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From Joy's Teaspoon

Dating back to Greek Mythology, the pomegranate has been a symbol for beauty, power and community. Sour cranberries and fruity, sweet raspberries play in perfect harmony with the pomegranate: a dream of scents combined with the noble, tangy aroma of black tea.

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Had a pot of this with the beau last night before going out for dinner and a movie. Still really yummy, with a good fruity taste, but the tea flavour in there as well. Not overpowering – A good balance!

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Second tea of the morning….

I am realizing that I have a ton of samples to get through, and I am in the mood for adventure. This one is long overdue, but I wanted to give it a fair trial. A big thank you to Uniquity for sending this in our Pre-Canada Postal Strike Swap (seems like forever ago!)

This is good! I do get the perfect hint of cranberry. Somehow the raspberry and pomegranate are more subtle. Not too tart, and not too sweet. It just adds a nice dimension to the tea base which complements the flavor well. I love it when the flavor and the base are so seemlessly paired.

24 oz teapot, 4 teaspoons tea, freshly boiled water, 4 minutes. Lightly sweetened.

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Today I am grading research papers and need a little something to get me through what seems like a never ending pile or papers. I reached for Crannyberry after I realized it had been a few weeks since I have sipped this tea. I really like the black tea mixed with traditionally strong berry flavors. The caffeine is a necessary component to grading and the berries keep me calm.


Needed a warm pick me up this afternoon – and reached for the last of my cranyberry too :-) It’s a great comfort tea!

Sarah Ruthven

I could not agree more!

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