Red Cherry (Sip for the Cure)

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From The Republic of Tea

Enjoy this pure, delicate cup with the white downy buds of 100% China white tea blended with the sweet notes of ripe, red cherries. This cup is mellow yet sophisticated in flavor.

$1 from the sale of this tin will support Susan G. Komen for the Cure in their fight against breast cancer.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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The first time I had this, I let it steep WAAAAAAAAAAAAY to long and it was like sucking on a car air freshener. The second time, I only steeped it about a minute, but the cherry flavor was still a little too much for me.

Rena Sherwood

I have to ask — have you ever sucked on a car air freshener?


LOL no. The tea just had that strong and overpowering flavor like the scent of a freshly opened air freshener. It was just too much.

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13 tasting notes

I didn’t care for this tea. The taste was a general “fruitiness”, not cherry specifically. Also, it was quite sweet and I occasionally got a bitter taste (maybe overheated the water?). All in all, I wouldn’t re-order.

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it’s been a long time since I’ve logged, but here we go!
In contrast to other tea notes about this cherry white tea, I found it to be very light in taste. I was hoping for more cherry taste. It’s barely there, and fades quick. Smells nice. But the tea isn’t even red so how much cherry can there be?
Disappointing tea note from me for this Cherry Charity tea (sip for the cure) but I recommend trying the Sip For The Cure Pomegranate Vanilla Red Tea.

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Another tea that I thought I’d probably dislike- but I’d never tried cherry in tea, and again, we had individual tea bags at school, so I nabbed one. It’s actually not bad. White tea disappears when flavor is added, and this smells a lot more strongly of cherry than it tastes. The smell seems to even contain hints of vanilla, but the tea itself is mild-cherry, not sweet at all, but not bitter. I accidentally left the tea bag in the travel mug (got distracted), so it was probably in there for 30 minutes- I actually didn’t think it was gross.
I’d never have taken a chance and bought this- particular since I think RoT teas are overpriced (sad, because I love some of them). I’m glad I got to try it though.

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162 tasting notes

Bold cherry taste with white tea supporting it. Not too shabby actually.

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