Red Raspberry Herbal Tea

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Berries, Berry, Raspberry, Tart, Fruity
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Caffeine Free
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 268 ml

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Here’s a delicious country fresh blend with the delightful taste of ripe, red raspberry. You’ll love Red Raspberry’s™ invigorating flavor. 20 individually foil wrapped tea bags per box. Natural and Artificially flavored.

Ingredients: hibiscus, rose hips, apples, elderberries, natural and artificial raspberry flavors (wheat, gluten free)

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Bleah. I had to travel over the last couple of days unexpectedly so I had no time to find travel tea. I was dying for some herbal tea on Weds and I was staying with family. This was the only tea in the house. It’s awful. I expected it to be too syrupy sweet and it was exactly the opposite. Bland. And it had that smell that I sometimes describe as ‘vomity’. Yeah, that’s never a good smell.

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This tea wasn’t awful, but I wouldn’t have it again. I found it a little sour and sort of lacking in general. Not terribly tasty.

Flavors: Raspberry

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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My favorite straight raspberry flavored herbal tea. I’m a HUGE fan of raspberries, raspberry is my favorite fruit in flavor, hands down! I enjoy the slight tartness with bright and slightly earthy flavor of raspberries. I could say “raspberry” a few more times, and I likely will, so repetitive! This is my preferred raspberry tea to all grocery and special-teas I’ve found.

*Bright raspberry with very slight acidity and slight natural sweetness
*Slight acidity without an overabundance of citric acid to emulate a false kind of flavoring either warm or iced, but interferes with blending it with black teas (it turns the delicate flavor a bit too much to maintain an over smooth blend of flavors,) but could mix well with other herbal blends (especially lemon)
*The flavor doesn’t change much for iced tea usage
*Becomes only a small bit less pleasant as it cools to lukewarm

*3 minutes, smooth and alright for a light drink
*3.5 minutes, smooth slightly stronger
*4 minutes, good for straight drinking with no additives
*4.5 minutes, very good and smooth (see a trend? This is a balanced and true-to-the-fruit flavor,) good for iced tea
*5 minutes, best for iced tea

*I find all temperatures create a pleasant flavor, but I prefer just under boiling (175 max) for pretty much any kind of tea without certain components that love super-high heat
*Cold brewing works quite alright for this, but suntea methods are perfect for reducing the acidity in iced tea

Flavors: Fruity, Raspberry

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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338 tasting notes

Full-on raspberry, oh my! Which is a good thing, in this case. I wish DavidsTea (or someone similar) made a loose leaf version of this one, as I’ve mostly turned away from bagged teas. If anyone out there knows of such as option, let me know!

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56 tasting notes

It’s very juicy like a tangy-sweet flavor. I do enjoy over iced but i can’t stand it hot.

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63 tasting notes

This is more like a great raspberry drink. The raspberry smacks you right in the face. I like it a lot.

205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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96 tasting notes

This tea. My grandmother sent it to me in a ‘care package’ but I think she was just trying to unload it on me.

I tried it hot and couldn’t drink it. So, I thought I’d try it iced with a bit of lemon juice and that really didn’t help it either.

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