Replaced the yucked up Xmas blend with this ol’ reliable. Plus, I’d already cleaned 2 infusers today… a third was NOT happening. :P
“When I got the Golden Moon newsletter, I about lost it. I can make iced tea that quickly? Four minutes and ice, no heating water? This is too good to be true. I dropped two of these sachets in a...” Read full tasting note
“A chameleon of a tea: starts of with lovely raspberry taking over the EG notes, then the EG pops up as it cools to say hello, and when cold, it's lost most of the raspberry and gains the perfumey...” Read full tasting note
“Finally used this whole tin up! Not terrible, but I definitely won't repurchase (in fact, I don't plan on buying any more Zhena's teas... they've all been disappointing, unfortunately).” Read full tasting note
“Raspberry Earl Grey! It's like something I'd make up for myself! First of all, this tea smells great before it's brewed. Strong on the raspberry, but not so strong that it reminds me of candy....” Read full tasting note
The floral aroma of juicy raspberries is perhaps the perfect complement to the sweet citrus and full-bodied flavor of Earl Grey. This more exceptional version of this classic tea is artisan hand-crafted in small batches and infused with only top-grade essential oils of real fruit to brew a sweet, succulent cup.
Steep in boiling water for 3-5 minutes.
Ingredients: Nilgiri Black Tea, Freeze-Dried Raspberries, Essential Oil of Italian Bergamot, Natural Raspberry Flavor.
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The most revolting thing I’ve ever tasted. No raspberry flavour, just overpowering bergamot and petrol. I admit, I only gave it a one cup shot, and didn’t finish the cup, but it was so horrid, I tossed the rest out. Thankfully, I bought this when it was on clearance!
It smells increadible in the tin! That said, once brewed, the raspberry flavor wasn’t as apparent as I’d hoped it would be, but it was still a tasty cuppa Earl Grey. I prepared it the same way I do all other Earl Greys. Sweetened with suger (raw this time) and a splash of milk. Despite the not so apparent raspberry taste, no regrets on having picked this up.
My love of this tea is entirely my friend Victoria’s fault. She bought it first — we bought bought different teas actually from a store in our town, and she got this one and another… I actually forget which ones I bought. Anyway. So she had it at her house. And I had some of it. And fell in love.
There is a hint of a raspberry lemonadey taste to it, but overall it’s just a pleasant, slightly sweet, fruit and black tea flavour. It’s lovely clear — that’s how I’m drinking it now — or with milk and honey, and it doesn’t oversteep easily. I just enjoy having this tea around. It’s a great thing to drink.