DAVIDsTEA’s Sunny C | Tea Review

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I am feeling a bit under the weather, so I thought I would try a blend that had some vitamin C in it!

Description: “With hints of hydrating hibiscus and tart lemon, it’s a citrusy tonic that’ll leave you feeling bright-eyed and bushy-tailed after one sip.”

Instructions: 1-2 Perfect Spoons | 160oz water | 95C°/200F° | 5+ min     

Review: As expected from a blend named ‘Sunny C,’ the most predominant smell from the dry and wet blend was the citrus from the orange and lemon peels. The liquor was a clear rose gold colour with hibiscus, orange, and lemon smell after 5 mins of steeping.

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The liquor was rather tart from the hibiscus and left the mouth feeling dry. It was followed by some sweetness and citrus. Overall, the blend made my mouth slightly pucker. I tried this both with 1 and 2 Perfect Spoons. If someone wants a stronger citrus flavour, two might be better, but I found the blend was already tart with one.

I understand why it is called ‘Sunny C!’ It reminds me exactly of Sunny D (Sunny Delight) which is a tangy orange flavoured drink. I think this blend would also be good iced since it would cut down on the tartness (2.5/5 rating).

  • Type: Herbal Tea
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Caffeine: Caffeine-free
  • Ingredients: Apple (apple, citric acid), carrots, pineapple (pineapple, sugar), orange peel and pieces, hibiscus blossoms, lemon peel, pink peppercorns, safflower blossoms, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), natural orange and carrot flavouring
  • Company: DAVIDsTEA

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