Blackberry Lavender Clafoutis

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Blackberry and blackcurrant make its Dessert by Deb debut in this classic French dessert: a French cake shoppe and patisserie isn’t complete without a dash of dark, juicy, and sweet cassis! And if we’re in Paris, what better pairing than with lavender for a rich, floral and fruity rooibos blend reminiscent of the classic, baked French dessert. We just want to stay in a lavender haze, non?

Ingredients: Rooibos, Natural Cassis Flavour, Elderberries*, Blueberry & Blackcurrant Pieces, Lavender*, Toasted Coconut*, Calendula Petals*, Mallow Petals (* = certified organic)

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 4-6 mins enjoy me with milk/as a latte!

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Finally got around to trying this tea out.

Honestly I’m not sure how I feel about it. It’s certainly lavender forward, but that’s a given when it comes to Deb’s lavender blends. They’re always quite a lot. The deeper jammy berry notes compliment the lavender really well though! It’s interesting that Deb’s calling this a blackberry tea when the flavouring is cassis (basically black currant) and there are no blackberries in the ingredient list otherwise. It definitely doesn’t taste like blackberry, either. Maybe blueberry.

I think I’d need to try it again to form a better opinion.

Side note – it steeps up such a peculiar colour. Kind of a swampy green. I guess that’s because the rooibos would have a more orange hue when steeped, but the berries and mallow blossoms would steep a dull blue…

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