Wonderful, fruity smell, but mainly from apples, which are not mentioned on the box. Gooseberry is always hard to sense and the pomegranate is added not as a juice or aroma, but only as a peel, so the tea’s name is very misleading.
The taste is also mainly apple, with some sour-ish notes from gooseberry and rosehip and leafy aromas from blackberry leaves.

Actually it’s not bad, but I can’t give this tea a good grade, because it’s bases on a lie. It’s not pomegranate and gooseberry, but rather apple and rosehip with really small additions of other things. Shame on you, Irving!

Flavors: Apple, Fruity, Rosehips, Sour

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 g 7 OZ / 200 ML

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I drink tea almost all the time.

However, my tea drinking can be divided into two main categories.

1. I work a lot at my computer and when I work, I need to always have tea at hand. That’s when I drink bag varieties, mostly black blends, often corporate ones. They need to be at least drinkable, of course, but I don’t focus on the taste much, though I don’t go below a certain level…

2. When I read (and read a lot) or when I’m just relaxing, I savor tea. That’s when the better varieties come into play, that’s when I use leafs instead of bags, that’s when I really focus on what I’m drinking.

I’m Polish, temporarily living in Copenhagen, Denmark.



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