Raspberry Flavored Black Tea

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Black Tea
Black Tea, Blackberry Leaves, Natural Flavours, Raspberry, Rose Petals
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The Raspberry Flavored Black Tea blend from English Tea Store is a long time favorite and is best taken with a little sugar to accentuate the decadent raspberry flavor. Full of raspberry character, this naturally flavored black tea tea is also wonderful iced.

We use natural high grown Ceylon tea from estates at more than 5500 feet above sea level. We add natural flavor to give a clean true taste with no chemical aftertaste.

Cup Characteristics: The full raspberry character. Try adding a pinch of sugar to accentuate the flavor
Infusion: Bright and coppery
Ingredients: Black tea, Blackberry leaves, Rose petals, Raspberry pieces, and Natural flavors
Caffeine/Antioxidant Level: Medium/High
Grade(s): BOPF (Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings)
Manufacture Type(s): Orthodox (Traditional leafy)
Region: Nuwara Eliya + Dimbula + Uva
Growing Altitudes: 4000-8500 feet above sea level
Shipping Port(s): Colombo
Ingredients from: Sri Lanka

Brewing Instructions

Hot Tea Brewing Method: Use freshly drawn water. When water is re-boiled, or stands for a while, it loses oxygen which prevents the full flavor of the tea being released. Warm the pot first. This helps the brewing process by maintaining the brewing temperature for longer so to extract more flavor from the tea. Be sure to use boiling water to make the tea. Water which is “off the boil” does not allow the tea to brew properly. Ideal brewing temperature is 100° C/212° F. Minimum brewing temperature is 90° C/194° F. Brew for 3-5 minutes. Shorter times will not reveal the full flavor and the quality of the tea. Longer brewing will result in a bitter tasting tea as Tannin will start to be extracted from the tea leaves (If you brew in a cup brew for a much shorter time, 1 – 2 minutes). Stir the tea in the pot once or twice while it is brewing.

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