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Black Fruit Blend
Ashwagandha, Berries, Black Tea, Cocoa, Natural Flavours, Organic Schizandra Berry
Berry, Candy, Chocolate, Herbs, Malt, Silky, Smooth
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Organic Kagoshima Black Tea, Organic Schizandra Berry, Organic Ashwagandha, Organic Aronia Berry, Natural Cocoa Flavor Extract

Perfect black tea, a perfect berry, 2 perfect adaptogens, and some pretty perfect chocolate.

Inspired by our resident Virgos, this blend is dreamy, creamy, and perfectly balanced for rich and indulgent sips of cocoa and berries. Beyond delicious on its own, or over ice with a splash of cream.

I surround myself with Virgos and am often praised for how much “I” get done. Well, it’s the brilliance, sharp intellect and pure love of my beloved Virgos who I can credit for my joy and success here at Magic Hour. While creating this blend, I had a group of muses. Thomas who has worked with me for 20 years, and who nurtures our Magic Hour customers with his golden heart. Bailey who process your orders and handwrites every note from you to those you love…the list goes on and on, and all I know about this sign is a deep bow of gratitude is due. Virgos, you are the reason the world goes around.

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1707 tasting notes

One cup away from a sipdown. There are times that I actually like this one more than the Aquarius blend, but I’m an easy sell for berry flavors and tootsie roll/cocoa flavors in my black tea. I got cravings for this one, then proceeded to buy more Japanese black that does not have the same qualities that I like in this one…even though I don’t drink black tea at the rate I buy it, unlike my friend oolong. Man am I feeling dumb right now. My problem is I want to try more tea, but there’s only some I want to keep around. I know it’s a common issue on this site, hence it’s community, but damn.


I think nearly everyone here probably nodded as they read this. Here I am working on sipdowns with baskets and shelves staring at me accusing, and I am contemplating ordering a Ruby White that will need to be gong fu’d and there is a whole gong fu basket waiting already…

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