Blackcurrant Ice


Price: $6.49
Item Number: R1221
Organic Status: Organic Certified
Caffeine Status: Contains Caffeine
Description:

Blackcurrant Ice combines robust organic black tea with the essence of blackcurrant. Each package contains a total of 8 one-quart brew bags.


Taste:

Davidson's Blackcurrant Ice is a full-bodied black tea brew with a sweet, fruity finish.


Origin:



       Davidson's organic black tea is sourced from family tea farms in the Darjeeling and Assam regions of India. During a past visit, Davidson's co-owner, Kunall Patel, took a tour of one of the expansive, hilly farms and took this snapshot of the landscape.

Ingredients:

Organic black tea, organic blackberry leaf, natural flavor and dried blueberry.


Brewing:


  1. Bring fresh water to a boil.
  2. Add one brew bag to one quart of water in a heat-proof container.
  3. Allow the brew bag to steep for 3-5 minutes.
  4. Remove and strain the brew bag.
  5. Allow infusion to cool to room temperature.
  6. Serve over ice or chill in a refrigerator.
  7. Note: Discard unused iced tea after 48 hours.

Proportions:


  • 1 brew bag to 1 quart of water (serves 4 people)
  • 4 brew bags to 1 gallon of water (serves 16 people)
  • Note: For each additional gallon, add another 4 brew bags.

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Product Reviews

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Not for me
Molly Mentzel (Manassas, VA) 4/10/2024 5:42 AM
I'm a long standing Davidson's Tea fan and I was excited to see these new Ice Teas come out. I really love the Raspberry Ice. However, this Blackcurrant Ice just doesn't do it for me. I was expecting more of a sweetness to the flavor, but instead it was a shocking first sip that tastes very earthy. I drank about half a glass because I was really trying to pinpoint what I was tasting. Alas, it's just not tasty to me, nor refreshing. I will say that I do not like sugar or milk in any teas (real or artificial) so I don't know how it would taste with sugar.