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Black Currant gained notoriety in 1712 for its beneficial properties, which were published by the Abbot Bailly inferring that Black Currant was indeed an aphrodisiac and should be consumed with great care. On a hot summer day Black Currant quenches one’s thirst very well. Black currant tea.

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        Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
        It's worth it!We traveled across the country and came to dine at a place in Oklahoma, called Picasso's. It had the best iced tea I have ever had. I asked the waiter and he said it was black currant tea. When we arrived in Virginia, I was shocked to find that no one sold it! My very last hope was this little stand at the Virginia Medieval Fair, called "Tea Time Teas." I figured, why not? And they had it! Took it home, and it was fantastic! When I ran out, I ordered some off of Amazon for slightly cheaper (thinking it would save me money). WRONG! It tasted horrible! These guys are the real deal. It may be slightly more expensive, but it's a little mom and pop shop. It's totally worth it. I will never go anywhere else for my tea needs and look forward to seeing them again next year :) Written by Alexis on Wed 2 Aug 2017 4:13:26 PM GMT
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