Black Bear Blackberry Tea
- 8 grams makes 3-4 cups
- 25 grams makes 10-15 cups
- 50 grams makes 20-25 cups
- 100 grams makes 45-50 cups
- 1 pound loose makes 180-200 cups
Hibiscus, orange peel, rosehips, and raisins are blended for a tangy, ruby red herbal infusion. A touch of sweetener brings out the sweet berry notes. This blend is great hot or iced!
Hibiscus, orange peel, raisins, rosehips, natural blackberry flavor, chicory root, licorice root
3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit
Cups to Grams
- Variant: 100 g loose
- SKU: 113622
This tea is great hot or cold! I most often brew it cold and I drink it daily. It is flavor-forward and naturally tart/sweet.
Excellent tea! The flavor is wonderful. I mix it with Double Bergamot Earl Gray tea for brewed ice tea. You need to try it.
I'm having a cup of the Black bear blackberry tea as I write this review. I can only drink herbal teas so I don't have a lot of choices, and being disabled I don't have money to throw away on things so I was very leery of buying on line. I am very happy I took the chance on this. This is a fruity tea that does not leave any bitter after taste. It is good hot or lukewarm can't wait to try it cold. I will most definitely be buying black bear blackberry tea again. And I dare any one to say that name 5 times fast ( not sure it can be done slow).
I really do make the very best coffee! To coax the flavor of a precious Hawaiian Kona peaberry coffee, I purchased an adjustable grinder. I began to use my 50+ year-old French Press coffee maker again, and got one for a friend. She loved it! The instructions that came with her new French press suggested brewing tea with it. I did and I was so impressed! With almost-boiling water (Brita filtered), my precious French Press Stash tea is heavenly smooth with no trace of bitterness -- just a refined humming in my cup . . . with just a hint of sugar, even better than before . . . my own personal tea ceremony.
I'm a multi-repeater -- love this very berry lift. So will you!
I did not realize that this was an herbal tea when I ordered it. :( I prefer black or oolong usually but I tried to sample this with an open mind. I believe that it is a nice blend with a fresh, tangy flavor. I don't think the raisins are a boost to the flavor profile but then again - what do I know? :)