Blackberry Sage

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  • “Backlog: This was the first tea that I received in my subscription of six teas from Simple Loose Leaf. This is a pretty good tea. The blackberry is sweet and the sage adds a nice...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I really liked this one, much more than I thought I would! It wasn't bitter at all, and I definitely got the blackberry taste with hints of sage that made it just yummy savory. One thing that...” Read full tasting note
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Our robust South Indian black tea meets the intoxicating flavor of summer blackberries in this rich and decadent tea. A touch of white sage completes the blend, balancing the plump, juicy flavors of berries with its mystical, earthen essence. With each sip of this deliciously ethereal tea, find yourself closer and closer to true awakening.

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Backlog:

This was the first tea that I received in my subscription of six teas from Simple Loose Leaf.

This is a pretty good tea. The blackberry is sweet and the sage adds a nice contrasting, savory element to the flavor. A good balance between the sweet, tangy fruit and the savory sage. The black tea is rich and flavorful – but don’t oversteep this one … it can become slightly bitter.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/09/30/blackberry-sage-black-tea-blend-simple-loose-leaf/

OMGsrsly

This sounds right up my alley.

JustJames

this sounds lovely…. once upon a time i had a pineapple sage plant. think i need to click the button on this one.

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263 tasting notes

I really liked this one, much more than I thought I would! It wasn’t bitter at all, and I definitely got the blackberry taste with hints of sage that made it just yummy savory.

One thing that surprised me was that when I looked at the steeped leaves, they looked like blackberry leaves – not tea leaves. That made sense since I know sometimes blackberry leaves are used, but I went to look it up on the site and they aren’t listed. Weird!

Maybe another cup is in order so I can investigate this more…

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