This is unlike any other tea I’ve had before. It smells like delicious cinnamon spice! The first thing that hits you is how sweet it is, followed by spice, cinnamon and clove flavors. Then there is the kick of chili pepper. It was a little too much for me and I only got a tiny hint of that orange. It’s definitely a nice tea for warming up on cool days, but easily over-steeped. I made it much too strong the first time around and couldn’t finish my mug. For a green tea, it’s very wintery and spicy, but a bit too potent for my taste.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Orange Zest, Spicy

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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I love drinking tea! I like to start my day off with a nice black tea (even better if it goes well with some milk and sugar), followed by a green or oolong tea after lunch and a nice fruit infusion in the afternoon. I am obsessed with DavidsTEA, and only use their tea presses (hot and cold) and mugs when I can.

Since I live in Europe now, I have to depend on family and friends to send me care packages with DavidsTEA goodies. Locally, I enjoy Tee Gschwendner, TeeKontor, Die Tee-Passage, Tete a Tete, and Palais des Thés.



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