Has a nice sweetness all on its own.
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Tea For Wisdom. The soft taste and sweet aroma of fresh blackberries is experienced with the first sip of this fruity tea. A subtle undertone of cool white sage adds a balanced finish. Wonderful iced.
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Not a fan of the flavor. It’s really bitter and has a salty taste that my tongue refuses to believe is a real thing.
I’d pass on it, but if you’re in a bind, this will satisfy your need for fruity tea. I’d suggest some of the Republic of Tea’s other black teas though – like Vanilla Almond or Earl Greyer – if you’re looking for a tasty pick-me-up.
Otherwise, you’re probably better off just eating a black berry. (The fruit, not the phone)