Blackcurrant, Ginseng and Vanilla

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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For this infusion, we’ve gathered flavours from all over the world; from meadows in England to the exotic lands of the Orient. The result is a luxurious drink with a deep-rose colour and a soothing taste.

With the zingy flavour of blackcurrants, woody notes of ginseng, and creamy, rich taste of vanilla, there’s no better treat for warming you up on a cold evening. Wherever you are.

Hibiscus, Orange Peel, Orange Leaves, Blackberry Leaves, Lemon Peel, Rosehips, Liquorice Root, Ginseng (2%), Blackcurrant Flavouring, Vanilla Flavouring, Blackcurrant Pieces (1%).

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Got this tea bag from a hotel. I’ve never been a fan of fruit infusion but I needed tea to wake me up, and this was what I found from my box of tea leaves! It surely smells good – the smell resembles that of blackcurrant yogurt. For the taste, it is intense blackcurrant while the ginseng and vanilla are nowhere to be found. I guess the steep time was a bit too long…

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I enjoyed this tea. The blackcurrant was strong, and I tasted just a hint of vanilla. But the ginseng? I couldn’t find it.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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I couldn’t find any ginseng and vanilla note…I think the blackcurrant flavor is too strong and can cover the others.

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