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Edit tea info Last updated by Auggy
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  • “Okay, I don't know what I did differently this time (perhaps brewed it longer?) because I liked it today. Still don't know what a currant is supposed to taste like but I got sort of a light black...” Read full tasting note
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    aug3zimm 911 tasting notes
  • “I LOVE this tea and have for years. It has a rich, full-bodied yet delicate taste with fruit overtones that I have yet to find in another tea. We first tasted Paradise tea years ago when on a trip...” Read full tasting note
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911 tasting notes

Okay, I don’t know what I did differently this time (perhaps brewed it longer?) because I liked it today. Still don’t know what a currant is supposed to taste like but I got sort of a light black cherry/berry vibe coming from it today. Of course, lower expectations also might have played a hefty roll in my liking it today. Yay lower expectations!

takgoti

I haven’t had currant [that I can remember] for a long time, but when I did it was in jam form. Black cherry/berry sounds pretty accurate to me.

Auggy

If that’s the case then, I’d say two thumbs up for this tea tasting like what it is supposed to! Hehe.

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I LOVE this tea and have for years. It has a rich, full-bodied yet delicate taste with fruit overtones that I have yet to find in another tea. We first tasted Paradise tea years ago when on a trip to California and we asked the waitress what the tea was. We then stocked up because we couldn’t find it in stores locally (St. Louis area).

I found this particular blend at a local restaurant and it was only available in commercial-size loose leaf bags, so I started buying it in bulk online. Although the regular original and tropical blends are great tasting, this one is just so much more flavorful.

Now I find out that since Smucker’s bought Sara Lee (who had previously purchased Paradise Tea), they stopped making it a few months ago (spring 2012). If you love this tea, write them and protest the decision. I certainly have!

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