I oversteeped my first cup but immediately noticed that while the bouquet of blueberry (I would describe it as blueberry pie) is strong, the flavor of the black tea was mild and clean. The blueberry did not overpower the tea even though the scent was strong to the very last sip, indeed to the tiniest drop left in the cup. This tea is an enjoyable change of pace for someone who typically drinks Irish breakfast tea in the morning and Earl Grey in the evening…day in and day out. The aftertaste is surprisingly pleasant: not at all bitter and somewhat mood enhancing in and of itself.

Flavors: Blueberry, Lemon Zest, Sugarcane

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 45 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I’ve recently returned home to NY after decades of living out West and in the South where people only drink tea iced with enough sugar to put a rhino in a coma. I drink my tea without milk or sugar, same as my coffee, because I want to taste it. Irish Breakfast (Barry’s please!) and Earl Grey are my daily cups and I’m always happy to try creative, custom blends and am lucky to have high quality tea shops nearby.


Upstate NY

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