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.
Black Tea | No caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
Our teabags contain the same high-quality tea as our loose-tea offerings. Their pyramid shape gives the leaves plenty of room to unfurl and infuse, placing more flavor in each cup. Enjoy the superior flavor of gourmet tea with the convenience of a disposable bag.
The etymology of the word “raspberry” is a little hard to pin down. Some say it may relate to “raspise,” a sweet wine from the Mid-15th century. Others say it is more closely related to a Germanic word for thicket. The word “rasp,” associated with rough or coarse qualities, might provide a further clue due to raspberries’ bumpy appearance. Of course, none of these relate to the term “blowing a raspberry,” a phrase which finds its origins in Cockney rhyming slang and wasn’t established until the 1800s.
Raw Honey for Black Teas
Layered character of this raw honey is an ideal sweetener for black teas, adding notes of spice and fruit.
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Questions and Answers
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Does this tea pair well with milk, or will it curdle it?
Asked by Kristen Okashi
on May 27th, 2018
I was wondering how to make iced tea with my favorite blends of loose tea. Should I make it double strength, then dilute with ice?