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decaf raspberry

decaf raspberry

Crisp decaf Ceylon tea with playful raspberry. Candy-like aroma, jammy flavor, tangy dry finish, not too 'cheeky.' A gentle, natural decaffeination process retains the delicate shape and flavor of the tea leaves.

Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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decaf raspberry teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

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15 full leaf pyramids
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ingredients & lore

blended with decaf ceylon tea, natural raspberry flavor, raspberries and raspberry leaves
The genus Raspberry consists of over 200 distinct species, however, only two of these are presently cultivated. The first mention of raspberry comes from the people of Troy (Helen perhaps?), located in modern-day Turkey. Its original name was 'ida,' a reference to the mountain on which it was first spotted. The medicinal properties believed to cluster in its leaves was of more interest to its early users than the sweet, red fruit. Today, you can find red raspberries, as well as black, purple and golden.
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A handmade work of Chinese art, with a tradition going back thousands of years. This pot is made from rare zi sha clay (purple sand), which is found only in the city of Yixing, in Jiangsu province. These often elaborate and whimsical pots are traditionally used for gongfu steeping, where tea is served in small cups over the course of many very short infusions. Ideal teas for this are oolongs and puerhs, although some black teas will be quite love... read more...
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