Blackberry & Blueberry

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Blackberry, Dried Blueberries, Flavouring, Hibiscus Flowers, Licorice Root, Raspberry
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by gmathis
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  • “Due to the hibiscus in the mix, I couldn’t detect anything specifically blackberry-y or blueberry-y when I had a cup of this; however, it wasn’t too tart to be enjoyable. Just fruity with a little...” Read full tasting note

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Due to the hibiscus in the mix, I couldn’t detect anything specifically blackberry-y or blueberry-y when I had a cup of this; however, it wasn’t too tart to be enjoyable. Just fruity with a little tang. I plan to use the rest of my little box when it’s iced tea season.

ashmanra

Sounds like a plan! Hibby is best iced and sweet to me!

gmathis

I have a curriculum writing project on the docket about a missionary surgeon in Ghana. She says that in those parts, hibiscus tea is very common, often laced with lime juice, spices, and hot pepper. Further research ahead, but I can just see me steeping a batch and daring a bunch of 11-year-olds to taste it!

ashmanra

Hmm, the hot pepper throws me off!

gmathis

Unfortnately, our missionary interviewee didn’t provide an actual recipe, and my first dig didn’t unearth anything. Will keep at it.

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