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Very Berry

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “Tea #1 of 12 from the exceptionally generous sampler package from Fusion Tea Room. Thanks, Fusion! I have been big into herbals and tisanes for years, and even when I go on a different kick (such...” Read full tasting note
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A colorful selection of delicious fruits and berries from the garden has been lovingly brought together in our basket to create a very special fruit tea blend. The rich and berry-like taste of this creation is pleasantly fruity and immediately reminds you of the freshly squeezed juice of red fruits. Correspondingly, we have ennobled the sweet and juicy strawberry and raspberry flavors with a nuance of mild, tangy rhubarb aroma. This unforgotten old love offers us a great and unrivaled taste each time.

Ingredients: hibiscus blossoms, rose hip peel, apple pieces, elderberries, blackberries, whole blackberries, strawberry and raspberry pieces.

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Tea #1 of 12 from the exceptionally generous sampler package from Fusion Tea Room. Thanks, Fusion! I have been big into herbals and tisanes for years, and even when I go on a different kick (such as my recent fondness for unflavoured blacks) I always still enjoy them. This one smells very berry in the bag, with no discernible note over-ruling though I do think strongly of strawberries and raspberries. Steeped, it turns a deep red fairly quickly but the smell is muted quite a bit and I couldn’t pick out one particular scent.

First sips are berry, but gentle. The hibiscus does NOT come up as tart as I expected based on the colour but does add a little balanced tartness at the end of the sip. The lingering taste is of strawberry and raspberry (I would say more raspberry than anything) which is very exciting. I have very few teas that capture raspberry and this one does it. Of course, it is still a ‘berry melange’ and not just a cuppa raspberry tea, but it’s really enjoyable and surprisingly sweet. I’ve got to say, this raspberry note sort of blows me away. I think this could have done with a bit more steeping for full strength (I was worried about the hibiscus) but this first cup is excellent. The beau comments that it “tastes like a watered down juice. I like that.” : )

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