According to the Boston Tea Company, this blend consists of sencha green tea, pineapple, blue malva flowers, lemon peel, rose petals and natural pineapple flavor. The dry leaves were a lot to take in because of all of the varied colors and textures. I found myself digging through the tin just to catch them all. The aroma wasn’t as fruit-loopy as I was expecting but I could definitely smell the pineapple and lemon. I steeped this tea in my Breville One-Touch Tea Maker with 175 degree water for 2 minutes.
This tea was fruity (of course) and had a slightly floral aftertaste. The star of this show was definitely the pineapple but it was much more mellow than I thought it would be. I was actually surprised at how much I liked this selection because I am not one for fruit teas or blends with too many ingredients. Somehow all of the ingredients managed to come together into a really great tasting end product. It was just as delicious iced as it is hot. I would definitely recommend this tea.
You can find out more about this tea here.