Raspberry Black

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This tea is made from top grade orange pekoe Ceylon with natural raspberry flavoring. The Ceylon tea is grown at the altitude of 7000 feet above sea level from the Sri Lanka region. When brewed this tea produces a bright coppery color liquid with fresh raspberry flavor and with touches of mild astringency. A fantastic fruit tea.

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Merry Christmas to all! I received a pretty blue tetsubin teapot from my mom and a free sample of this tea came along with it. I had yet to try anything from Enjoyingtea.com, so I was pretty excited to brew some up in my new teapot (I’m torn between Marsh or Tyres for its name).

The smell of the dry leaf was almost medicinal and had me wrinkling my nose. However, I thought that it had promise. I was right — it’s much much better post-steep. It really reminds me of Republic of Tea’s Blackberry Sage which I haven’t had for years, but it was the only tea that I’d drink quasi-regularly when I was a barista.

I’m not getting any astringency, it’s a nice mellow flavored tea. I’m quite curious to see how a second steep will hold up (and will make note if it’s drastic). I wouldn’t be upset if I had purchased this, but I’m not rushing to place an order for it. However, I am now quite curious to try some of Enjoying Tea’s other wares. NE

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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec
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Nope, didn’t like it NOR think it’s good quality.

The smell of the steeped tea is lovely; all black tea and richly raspberry.

The taste has no raspberry in it, is all bitter, stinging black tea. The Ceylon isn’t even pleasant in this. The whole of it would be more suited to nasty medicine than a tea.

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It smells like raspberry and I can even see what looks like pieces of raspberry in the tea, however it does not taste like raspberry. The taste is astringent and bland.

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It’s okay. It has a bit more astringency than I would like, and I would have enjoyed more raspberry flavor. I won’t be buying any of it, but it’s drinkable.

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