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Razzleberry Green

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “GOOD EVENING STEEPSTER and my _Sweet People_! _In A Moment Like This_ I needed a happy tea. Tonight is the night of the finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, which is something I try to...” Read full tasting note
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    Angrboda 1191 tasting notes
  • “Another gift from Meghann M! She didn't give me enough for a full gallon, but she gave me the *perfect* amount for 108oz! (Anyone else annoyed when the last bit of tea... or the entire sample in...” Read full tasting note
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    Cofftea 865 tasting notes
  • “I bought a sampler package a while back and this is one of the teas in the sampler. This is very nice... The berry flavor is subtle but not indistinguishable. The green tea is sweet and...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4227 tasting notes
  • “Needed something sweeter and not as caffeinated as a black tea to cleanse my palate after the pleasantly surprising Rose White tea. This tea fits the bill, although it does still have caffeine, so...” Read full tasting note
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    Dragonwellluvr 558 tasting notes

From 52teas

Back in April, we created a Razzleberry Pie inspired black tea that has won over many of our in-shop and online customers. One of the more fervent fans of the Razzleberry black tea asked me why we didn’t make a green tea version.

Of course, I had no other response than to say, “Here it is!”

Our buttery sweet Chinese sencha green tea with real freeze-dried blackberries and raspberries and all natural flavors. This is a great treat for these waning days of summer. I think I’m going to make another big icy stein of it right now.

About 52teas View company

At 52teas.com, you will find unique, hand-blended artisan loose leaf teas: a new limited edition creation every week of the year. We pride ourselves on offering truly unique, one-of-a-kind tea blends that you won’t find anywhere else.

10 Tasting Notes

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1191 tasting notes

GOOD EVENING STEEPSTER and my Sweet People!

In A Moment Like This I needed a happy tea. Tonight is the night of the finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, which is something I try to watch every year. Most years I don’t like most of the songs much, but that doesn’t matter. It’s fun anyway. Even if our song is usually crap. This year we’ve got one of the better songs we’ve had in years, so it’s not bad.

For this purpose I needed the Drip Drop of a happy fun tea. One that could really Shine.

And this is the one. It’s so happy and with a certain Je Ne Sais Quoi. Butterflies and Siren calls and what not. It’s not a Thunder And Lightening tea at all but it’s still not really a tea that’s in any danger of being Lost And Forgotten. At least not in my household it’s not.

Well. Thunder And Lightening. Not normally anyway. Steeping has Run Away from me tonight so it’s a bit overdone. BUT I’m also armed with chocolate and fruit so I’m not completely Playing With Fire here.

With a good tea and a fun European traditional contest, Life Looks Better In Spring and That Sounds Good To Me.

If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, you can visit the official site here http://www.eurovision.tv/page/home where you can hear all the songs and watch the show live.

Me, I like our song this year which is somewhat unusual (most of the time I’m mildly ashamed of what we send), but I still don’t think we stand much chance of winning. I’m crossing my fingers for Iceland this year, because I think they have an awesome song and the woman singing it is gorgeous, I think.

This is me, Sharing The Moment

ETA: Germany will be hosting next year’s event. Denmark finished fourth, which wasn’t bad. Good night.

Cofftea

My grandpa called raspberry jam razzle-dazzle berry when I was a kid. This tea makes me think of that.

Ewa

Oh Eurovision! You crack me up. I remember being underwhelmed by Poland’s song this year. Have to check out the finalists though.

Angrboda

I haven’t been blogging about it this year. For the last couple of years I’ve had posts with little comments on each song, but I haven’t done that this year for a number of reasons. I can’t even remember Poland’s song. I don’t believe it made it to the finals either.

Rabs

What a fantastic note! All the song titles were wonderfully woven in and enjoyed. :)

Angrboda

It should probably be noted that the songs I used weren’t used for my specific favoritism. They were just the ones I could work with. (And OMG Germany has a great and super-happy song too!)

Angrboda

Edited with results. For the sake of completion and all.

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Another gift from Meghann M! She didn’t give me enough for a full gallon, but she gave me the perfect amount for 108oz! (Anyone else annoyed when the last bit of tea… or the entire sample in the case of Golden Moon… only makes a partial cuppa?)

6TB leaf, 8oz hot water, 100oz cold water. Drank 24oz w/ lunch. The raw leaf smells like raspberry hard candies.

I steeped this a little longer than I normally would have and I’m not sure why. Glad I did though. Surprisingly the fruit aspect is extremely light, and competely raspberry candy-ish. No real fruit. No blackberry. Tasting the sencha base is not a problem here. Unfortunately instead of light, crisp, clean, vegetal notes that I love in green teas, I’m getting more buttered veggies. I normally don’t pick up on buttered veggie notes, and don’t ever remember picking up on them in an iced tea…

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec
Meghann M

This tea was much too buttery for me as well. I’m glad you had enough to make a large pitcher of this. I wish the blackberry would come out of hiding.

Cofftea

I LOVE blackberry! I’m hoping for a chocolate blackberry green tea soon.

52teas

I just can’t get my head around chocolate and green tea.

Cofftea

That’s what I thought Frank, but I LOVE Adagio’s cocomint green (which inspite of the name is a chocolate mint blend).

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I bought a sampler package a while back and this is one of the teas in the sampler.

This is very nice… The berry flavor is subtle but not indistinguishable. The green tea is sweet and buttery. I am really enjoying this, glad that I got a sample of it in the sampler!

52teas

I was TRYING to find some I thought maybe you hadn’t tried yet. But it wasn’t easy. LOL.

LiberTEAS

LOL – yes, this is one that I hadn’t tried. And I am very happy that you sent the jalapeno too, although, I haven’t yet had the guts to try it. LOL

Uniquity

Oh God. I’m becoming so terrified of what will arrive in my box…I didn’t get the samples when they were around, but I did order 2 of the oops inventory mix-up ones. Although I made the beau pay for it.. : )

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Needed something sweeter and not as caffeinated as a black tea to cleanse my palate after the pleasantly surprising Rose White tea. This tea fits the bill, although it does still have caffeine, so I hope I will sleep alright, but I have no decaf/rooibos teas I felt like drinking at the moment.

Love the fruity berriness of this tea, wish it was a little less buttery. Elderberry is still my favorite 52 teas green tea. This is a close second, tied with Champagne Mojito Green. Short note tonight, just want to enjoy the tea.

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