Passion Fruit

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Black Fruit Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Bought this tea, the first time I went to London a few years back! I'm a passion fruit lover, so picking this tea was so natural... I fell in love with it from the first sip! :D~ Every time I go...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Someone left a box of these teabags in my work kitchen today. I adore passion fruit in all forms, so naturally I grabbed a few for sampling. It’s pretty good! I may have steeped it for...” Read full tasting note
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From Harrods

Fruit Flavour Tea, Loose Leaf Tea.

A vibrant black tea with passion fruit flavouring.

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Bought this tea, the first time I went to London a few years back! I’m a passion fruit lover, so picking this tea was so natural… I fell in love with it from the first sip! :D~

Every time I go to London, is mandatory a visit to the Food Halls of Harrods to buy this tea (that only comes in 50g tins) and try some new ones!

It’s my favourite tea! :D

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec
insideoutjrny

Hello! I am on the hunt for some Passion Fruit tea for my daughter-in-law. I have someone in London who will send some to me here in Vancouver, BC. Can you give me details on packaging (colour, size etc) so I can send to my ‘shopper’? Also, just to confirm, the tea you are talking about has no other infusions in it – just black tea and passion fruit – correct?

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Someone left a box of these teabags in my work kitchen today. I adore passion fruit in all forms, so naturally I grabbed a few for sampling. It’s pretty good! I may have steeped it for ever-so-slightly too long, since I neglected to note when I put the teabag in and then got distracted by an email—this is why I try never to try new teas while at work. Anyway, the passion fruit flavor is a bit fainter than I’d like. The base comes through strongly; I’m never good at ID’ing bases but I think it might be a Ceylon or similar. It reminds me of that Paradise iced tea all restaurants used to serve in the ‘90s—I’ve always liked that stuff, so no problem there. I do think I might enjoy this more iced, though; I often do with fruit-flavored teas, just as a personal preference.

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