English Fruits

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Black Fruit Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jason
Average preparation
Boiling 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Sipdown 127/395 Okay so this is a bit of an atypical one. For a start, I am like 80% sure I wrote a tasting note on this tea a couple of years ago when I had a big tub of it. Not only is that not...” Read full tasting note
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From Whittard of Chelsea

A flavor of the traditional English Fruits straight from the Orchard. Flavours of Apple, Strawberries and other English Fruits will leave you wanting more. Fabulously fruity flavor with a well-balanced warmth.

Cane Sugar, Citric Acid, Black Tea Extract (1.4%) & Natural Flavouring.

This instant tea is suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians.
Produced in a factory that handles Cereals containing Gluten, Milk and Soya. The factory is designated a nut free site. However, we cannot guarantee that the raw materials entering site are nut free.

Mix three rounded teaspoons (approx 20g) per 200ml of hot or cold water, or according to taste. Stir well. Can be drunk hot or cold. Tub contains 25 servings. Dissolve in hot water for better results, when making them both hot and cold.

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Okay so this is a bit of an atypical one. For a start, I am like 80% sure I wrote a tasting note on this tea a couple of years ago when I had a big tub of it. Not only is that not showing up, but the tasting note section is entirely blank, yet it says ‘10 tasting notes’ at the top of the page. When I click the shortcut to view the 10 tasting notes, it just takes me right back to the bottom of the page where it states that there are no notes on this tea as of yet. Super bizarre… Another thing is that this is an instant tea. High in sugar, and sure it contains black tea, but it’s dehydrated and granulated and not exactly what most people think of when they hear ‘tea’. Still, that’s what it’s called and it does – at least in my mind – qualify as tea enough to be written up on Steepster. It’s pretty tasty! Don’t judge me, guys. So here’s the thing; I had a lovely day trip to Durham today with my boyfriend and his mam. It was lovely but freezing, and on the way back we stopped into a pub and I had a glass of mulled wine. It got me into the Christmas spirit and warmed me up, and when I got back home I wanted a similar drink to keep up my internal warm fuzzies, but I also wanted tea. So here we are. It fits the bill. The sugar is enough to temper the tart fruits, but not overpowering and there is some sourness which I don’t mind. I don’t know that I can pick out the individual fruit flavours – I probably would have just said ‘berry’, but the box says apple and strawberry. It’s nice!

Preparation
Boiling 3 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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