Soderblandning Black

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Black Fruit Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I couldn't make a note under the other entry for this tea so I made a new one. No way was this gem from the Traveling tea box going un-noted! I think I oversteeped it a tad as it was a hair...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks to Azzrian, I'm trying my first tea from Sweden. It is a mellow,smooth black tea, with some pleasing citrus and floral notes. In researching Soderblandning, I found that it was created by...” Read full tasting note
    djahls 163 tasting notes

From The Tea Centre of Stockholm

Our most popular and best-known tea, filled with the tastes of tropical fruits and flowers. Its popularity extends far beyond our country’s borders, and the tea is constantly finding new enthusiasts.

Söderblandning, which has been produced since 1979, is supplied solely by the Tea Centre of Stockholm. Many copies with similar names are sold by others, but only here will you find the original. Enjoy a delightful cup of Söderblandning. Equally good hot and cold, with or without milk.

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I couldn’t make a note under the other entry for this tea so I made a new one.
No way was this gem from the Traveling tea box going un-noted!
I think I oversteeped it a tad as it was a hair bitter, but some sugar spruced it right up.
The base is nice and strong, but not in a bold way, more like a sturdy sortof “notice me!” way that really holds up against the citrus. The orange peel adds a depth I didn’t expect, and the aroma is especially pleasant.
I rather enjoyed the cup, it was comforting and refreshing, and wouldn’t mind having it in my cupboard, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to buy some.

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163 tasting notes

Thanks to Azzrian, I’m trying my first tea from Sweden. It is a mellow,smooth black tea, with some pleasing citrus and floral notes. In researching Soderblandning, I found that it was created by mistake by a tea shop owner in 1979 and is very popular in Sweden. Typically the base is a blend of Chinese and Ceylon black teas with the addition of blue petals of cornflower and yellow petals of marigold as well as orange rind, but this can vary. I was splitting a 4 1/2 gram sample with my husband to make about 14 oz of tea, and although it was very nice, if I had more, I would make it stronger-probably 3 gm/8 oz. Glad I had the chance to try it.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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