Brambleberry Black Tea Bags

$11.75 - Refill - 36Tea Bags #44052

Temporarily Out of Stock. Next available on: 11/16/2018

This bold yet smooth premium black tea is perfectly coupled with a handful of summer fruit � blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. A touch of sweetness to this cup will bring out the full, ripe flavor.


Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

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 if using a tea bag or full-leaf.


Fine black tea, natural berry flavors, blackberry, raspberry, strawberry and blueberry bits



Country of Origin

India, Africa, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia

Citizen Reviews
  • 5 Star

Mom tested, kid approved!

5 Stars Mom tested, kid approved!

from MN on wrote:

One of my favorite teas and my kiddos also give it 2 thumbs up! PLEASE also offer it in a tin or be able to purchase one separately!

Makes very nice ice tea

5 Stars Makes very nice ice tea

from IN on wrote:

When this arrived yesterday I immediately made a pitcher of ice tea. Using a Mr Coffee tea machine, I used 7 tea bags to 2 quarts of water and steeped the brew for 4 minutes. (I use the same proportions to make Cranberry Blood Orange ice tea.) Not too strong, not too sweet, pleasant black tea flavor with fruit notes. Refreshing. My only complaint is the lack of a tin. I realize this is no longer being sold as a Downton Abbey limited edition, I realize that buying the bulk bag "reduced excess packaging - no tins...", but I needed to repurpose one of my Cranberry Blood Orange tins to store the tea bags. One of these days I will want that tin back when I buy a bulk bag of that tea. Republic of Tea: if you do not intend to make a tin specifically for this tea (or any other tea which is only available in a bulk bag), make a generic tin and offer it at a nominal price. I believe there is a generic tin available in the large display tins; use that as an idea.

Two thumbs up if you like berries

5 Stars Two thumbs up if you like berries

from CO on wrote:

Wonderfully smooth tea with just the right berry flavor... not too heavy or too light. And since we’re reviewing the tea and not the packaging, I give it high marks. This was formerly a Downton Abbey Tea... Bates’ Brambleberry Tea. I believe when it was under its previous name, it had many wonderful reviews. This is one of my favorite TROT teas.

Smooth Berry Flavor

5 Stars Smooth Berry Flavor

from MS on wrote:

This is one of my all time favorites! I love the blackberry, rasberry and assorted berry flavor. It makes me think spring time! It isn't too tart but has a natural sweet and smooth flavor.

So happy to see brambleberry tea!

5 Stars So happy to see brambleberry tea!

from CA on wrote:

I bought it as Downton Abbey tea and used it for special occasions. Now I can replenish my supply