Review: Yogi Tea Berry Antioxidant

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Its OK"A fine-tasting blend of herbs and berries, with some natural sweetness... but overall there's nothing spectacular here. I've been more impressed by other Yogi offerings."
Lea’s Teaview: 5/10
Other Teaviews: Vanessa gave it 5.5/10, Numi gave it 5/10
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yogi-berry-antioxidant.jpgThis berry-colored tea has a tart, hibiscus aroma that is fresh and clean. It has lots of herbs and berries in it, so when I smelled hibiscus, I wasn't too worried that that's all I would taste. However, it seems that is the case, or at least it is definitely the dominant flavor coming through here. It's not unpleasant, just overdone, to me. So many herbal teas have this taste.

I would like to note that like the scent of this tea, there is a pop of freshness somewhere that is appreciated. It does taste like actual fruit/flowers, and doesn't come off artificial at all.

I've found that in the past, I've over sweetened some Yogi tea because they do put stevia in a lot of their teas, so you don't need as much sweetener as you normally would. I made sure to not overdo the sugar. Just a tiny pinch does the trick.

Overall, this tea is fine, but it's nothing spectacular. Yogi tea usually impresses me more than this.

— To purchase Yogi Tea Berry Antioxidant, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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