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TeaVivre's Fruit Tea's make great, low calorie, caffeine-free, refreshing drinks for anytime of the day. Made only from carefully matched flower petals, dried fruit and berries, they all have high levels of vitamins and minerals and – most importantly – taste and smell great! They are all fantastic to drink either hot or iced.
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If you love blueberries as much as I do, you have got to try this tea! I bought it for blending and to brew as an iced tea, and it's fantastic for both. It packs a lot of flavor, which is ideal for blending, and it's very refreshing iced. As others have said, it is a little tart, so sometimes I like to blend it with some rooibos, white tea, or even another fruit tea to mellow the flavor out. I've never felt the need to sweeten it myself, but I think it would taste good sweetened if you like sweeter teas. Overall, I'm very pleased with this tea. I'm planning to mix in some chai once the weather gets cold, so I can enjoy it year-round!
This tea is tasty iced. Add some sugar to this tea and you have a really amazing iced tea even though it's still good without sugar. The taste of the blueberries is really nice.
This is very good, but a bit more sour than I ever really imagine blueberry being, so it masks the flavor just a bit. That being said, it makes an amazing iced tea if you add a little sweetener, and you can definitely taste blueberry. People who love juice REALLY need to give herbal blends like this a try - once you wean yourself off all the sugar, and a teaspoon in a cup tastes sweet to you, you will never go back.
Purchased the tea for the first time and as usual was not disappointed. Hot or Iced this tea very flavorful with or without honey.
I got just a sample from this tea and I love it !! I would give more than 5 stars ! The strong red colour addicts you !
Oh-My-God. This is one of the best fruit teas I've ever had. I had it as a sample. Cannot wait to get more.
This is not your typical "watered down" herbal tea- it is packed with flavor...there is definitely no skimping on this wonderful fruit flavor. It’s thicker and flavorful like a juice. Sooo delicious! And for those of you who don’t like hibiscus, don’t fret… this tea has the tiniest little taste of it (roselle is a species of hibiscus) that just enhances the flavor. Seriously, this tea is like a bowl of fresh blueberries, cherries, and currants wrapped into one. It is a little tart…but tart in an amazing way. I love it! Will be buying again.
Enjoyed this as a free sample & will definitely be purchasing it on my next order! Lovely!
The tea smells amazing right after opening the packet. There is a very fruity, wildberry-like scent even after steeping. However the tea, when served hot, is rather sour and it should have more blueberry taste. Altogether I am satisfied, it is a refreshing beverage with a nice scent and taste, but don't expect blueberries as a major taste...
A really beautiful tea, full flavoured and a very good pick me up. A lovely colour which I am looking forward to displaying in a glass teacup.
Reply: Dear Kieran, Thank you very much for writing to us. Actually both brewing methods are okay. You can refer to these method. Hope this is helpfulf for you. Wish you a good day.
Reply: Dear Kieran, Thank you very much for writing to us. The Blueberry Fruit Tea can be brewed for 2-3 times. Hope this is helpful for you.
Reply: Dear Carlo, Thank you very much for writing to us. There are three steps to make iced tea. 1. Use the hot water to brew the blueberry fruit tea; 2. put the tea aside and wait the hot tea cool down; 3. put the tea into your refrigerator, or just add some ice bricks into the tea.
Reply: Hello Marilou, the Blueberry Fruit Tea has no flavouring. Its flavor is the natural fragrance and aroma of dehydrated blueberry, and other fruits and flowers, as you can see in the Ingredients of this tea.
Reply: We usually use 8~9 grams for 8oz of water.
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