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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. I hope all is well with you, and my thoughts are with you during this difficult time for you and your family.

This is good. The black tea is strong and offers a sturdy background for the flavors of fruit and a touch of cinnamon. Overall, the flavor is fruity, but, I like that the black tea is the strongest note with every sip. The cinnamon and black tea offer a nice contrast to the fruit flavors, which might taste a bit cloying without the contrasting elements.

A very pleasant afternoon cuppa.

Azzrian

INdeed hope all is as good as can be for her and her family.

LiberTEAS

As this one cools the fruit notes pop a little more, as does the touch of cinnamon. The cinnamon never really becomes strong or spicy, but it offers just enough contrast to keep things interesting.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Is there any hibiscus?

LiberTEAS

No, but there is rosehips. Barely noticeable though, seems to add more interest to the appearance of the dry leaf than any noticeable flavor.

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Azzrian

INdeed hope all is as good as can be for her and her family.

LiberTEAS

As this one cools the fruit notes pop a little more, as does the touch of cinnamon. The cinnamon never really becomes strong or spicy, but it offers just enough contrast to keep things interesting.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Is there any hibiscus?

LiberTEAS

No, but there is rosehips. Barely noticeable though, seems to add more interest to the appearance of the dry leaf than any noticeable flavor.

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