Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Blackberry Leaves, Cinnamon, Cloves, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Licorice Root, Raspberry Leaves, Rose Hips
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 7 min, 30 sec 34 oz / 1000 ml

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  • “Kitchen clean-out. This caffeine-free herbal tea hails from Missoula, MT, a region of the US that I really enjoy. I once wrote a real-life characterization about White2Tea’s Old Bear Fangcha —...” Read full tasting note
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  • “We were excited to taste a locally made huckleberry tea. I had it hot, and enjoyed the taste. Then I looked to the ingredient list and there are no huckleberries in this tea. What? So I emailed the...” Read full tasting note
  • “I have been drinking this tea for several years. I first bought it at the “Beyond Necessity” gift shop in Anaconda, MT. It is absolutely delicious. It is wonderful hot or iced. I would hate to...” Read full tasting note
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Kitchen clean-out. This caffeine-free herbal tea hails from Missoula, MT, a region of the US that I really enjoy. I once wrote a real-life characterization about White2Tea’s Old Bear Fangcha — Missoula is where my Old Bear taught me how to shoot clay pigeons. Apparently we wandered off US Forest Service land onto a cow ranchers’s property to find a good spot to shoot pigeons. The rancher was so chill about it. Add a group of friends, plenty of whisky, wood chopping, fire-cooked meals and a handful of growlers full of beer from Bozone. Geez.

Yeah, this tea comes from Missoula and it’s called Mountain Huckleberry. As a previous reviewer mentioned, there ain’t no damn huckleberry in this tea. So kinda miffed about that but overall it’s an excellent blend of hibiscus, cinnamon, lemongrass, rosehips, blackberry and raspberry leaf, clove and licorice root and the ever-mysterious ‘extract.’ The brew isn’t magenta, it’s actually rather beautiful in this glass teapot (4 bags to a liter). Taste is a mix of rosehip-light hibiscus, berry and some nice tempering going on with the cinnamon and cloves. No noticeable sweetness from the licorice root. The body is mostly reminiscent of a rosehip tea. Chuggable.

Overall, I’ll be sad when we sip down this lone remaining bag but the tea’s not so great that I’d seek it out again. Unless I find myself in Missoula.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 34 OZ / 1000 ML

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We were excited to taste a locally made huckleberry tea. I had it hot, and enjoyed the taste. Then I looked to the ingredient list and there are no huckleberries in this tea. What? So I emailed the company to ask why, no response. I emailed again a few months later…still no response. Yikes! Will not be buying from this company again, bummer!

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I have been drinking this tea for several years. I first bought it at the “Beyond Necessity” gift shop in Anaconda, MT. It is absolutely delicious. It is wonderful hot or iced. I would hate to be without it in my cupboard. Not only does it taste great, when it is brewing it perfumes the house with the most amazing fragrance.
Connie

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 45 sec

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