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Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
Flavors
Berry, Black Currant, Cocoa, Cranberry, Drying, Hibiscus, Raspberry
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From Renegade Tea Estate

This is a very lightly oxidized spring black tea. It has a soft and smooth taste where you can feel hints of berries – red currant, raspberries and hibiscus. A fresh and fruity black tea, no sharp edges.

This tea reminds us of those summers at the homestead, with an infusion made of raspberry and hibiscus. Beverage as sweet as those memories that from time to time sneak into your mind with a summer breeze…
NB! Tea will be ready for shipping in the second part of June 2021!

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2020 Backlog:

Lighter malt in comparison to the Evening Lilac, but more punchy with flavor. Berry Breeze won my heart over the Evening Lilac catching me by surprise. Their notes" red currant, raspberries and hibiscus. A fresh and fruity black tea, no sharp edges." are spot on despite it being a forgiving tea. It has a little bit of cocoa nib dryness to it that’s kinda nice in contrast to it’s juicy body. I haven’t iced this yet, so I can’t say if it tastes like a hibiscus iced tea.

Like it a lot Western, need to experiment gong fu and grandpa.

Flavors: Berry, Black Currant, Cocoa, Cranberry, Drying, Hibiscus, Raspberry

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