Cranberry & Raspberry Loose Tea

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Cranberry & Raspberry Loose Tea

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Item No. MSTR315044
£9.00 - £14.50

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    • Loose Tea Pouch, 100g
      £9.00
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      £14.50

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  • Description
    Tangy cranberries and raucous red raspberries make for a rather fabulous fruity tea with a boisterous berry bite. Blending pieces of real fruit with a base of fine black tea, the result is rich yet refreshing, with a sweet, juicy finish. We love to drink it as a jubilant brew for the height of summer, delicately iced with delicious chopped fruit.
  • Ingredients

    Black Tea, Flavourings, 4% Cranberry Pieces (sugar, cranberry, rice powder, sunflower oil), 1% Raspberry Pieces

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TEA TYPE

Black Tea

TASTE PROFILE

Juicy red raspberries with a cranberry tang

FOOD PAIRING

Try with mince pies for a wintery extravaganza

Numerology

NO.

621

It may be a myth, but the name for cranberries is attributed to the Europeans who first settled on the East Coast of America. Originally referred to as "crane-berries", the blossom of the small, bitter red fruits was thought to resemble the head and bill of a crane. Cranberry sauce is a key component of Thanksgiving, first celebrated in 1621, so we’ve given this tea the number 621…

Brew the Perfect cup

Teaspoons (2 grams)

1

1 cup

200ml water

100 degrees

time

3-5 mins

Origin: Blended

Ever since our founder Walter Whittard weighed out tea leaves behind his high mahogany counter, we've been experimenting with our own inventive blends. Today you'll find extraordinary creativity in our collection, from unique twists on classics like English Breakfast to more inventive blends laden with fruit and flowers.

Black Tea

Fully oxidised for a rich, robust flavour, black tea is the most popular type of tea in the western world – and for good reason. Its full body and depth of flavour make many black teas ideal for drinking with a splash of milk, while more delicate varieties like Darjeeling express a huge range of complex characteristics.