Where To Buy: Praise Tea
Sencha green tea delicately flavored with delicate rosebuds, fresh cranberries and sweet raspberries. An enchanting rhythm of flavors.
I love the look of this dry mix as well as the aroma both dry and post infusion! I think it’s just Beautiful!
I will saw when I first start getting into flavored teas I wasn’t NOT a fan of floral teas but they have grown on me. I think way-back-when I was basing the floral taste on lavender and jasmine. I think Rose is probably one of the ones I do enjoy most times. Which is ironic because I am not much of a flower-person outside of tea either. I mean yeah, I like them, appreciate them, and take photographs of them, but I am not one of those girlie-girls that just NEED flowers, ya know!? This Cranberry Rose Tea from Praise Tea intrigued me!
As for Cranberries…I LOVE THEM! Again – my history with cranberries is a bit “odd” since I was led to believe the only thing cranberries were used for was cranberry sauce. I’m not really a fan of Cranberry Sauce but since have found all sorts of things to do with Cranberries. My favorite is to put dried cranberries in salads! Easy-enough, eh!? I have found I really enjoy Cranberry-Flavored Tea…but the tea actually HAS to have cranberries IN it! Lucky for me…Praise Tea’s Cranberry Rose DOES! Nice, large, plump cranberries! YUM!
The green tea has a very ‘clean’ green tea taste. The Cranberry is the flavor that pops thru the most of the 3 flavors. Then there is the raspberry! It comes in 2nd and seems to tone down the natural bitter cranberry flavor…they meet in the middle nicely. The rose is hanging out in the background and gives it just enough floral hints that make everything come full circle. This is very unique and creative and I think it’s just terrific! I must say I really like the addition of the Raspberry as well! Lovely!
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