Black Tea Maracuja

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Maracuja is the traditional name of passion fruit. Our Black Tea Maracuja is a blend of finest quality black tea with passion fruit, calendula flowers and apricot pulp. This tantalizing blend renders an irresistible tropical aroma and flavor.

Bring water to boil (212)
Steep Time: 3 – 5 Minutes
Number of Infusions: 1
Sweetener: Optional
Cream: No
Caffeine: Strong

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6770 tasting notes

I’m having a cup of this before lunch. I have decided to do an ALL BLACK TEA DAY today! This is also my last cup of this before sending off the rest to a friend. It’s nice and darn apricotty!

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4846 tasting notes

The aroma of fruit (apricot!) and a hint of spice greeted me when I opened the package. I don’t know that there is actually any spices in this blend, but, my nose detected a faint note of spice.

This is a very nice combination of apricot and passion fruit. Pleasantly sweet, only faintly tart (which is quite alright with me). I’m not getting any significant amount of spice flavor so I will attribute the spice note that I’m getting to be part of the black tea base. There is some astringency – not a heavily drying astringency, but it does seem to cleanse the palate because there is very little aftertaste.

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1015 tasting notes

I’m finishing up my sample of this courtesy of TeaEqualsBliss! Sorry it took so long for me to review. This is a really different black tea and I have really enjoyed it. The tea is smooth with a really nice, juicy apricot flavor. This is great both with and without additions, but I really enjoy it as a tea latte. Thanks again for this sample!

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