I have to admit; I really love this tea. Usually, I’m not a big fan of teabags, but I had some of this left from a present last year and decided to give it a go. It has a strong raspberry smell when the package is torn open; a promising sign. I used two teabags for my teapot, and it seemed to be able to infuse into 24 ounces of water pretty well. The smell when it brews is a bit straw-y and I could smell the raspberry over the white tea. I added a tiny bit of sugar, since white teas are light, and so they shouldn’t need very much. It enhanced the raspberry flavor in a nice way. I could still taste the white tea, but it took a back seat to the raspberry. I liked it, and it’s not bad if that’s what you’re looking for.

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I’m a third-year senior studying linguistics and horticulture. In my free time, I like to enjoy a cup of tea with my friends. I’ve always loved tea, but now I’m starting to appreciate the culture. My favorite teas so far are oolong, white, green and rooibos.


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