Raspberry & Rosehip

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Raspberry, Rose Hips
Flavors
Raspberry, Rosehips, Sweet, Tart
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Chris Chamorro
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I started the day with another cup of this. The raspberry flavour reminds me of the bottled natural raspberry syrup from the deli that we would always have handy in my childhood to be used for...” Read full tasting note
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  • “GCTTB DAY 5 Drank this one for my morning tea at work today. The heat is actually working! Apparently it was broken again early morning, but seemed to be a quick fix today. At least it was warm by...” Read full tasting note
    90
  • “This has lost a ton of flavour. One of those teas I’ve started to suffer through because I must finish what I started darnit. Today though? Babying my headcold, I opted to indulge with a wallop of...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “How i got it: Got a bag in a trade with my sister, long time ago. Experience: Second tea of four of the “Magic Fruits” pack. This one has a smooth berries aroma, almost creamy, with the tea on the...” Read full tasting note
    75

From Basilur

A melange of pure Ceylon black tea together with natural Rosehip & Raspberry make the perfect healthy drink you could dream about. Best known for its high content of Vitamin C, Rosehip have been used for centuries.

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6 Tasting Notes

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928 tasting notes

I started the day with another cup of this. The raspberry flavour reminds me of the bottled natural raspberry syrup from the deli that we would always have handy in my childhood to be used for pancakes, french toast, or mixed with club soda for a refreshing chilled beverage.

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GCTTB DAY 5

Drank this one for my morning tea at work today. The heat is actually working! Apparently it was broken again early morning, but seemed to be a quick fix today. At least it was warm by the time I got in, thankfully!

This tea was a delightful surprise. Bold and smooth black tea base with a fragrant sweet raspberry note. There was a very slight herbal aroma/flavour that seemed quite familiar to me but I couldn’t put a finger on it. Not that it was bad, I really enjoyed it – I just couldn’t think of what it reminded me of. I couldn’t detect too much of the rosehips, the raspberries were the dominant aroma and flavour; however, the tea did a have a certain fresh fruitiness mixed in with the sweet creaminess of the raspberries that I really enjoyed. I think I found another keeper. :) I’ve tried two Basilur teas so far and loved both! It seems to be that I like the way certain companies blend and produce their teas. I’ve discovered I have a certain dislike for Mighty Leaf Teas, because for whatever reason none of their teas I’ve tried have really meshed with my personal tastes. So it’s refreshing to discover new companies that I really like for possible future shopping options!

Evol Ving Ness

Funny, I am the one who added both the Basilur and the MLTs to the box. I like both brands, but I find that they both require a different touch in steeping.

So glad that some are working for you.

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This has lost a ton of flavour. One of those teas I’ve started to suffer through because I must finish what I started darnit.
Today though? Babying my headcold, I opted to indulge with a wallop of honey and a few drops of milk. Oversteeped so any remaining berry flavour would peek through the additives. And it worked. I was quite pleased with the bready, pastry like result. I’ve never seen real baked bread notes in this tea. It must be my sinuses.
Now that cuppa is done, I’m sipping on a cup of boiled/redcuced ginger with more honey. It seems to be helping.
Didn’t pair very well with the cashews and pecans I had. But with my limited appetite and the fact they were right there, I thought it best to get as much protein as possible. Anyhow. I’m off to watch some Bull. An interesting premise for a show. and something I don’t need much brain power to follow haha

Evol Ving Ness

Hope you feel better soon. Hurray for good tea though.

Fjellrev

Oh no, I hope you feel better, Indigo!

Indigobloom

Thank you for the wellwishes xo

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How i got it: Got a bag in a trade with my sister, long time ago.

Experience: Second tea of four of the “Magic Fruits” pack. This one has a smooth berries aroma, almost creamy, with the tea on the background. Never had rosehip before, so I couldn’t identify it in the mix; probably it blends very well with the raspberry. On the other side, its taste reminded me almost immediately of La Teteria’s Berries Silvestres; the berries taking the main role over the tea. Very well-defined flavor, mild to strong intensity and good duration. As usual, nice job from Basilur.

Would i buy it?: Good possibilities

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