Ripe Raspberry

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Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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From Kally Tea

Ripe red raspberries combined with sweet, grape-like litchi berries and blended with fruity Keemun to produce a classic refreshing tea that is brisk, mildly tart and fully satisfying. Enjoy warm or prepare with double amount of tea and serve over ice with sliced limes for full refreshment.

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sipdown! (albeit a fake-ish sort of one since i’m passing the rest off to an office mate who loved the cup i made for her…which is good because i don’t like this nearly as much as i initially did.)

Edit: i’m at 192 for those curious as to where i’ve manage to land…however i fully expect that will go up shortly as i get to open my birthday order this saturday AND i think another package showed up today, that i can pick up tomorrow…wheee!

Terri HarpLady

I hope it’s the box I sent :)


me too!

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Raspberry perfume… (she said as she hummed Prince’s Raspberry Beret. After having my cuppa, I now cannot get it outta my head!!!)
Big thanks to Sil for hooking me up with my Kally order. You are one cool tea friend :)

Seriously, I feel as if I’m drinking berry perfume. The raspberry part is coming through loud and clear mind you. and the aftertaste… wow that is lovely. I think that’s my favourite part.
Dad had the first cuppa, then I just drank the second steep so shall withhold a rating til I can sample it properly.
In the end, I think the perfume aspect will overwhelm me to the point of not enjoying it. Sad thing is, it’s more of a scent issue than it is a taste one.
I tried plugging my nose while taking a sip and it was pure berry goodness. A little tart, a little sweet. Oh yes, I quite like that. Then as soon as I take in a breath through my nose… BAM! Le sighs.
Adding a splash of milk seemed to help.
I wonder what this would be like in a pudding. Vanilla raspberry pudding?

Raspberry beret… The kind you find in a second hand store…

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I used 1.25 tablespoons of dry leaf for 375ml of water.

Raspberry perfume-y flavour on the sip. Detecting a melony hint which gives the raspberry flavour some fullness. The raspberry taste is fairly authentic. The overall flavour is quite mild. Hibiscus is well blended. Light sweetness. Detecting a light astringency and flavour from the black tea.

Hibiscus tartness comes out as the tea cools but it is neither unpleasant nor overpowering. It does, however, really stick out on its own. There isn’t enough raspberry taste on the sip to properly partner with it.

Thank you to Indigobloom for passing some of this on to me.

Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

yep I’m not sure what to do with this one myself!


Maybe a longer infusion time? I have a bit left to experiment with one more time. This one is definitely not something that I would seek out again though.


Hmm perhaps, I need to play around with it… Dad thought the first steep was too tart. Might be better iced.


I’ll see what i can figure out whenever i get around to opening the new teas lol


Let me know! you might just end up inheriting the rest of mine :P

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