Aroma when Dry: huckleberry syrup
After water is first poured: sticky berry syrupy notes
At end of steep: bright, sweet berry, huckleberry, elderberry notes
At beginning of steep: light brown-pink
At end of steep: darker brown– pink
Preferred time of day: afternoon
At first?: bright huckleberry
As it cools?: berry notes start opening up, faint tartness surfaces
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No
Lingers? slightly, with a woody, semi-sweet note, as it cools a light but clinging syrup aftertaste sets in
Huckleberry black tea
A uniquely delicious taste sensation, our Huckleberry black tea is wonderful when served hot or iced. Delivering a similar flavor to blueberry, huckleberries are part of the same family of fruit. A little sugar in this tea helps to bring out the naturally sweet flavor, and is sure to make it one of your favorites!
For the best brew, our Huckleberry black tea should steep in water that has been brought to a rolling boil for 2-5 minutes. Each pouch contains 50 teabags, without strings or tags.