Champagne Infused White Raspberry Tea

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White Tea
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Apple Candy, Grapes, Raspberry, Sugarcane, Candy, Champagne, Hay, Sweet, White Grapes
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Red Leaf Tea

Of all the teas, White Tea as the most delicate flavor. Lightly dried and uncured, white tea leaves accept sweetening well. We carefully suffused a light champagne into the herbs and created a new tea blend that truly melds the freshness of safflowers, red raspberry and white wine champagne, while retaining its delicate original taste. Best enjoyed as an afternoon tea, our Champagne White Raspberry Tea is a gourmet’s delight.

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807 tasting notes

I love this tea. Probably one of the most naturally flavored berry teas I have tired. I find it interesting how it seems to magically wake up when sugar is added. While I do not really like to add sweetener to my teas I do on occasion and this is one of those occasions. Why not its champagne after all :)
This tea does not need sweetener mind you, it stands very strongly all on its own, but the sugar does seem to perk up the deep strawberry flavors.
Thank you Indigobloom for sending me a sample – this is absolutely staying on my shopping list!
Happy Dance!

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

wow two hit runs in one day I’m on a roll! :P
I need to try this again. My first cup did not impress…


Well I will buy it from ya if you don’t like it :)

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2784 tasting notes

This sample came to me by way of Indigobloom – thank you!

I steeped this for 3 minutes and I’m getting a light tartness from the raspberry and also a nice grape-y element. It does remind me a little bit of champagne but it’s also a bit on the sweet side (perhaps I prefer my champagne dry)… I can see why Indigobloom thought this was reminiscent of bubblegum. Overall it’s okay but not my favorite white tea blend. I do appreciate the sample though!

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

I suppose its a love it or “meh” it blend! glad I’m not the only one :)

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1281 tasting notes

Thank you Lala for this sample.

This is the first tea from Red Leaf that I have tried that was not a matcha. Champagne infused white raspberry tea could not sound fancier if it tried, I am very much looking forward to trying this. :)

The raw leaves have a very sweet and fresh, clear raspberry scent. Much stronger than I had expected. Perfect for this hot, sunny British day.

Once steeped this tea is yellow in colour with a subtle yet floral, sweet raspberry aroma. Very different from it’s raw form but just as pleasant.

Flavour is sweet, very fruity with a slight raspberry tartness and a hint of flowers. I’m not sure I can taste champagne but there is something I just can’t explain about it… a special flavour and quality about it.

As a whole it’s nice and light but rich with raspberry flavour. I also agree that it makes a perfect afternoon tea. The after taste is wonderfully fruity and sweet. Definitely exceeded my expectations.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

Happy to hear that you like it!


I have been looking at their wine infused teas to order along with some matcha. I am so glad to see that you like it!! :)

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When I heard that this tea was made by taking a white tea and then soaking it in champagne, i was intrigued. I couldn’t wait to try it. It sounded like a sensualist’s treat. I’m very pleased with the experience of smelling and drinking this tea. It feels luxurious.

The dry leaves smell so wonderful that I want to eat the leaves. They have a wonderful grape and light raspberry smell. The leaves themselves are typical white tea leaves but with a bit more green and a little less downy white than some white teas.

The scent of the dry leaves is excellently expressed in the fragrant brew along with a very light musk as one gets in some grape juices. It leaves a very pleasant aftertaste.

170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 0 sec

oh wow…i’m putting this on my shopping list right this second.

Madison Bartholemew

ok… that sounds amazing!


It feels delightfully naughty to be drinking the champagne-infused tea at my desk at work. I feel like a 50s movie star.


You just need one of those long cigarette holders and you’ll be set!

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1448 tasting notes

I think I messed this up. The first steep was bubblegummy, the second was better…
I’ll try it again. It was definitely left in there too long. 30s infusion next time!


Girl what have you been puttin in yer Tea?!!


Toronto water? hahaaa. Actually I use filtered mostly. *shrugs!

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840 tasting notes

Made this one as a cold brew. Brewed for about 11 hours.

This one turned out exactly as I wanted it to. It tasted exactly like the hot brew, but cold. It tastes like slightly sweet champagne, with a hint of fruity raspberry. The raspberry may add a very subtle tartness. The only thing that was missing was the bubbles!

I think I am going to enjoy this one through the summer, or while I am waiting for summer to come!

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212 tasting notes

This is a sample from Indigobloom. After she went out and bought tea and mailed it to us, she also sent samples! Indigobloom has a very generous spirit. Thank you. :D

This is a truly delicate tea. I’m not sure what champagne is supposed to taste like so that bit is lost on me. I picked up hints of raspberry and a dry, vegetal taste I associate with white tea. Almost like hay but not quite as sweet as hay smells to me. I felt it had a slight pepper finish. A pretty good cup.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

Yes she does!


it sounds amazing! You are probably getting that dry sensation from the champagne flavor – champagne can be sweet or quite dry depending on the type you get – also very bubbly :) So sparkly tasting.


It did have a sparkly quality to it. Thanks for the clarification. :D


glad you liked it Missy, I’m still not quite sure what to think of it!

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406 tasting notes

Finally finishing up my sample of this – it’s surprisingly good for having spent several months in a clear plastic bag. Smooth, sweet, lightly grape-y. I can definitely taste the white tea base, which is impressive considering how little white tea I drink. I… might just have to buy more of this. Ooh, and apparently it’s on sale? $4/.8oz or $5.60/1.6oz This gets more and more tempting…

1.4g, 4oz water, 2 steeps so far

180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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Tea #10 Great Canadian Traveling Tea Box

This is the biggest surprise from the box so far. I love this. Delicate white tea with natural raspberry flavor. Fantastic. There is something in the back that I would say is wine ish. I don’t have much more to say other than, sorry this is staying with me.


I agree this tea was a nice surprise. :)

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1351 tasting notes

Guh. I love raspberry, I love grape and I love this tea. Cold brewed this yesterday and it’s just lovely. I don’t think I’ll ever drink another white hot, it’s all cold brewing for me! It’s a touch bitter, but overall it’s delicious. Fruity and grapey and just plain beautiful.

Tina S.

I am super curious about this one! It sounds nommy!


Did I miss something with the name changes? I was so confused when I got an email notification from the above comment!

aisling of tea

It’s a joke for the Toronto Tea(bag) Party


Ah! Thanks for the explanation :D

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