Flavouring quality blended black teas has been a tradition dating back centuries although flavoured teas really caught on in the 1970’s, Heady times.
The smell and taste of this tea is quite subtle giving the faintest hint of wild cherry scent, once brewed the cherry flavour comes through but in a very pleasantly understated way. This is a fine blend of Chinese and Indian loose leaves teas and even without the flavouring makes for an enjoyable cuppa. I don’t take milk in my tea, but I suspect that this would be quite pleasant with a small splash of cold milk. Equally a slice of orange or lemon would be a fine addition.
I used boiling water and steeped for five minutes, adapt this advice to suit your personal preferences.