The aroma is quite fruity, it smells like fruit punch. It also tastes a bit like fruit punch. The plum flavor tastes a bit “candied” to me. It is a sweet plum taste, but it is nonetheless quite tasty. The berry flavor is sweet with a lingering tangy note.
Even with the hibiscus in this blend, I wouldn’t categorize it as overly tart. It is a little tart, but the tartness comes more from the berry flavor than from the hibiscus, in my opinion. The hibiscus does lend a deep, rosy hue to the cup, making it a lovely tea to serve in a clear glass teacup, if you have one.
The white tea is pretty discreet in this blend. It does not present a strong flavor to the cup, but it is there, sitting off in the background. It has a delicate, light taste.
Rishi Tea describes this blend as
A blend of white teas combined with succulent plum and wild forest berries. It’s juicy with a deep ruby colored infusion that’s tart, fruity and naturally refreshing.
The overall cup is very juicy tasting. This is one that kids would enjoy with all the fruit flavors going on – try serving this the next time you’d like your kids to join you for some tea! For me, though, I would rather this tea have a little more tea flavor and a little less fruit flavor. It’s not bad, but it’s not my favorite either. It is still very tasty, and would make a very refreshing iced tea for those long, hot summer days that are approaching. Cheers!