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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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I bought this tea as a sample, but I will definitely buy more ! The red colour and the taste of apples in combination with pineapple has fascinated me ! Some lemon juice put this tea in value for a hot summer day !
This is really tasty – I made it to be iced, as I am anticipating plowing through my iced tea collection rather quickly now that 80+ degree days are the norm, and I might need more of this. A lot more. It has hibiscus, which I don’t mind, but it isn’t overpowering like many other fruit blends are. I definitely taste the pineapple as the primary flavor, with the citrussy orange working with the hibiscus to give it a sour bite. I made 16ish oz of it with a teaspoon of sugar, and it balances out the flavors wonderfully.
This was one of my free samples & will definitely be a regular at our house!
a really nice tea! tastes similar to tevana's strawberry cream white tea.
I ended up steeping this tea for quite some time, long past the eight and a half minutes I set my timer for. I was playing Minecraft and not paying attention, so I didn’t hear the beep. But this tea does not suffer one bit from oversteeping. True, it’s very dark maroon and a little tart, but it’s still great. I like this one more than the other fruit tea I’ve tried by Teavivre, Apple Awakening. The pineapple is a great touch and goes well with the rose hips. It’s like a hot, mouth-watering fruit punch. I bet it would be perfect iced, which is what’s happening next with this tea. This review was originally published on Steepster by Tabby on Aug., 2011. TeaVivre add this whole review here by getting permission from Tabby.
I took this as one of my free samples. Great tea for hot summer days. Make it ice tea and you will have great summer refreshment. Definitly gona buy more.
I’ve been meaning to get to this tea for some time, but this is the first time I have remembered I have it, and it is the right time to have it, since it is later in the evening and I don’t want any caffeine before bed. I wasn’t sure how much to use as it wasn’t printed on the package like the other teas, so I just used 2 (heaping) teaspoons and let it steep about 5-6 minutes. Coming here, I see the instructions say to use more, but I think I used the right amount for my tastes. There is definitely a smell of pineapple with the dry mixture. Once brewed, I can’t really taste anything beyond the tartness. I’ve never been a hibiscus fan, and while roselle is milder, it is still tart. Much more tolerable tart, but more for iced than hot tart. The colour is beautiful, and the taste is a little lighter than the Blueberry tea, though I think the Blueberry tea is a bit more complex in flavours. I do prefer the Blueberry over this one…though this one will probably be made iced, and possibly blended with sparkling water or juice as a summer treat. My thanks to Angel at Teavivre for sending this generous sample my way! This review was originally published on Steepster by Heather Martin on May, 2012. TeaVivre add this whole review here by getting permission from Heather Martin.
I received this as a sample size from Teavivre. I find this tea quite heavy on the hibiscus. This tea brewed up a beautiful maroon colour. The tea does have a fruity flavour, it is tart, but not bitter. Not terribly sweet.
This is a sweet, tart, fruity blend that tastes best iced with a small pinch of sugar to really bring out the fruity flavors. For a blend containing roselle and rosehip this is not nearly as tart as you would think, with only a supporting trace of it that compliments the tropical pineapple perfectly!
(This very generous sample was provided courtesy of Angel Chen at Teavivre. Thank you so much, Angel!) It was actually kind of hard to put this tisane (7 tsp.-ish of it for 2 cups water) into the steeping basket of my Breville because it smelled and looked so tasty (kind of like trail mix) that I wanted to eat it rather than wait for it to be infused. When this brews up, it is easily the bright red color of fruit punch. The scent of the steeped tea is heavy on the pineapple to me – it manages to smell both sweet and tart together. The first taste of it is very true to smell – I get the sweetness of pineapple at first and that leads into a very tart hibiscus that dominates the rest of the sip. It is so juicy! At first I thought it was too tart – but even thinking that, I managed to go through about half the mug unsweetened. I did finally add a little bit of sweetener to it (much less than I normally add to that amount of tea) and the result was a perfectly balanced juicy beverage that, while good hot, will be absolutely amazing iced. The second of the two cups I made hot is currently cooling off to be tried iced to affirm this, and when it does I will likely bump this up a few more points. This review was originally published on Steepster by JoonSusanna on December, 2012. TeaVivre add this whole review here by getting permission from JoonSusanna.
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