Blueberry Zabaglione

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Following the HUGE success we had with our Strawberry Zabaglione, I decided we should offer a blueberry version.

Here’s our premium Indian black teas blended with real (HUGE!) freeze-dried blueberries and natural flavors. This is a truly delicious combination of creamy zabaglione and blueberries with great black tea.

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I had this earlier in the evening but we’ve been doing some running around this evening to ikea for some much needed shelving. We rearranged the house again last weekend so we needed one more bookcase, since that’s where i keep my tea. :)

I’m still enjoying this one though it’s almost gone and likely won’t be a repurchase. I suspect i’ll try a cold brew with the last of it. :) still decent enough but there are better blueberry teas out there:)


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LOL man that took me a second to register. must be Wednesday! it’s CHINA time! woot woot! i swear those calls suck my brain out.

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160 tasting notes

Wow… I am in blueberry heaven. 52teas’ blueberry is incredible. I can’t imagine living without it! It smells like blueberry through and through and it tastes even better.

I woke up late and decided to eat breakfast before going for my run. This tea poked through my memory and I decided to give it a try again. It is even better than I remember it. Right up there with my all time favorite blueberry Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish. I am nearly out of my pound of that tea…. So now I am going to have a lot of trouble deciding if I want a pound of this or a pound of that for my next blueberry fix of tea… Oh, tea decisions are hard!

Upping the rating on this one!

OK, now, to go run! Enjoy your Sunday everyone! :)


I hope Frank decides to reblend Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish. I never really got a chance to try it. I know it will be snapped up.

This tea wasn’t bad either. Not quite as good as Strawberry, but definitely an enjoyable cold brew :)


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I can’t believe how fast you’re ripping through that pound!


Ninavampi, your review really makes me crave blueberries :-)


Almost through your pound of it?! O.o

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2972 tasting notes

Also nabbed some of this from momo. I’ve previously tried it and enjoyed it, but wanted some more :D I have some of the Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish reblend from Sil, and the last time I compared these two blueberry teas (both from Azzrian), I preferred BCCD because of the yummy creaminess – but this cup is darn tasty, so I’ll have to see if the reblend can beat it! But that’s for another night… I have no idea where my samples are right now and have no time to find them (shouldn’t even be writing tasting notes, but it’s driving me bonkers having a bunch of tabs open for each tea so I don’t forget which I’ve drank…)

Oh, and as for the tea? Delicious blueberry flavour, non-astringent base with a 2-minute infusion. Quite nice as a dessert tea. The re-steep is good too, although as I mentioned I’m not sure which cup it is. Both taste rather blueberry-y…

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172 tasting notes

Mmm, blueberries and cream. It’s as simple as that and I’m loving it. Not quite as creamy as Strawberry Zabaglione but the blueberry flavor is great. This would be awesome iced.

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561 tasting notes

1.5 tablespoons for 375 ml

Authentic blueberry flavour carries through to the aftertaste. Slight creamy note. Delightful black tea tones in the background. Baked goods notes. Slight sour note.

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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1212 tasting notes

So tomorrow morning I am helping my coffee friend at Cartoon Network!! by taking video of him making them better coffee. I have to wake up soooo early and now I’m all excited to do something useful during my break.

I had this earlier before going off to a yelp holiday party, and I can’t say I’m a big fan. It came out super smoky and not very blueberry tasting. Definitely didn’t get any cream at all.

I don’t remember now what the water temperature was but I think I could drop it, but the steep was only 3 minutes. I’m glad I’ve given a lot of this away in swaps because it’s not my favorite. I’d rather have Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish.


Drop the temp a bit and only steep for like 2-2.5 mins should improve the taste


I agree with Sil… this is a good tea (although I loved the Blueberry Cream Danish also!) but, with the old black tea base, it is a bit more temperamental than the newer base that 52Teas uses… a slightly lower temp for just 2.5 minutes works WONDERS.

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1758 tasting notes

I absolutely loved Frank’s Strawberry Zabaglione so when this was offered up as a reblend awhile back I pounced on it as fast as I could.

The smell of the tea reminds me of blueberry shortcake – very sweet, fruity and dessert-ish. The flavour is distinctly blueberry but there’s something more to it as well – there are sweet, almost creamy notes that make me think of vanilla. Like the strawberry version I bet this tea is great with milk, but I wanted to try it plain first to get a proper sense of the flavours.

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170 tasting notes

I went back and forth on whether or not to get this tea for a long time, but as the stock started dwindling, I knew it was now or never – so I went for it. And lucky for me, now it’s sold out.

I LOVED Strawberry Zabaglione, so I thought I would give this a try. I cold brewed this as I knew a traditional steep wouldn’t work (strawberry zabaglione wasn’t great as a traditional brew either). As others have said, it’s not exactly as creamy as the strawberry version, but it’s definitely blueberry-y (is that word?). It depends on what you are looking for in a tea.

The black base is also a little more prominent here. It’s got a tad bit of astringency, even with a cold brew. It’s still great without sugar, but it doesn’t quite compare to the strawberry version. Overall, though, not a bad tea.

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558 tasting notes

I love love love Frank’s Blueberry. I enjoyed a pouch of Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish, and now I am happily sipping on my freshly opened pouch of Blueberry Zabaglione. The blueberry is so sweet, creamy and bright on the tongue without any tart bitterness. I hope another blueberry flavored black is in the works, as I don’t know what I’ll do to satisfy my cravings once this pouch is gone:(

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867 tasting notes

Just finished the last of my sample off! It was nice. Thanks again Momo!

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