Flavored Black Tea
We don't use just regular blackberries, but instead go for wild organic blackberries! Why go wild? They're smaller and harder to harvest, but pack a much sweeter punch than the bloated commercial grade blackberries. We wanted maximum sweetness to pair up with hand cut white sage. The result? A sweet start with a mild kick of spice.
About This Tea
Black tea, Blackberry leaves, Cornflower, Mallow petals, Natural flavors
Sweet, deep berry with spicy sage finish
Bright with coppery orange highlights
Country of Origin
Sri Lanka, USA
This tea is great iced! Learn how at our Brewing Guide
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This tea is utterly delicious- hot OR iced! It has a soft blackberry taste with a kick of sage at the end of each taste. I am ordering another large bag of it in case it’s only a summer blend- I don’t want to be without it!
This is not a typical flavor for tea (that I've seen, anyway) so I had to try it and I'm so glad I did. This flavor combination is just delicious!! I'm a huge fan of blackberries but something about pairing it with the sage just takes it over the top and makes it into an elixir-Magic in a cup!
I am a blackberry fan! You add the words blackberry and I will buy it. This is a great tea the blackberry is subtle and the sage is very mild. I am not a sage fan, so I had reservations. I really enjoy this tea.
This tea got me hooked on Whistling Kettle. I was in Ballston Spa as a visitor and my friend took me there. I brought some of the blackberry sage tea home and was immediately hooked after the first taste. It's delicious with honey.
I thought that the sage might be overpowering in this tea, since its a strong spice. I was very happy to find a perfect balance between the berry, black tea, and sage tastes in this tea. Two thumbs up!