Celestial Seasonings Herb Tea True Blueberry Tea Bags

Brand: Celestial Seasonings Average Rating 19 reviews One hundred percent natural herb tea. For genuine bl...


Brand: Celestial Seasonings
Average Rating
19 reviews

One hundred percent natural herb tea. For genuine blueberry enthusiasts this delicious treat bursts with a sun-warmed fruity fragrance and the mouth-watering taste of fresh new blueberries. An antioxidant-rich mixture of wild blueberries, blueberry flavor and some other herbs, naturally caffeine free True Blueberry is actually delicious any time, hot or iced. Savor pure blueberry bliss using a warm cup. Or perhaps try it perfectly chilled for a thrill of genuine berry refreshment! Just like many fruits as well as veggies, this tea is made up of high levels of anti-oxidants to help support your health effortlessly. This product is made up of all-natural ingredients and taste, and no artificial colors as well as preservatives.

This True Blueberry tea offers a wonderful fruit taste as well as a sensitive taste. Tea lovers everywhere should try this particular tea. It’s herbal so it does not have caffeine and will not keep you up at night! This blueberry-flavored tea is mouth-watering and quenching.

True Blueberry is actually a staple around our own house in the course of the spring and summer months. It’s been difficult to come across at our nearby grocery store, and I was glad to see it back on the shelf. Buying the “six-pack” which Amazon is offering here is a good option for those of us who will most likely make it frequently over the course of the next few months. more info

15 Responses to “Celestial Seasonings Herb Tea True Blueberry Tea Bags”

  1. D. Eckman says:

    Delicious choice
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    This is a delicious herb tea, with a mild yet distinct blueberry flavor, just right for iced tea.

  2. Cat says:

    Blueberry aroma, not taste
    Rating:2 out of 5 stars
    Don’t buy this tea if you are looking for the blueberry taste (I was). This tea does have the very nice blueberry fragrance for a minute or two, but the taste is mostly hibiscus, which is nice, but far from blueberry.

  3. 5s says:

    My favorite tea!!!
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Damn, I’m hooked on this fantastic tea. I usually drink it with 3-5 packets of Splenda or Equal, and I’m up to 4 or 5 cups of it a day. I guess I should be a little worried about my artificial sweetener intake, but I can’t help it this tea is so darn addictive. I’ve tried all of Celestial Seasoninings other herbal offerings and I would list them in this order of preference

    Blueberry -> Cherry -> Raspberry -> Multiberry -> Peach (yucky aftertaste on this one).

  4. Bonnie Jo Davis says:

    I Buy This In Bulk
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    This True Blueberry tea has a wonderful fruit flavor and a delicate taste. It is marvelous when used for iced tea. I drink so much I buy it in bulk. Tea lovers everywhere should try this tea. It’s herbal so it doesn’t have caffeine and won’t keep you up at night!

  5. M. Tilelli says:

    Good product
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    it’s a bit less expensive to buy on amazon and you get to choose from all the flavors and not just what the store decides to buy.

  6. B. Ritchie says:

    Would be perfect if it were organic
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    I absolutely love this tea. The warm blueberry taste makes me feel very mellow and relaxed. It’s perfect during the winter. So far, it’s my favorite herbal tea (though my favorite teas are true teas).

    I only wish it were organic. That would make it perfect. I’m going to search for organic blueberry teas online in hopes of finding one that tastes as good.

  7. Andrea says:

    Blueberry
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Blueberries. I could eat blueberries all day. I guess I need to move to Maine just so I’d be near all those blueberries.

    This blueberry-flavored tea is mouth-watering and quenching. I put the bags in my water bottle, and the bottle goes in the freezer until ice shards begin to form. Then I can drink it. I even tried this blueberry tea with sparkling seltzer water, and it is really good.

    The rich blue packaging is also appetizing.

  8. K. Crosby says:

    Better than five stars rating!
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    So far of all this brand’s teas I’ve consumed, this is my favorite. It has a very fruity flavor, and when sweetened, it is like adult Koolaid or something even better than that. If you like fruit flavored tea, you will like this tea.

  9. Michael Jandrok says:

    An excellent summertime tea
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Springtime in Central Texas signals a turn towards lighter and more refreshing flavors of tea, especially for those of us who drink gallons of the stuff iced.

    True Blueberry is a staple around our house during the spring and summer months. It’s been difficult to find at our local grocery store, and I was glad to see it back on the shelf. Buying the “six-pack” that Amazon is offering here is a good option for those of us who will probably make it often over the course of the next few months.

    The Celestial Seasonings brand is a virtual guarantee of quality and freshness. They rarely miss the mark with a flavor, and the True Blueberry is one of their best. Sweeten it just right and you get a delicious tea that goes down smooth and smart on a hot afternooon or a cool, breezy evening. Most excellent all the way around. I’ve never bothered to try it hot. This flavor just SCREAMS ice tea, and that’s exactly how I recommend that you drink it.

    Try brewing it as a sun tea, ot just leave a few bags in a pitcher in your fridge for a few hours. It’s worth the wait, guaranteed.

  10. Midnight says:

    Iced Tea
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I go through a lot of Celestial Seasonings teas making iced tea.

    The Blueberry is especially good combined with the red zinger.

    The price is fair when set up on autoship with free shipping, no sales tax and an added discount.

  11. L. Smithee says:

    Great blueberry tea
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    This tea is so good and so sweet that there is no need for extra sweeteners. It’s also less expensive than buying it from the store.

  12. Kathleen Jenks says:

    Adulterated with Soy lecithin
    Rating:1 out of 5 stars
    Either Celestial Seasonings simply forgot to update amazon.com, or else it’s a deliberate omission on the part of Celestial Seasonings, but you should be aware that soy lecithin is an unlisted ingredient in this blueberry tea. It’s also in all the “Zinger” teas I’ve checked in local stores and in other Celestial Seasonings teas as well. But it’s not listed here on amazon.com in the “ingredients” section. I phoned the company last spring when I first noticed this “adulteration” because I couldn’t imagine why anyone would add soy lecithin to tea! I’ve nothing against soy lecithin. Sometimes I add it to yoghurt, but that’s my own choice. Also, the source should be organic (or from a reliable supplier like Lewis Labs), since non-organic soy is almost always genetically modified.

    Anyway, I phoned the company’s customer relations department and asked what was going on with the soy lecithin. The woman had no idea what I was talking about so I explained, step by step, what I had found on a Zinger tea box I had nearly purchased that day. She said she had heard nothing about it but she checked her computer for company updates. After scrolling through many items, she came to a small notice in, as I recall, their in-house March 2008 entry (a year prior to my call), which stated that soy lecithin would now be added to selected teas; no reason was given. That struck me as very odd — that even their own employees had not been properly notified. The woman apologized for the mix-up. That wasn’t very satisfactory from my point of view but I let it go. That’s all the info she had and it certainly wasn’t her fault that her company obviously wanted to fly under the radar on this one.

    Since then, any time I’m attracted to a new Celestial Seasonings product, I first read the ingredients. They used to be a company I trusted — not anymore — although I still love their (as-yet) soy-free Bengal Spice; India Spice Chai; Nutcracker Sweet Holiday Tea; Sleepytime; Echinacea Complete Care; Vanilla/Strawberry/Rose Ceylon Black Tea; Moroccan Pomegranate; and Red Safari Spice. But I now carefully check those labels too whenever I buy a new batch lest Celestial Seasonings have pulled a fast-one and added soy lecithin to them as well!

    Why haven’t customers raised more of a hullabaloo over this? Probably because this company has indeed had our trust for many years (never mind that they’ve been sold to less trustworthy firms along the way!) and no one bothers to read their labels! Maybe now they will.

    (P.S. I’m a blueberry fiend and would probably make this my all-time favorite tea! — but not with soy lecithin in it!!)

  13. Susan Steffens says:

    great tasting tea
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I really like the taste of this herbal tea. I have been buying it for years.

  14. Amaranth says:

    Blueberry Fields Forever
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Celestial Seasonings’ True Blueberry is one of the best new tea flavors. Blueberries are good for calming, and this tea is great for that. Celestial Seasoning was founded by a hippie famous for his herbal blends, and there’s still psychedelic art. True Blueberry is a delicious caffeine-free elixir!

  15. Marilyn Gruenloh says:

    Tastey and priced right
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    This is an excellent product, both tastey and priced right. It’s difficult to find this product in regular local grocery stores, so I was thrilled to find it.

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