1 Tasting Note


Lives up to it’s name! Tangy, zingy, the raspberry flavor really takes the stage in this tea, mainly in aroma. The hibicus doesn’t sit back though; it comes through full flavor upon drinking, with a slight hint of rose. It’s a quality bagged tea, one of my favorites. I use a dollop of honey to sweeten it, but be wary: oversweetning kills the floral and fruity flavor and makes it unbearable. I had to control my sweet tooth with this tea and back off the honey at first. The sweet and tart of the tea itself with a little help from clover honey is a true treat.


Also, I find adding two tea bags to the normal water and steeping time makes it more strong if I’m in the mood for a more tangy drink. One bag for something mellow.

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