Blackberry Hazelnut

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Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Organic, Vegan
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  • “Rooibos is tricky for me since it can be a little too dry and woodsy for my taste. Here, it’s not bad. It works with the hazelnut, which I pick up more on than the blackberry, which lends a berry...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I had this one tonight. I still like it. I think I’ll leave it at the top of the pile so I can easily access it again. It snowed today. :( The bursitis is still paining me. The seat cushion iwth...” Read full tasting note
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Tea of the Week for November 20, 2017!

My inspiration behind this week’s tea of the week is the Great Pacific Northwest. Two flavors that we’re known for up here are blackberry and hazelnut – so I decided to showcase them with a naturally nutty tasting, organic blend of honeybush and rooibos. Then I added lots of freeze-dried blackberries and hazelnut essence – as well as some sunflower seeds to give a nutty appearance to the dry leaf – and just a hint of salt to accent the hazelnut flavor – without adding tree-nuts (this is absolutely tree-nut free/allergen free!)

Toasty hazelnut flavor. Sweet blackberry with a slightly tart finish. The base offers just a hint of honey-like sweetness. A tasty tribute to my home!

ingredients: roasted & salted sunflower seeds

organic ingredients: honeybush, rooibos, blackberries & natural flavors

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Rooibos is tricky for me since it can be a little too dry and woodsy for my taste. Here, it’s not bad. It works with the hazelnut, which I pick up more on than the blackberry, which lends a berry sweetness to the mix. It smells more blackberry-ish than it tastes. Actually, after adding the half and half especially, the scent reminds me of raspberry truffles.

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I had this one tonight. I still like it. I think I’ll leave it at the top of the pile so I can easily access it again. It snowed today. :(

The bursitis is still paining me. The seat cushion iwth the cut outs for my sit bones arrive. I think it helps, but I get sore from that too after a while. Per the docs instructions, I have gone from frozen peas on my butt to sitting on a heating pad. The heating pad seems to help a lot. trange, I thought the cold would be better. Any way, I’m still here, still drinking tea, and stil lwhining.

tea-sipper

Oh gosh, I wish the snow would stop for you already. :/

ashmanra

I wonder if alternating heat and cold would help? Are there any recommended exercises? My physical therapist says “motion is lotion!” Something like hula dance motions maybe? Praying your tush feels better!

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