As Mr. Darcy would say, “You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love….” this black tea with blackberry and vanilla. This is such a soothing tea and has equal tasting of the berries and the vanilla. I have to admit that it would have been impossible for me to dislike this tea simply because it carries the Jane Austen name and if Jane Austen novels were the only books left in print, I could happily continue to read them in succession knowing what conversations were coming and being excited to read them again! But I actually loved this tea from the time I opened the package and the aroma caused me to relax in anticipation of the tea I would enjoy. I needed only a tiny amount of sweetener (Stevia) because my southern sweet tea roots insist on tea satisfying my sweet tooth. I also loved that the second steeping of this tea was as smooth and enjoyable as the first.

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Avid golfer living in South Carolina with my retired (and golfing) husband. Sewing enthusiast and grandmother who misses greatly her only 2 grandchildren who live on the other side of the world in Sydney, Aus. I am a new tea enthusiast…introduced to the comfort and excitement of tea by my daughter, Devvyleys, who posts on Steepster vivid descriptions of teas.


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