Super Fruit

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Blackcurrant, Blueberry, Cranberries, Currants, Elderberries, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours
Flavors
Berries, Hibiscus, Blueberry, Cranberry, Tart, Berry, Sweet
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Bulk, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Nik
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 g 11 oz / 315 ml

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A super fruity blend which actually tastes as great as it smells.

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65
2238 tasting notes

I’m drinking the remainder of Monday’s cold-brew of this at work today. I usually have hot tea at work, but it’s so hot in my reception area that I knew last night I’d need a cold drink today. This tea actually belongs to my mum, so it’s not in my cupboard. I drank it iced once or twice when I had my own box, but I’ve never tried it cold-brewed before. I actually think this is the best way to drink this tea. The berry flavours come out really well, and it doesn’t taste over much of hibiscus, which it’s certainly guilty of when brewed hot. A light, refreshing berry delight! Just the thing!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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6768 tasting notes

Well, Colored Me Surprised!

I really thought this was going to be pure hibiscus! I’m glad I was wrong! This was very good!

I can taste mostly elderberries and currants and blueberries! THEN the slightest hint of cranberries. The website said this has raisins in it but the wrapping doesn’t mention it…just for the record I cannot taste raisins. The Hibiscus is accompanying the berries but really isn’t much of a tangy/tart factor in the taste…it’s more fruity and berry like than hibiscus.

Pretty darned good!

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1379 tasting notes

I had one of these as a sample with a previous Teapigs order so it’s time to try it and make a little more space on my shelf (especially since I have gone crazy and ordered a lot of tea that I am still waiting to arrive).

Colour: Bright Red
Smell: Cranberry (sourish)

I can taste cranberry even though it’s not listed in the ingredients so I imagine it’s a mixture of the berries and the tartness of the hibiscus that’s created the melody. Not a fan of hibiscus at all but since this tastes fruity rather than outlandishly sour and tart for no reason so it does work.
Sweetness is there gently but could be sweetened to taste with additional sugar to take away some of the tartness.

Overall: Great to serve to friends and family if they want a fruit tea as it’s what they would expect, for me it’s not one of my favourites but still tasty and convenient.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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83
37 tasting notes

A very decent fruity tea without going overboard or ending up tasting bitter. Definitely a repurchase for me!

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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70
47 tasting notes

I’m tasting sweet blackcurrents more than anything else. Very fruity. The aroma of the dry temple wasn’t too pleasing though.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
itsnadia

Where were you able to find Teapigs in Singapore?

teainfusions

They had a corner at Takashimaya #B2, near Harrods, but the last I saw of it was in November 2013.

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159 tasting notes

sob Friends, if you think that berries and hibiscus will be anything like the perfection that is strawberry and rhubarb, you would be mistaken. So… very… mistaken. teapigs say that this tea tastes as good as it smells. This is truth in advertising: it smells awful. My rating for this blend is lemony puckerface. You know the one.

Flavors: Berries, Hibiscus

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML
ashmanra

“Teapigs says this tastes as good as it smells. This is truth in advertising: it smells awful.” I am ROLLING! Ha ha ha! Wonderful review! Thanks for the laugh!

Nik

[grin] Thank you, ashmanra. =)

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76
1205 tasting notes

I didn’t like this one hot, so I put it in the fridge for later. Cold, it tastes like Jello, but I don’t find that unpleasant in this context. It was pretty smooth and provided quite an accurate red Jello flavor. I’m sure that’s not what they were going for, but it worked.

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57
771 tasting notes

Considering how much I loathe hibiscus, this was….surprisingly good. Still not quite something I’d reach for given a choice of other good teas, but not cringe-worthy. Admittedly I put a bunch of sugar in it and also some milk like the packet recommended (well cream), although it curdled immediately so that wasn’t so nice. Still, overall this is more berries than hibiscus by a tiny tiny margin. I’ll have no trouble drinking this cup.

This was the third tea of my July Sipsby Box. I’m a bit behind.

Preparation
Boiling

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620 tasting notes

Sipdown 111/395

Metallic. Musty metallic grossness. Nope. There is a pretty decent fruitiness which comes out more with sugar, but the weird metallic note – which I think probably comes from hibiscus – it the first and last thing I taste.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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90
3 tasting notes

Super Fruit is one of my favorite teas. It is extremely flavourful, cranberry and blueberry being the primary tastes. While some berry teas tend to be more sweet, I definitely find this one to be more tart. I’ll sometimes add a teaspoon of sugar, however lately I have been drinking this particular tea without sugar at all. I really like the tartness of it, as it feels very rejuvenating. I also love the fact that it is so convenient, being a bag tea. I do have an array of loose tea, but whenever I am running short on time, I turn to this one!

Flavors: Blueberry, Cranberry, Hibiscus, Tart

Preparation
4 min, 30 sec

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