Raspberry Fruit Tea Blend

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Black Fruit Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This one was sent to me by *brandy*! Thanks so much! Hmm...... it's odd how there's no info OR reviews for this one............ Anyways, this is a backlog. One reason I hate doing backlogs...” Read full tasting note
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    ianerickson 119 tasting notes
  • “Hmm, I could have sworn I would have done a review for this tea already, but perhaps not. I am in any case almost finished with the large sample from MBSC, though I think I gave some of it away. I...” Read full tasting note
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    dinosara 1931 tasting notes

From Monterey Bay Spice Company

This blend of tea and fruit leaves offers a subtle cup that is better sipped than gulped! Raspberry Fruit tea starts with an exceptional black tea, providing a strong and robust platform. Atop this black tea, a delicate sweetness is reminiscent of summer berries. With an amber cup, there fined flavors of Raspberry Fruit tea are layered in the complexin fusion, just waiting for you!

Ingredients: Black tea, raspberry leaf, and fruit flavor.

Contains Caffeine

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119 tasting notes

This one was sent to me by brandy! Thanks so much!

Hmm…… it’s odd how there’s no info OR reviews for this one…………

Anyways, this is a backlog. One reason I hate doing backlogs is because even if I don’t forget how it tasted, I literally ALWAYS forget my brewing parameters… Sorry folks!

Anyways, I iced this one (double strength then over ice) to compare it to Adagio’s raspberry black tea. And oh my goodness. This one is so much better! No sugar needed to be added to this one! It tastes like a real, juicy and perfectly sweet-and-tart raspberry! None of that fake fruit crap! And I could taste the black base, it’s pretty nice. My guess would go to Ceylon but I’m not 100% positive on that… goes to check hmmm there doesn’t seem to be any info on the website so I guess I guess I’ll stick to my Ceylon assumption.

This one was super yummy! Thanks again brandy!

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1931 tasting notes

Hmm, I could have sworn I would have done a review for this tea already, but perhaps not. I am in any case almost finished with the large sample from MBSC, though I think I gave some of it away. I am drinking it this morning for the benefits of the raspberry leaf in it, which has helped me out in the past. I thought that another raspberry black tea that I had was the same as this one (i.e., sourced from MBSC), but it appears that it is lacking the raspberry leaf, so I may be looking for a source for that in a bit.

Anyway, this tea is tasty enough, with a nice sweet-tart raspberry flavor, and enough raspberry leaf to do the trick. It’s not quite enough of a draw to make me want to repurchase, mostly because the black tea is kind of meh and I want some straight raspberry leaf for future months.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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