As a dry blend, it doesn’t smell like much, one of those where you have to really stick your nose in there to get a whiff. In the cup, that red fruit does its thing. The aroma becomes bright and sassy, like a grapefruit or blood orange. Natural sweetness? Nil.

As usual with fruit and berry teas, you get a wine-colored liquor here, but the taste is reminiscent of anything but wine. All those tangy, tart notes from Crackin’ Rosie are just off the wall here. Bam. Bam. Bam. Bam. Whether you oversteep it or not, just be prepared… Full review here: http://snooteablog.com/2013/09/23/snooty-tea-review-inthebag-tea-round-2/

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