Raspberry Champagne

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Octavia Tea

Lush and inviting, Raspberry Champagne blends the floral, honey-like notes of champagne with fresh, blushing berries. White tea is said to be the healthiest of all teas and is picked only a few days each year.

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SIPDOWN #2 for the day! This one will be missed! I’m not much for New Years Resolutions but I think I might add Octavia AND Bird Pick as TWO Tea Companies I hope to place orders with in the new year!

Aroma:
Honey, Berries, White Tea…very nice!

The taste is a bit on the lighter-side. If you are looking for a more intense flavor I suggest doubling the amount and shortening the time by a little! The Raspberry really came out when I attempted this!

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Thanks for the sample, darby!

I started my day off with a lot of champagne things hahaha. I had this with breakfast and then a mimosa before Skyfall. That would have been a mimosa with Skyfall but those previews take forever. I love Cinebistro. I love James Bond.

I actually liked this a lot better cold. When it was hot I only tasted raspberry, but at least I could taste the hay-like notes of the white tea too, so it wasn’t too bad. And I do like raspberry, but it is raspberry champagne.

Cold, the champagne flavor comes out as well as the raspberry and also notes of honey. The raspberry tastes more tart and juicy, with a nice bubbly flavor to match.

The only thing I wish is I could find how exactly to steep it. I went with just 2 minutes because it’s not on their website at all. I guess they just assume everyone drinking their teas got it in original packaging and don’t swap for them. Then again from what I remember on the tin for French Breakfast, the instructions are very poor to begin with so in the end, it all worked out I guess.

LiberTEAS

It’s a white tea, so this is how I would steep it: use low temperature, 160F is what I’d go with, and steep it for 5 – 7 minutes.

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This might be another one of those teas I’ve just had in my cupboard way too long. But I am only getting the slightest hint of raspberry and the rest is just hot water….yuck! One to another tea for me today!

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Had a delightful mug of this at the Pickwick Society when I stopped there with friends last night. The aroma was so enticing, such succulent berries with a bit of a sparkling note that just catches and pulls you in. The tea was very lightly flavored and did well to hydrate me. I ended up choosing a friends tea (blueberry white tea) to take home though, as it was much more flavorful and fragrant than the surprisingly simple taste of the Raspberry Champagne. I may pick up a tin of this loose leaf after I finish the blueberry.

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This is an awesome Raspberry Champagne tea… I think it’s my favorite one that I’ve tried thus far. It is light, crisp and sweet. If I hadn’t read the ingredients and saw that it had hibiscus and stevia in it, I wouldn’t have guessed it. I can’t taste the tartness of the hibiscus, it only adds a light color to the cup. I can’t taste that funky aftertaste from the stevia. I taste raspberry and the light, crisp taste of champagne, as well as the jasmine and osmanthus. The honey tones are delightful.

Definitely the best Raspberry Champagne I’ve yet to encounter. I love it.

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This is a White tea and needs to be steeped for at least 3 minutes. Careful! It can get bitter if you forget about the steeper. -Very fruity and light when paired with sugar. Sadly, the cup still remains empty with this tea. It goes way too quickly!

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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