Dry Leaf Nose: Juicy berries with dark berry notes.
Liquor: Classic brown tea colour.
Flavour: Darker-coloured berry notes with a rich, full flavour – like a very strong blueberry. Black tea is present and is sweetened throughout by the maple syrup.
Saskatoon!! Yeaaah! :D
Also, I assume the numerical rating was unintentional and/or someone different posted this sneak peek? You probably want to remove it before there’s a backlash :)
Yeah, oops to the rating. You might want to delete this note and re-post it. Also, LOL @ “classic brown tea color.” Not that we don’t all know what it means, but it sounds funny. :P
And yeah, Saskatoon berries! My family is all from Saskatoon (although we’re not there now), and I might even be able to sell them on this one.
Saskatoon’s my hometown :D :D And the rating is easily removed by editing the post and clicking the little ‘x’ next to the rating scale.
Oooh, didn’t know that, thanks!
mmmm Saskatoon Berries. Now I get a taste of home all the way here in Halifax – can’t wait!
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