Raspberry Lychee

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Black Fruit Blend
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  • “Two co workers and I decided to go out for afternoon tea today at the Pickwick Society tearoom after work today. We started by each choosing a dainty cup (china tea cup) of tea we wanted to enjoy....” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is a tea I save for the special occasions. If you are a fan of the lychee fruit, this is one to keep in the cupboard. The aroma is very pleasant, with strong fruity notes and hints of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The color is a golden red brown with emphasis on the brown. Almost like a translucent brick red. I love the smell of this tea. You can really smell the lychee and the raspberry, but not the...” Read full tasting note
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From Octavia Tea

This succulent black tea fills your cup with the sweet, juicy flavor of garden-fresh raspberries and tropical lychee. Rich in protective antioxidants, Raspberry Lychee is excellent hot or over ice.

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Two co workers and I decided to go out for afternoon tea today at the Pickwick Society tearoom after work today. We started by each choosing a dainty cup (china tea cup) of tea we wanted to enjoy. They the full line of Octavia teas. After smelling several samples, I decided on this tea. I love the ripe, tart berry and sweet lychee fruit aroma and I needed the black tea base to pick me up. Once they brought the tea out to me in a pretty white with pink roses tea cup and saucer, I let it steep for four minutes. The brewed tea had a highly floral scent. Maybe a hint of jasmine? I loved how the sweet lychee hit my tongue first and the berry in the end of the sip. This was devine. I bet it would be great iced as well!

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This is a tea I save for the special occasions. If you are a fan of the lychee fruit, this is one to keep in the cupboard.

The aroma is very pleasant, with strong fruity notes and hints of floral. Lychee is the clear star of the show. You can taste it prominently with each sip, and a lingering sweet and creamy aftertaste will always be left in your mouth.

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The color is a golden red brown with emphasis on the brown. Almost like a translucent brick red.

I love the smell of this tea. You can really smell the lychee and the raspberry, but not the black tea all that much. The color sort of indicates that it’s not a very strong black tea. Most of the flavor looks like it comes from the fruits while the color comes from the black tea.

The first taste is a strong taste of lychee. The fruit is very strong and is almost over powering to the other two tastes. The black tea is soft and comforting and by far over powers the raspberry. I have always found lychees to be a little sour. What this means is that the tea is a little sour. I want to make it clear that it isn’t bitter though. It is also sweet. The black tea is a little milky to the taste. They have definitely added extra lychee and raspberry taste to the tea. I’m generally not a fan of extracts.

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175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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