Blackberry Raspberry

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Black Currant, Blackberry Leaves, Flavor, Hibiscus Flowers, Licorice Root
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Very pleasant red berry flavor, not too sour from hibiscus. A solid, fruity entry.

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Thank you for a freebie of this one, AJRimmer — especially as you only had a few and liked it so much.  I was having chocolate cream pie for dessert, and thought this would be an excellent pairing.  Yup.  What a unique delicious flavor.  I tried a sip before looking at the ingredient list and was surprised at the uniqueness of the berry!    I don’t think I’ve had a tea with this specific berry flavor yet – and I can distinctly taste the raspberry AND blackberry. Looking at the list of ingredients (and bright red brew), I thought I’d hate it.  But no!  It does have an authentic buzzy, earthy raspberry/blackberry flavor with just enough of a tart boost from the hibiscus.  It tastes like those jelly candies with the sprinkles coating them that are raspberry and blackberry flavored and look like raspberries and blackberries — had them once, not sure what they are called. The second steep the next night was purple in color rather than the bright red, and that lovely flavor was also mostly missing, so it was perfect that first steep… wouldn’t really bother with a second. I wouldn’t mind having some of this around (especially to pair with chocolate cream pie.)  This would also be good adding some vanilla ice cream to the mug. (Try it, AJRimmer!) 
Steep #1  // 18 minutes after boiling  // 2 minute steep
Steep #2  // just boiled //  3-4 min

Nattie

Vanilla ice cream in tea is a new one for me! Oooooh I have ideas :D

AJRimmer

I have some Tillamook chocolate ice cream that’s pretty decadent, so I might have to give that combo a try! I’m glad you enjoyed this one too!

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Got a box of this for super cheap at TJ Maxx this fall, and it’s much better than I thought it would be! The berry flavor is tart and pleasant. It’s not the same as all the typical bagged berry tea flavors. I really enjoy having a cold mug of this one in the morning. I only have a few bags left, and this is one I’ll miss when it’s gone.

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