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Celestial Seasonings – The Year of Tea

Tag: Celestial Seasonings

Episode 153: Country Peach Passion

Of all the big box supermarket brand teas out there, I can’t believe I haven’t stumbled across a Celestial Seasonings tea yet. Well, time to fix that! Today, I’m trying Country Peach Passion from their herbal tea line.

I will say this — they really nailed that fresh peach taste in this blend, including the tartness from a slightly unripe peach. There is a bit of a sour, soapy aftertaste, but I found that it’s lessened a lot when you drink it iced rather than hot. You can probably find this in most grocery stores, so give it a try and let me know what you think!


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Episode 183: Wild Berry Zinger

I’ll level with you — I’m getting a little tired of the overabundance of hibiscus in herbal teas. Specifically, I’m tired of the overabundance of hibiscus in this herbal tea — Celestial Seasonings’ Wild Berry Zinger.

Aside from the hibiscus flavor, the only thing that stands out is the sour, tangy orange aftertaste when hot. It really doesn’t taste too far off from Pomegranate Pizzazz. Or Tazo Passion. I will say this — it makes for a pretty tasty iced tea. So if you do pick this up, iced is the way to go.


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Episode 214: Black Cherry Berry

I’m on the hunt now for a really good cherry-flavored tea. The varieties I’ve tried in the past here on the show have been hit or miss (mostly miss), but now we have a new challenger — Celestial Seasonings’ Black Cherry Berry. This herbal blend contains natural black cherry flavor along with hibiscus and rosehips.

Out of the Celestial Seasonings’ offerings I’ve tried so far, this one is probably the best out of the bunch! The hibiscus adds a nice tartness which accents the cherry flavor perfectly. If you like a nice tart tea, try this out!


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Episode 227: True Blueberry

Celestial Seasonings True Blueberry might be the best blueberry bagged tea I’ve ever tasted! I don’t know how the original blend might’ve tasted, but since the package says this blend is bursting with more fruit flavor, I’m guessing this is a definite upgrade.

Although this blend has the usual trio of herbal tea suspects from Celestial Seasonings (hibiscus, rose hips, orange peel), there’s enough blueberry flavor from the other ingredients to give this tea a nice, juicy taste. Try it iced — it’s even better!


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Episode 238: Raspberry Zinger

Looks like I’ve reached the last tea in my Celestial Seasonings sample pack — Raspberry Zinger. This herbal tea is a lively blend of hibiscus, rosehips, chicory, and of course raspberries. Let’s give it a try!

I’m not really getting any “zing” from this blend — if anything, it tastes like Tropical Punch Kool-Aid! It’s a very juicy and flavorful tea — don’t get me wrong. But the tartness of raspberries is faint. This is really just some hibiscus and rosehips tea with a splash of raspberry. It is great as an iced tea, so maybe try it that way instead.


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