This was purchased for a friend, but through some mix up it ended up in my bag. It certainly smells lovely, but I was hesitant to try it as it seemed to me to be a “weak” tea.

But I brewed a cup and it was actually quite lovely. Its definitely an afternoon tea, as its not heavy like you’d expect for a morning or evening tea.

Its quite sweet like the grapes on which it is based, but it is not a fruity tea. The rose and black currents in it persuade it not to be a fruit tea.

I have a rather large bag of it and I may purchase it once I’m finished as its a nice tea to have on hand as I see it being a pleasing tea for guests.

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Jasmine and Earl Grey are my go-to teas. I enjoy teas that taste like bark/dirt/woodsy flavours and I detest fruit teas.

I always drink it black and I always forget to remove the bag/strainer so I always drink it very strong.




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