First off, I got this tea at Margaret's but they purchase their tea from English Tea Store (I could tell from the artwork and names). Blueberry herbal tissanes are something I always seem to gravitate towards and I think they tend to work all year round.
Insides: This tea is very tart yet sweet and almost has the mouthfeel of a juice or punch. It seems a bit thicker than your normal tissane and every sip is full of blueberry and currant flavors. Compared to the other tissanes of this type, this one has a prominant cherry note which I haven't noticed with other teas of this type and lacks any spice notes (like the cinnamon in the Davidson's bulk). There is a floral top note but it isn't as noticeable as the others.
Tilt: It's $5.99 at Margaret's and $7.30 on Amazon for 4 oz of this so more expensive than the other places but less expensive than Teavana. However, the subtraction of the green rooibos means that you can mix it to make a similar product to the others so that actually helps lower the price (I actually got a 16 oz bag of green rooibos for $12 so that's how I got reminded). Like all of the other blueberry tissanes I've reviewed, this one is caffeine-free so it's great for before bed, pregnant women and children and even better for the later since it's fruity and yummy but without the sugar. I think this kind of tea works well for all seasons and is great iced or hot.
Overall: I'm going to buy it again since I need something to mix into the green rooibos I bought and I think it's a good tissane to check out. It also makes a great air-freshener when brewed.
My Rating: Buy it!
Here's the Amazon link. I'm sorry that that tea is Add-on only, but it's something for non-Pittsburgh dwelling people. Margaret's is found in the Squirrel Hill district of Pittsburgh. I really hate their website, especially since they've Tea-Pittsburgh. Seriously? Prestogeorge has a MUCH better selection than you do. /rant