Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Berries
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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From McQuarries Tea & Coffee Merchants

The fresh spring like taste of strawberry and rhubarb is refined with the tart note of currants.

Origin: blended in Germany.

Ingredients: apple bits, elderberries, beetroot bits, hibiscus, blackberries, black currants, flavour, raspberries, blackberry leaves, strawberry bits, red currants.

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Thank you Roswell Strange for this tasty fruit blend! It seems thin at first but the berry flavor comes through so nicely and the hibiscus gives it a bit of tart fullness to round out the sip. I was worried the hibby would be too strong but luckily it is quite nice in the blend. Delicious :)

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So, I’ve spent most of the day drinking good tea and eating delicious food which I’ve mentioned in some tasting notes today; a wonderful, lazy Monday. On top of that, since House is on Netflix now, I’ve been rewatching my favourite season (Season 4 – with the “Intern/Fellowship” Competition). It’d be pretty perfect if it weren’t for the mild, continuous tooth/gum pain. I think I need to go down some more Aspirin…

But anyway, now I’m drinking this as a cold brew! It’s been steeping in the fridge since I got up; so close to ten hours, but now it’s been strained and man is this refreshing. It’s a little more tart than it was the first time around (but it also had a longer steep time for the hibiscus to stew in), but still overall nice and mellow full of plump, juicy berry flavour! I feel like this is going to be gone before I know it.

Add in a touch of sugar, and you’d never know this wasn’t some new, “Berry Kool-Aid” type drink. It also perfectly contrasts the cheese/pineapple Quesadilla that I’m dipping into some red wine infused pasta sauce. Mmm!

CK

That quesadilla sounds really good!

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