Our new Black Cherry tea is an upgrade from our previous with softer rose notes, and a more defined fruitiness. We lightened up the Sri Lankan black tea base with the playful tanginess of rose hips, and the deep cherry sweetness is kept in balance with a touch of juicy, grounding blackberry. Still decadent but decidedly less syrupy, we invite you to try it anew. Iced, it is refreshing and delightful. Served hot, with a splash of cream, it is decadent and dreamy.
Black Tea | High caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
blended with black tea, rose hips, natural wild cherry flavor, cherries, natural blackberry flavor & rose petals
First grown in China 6,000 years ago, the earliest recorded commentary was in "History of Plants" by Greek author, Theophrastus, in 300 BCE. The Old Northern French word, cherise, and the Latin, cerasum, are the origins of the English word, cherry, for it was the lusty Henry VII who introduced them to Great Britain after first tasting them in Flanders. In New Netherland, a settlement in Brooklyn under Dutch rule in the early 1600s, the cherry first appeared in the U.S. and today, they’re grown in abundance in Michigan making us one of the world's top 10 producers.
Raw Honey for Black Teas
Layered character of this raw honey is an ideal sweetener for black teas, adding notes of spice and fruit.