Very warm aroma after opening the bag, with caramel, hazelnuts, vanilla, cream and a bit of chocolate.
And all of this is present after steeping, giving a very warming, autumnal and wintry impression.
The taste is full-bodied, malty, velvet, slightly sweet, full of caramel and hazelnut notes. Fortunately they remain in relative balance, so although it’s obvious that the tea is flavoured, they aren’t intrusive. Papaya is only barely noticeable, but I don’t mind, because the rest of ingredients makes this tee a great brew when it’s cold outside.
Yes, the period from November til February is when my inner sweet tea tooth is the happiest. :)

Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Cream, Hazelnut, Malt, Vanilla

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 4 g 10 OZ / 300 ML

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I drink tea almost all the time.

However, my tea drinking can be divided into two main categories.

1. I work a lot at my computer and when I work, I need to always have tea at hand. That’s when I drink bag varieties, mostly black blends, often corporate ones. They need to be at least drinkable, of course, but I don’t focus on the taste much, though I don’t go below a certain level…

2. When I read (and read a lot) or when I’m just relaxing, I savor tea. That’s when the better varieties come into play, that’s when I use leafs instead of bags, that’s when I really focus on what I’m drinking.

I’m Polish, temporarily living in Copenhagen, Denmark.



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