Pom Punch

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White Tea
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Caffeine
Low
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Vegan
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From T Kettle

Heartful pomegranate with a sweet and somewhat tart finish.

If you’ve been searching for a tea to encapsulate the magic of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, you’ve found it. We’ve crafted this punchy mélange of fruit, flowers, herbs, and natural flavours to add a mouthful of flavour to the dazzling array on offer daily in this ancient market. Simply captivating.

Apple, Pomegranate, Hibiscus, White tea, Rose petals, Pineapple + Papaya, Stevia, Safflower petals, Natural flavors.

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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So, when I see the name “Pom Punch” I expect the flavour here to have some intensity. Maybe a pucker/tartness, maybe a lot of sweetness similar to a “punch” like the drink – but just some kind of “bang” to it – and of course that makes sense to me because I’m pretty sure the intention with this blend was to mirror DT’s Pomegrateful white tea blend which is a pretty juicy, sweet and strongly flavoured tea…

With that in mind – I don’t really feel like the name matches the profile!? I mean, the pomegranate is spot on – this does, to me at least, taste pretty clearly like pomegranate. However, it’s more of a gentler and light to medium bodied take on that profile with a lot more of the white tea flavour coming through than what does in Pomegrateful. Even if you don’t view this as a recreation of that tea, I feel like I would have been at least a tiny bit disappointed by the name. It’s so soft and soothing, albeit the finish is a little more tart and crisp.

That said, I like this tea. I don’t think I’d want to stock up on it because I just don’t see myself craving this kind of softer pomegranate profile often but I actually think I prefer it to the almost more generic “red fruit” that I get in Pomegrateful. They’re just so dissimilar!

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