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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From The Tea Emporium

This well rounded black tea from Ceylon combines the sweet flavour of raspberries with the tartness of pomegranates, goji berries, and garana. Smooth and healthy either hot or cold.

Tip: Use 1 tsp per cup, heat fresh water to a boil, steep 3-5 minutes.

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Oh man…I made a cuppa this in my thermos to start off my morning yesterday and oh man. So good! It tastes like candy nom nom nom. It’s sweet and juicy and just plain lovely. Good call, Indigobloom and Jessie, good call. I can’t remember the specifics, as it was NUTBARS at work yesterday, but yeah, it was a good, good tea. I do remember practically chugging it and then being heartbroken when it was gone.

At our Toronto Tea Party on Monday, we got a bag of this to split and all of us try. This is one I will definitely be purchasing more of.

Absolutely no backhint of ass.

Tina S.

Damn, now this one has two entries ‘cause I made one last night too, but didn’t blog it yet. So glad the tea is awesome!! <3 (Mine is at Pommeberry, hence the confusion!)

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Yeah, I couldn’t find it listed on the site, I likely have it wrong >.<

Tina S.

We’ll blame it on my crappy pen, lol. I stole the backhint of ass bag so I put up what was on it on my entry if you want to copy and paste it into this one too.

Jessie

Awesome! I can’t wait to try this one, especially hearing that it’s ass-free.

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There, I fixed this one, maybe we can ask Jason to delete the other? Sorry I am made of fail! .;;

And yes, this was amazingly ass free!

Angrboda

‘Ass free’… Do I want to know…?

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The Tea Emporium bags have a…unique scent.

Angrboda

Hee! Oh dear. :p

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We’re just glad it turned out to be the bags and not the tea!

Indigobloom

whew, I am so relieved that the backhint hasn’t penetrated the tea!

Indigobloom

Aisling, I just read your comment. Sorry I hijacked your thoughts!! :P

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Sweet tarts!! Tart, with a very faint hint of berry, which was brought out a touch with my addition of agave. The black tea base is pretty standard. I don’t really have much more to say… except that I am so sure that there is hibiscus hiding in here somewhere. yes, it was that sour without the agave!
Overall, it was nice but not especially unique.
Thanks to my tea peeps Jessie, De, and Aisling for sharing this with me! Epic times. Epic times…

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Another member here of the Toronto Tea Party, sipping our first outing’s tea. I’m getting mostly raspberry from my cup, with a strong black tea base behind it. In fact until I added some sugar, the fruit notes were extremely hidden. The sugar brought them out to the party, though, and now it is a lovely cup. Sorry Indigobloom I’m not getting the hibiscus you had either — maybe you had a random bit in your bag or something?

This is definitely a lovely tea for fruit fans. I’m glad I got to try it. Am curious how it’ll blend with my other raspberry black now, as well!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Indigobloom

Hmph!!!
I’ve had a bad few tea days… so maybe it’s just the funk I’m in. Who knows why that would make it sour… shrugs I’ll give it another shot :)

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Okay, I’m showing up late to the tea party. I only got around to trying this last night, but I was away most of the week. Gimme a break!

This is nice, though I don’t think (on first try) it held up to its scent for me. It’s a quite nice if unremarkable black base and lots of berry flavour. I’m getting some tartness from it (the gojis, I imagine), and maybe even a bit of floral, so I think I see where Indigobloom is coming from. I didn’t sweeten it, though, and steeped 2.5 minutes at 205 degrees.

Indigobloom

yay I’m not the only one! lol

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485 tasting notes

Finally tried this from our Toronto Tea Party and mmmmm, very sweet and fruity without any sugar. I don’t taste any hibiscus, but I only steeped it two minutes, which seems the perfect length for most blacks. I like the berry in this one; reminds me of Tealish’s Bella Berry without the tartness of the melon added in.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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