Although it is from big bags I have no idea if it is that old at all. It was foilwrapped though, so hopefully still alright, though a bit old.

I was craving a fruit tea today afternoon, and while cranberries isn’t a fruit I crave often, today it was different and decided to brew it anyway. They suggest 10 minutes steep, which is a lot, but I decided to follow it anyway.

It’s tart, very tart, and very cranberry forward. They claim there is some orange peel in and it should be noticeable, but not for me. It had expecting flavour profile though and honestly it wasn’t bad. Maybe a teaspoon of sugar would make it more lovely and less tart.

It is about 20 minutes since I finished the cup and I still notice its tartness on my tongue tip, but it’s okay. Nothing I would have to keep in my cupboard though.

Flavors: Cranberry, Tart

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 10 OZ / 300 ML

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