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raspberry

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3 gallon instruction
raspberry brewer
Pre-measured loose leaf pouches for your 3-gallon tea brewer. Simply open, pour into your 3-gallon brewer’s filter, and brew. A blend of crisp Ceylon black tea from Sri Lanka with sweetly tart red raspberry flavor. Very candy-like aroma, delicately tangy and jammy raspberry flavor. Rounded texture, balanced astringency and sweet, slightly dry finish. This fun, juicy cup is tangy without getting too 'cheeky.'

 
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Ingredients & Lore

blended with black tea, natural raspberry flavor, raspberries & raspberry leaves

Although indigenous to North America, Greeks, Romans, and travelers from Asia Minor brought the raspberry to the rest of the world. Today, the U.S. produces more than 70 million pounds per year with the Pacific Northwest producing the most. Raspberries were cultivated by George Washington on Mount Vernon, but it wasn’t until the 19th century that production took off throughout the country with more than 40 different varieties. Like other berries, the raspberry has been used for dyes and inks, and is most often eaten fresh or juiced, in jams and preserves, and baked goods from tarts to popovers.