Queen of Berries

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Queen of Berries is a blend of the finest black tea with real strawberries, raspberries and blackcurrants. It will instantly transport you to an English summer garden, bursting with ripe, sweet berries.
Place one teaspoon per cup into an infuser, filter or teapot. Add freshly boiled water and infuse for 4 minutes. Serve immediately or remove leaves to prevent spoiling

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1319 tasting notes

I’m drinking this right now. A real post about it will follow later.


I feel like sometimes my posts aren’t showing up. I’m not used to getting a total of NO LIKES AT ALL on something I post, so it rather makes me suspicious, you know?




This one was posted!


Thank you.


I can see you, Angrboda. I can see you.


We see you :-)


Yep I can see you here too :)


Woot woot! We can see you and your postings. :)


Excellent! Thanks guys.

I noticed that when I posted this little bout of whining, it showed up on my dashboard, which the previous post never did. I didn’t think too much of it then, because I couldn’t quite remember if it was supposed to show up there or not. It does show up on the all new posts page, though.

It looked like the same thing might be happening to some of your posts while I was looking at the all recent page. I came across a handful of posts that I’m sure never showed on my dashboard, because I would have pressed like if they had. And they were in between posts from the same person that I had already liked, so it wasn’t just due to one of my periods of not checking the dashboard too rigorously.

Have any of you noticed something similar happening?

I’ll probably send an email about it to Jason later.


The previous post does show up now if I scroll back on my dashboard. Only that’s about… 22 hours too late, really.


I actually ran into the same issue last weekend, but I can see you now :)


I can see it. I am still finding that my “likes” aren’t always sticking.

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Sipdown! On our way out for board games and relaxing tonight and I packed up the last of this and my lime chiffon to complete my sip downs. Haha. Wish I could have brought more tea with me but my travel mugs will have to do.

This one is keeping me warm on the subway ride and making me dream of summer with fresh fruits and delicious sunshine…yes sunshine is delicious! :)


I always claim that sunshine has a scent! Have fun at your games!


Thanks fuzzy! We had a blast last night :)

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1288 tasting notes

This is a tea I’ve definitely got better at brewing as time has gone on. The first time I tried it, I could taste mostly the tea base, and the berry only really emerged in the aftertaste. These days, I can make a cup of this and know that the berry flavouring will the main feature. I think it’s probably partly trial and error, and having found the amount of leaf and the brew time that suit my tastes. Part of it might be that it’s been open a while now, and maybe it’s benefitted from being aired a little.

I’ve only got a couple of cups worth of this left now, so it’ll soon be a sipdown. It’s a tea I’ve thourghly enjoyed, though, and one of the best berry flavoured blacks I’ve tried in a while.

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1015 tasting notes

I have a bit of this tea thanks to threewhales! It is a really good, juicy strawberry tea. The strawberry and tea are in perfect harmony and really work well together. This is really good plain, but I’m having it with a pinch of sugar and milk – this is great!

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Fresh strawberries ripe on the vine. Got that picture in your mind? Good. Now imagine all that juicy goodness in your teapot…you can taste summer in your cuppa. The dry leaves smelled incredible and the brewed tea does not disappoint. Very fresh, very drinkable. This would be incredible iced:)

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oh my goodness i have SO MANY notes to write i am so behind.
i’ve been feeling really unstable and chaotic lately. and i haven’t been running. and i haven’t been home much. and work is busy. so i’m having a hard time finding moments to write notes.
excuses excuses!!

this is a joyful cup! very berry delicious. i get a strawberry currant type of blend.
Scheherazade, i’m really thankful for the generous sample you gave me cuz i like it lots and now i can have like almost 4 cups!

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719 tasting notes

This one was sent my way from Angrboda.

The steeped tea smells strongly of berries. The taste is more subtle, with the berries clearly there, but not overwhelming the tea base. The tea base also complements well. I’m not generally a fan of berry amalgamations, though I love berries individually, but this tea is quite delightful.

Thanks Angrboda!

In other news, the flights to home/Jamaica are officially booked! I couldn’t rearrange my psych presentation, but that only means I’m back one day early. YAY. But I’m finding it difficult to be excited because the amount of work I need to get done in the next three weeks is seriously overwhelming. I should probably just install an intravenous caffeine drip.

Flavors: Berries

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Yay for Jamaica! Where are you going? I went to Ocho Rios once many years ago with friends and had a blast.


Montego Bay! My parents go to Jamaica quite a bit, and they also loved Ocho Rios.


I am so so jealous! you’ll have so much fun!


I am pretty sure we flew into Montego Bay and drove to Ocho Rios. In any case, I remember being there briefly. Sounds like a great time!


Yay! That’s great!


I’m glad you liked it. :)

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My mom brought this from England for me. It’s an absolutely lovely tea! I’d make it a touch weaker next time, though. Brewed 4 minutes at 70 C.

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