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Raspberry’s tartness gives a refreshing aroma and taste.

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338 tasting notes

The description containing “tartness” startled me a bit before I tried this tea, but it turned out to be surprisingly yummy! Very lovely raspberry flavour which was sweet, fragrant, delightful… just anything but tart. Another proof of Lupicia’s expertise in tea flavouring. Because it tastes like raspberry in framboise chocolate truffles, I think it will make a great dessert tea, served along with petit fours. :)

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123 tasting notes

Pleasant, but not a particularly outstanding tea. The raspberry is light and fragrant, more of an afterthought on the tongue than in the liquor itself.

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333 tasting notes

This one was a disappointment. I’m on the lookout for a great raspberry tea – I’m more inclined toward a green or an oolong, but am open to black as well – and this is decidedly not it.

When I first opened the bag, the dry leaf had an aroma that was, if not quite raspberry, at least fruity. I’ve noticed that Lupicia’s fruit flavored black teas – not that I’ve tried very many – tend to smell more like fruit candy than like actual fruit, and this one was no exception.

Once brewed, though, the fruit candy was mostly gone, to be replaced by a scent and flavor not all that dissimilar to Lupicia’s Afternoon Blend (which is decent but unremarkable). I could not taste even the slightest hint of raspberry. I admit that I’m far from a super taster, but nonetheless I expected a bit more from this tea. As a plain black it’s passable, but for a tea that bills itself as raspberry-flavored it’s decidedly subpar.

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1759 tasting notes

I think this’d go nicely as a latte. Hmm. Not sure I have enough left for that. Maybe with almond milk?
Not the most flavourful Lupicia blend I’ve ever had but I don’t mind. Its tasty, if not clearly “raspberry”. I think I could pick out the berryness though. There is something delicate in there, adding a certain complexity that I find appealing. But… The base is a bit harsh for the flavouring, sadly.
To be honest, I’m enjoying it far more than I expected based on the reviews. Getting that tea high I so love now! I must have got the proportions and timing just right. Woot!


What are your favourite Lupicia teas anyway?


I think the pineapple was my fave, but to be honest I haven’t tried nearly as many as I’d like. Grapefruit was good too. And there was a caramel one I enjoyed

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6444 tasting notes

Another fruity tea that falls victim to Lupicia’s black base. I didn’t even really taste raspberry. Just base. On the plus side, finishing this up means I’m officially under 200. Yay!

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391 tasting notes

Pretty good raspberry tea. I like the aftertaste of raspberries, it’s nice. This would taste good iced too probably.

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