Boysenberry

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  • “I only have a little left of this tea. When I first purchased it I made a lot of lattes with it. The tea has a sweet, fresh berry aroma. The flavor is a little malty with a tart, fresh berry...” Read full tasting note
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From Angelina's Teas

Cup Characteristics: Sweet and slightly tart, use this tea to brew a truly refreshing pot of tea. Delicious hot and absolutely fantastic iced.

Infusion: Bright and Coppery.

Ingredients: Black tea, Larkspur, Daisy White, Natural flavors.

Information: The Boysenberry, a largish purple-red berry, was not created by Mother Nature. Rather, this fruit traces its heritage, rather unceremoniously, to a Napa ditch. Horticulturist Rudolph Boysen simply happened across a chance selection of berries growing in this ditch one fine California day. The chance selection? Some wild raspberries, blackberries, and a few logan berries. Rudolph Boysen had a Eureka moment. He decided to cross breed the berries; in doing so he created the tart, sweet fruit, known henceforth as the Boysenberry. Although Boysen himself ditched his signature berry when he sold his farm, his friend Walter Knott used the hybrid when starting up what we now know as Knott’s Berry Farm. As for us, we’ve used Boysen’s hybrid to create what is simply a delicious tea hot or iced.

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I only have a little left of this tea. When I first purchased it I made a lot of lattes with it. The tea has a sweet, fresh berry aroma. The flavor is a little malty with a tart, fresh berry flavor and finish. There is a sweet berry aftertaste that reminds me almost of a dessert. There’s no pastry or cake notes, but it is authentically sweet without being too sweet. I’m glad this one is just as good hot as it is made into a latte.

-Dry blend has medium black tea leaves and twigs with small blue petals and dried rose hips.
-Dry leaves smell like slightly sweet and tart berries. Tea liquor aroma is of sweet berries.
-Tea liquor is a clear medium reddish brown color.
-Malty and tart fresh berry flavor and finish. Sweet berry aftertaste.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Very good tea. Fresh and sweet berry flavor. Reminiscent of a dessert tea.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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