No. 6 Black Cap (RTD)

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  • “Sunday, my husband was overjoyed and all giddy that the Steelers won their game and were headed to the Superbowl, so it was the perfect time to ask him to take me to Steven Smith’s shop on Monday. ...” Read full tasting note
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Black Tea steeped in water that has been infused with blackberries – a process we call “fruitsmithing.”

Ingredients: filtered water infused with hand-picked blackberries, black teas from Ceylon & India, Raw Cane Sugar, Blackberry Juice, Natural Flavors & Lemon Juice.

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Sunday, my husband was overjoyed and all giddy that the Steelers won their game and were headed to the Superbowl, so it was the perfect time to ask him to take me to Steven Smith’s shop on Monday. I pretty much could have asked him for anything at that point, but, at the time, all I could think of is tea and visiting Smith’s shop.

I am so glad I went! I was able to procure some of the Rogue Whiskey Black tea, some chai and some of this! Yum yum yum! They have three different RTD teas, and Amy, the Tea specialist who assisted me was nice enough to give me a tasting of each one, and this is the one that I decided to take home with me based on that tasting.

Amy described the process of making these teas: First, the filtered water is infused with the fruit, and then, they use that infused fruit water to steep the tea. The sweetening is very light here, the fruit provides most of the sweetening to it. It’s really delicious, and the best – THE BEST – ready to drink tea I’ve ever tasted.

Unfortunately, it’s not available online, I don’t know if it can be purchased at other locations carrying Steven Smith’s tea. For those of you in the Portland area, though, I highly recommend stopping by Steven Smith’s and trying these!

TeaEqualsBliss

OooooooO! I haven’t had very many of their teas :(

LiberTEAS

This is an RTD so I can’t send you any of it!

ColumbiaKate

Ohmygoodness. When I went to the Fancy Food show on Feb 16, I was delighted to have the opportunity to meet Mr Smith and will be ordering some of his tea for the shop.
I got to smell some of the Whiskey Barrel tea, which unfortuantely they were not sampling, and it was incredible. I’ve tried the Peppermint, on which I will do a note and the Lord Bergamot. Both excellent.
The highlight of my meeting was brainstorming a tea blend I want to do. Mr Smith was most helpful.
We will definately be trying the infused fruit tea here. There is a blackberry bush growing right behind the Teahouse.

Kristen

Go Steelers!!!! Sorry I had too! On a side note that would have been the perfect time to ask him to order the Breville one touch ;)

LiberTEAS

@ColumbiaKate: the Lord Bergamot is one of my very favorite Earl Grey (neck and neck with Lupicia’s Earl Grey).

@Kristen: yes, but, I’m already going to get one with tax returns! So, I wanted to ask for something that he normally would not do. Normally when I ask if I can go to a tea shop, his response is “you don’t need any more tea!” LOL

Kristen

Funny my husband says the same thing LOL!

Michelle Butler Hallett

Mine, too. Of course, “need” doesn’t enter into it.

Geoffrey Norman

I somehow figured this would be your favorite of their RTDs. ;-P

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