Raspberry Cordial

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Apple, Bilberries, Flavor, Hibiscus, Raspberries, Rose Hips, Strawberry
Hibiscus, Raspberry, Red Wine, Savory
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Caffeine Free
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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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A late summer blend for sharing stories with your bosom friend over fruit cake and cherry preserves. Made of raspberries, strawberries, citrus peel and tart hibiscus with flavours of lemon and berries. Wonderful hot or sweetened over ice.

Blenders Notes: Growing up in Canada one becomes quite familiar with the Stories of Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables. One of the more memorable scenes is when Anne is allowed to have Diana over for tea and raspberry cordial, but of course serves her wine by mistake. This blend is what I imagine what the girls would have been drinking, should Anne have chosen the correct bottle of Marilla’s Raspberry Cordial. Bright red and juicy and perfect for late summer evenings!

Ingredients: apples, hibiscus, rose hips, bilberries, raspberries, strawberries, amaranth, flavour.

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Been taking a Lead Internal Auditor course this week for an ISO standard for med devices and it goes until next week. It is so much more work than I thought it would be. I feel like I am in college again but it is condensed into two weeks. :P I am so rusty.

Anyways I have been trying a lot of samples this week without really having time to write up a tasting note.

Preparation: Western
Tasting Note: This one was pretty good, I don’t think it was too tart and it was really rich like a blended red wine or fruit wine. I didn’t add any sugar to my cup. If I ran out of my current supply of hibiscus tea, I think I would get some of this again. I think that it was a good red fruit blend, the different fruits weren’t overpowered by hibiscus but the savoriness of the hibiscus came out a little bit in the background which was interesting. I think this is one of the better hibiscus blends I have come across.

Flavors: Hibiscus, Raspberry, Red Wine, Savory

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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2020 Advent Calendar from The Tea Girl – Day 4

I opened the little tin of Day 4 before noon yesterday, as I like to see if there is caffeine. Huzzah – this one was a herbal! And man it smelled yummy! Very raspberry, fruity, yum. A Friday tea indeed! After the fruit peach bomb of my morning matcha, this felt like it would follow nicely.

I found this surprisingly enjoyable. I am so leery of hibiscus in teas lol…I believe I steeped this one for 3 minutes as I was worried it’d get that horrible metallic taste from my friend hibiscus. Surprisingly it did not! It was super berry tasting, pretty sweet – felt like it’d be amazing blended with some fresh lemonade…maybe add some gin…:D might try that on the weekend with this one!

A definite summer tea type blend, not one I’d reach for much in the winter, but in summer yes. I imagine it’s great iced! Will finish off my sample of it indeed!

PS – I am so pleased with this advent calendar so far – it’s been fun, as I’ve had to add pretty much every tea to the Steepster database for it so far! Spreading tea love to the masses :D Also, the entire calendar is inherently nut free – as someone with an allergy, for this to be clearly stated right on the front, I very much appreciate it! Happy with this local to me company, and highly recommend you check them out online if you are not in Edmonton!


I was perusing their site the other day after your previous tea note and have a whole cart XD, but also :| haha.


@ Courtney yess! I will probably be reordering from them after I go through all the samples :D


They really have some amazing sounding teas. Have you tried Tea Hippie? It’s in Cochrane, but I also have a cart for them haha!


@ Courtney – I haven’t tried them but will definitely check them out! Love supporting AB companies during this time, and new tea is always exciting :D

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