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
I was a fan of the republic of Tea's Blackberry Sage tea until the local Wegman's quit carrying the small cannisters and have been looking for a comparable one. This tea is nothing like my previous favorite--it's BETTER! Naturally sweet on it's own, (Which Republic's Blackberry Sage is not.) you can make it as sweet as you want depending on the sweetener you use and how much you put in. One sweet'n low packet in my 12 oz. mug makes it a delightful dessert tea and a bit of honey turns it into a wonderful tea to sip on a stormy day while reading or just plain enjoying the weather. I will be ordering this again!
Excellent tea! The flavor is wonderful. I mix it with Double Bergamot Earl Gray tea for brewed ice tea. You need to try it.
Rich fruity wine like tasting tea. Robust deep color when brewed 4min
The best tea of the world
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.