Tea For Wisdom - An enchanting blend of black tea, fruit and herbs. Finest quality Indian leaves mingle with sweet, fragrant blackberries and cool, soothing white sage. The mild, head-clearing character of the white sage herb contributes to a wise tea mind.
Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes.
Fine decaffeinated black tea, natural blackberry flavor and sage
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
February 14, 2013
When a side effect from a new prescription made my vision dramatically blur nothing helped for six weeks until I had two delicious cups of decaff blackberry sage. Within half an hour my vision began to clear. My eye doctor was astounded. I am grateful.
love this tea
January 24, 2013
lake tahoe, NV
I particularly love the decaf version of this tea. It never leaves a bitter aftertaste, and it has a sweet aroma, but isn't overly sweet to drink. Highly recommend it after dinner!
January 20, 2013
Like the blackberry flavor. No decaf aftertaste.
Unique and delicous
December 05, 2012
I really enjoy this tea. It has a very unique flavor, it's fruity with an herb flair.
Superb blend of flavors: Blackberry + Sage
November 10, 2012
Redwood City, CA
I am a major tea lover and this one is a winner. It is an exceptionally enjoyable, tasty and delightfully aromatic tea. The tea blenders at Republic of Tea completely nailed the balance of flavors and aromas in this blend of Blackberry and Sage with black tea. You can taste the quality and that it was made with great care and skill. I thoroughly enjoy this tea both in its regular version as well as this decaf version. My experience has been that most decaf versions of black teas suffer by comparison to their regular versions, but this one is an exception. It's hard to explain the little something extra that happens when you drink this tea--but it does have a noticeable positive, centering, mind-focusing effect on me. Maybe there really is something to the ancient belief that sage augments wisdom.