


No sugar?!?! I’m right there with you, that would be tough. I take a little sugar in almost all of my teas too.


Its sooo hard! But I have a few reasons for trying:

1.) Simplicity- For example if I’m at somebodies house: Teabag, hot water, boom. Done.
2.) Healthier- Less sugar in the diet = good
3.) Cost- Some much money being spent on sugar and honey that could be going towards more tea!

BONUS: so many other people do it, so why can’t I? >_< lol

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95 tasting notes

This is a fruity infusion that tastes mostly of hibiscus. It is bright, tart, and refreshing. I have trouble picking out particular blackberry flavor (mostly generally fruitiness) and maybe the vanilla is present as just touch of creaminess. I like hibiscus, but there is a slight off-taste that I don’t like.

Boiling 8 min or more

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This was a gift I received along with Bavarian Wild Berry (also by Lipton). I’m not much of a fan of either flavors, but this one is my least favorite of the two. I will try giving it away.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Although I much prefer loose teas now as opposed to pre-baged ones I still like to try a new one every now and then. Usually they’re nothing special, I’ll try it once and that’s usually it other than the black tea bags and maybe a honey lemon that I always have on hand. This one, however, is now a must have in my cupboard.

More of a juice tea for sure, and super cool in it’s pink colour after being steeped. Personally I like to leave the bag in for this one the entire time to strengthen the taste. A little bitter tasting at times but not overwhelmingly so. I think this must come from the blackberries as I find it to be almost identical to when I eat them fresh.

I have to disagree with Indigobloom about the teabags. I find these to be extra sturdy and probably one of the best designs I’ve ever used in terms of not ripping…plus the triangle shape is just plain cool!

Tried this one iced for the first time the other day….steeped two bags in hot water to make sure it didn’t taste too watery and then poured over ice. Delicious!!! Actually probably one of the better iced teas I’ve had.

The only negative thing I would have to say is agreeing with the hibiscus flavour….I find you can only taste it when it’s at that in between point between hot and cold. Still steaming?? Great! Iced?? Great! Cooled off and sitting for a while?? Not so much.

8 min or more

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516 tasting notes

My mom in law gave me one to try ._.
Ah hibiscus run!!
I steeped for maybe 2 minutes haha, and it’s pretty darn sour.
It has a yummy aftertaste though – like those Rocket candies, or those suckers made of powder.

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2 tasting notes

Oooh this tea. I love this tea for those days when I’m ill and should really be drinking fruit juice instead. The tartness from the berried and the sort of candied taste from the hibiscus remind me of Tazo’s Brambleberry tea that comes in bottles, minus the hint of cinnamon and mint. I like to add a nice spoonful of demarara sugar to my cup for an extra sweet kick.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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25 tasting notes

Entirely not bad. I very much enjoyed the smells, but the taste was a little lacking. Oh well.

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