Twinings Raspberry and Echinacea Reviews
Product Type: Twinings Tea
Newest Review: ... of the welfare of the people who picked it, and this is of key importance to us at Twinings." (Twinings home of tea) ... more
Price Comparison for Twinings Raspberry and Echinacea
by - written on 17/11/07 (Very useful, 97 readings)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION Some time ago I decided to try a new eating plan, which my sister Helen had recommended; this involved cutting out wheat, yeast, milk and all stimulants. I was trying to sort out my lack of energy and high blood sugar. It did actually work up to a point but it became too regimented for my lifestyle as a carer. Anyway during that time I tried a few of the different herbal and fruit teas to get an idea of what I like and dislike and this is definitely on the list of ‘likes’. So this was another one that got added to the ever growing selection in the kitchen cupboard! PRODUCT The name of the product is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/08 (Very useful, 66 readings)
This review is based on my experience of drinking Twinings' Raspberry and Echinacea tea. This tea is part of the company's Fruit Infusions range, and contains fruity taste as well as the herbal effects in the form of echinacea. The Company Twinings is a company founded in 1706. It has grown over 3 centuries to the point where it supplies over 200 different types of tea, including regular breakfast tea, brown tea, green tea, herbal teas and fruit teas. Raspberry and Echinacea Tea The first thing you notice is that the box has a perforated strip allowing you easy access but also the opportunity to keep the box closed and fresh. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/08 (Useful, 18 readings)
90p for a pack of 20 tea bags in Tesco at the moment, but the price always fluctuates. Works out at £2.25 per 100gram...so it's more expensive than your usual own brand regular tea bags but its worth it. The raspberry flavour is delicious and you get the nicest aroma as soon as you open the box! The instructions suggest you make the tea as normal but do not make with boiling water because it is a delicate infusion. And obviously under no circumstances are you to add milk to this kind of tea! You can drink the tea hot or wait until it cools and drink it chilled maybe in the summer. I prefer my tea hot because I think it enhances the lovely fresh ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Here I am again with yet another herbal/fruit tea review. Since my current diet (which I am very bad at sticking at, unfortunately) dictates no caffeine consumption, I have replaced my normal green tea and coffee habit with a large selection of fruit teas. Fortunately I live near to several shops, including Waitrose and Peckhams, which have a great selection of all kinds of tea, so I'm forever buying new varieties. My kitchen now has quite an attractive looking tea shelf, which features teas of many different brands and prices. The tea that I am reviewing today is the one that I tend to drink the most often and so there are now only a few left in the box, while most of .. Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 425 readings)
I have been at home ill after a major operation recently and I have been told to keep my liquid intake up. I find water pretty boring and in this cold weather it is nice to have a warm drink. My lovely husband went out and bought a shopping bag fill of different fruit teas. I am going to review them here, as I have had quite a few cups of each sort. It is amazing how different they can be. Happy reading! TWININGS RASBERRY AND ECHINACEA TEA This is a really fruity tea. I have tried raspberry leaf tea, which contains a lot of raspberry fruit, rather than the more bitter leaf in order to make it paletable. This tea tastes similar, as the raspberry ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Twinings Raspberry and Echinac ...
Twinings Wild Blackberry and Nettle - nice taste, health benefits none
Twinings Herbal Selection - fairly strong taste, good variety of flavours teabag tags can go into the tea if you don't hold them
Twinings Keemun - Lovely ! Difficult to get hold of .
Twinings Pure Green Tea - A good dietary contribution to healthy living. Tastes really awful.
Twinings Green Cranberry - Has more to it than plain green tea. Still bland and boring.
|More products in Tea|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Resensa Green Iced Tea|
Tastes great, you can mix it at whatever strength you want.
It's only available to buy online.
|Dr. Stuart's Valerian Plus Tea|
it does aid restful sleep
it doesn't factor in a wife that steals covers
|Twinings Strawberry and Mango|
Great if you enjoy sweet fruity tastes
Not good if you like a slightly more tart flavour
|Twinings Earl Grey Green Tea|
Health benefits, strong flavour
|Twinings Lemon and Ginger|
Easy to make, caffeine free, contains natural ingredients
Needs more lemon
|Clipper Organic Tea|
|Tetley Jolly Ginger Mint Tea||Clipper Organic White Tea With Blackcurrant Flavour|
Organically produced, natural ingredients, healthy alternative, refreshing & uplifting taste
A bit pricey, not fair trade unlike others in the range
|Yorkshire Tea Decaffeinated|
apparently only to caffeine free fans
doesn't have the taste of 'real' tea !
|Tesco Green Tea with Lemon|
Easy to prepare
Not enough lemon