Blueberry Pie

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From Lemon Lily

Blueberry Pie is everything you expect it to be. Lightly sweet with real plump blueberries. Excellent as a tea and even better as a tea latte. Steeps a beautiful purplish blue.

Ingredients: Organic Black Tea, Organic Blueberries, Organic Elderberry, Organic Currants, Organic Butterfly Pea Flower, Organic Hibiscus

Organic & All Natural

Steeping Guide:
Amount: 3g /1½ teaspoons
Temperature: 200°F
Steeping Time: 4 to 6 minutes

Caffeine: Yes, moderate

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Lemon Lily is a company that I’ve kind of had in my peripherals now for a few years, but no one has ever recommended them to me and I haven’t seen enough reviews to spark an order. They were at the festival though and I got to smell a bunch of their teas, so I decided to give them a shot and try the one that smelled best to me (this one) and the one that they identified as a best seller; review on that one at a later date…

We all know I’m a simple bitch who loves a blueberry blend, but I think the things that caught my attention with this one in particular was that is smelled shockingly sweet and juicy for an organic blend. In general, organic blends tends to have more “mellow” flavours because of the restrictions in organic compliant flavouring – among other factors that only add to the problem. The other thing I found interesting was the inclusion of butterfly pea flower. Not for the colour it adds to a blend (which makes sense thematically for a blueberry tea) but because they’re also so notoriously hard to source in organic…

I steeped up a mug last night, and I actually thought it was pretty dang good! I know I got some butterfly pea flower in the leaf I measured out, but I didn’t really see a significant impact in my steeped colour. Not that I particularly care, personally. The taste was nice. Definitely on the sweeter side, and not nearly as bright as I’d expected given the intensity and freshness of the aroma – but certainly not lacking in flavour.

It’s hard for any blueberry black tea to beat out Blueberry Jam, which is a DT blend that I just love but this would be a pretty suitable back up for me if I ever found myself in the highly unlikely situation where that tea was no longer available to me.

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