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berry blast

by adagio teas

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type: herbal

origin: usa

caffeine: decaf

price level: $$$$

Berry Blast is a delicious blend of natural fruits and spices that brews up a mouthwatering cup of herbal tea. Entirely caffeine-free, this blend holds a special appeal for kids and sweet-toothed adults. The flavor is all natural, emanating from black currants, cranberries, raspberries, elderberries, bilberries, hibiscus flowers and rose hip peels. The cup has a bold and slightly tart flavor, with a juicy clean finish. Steep at 212°F for 5-10 minutes

Recent reviews

    • Katherine Moore

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      Everything about this tea is great! It is cool and crisp and makes me think of summer every time!

    • Ryan Jason

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      A little too tart for my personal taste, but it's still a nice fruity herbal tea. The berry flavors are strong but not overpowering to the point of being unbearable.

    • Krista S

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      One of my favorite fruit teas from Adagio! In case you just can’t choose one fruit, you can have a bunch with this blend. I’ve found that the longer I steep it, the bolder and sweeter it is (i.e. the better I think it is)!

    • Samantha Ball

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      I love this, it's like hot Kool-Aid when brewed alone, and great for blending.

    • Faith Pippenger

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      A sweet, fruity blend. It can be a little sour depending on how long you steep it. It's such a lovely red color & smells fantastic.

    • Blayne Cook

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      Very good! Has a very fruity flavor, almost juicy. My favorite tea from adagio

    • LM

      Lisa McCormick

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      My favorite fruit tea!! Sooo good with black oolong

    • jenny womack

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      Possibly my favorite fruit "tea" from adagio. I mix it with hibiscus and peppermint for a great iced tea blend (here in Texas we do iced tea all year long). I've used a French red fruit tea in the past and this is definitely comparable to the higher priced French tea.