Pomegranate & Raspberry

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Hibiscus, Licorice Root, Natural Flavours, Orange Leaves, Roasted Chicory Root, Rose Hips
Flavors
Acidic, Artificial, Bright, Floral, Pomegranate, Red Fruits, Rosehips, Sweet, Tart, Raspberry, Fruity, Pleasantly Sour, Berry, Hibiscus
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 256 ml

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  • “Mmmmmm, this tea was nice! It’s usually very hard to please me in the “fruity herbal” department, although I am a big time sucker for anything berry-flavored. The sweetness of the pomegranate...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is one of the best herbal teas I’ve ever tasted. For once, that very assertive trademark hibiscus flavor only serves to benefit the tea! The hibiscus taste really brings that pucker to the...” Read full tasting note
    97
  • “Smells like red jello and vitamins, tastes sweet-tart. This one’s too sharp for me. The pomegranate flavor is pretty spot on, though. I like Twinings Holiday Berry better. It has more of a...” Read full tasting note
    40
  • “Day 16 of my Steepster homemade advent calendar from Kelmishka! I’ve still been drinking my advents the past couple of days but I needed a break from writing up proper tasting notes. So now I have...” Read full tasting note
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A flavourful herbal tea expertly blended with the fresh, juicy flavours of pomegranate and raspberry to deliver a delicious tea with a bold, fruity aroma and naturally sweet taste.

Ingredients: Rosehips, Hibiscus, Natural pomegranate and raspberry flavours with other natural flavours, Orange leaves, Apple pieces, Liquorice root, Roasted chicory root

To savour the full flavour of our teas, bring water to boil, and pour over the tea as soon as it reaches boiling. Over-boiling will cause oxygen to be reduced, making the tea taste “flat”. Brew 3-5 minutes or to desired taste.

*We do not recommend using a microwave to boil your cup of water.

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737 tasting notes

Mmmmmm, this tea was nice! It’s usually very hard to please me in the “fruity herbal” department, although I am a big time sucker for anything berry-flavored. The sweetness of the pomegranate balances out the tartness of the raspberry beautifully, and it’s not like WOAH-Holy-Hibiscus-Get-This-Nasty-Bitter-Sludge-Outta-My-Mouth (Thank God). It steeps a nice red color, and it smells melodic. I added a teaspoon of honey, and it was just perfect.

Lovely afternoon tea to have with a friend. Which I did. :)

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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This is one of the best herbal teas I’ve ever tasted. For once, that very assertive trademark hibiscus flavor only serves to benefit the tea! The hibiscus taste really brings that pucker to the pomegranate flavor, and the raspberry tastes seedy and juicy. Tastes like it would be great iced – pity I don’t have another bag to test that with!

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1566 tasting notes

Smells like red jello and vitamins, tastes sweet-tart. This one’s too sharp for me. The pomegranate flavor is pretty spot on, though. I like Twinings Holiday Berry better. It has more of a darker red fruits flavor. I also seem to be in the minority for not liking this tea.

Flavors: Acidic, Artificial, Bright, Floral, Pomegranate, Red Fruits, Rosehips, Sweet, Tart

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1163 tasting notes

Day 16 of my Steepster homemade advent calendar from Kelmishka! I’ve still been drinking my advents the past couple of days but I needed a break from writing up proper tasting notes. So now I have some catching up to do! Thankfully I took handwritten notes to work off of.

I like the pomegranate and raspberry flavors in here! They’re sweet and juicy. It’s got some hibiscus tartness going too, and a little bit of that same syrupiness that some of the Clipper berry teas have. I’m not sure what causes that! In this case, it’s mild enough to be pleasing rather than off-putting – but it does make me think this is one herbal where I wouldn’t suggest leaving the bag in indefinitely. This would also probably make a good tea soda.

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I love fruit and hibiscus teas and the liquorice and chicory added a nice complexity

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Had high hopes for this one but ultimately I found that the flavor left much to be desired. I didn’t use too much water so it couldn’t have been overly diluted. Had a lot of potential but just wish that the pomegranate and raspberry notes were more prominent.

Flavors: Pomegranate, Raspberry

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Love this herbal tea, perfect sweetness to it. It has a little floral aspect to it as well.

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112 tasting notes

While the tea was steeping I thought it smelled somewhere between hot cough syrup and hot Kool-Aid. However, this tea really redeemed itself because it tasted really good. I was quite happy with the blend of fruity flavors. It did not taste at all tart the way I steeped it (with water just below boiling temperature for 4 minutes).

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML

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59 tasting notes

This tea smells amazing and tastes just as good. I bought this for the hibiscus, but I bought it again for the whole package. It’s the exact right balance of sweet, sour, fruity and floral.

Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Pleasantly Sour, Sweet

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