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Celestial Seasonings Herb Tea, True Blueberry, 20-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 6)


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  • Case of six boxes, each box containing 20 tea bags (total of 120 tea bags)
  • Blend of hibiscus with natural blueberry flavor
  • Naturally caffeine-free; contains all-natural ingredients; high in antioxidants
  • Packaging features whimsical original artwork; stringless teabags help reduce waste
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Ingredients
Hibiscus, Rosehips, Orange Peel, Natural Blueberry Flavor with Other Natural Flavors, Blackberry Leaves, Wild Blueberries and Blueberry Leaves.

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Product Description

Product Description

100% Natural herb tea. For real blueberry lovers this luscious treat bursts with a sun-warmed fruity scent and the mouth-watering flavor of fresh blueberries. An antioxidant-rich combination of wild blueberries, blueberry flavor and other herbs, naturally caffeine free True Blueberry is delicious any time, hot or iced. Savor pure blueberry bliss with a steamy cup. Or try it chilled for a thrill of genuine berry refreshment! Like may fruits and vegetables, this tea contains high levels of antioxidants to help support your health naturally. This product contains all-natural ingredients and flavor, and no artificial colors or preservatives. Gluten free.

About the Brand

In 1969, 19-year-old Mo Siegel and his friend Wyck Hay found a bountiful harvest of wild herbs growing around Boulder, Colorado. With friends and wives helping, they picked the herbs and produced 500 pounds of their first blend, called MO's 36 Herb Tea. It was packaged in hand-sewn muslin bags and sold to a local health food store. Hay's brother, John, joined the partnership in 1971. The entrepreneurs set up shop in an old barn outside of Boulder, and they expanded their market to stores throughout Colorado, New Mexico, and the East Coast. The partners also began buying herbs rather than picking everything themselves, and the dream of a national herb tea company slowly began to materialize. This dream was reinforced when Red Zinger Herb Tea was introduced in January 1972 and was an immediate sensation. It remains one of the best-selling Celestial teas.

The company continued to grow and revolutionize the tea industry. Herb teas had previously been perceived as only of medicinal significance, but Celestial Seasonings introduced herb teas as flavorful, healthy beverages, virtually creating the modern tea industry. Celestial Seasonings solidified its sources for obtaining ingredients, such as hibiscus flowers and chamomile, by working closely with herb farmers from the Pacific Northwest to the exotic Far East. This forward thinking attracted the attention of food industry giant Kraft, Inc., which bought Celestial Seasonings in 1984. Kraft's guidance brought Celestial Seasonings to the attention of new consumers, further strengthening its lead in the herb tea industry while also introducing a gourmet line of traditional, or black, teas. In September 1988, Kraft sold Celestial Seasonings back to its management, returning the tea company to independent ownership. The company remains headquartered in Boulder, in the corporate facility on Sleepytime Drive.

The company, in 1991, experienced the exciting return of its original founder and leader, Mo Siegel, as chairman and chief executive officer. Since then, the company has expanded upon its herbal expertise bringing to market successful lines of Green, Wellness, Organic, and Chai teas. In 2000, Celestial joined forces with the Hain Food Group, maker of many top-selling natural foods brands. Today, serving more than 1.2 billion cups of tea per year, Celestial Seasonings is the largest herb tea manufacturer in North America and is expanding internationally at a rapid rate. Assured of Celestial Seasonings leadership position in the herb tea industry, Mo retired in September 2002 to fulfill another dream: to finish hiking the last set of 14,000-foot Colorado mountains he has yet to climb.

Celestial Seasonings' Mission:

To create and sell healthful, naturally oriented products that nurture people's bodies and uplift their souls. Their products must be:

  • superior in quality
  • of good value
  • beautifully artistic
  • philosophically inspiring
In their own words: "Our role is to play an active part in making this world a better place by unselfishly serving the public. We can have a significant impact on making people's lives happier and healthier through their use of our products."


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 5.6 x 5.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000E682NW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,066 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

I can make hot tea or ice tea with it.
God of Thunder
It has a strong and distinctive blueberry flavor that is very fruity tasting, and not bitter or syrupy.
Stephen M. Charme
Celestial Seasonings' True Blueberry is one of the best new tea flavors.
Amaranth

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Debbie L. Israel on November 9, 2006
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A while back, Celestial Seasonings discontinued my favorite tea, Strawberry Kiwi. Since I drink mostly Celestial Seasonings iced herbal teas (which I make with stevia since I'm diabetic and holistic) I didn't know what to do but I found two flavors that work very well together -- True Blueberry and Moroccan Pomegranate Red. I used two bags of each, sweetened to taste, in each half gallon of water.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. Crosby on February 6, 2008
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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.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andrea VINE VOICE on July 26, 2009
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.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jennie Kirkpatrick on March 21, 2007
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This is excellent tea!! Real blueberry flavor but without the caffeine!!!

I really like tea in the winter and was suprised when even my kids loved this tea. My 5 year old thought I was making muffins when he smelled it steeping. He tried it and then the rest of the kids had to try it. I now order it here in bulk!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mary E. Calderone on March 15, 2007
This tea has a wonderful taste of blueberry. It's even wonderful iced as a treat for family and guests alike. Everyone who I have surved it to has loved it.
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33 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Jenks on November 5, 2009
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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Charme HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 31, 2011
My family absolutely loves the taste of this tea. It has a strong and distinctive blueberry flavor that is very fruity tasting, and not bitter or syrupy. This tea is very flavorful whether you drink it hot or cold. Some family members drink it without any sweetening at all, while others use only a small amount of sweetening. The flavor is that bold. If you like blueberries, you will love this tea.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By God of Thunder on November 29, 2013
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This tea is sweet but not very sweet and does not contain any sugar which is good because I have secondary diabetes. I can make hot tea or ice tea with it.
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