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Raspberry Pu'erh Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by TeaBrat
Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Tea of the afternoon here... do you believe I haven't made it through my Nature's Tea Leaf order yet? I've been busy! So I am not thrilled with this particular pu-erh. In my opinion it is...” Read full tasting note
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From Nature's Tea Leaf

Raspberry Pu’erh is our own recipe of select Pu’erh leaves infused with natural organic raspberry. This unique, dark tea is known for its weight loss properties and can be used in diet and weight management. When combined with natural raspberry the resulting tea is bold, with a light sweetness and aroma of sweet raspberry. Raspberry Pu’erh can be enjoyed hot or chilled.

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Tea of the afternoon here… do you believe I haven’t made it through my Nature’s Tea Leaf order yet? I’ve been busy!

So I am not thrilled with this particular pu-erh. In my opinion it is lacking in the raspberry flavor and what flavor I am detecting seems artificial and weird. It was better with a little turbinado sugar added. I will probably finish off the bag that I have but can’t really recommend it.

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Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec
Indigobloom

I wonder how they flavoured this one. I just took an intro to tea class and the professor said they infuse it using scent or juice. Somehow I can’t picture that with raspberry lol

TeaBrat

According to my man at the Aroma Tea shop, sometimes flavoring is just sprayed onto teas.

Indigobloom

Sprayed! interesting. I would not have guessed that

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