Blackberry

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Black Fruit Blend
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  • “Okay, so you know how frustrating it can be if someone keeps calling you the wrong name or constantly mixes you up with your sibling, or something along those lines? Right. Well, words have...” Read full tasting note
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  • “There has been a sudden development to do with Stuff. If all goes well, I might dare telling you what it is soon. This otherwise very good tea has been moved to the Consider This First shelf....” Read full tasting note
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Mild, fruity tea, which is not as sweet as many of the others.

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Okay, so you know how frustrating it can be if someone keeps calling you the wrong name or constantly mixes you up with your sibling, or something along those lines? Right.

Well, words have feelings, too.

Pallet

This is an image of a pallet: https://bit.ly/3emkvSz

Palette

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Palate

Yes. Mouthfeels.

I bet these three words feel like Amy Adams and Isla Fisher and some other tiny, strawberry blonde actress who gets mixed up with the other two all the time.

On to the tea. This smells vaguely of fruity black tea, but without any specific, discernible fruit character. ‘Random berry’, I’d say. Steeped, the scent continues to be subtle, a subtlety that carries through into the sip.

What I really like about this one, and that I feel I often complain about in other black berry (not blackberry) teas, is that it’s not tart or sour at all. The flavour is simply blackberry (with hints of blueberry, as per usual, as the two flavour profiles are really difficult for me to keep apart in dried/tea form) and a very natural-tasting, smooth one, at that.

I’m not a huge berry tea fan, and this one doesn’t have the complexity I usually go for, but I like it a whole lot nonetheless. It’s just one of those teas, I guess. That’s the good news.

The bad news is that it made me crave scones with berry jam and clotted cream (and the works, really) something crazy and there’s just no way that is happening anytime soon.

Thanks for sharing this, Ang!

[Sample from the EU Travelling Box, autumn 2013.]

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Nxtdoor

Omg. As a chef, I cringe every time someone says palette.

Anna

PAINTMOUF.

Indigobloom

Debra Messing!! :P

JustJames

there are just so many. i was an english major first go round, i am consistently trying to keep my inner editor from becoming a spaghetti monster.

ifjuly

i tell myself it’s sort of poetic when i see palate as palette. like in a synesthesia sort of way. adding more shades of color to your tastebuds/proverbial paintbox. pallet on the other hand, conjures up humorous images, ha.

ifjuly

palette for palate, i should say, to be clearer.

TeaExplorer

Turns out I’m one of those offenders … Just swapped a palette for a palate in my bio … thanks for pointing that out. And a sincere apology to the word palate … I’m sorry honey, that was so insensitive of me. No, I’m not seeing someone named Palette. There’s only you, I swear!

JustJames

LMAO =0D

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There has been a sudden development to do with Stuff. If all goes well, I might dare telling you what it is soon.

This otherwise very good tea has been moved to the Consider This First shelf. There’s nothing wrong with it. It just gets forgotten a lot for some reason.

Ellyn

Good luck with Stuff!

Angrboda

Thank you. Right now every possible outcome that I can think of is a little bit scary. O.o

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