Despite my distaste for artificial flavors in teas nowadays, I have to give credit where it’s due, because this was a childhood favorite. Something about raspberry with black tea always strikes me the right way!
“Wednesday Dec. 29, 2010 2nd Steep of the Day. Bigelow's Raspberry Royale. This Is a Super rich profound raspberry Flavor. Just the Right Black Tea presence, not to overshadow the Berry. Bigelow got...” Read full tasting note
“Had a cuppa this at Fran's for our first annual Toronto Tea Party. De and I asked for cups of tea with the bag on the side and proceeded to steep our own teas from my tea wallet. This was one of my...” Read full tasting note
“I got this in a fantastic care package from a friend of mine today. I was feeling especially lazy when I got home from work - short-staffed tonight, and lots of work to do. (Although I did really...” Read full tasting note
“This used to be one of my favorite bagged varieties. I guess it still is... I like that lack of tart, that HIBISCUS that many fruity teas tend to have. This is bold and hearty, with a twinge of...” Read full tasting note
For three generations, the Bigelow family has specialized in creating a variety of deliciously different teas. In Raspberry Royale, we blend the finest mountain-grown tea with the delicate flavor of raspberries. We hope you enjoy it.
Ingredients: black tea, natural and artificial flavors
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Simple with an almost haunting taste of raspberry. What I mean by that is you almost forget that it is raspberry flavored until it creeps its way into your senses subtly. I enjoy it when I am looking for a quick tea to make in the office or just am too lazy for loose leaf. It really is elegant and simple, yet not too sweet and still strong.
Not bad for an “emergency” cup of tea, courtesy of the nice lady at the hotel front desk. I forgot to put any tea in my purse before we left the house, and the desk lady came to the rescue, handing me an assortment of tea bags. I decided to make a cup of this, thinking it might be a nice change from just a plain black tea (and a good way to relax and hopefully rid myself of this travel-stress-related headache), and it’s quite pleasant – the raspberry flavor isn’t as strong as the scent of the tea bag would suggest, but it’s rather nice.