Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve
Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve

Northwest Blackberry Tips Reserve


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The second handcrafted herbal delight made with care and precision by Mr. Henger of Washington state. Applying teamaking techniques to native Pacific Northwest blackberry vine, he has transformed its flavor from earthy and herbaceous to an experience akin to eating French toast drenched in maple syrup. A true joy to drink and savor.

Loose leaf 0.7 ounce pack
Origin: Chehalis, Washington
Elevation: 250 Feet
Variety: Rubus ursinus
Teamaker: Balazs Henger
Harvest: May, 2021

Click here to learn more about this first-of-its-kind beverage that is truly unique, truly delicious, and truly Northwest.

Tasting Notes:

Lemongrass, whole wheat French toast, wild honeysuckle

283 in stock
Regular price $31.00 Save $-31.00
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What a delightful tea, unlike any other I have ever tried. The taste notes described above are spot on, though it also calls back childhood memories of the milky sweetness left behind by "Honeycombs" cereal. Simply delicious, every sip is bliss! I can hardly believe that the little blackberry leaf holds such treasure. I will need to stock up as I can imagine nothing more pleasant than a cup of this resplendent Blackberry ambrosia as the weather turns towards Fall. I cannot recommend this tea highly enough.


Spring harvested blackberry leaf

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Reserve No. 303: The third tea in our 3rd Reserve Series. Also, our second release from teamaker Balazs Henger.


For Western brewing, this tea can be brewed for single infusions using 2 grams of tea (or a big pinch, the leaves are quite large) per 8 ounces of 195 degree water and steeped for five minutes.

For gaiwan brewing, place 6 grams of tea leaves into 150 ml (5 ounce) gaiwan. Bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212 degrees). Fill your gaiwan to the top and let the leaves steep for 10-20 seconds. Set the strainer on top of the decanter and pour the tea out of the gaiwan with the lid slightly askew, without allowing the tea leaves to escape. Serve into small cups and repeat this process at least 4-5 times and notice how the tea leaves change in flavor over each infusion. Learn more about gaiwan service here