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From Adagio Teas - Discontinued

Premium black tea from China flavored with a spoonful of island rum. An intoxicating treat, delectable both hot and cold. If you like Amaretto or Bourbon tea and have yet to try gourmet rum tea, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its superior taste. Indulge your taste buds. Give the Rum Tea a try.

Ingredients: Black tea, natural rum flavor

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55 tasting notes

It’s taken me awhile to appreciate this tea. The rum flavor is not at all strong, which is a shame. After drinking nearly a full cannister, I think that maybe I can taste the rum. That might be a figment of my imagination, though. A solid mild, non-offensive tea.

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It’s been a while since I actually tasted rum, but I wouldn’t say this tea tastes of it. Instead, the flavor is a light black tea with a slight flavor note that almost seems like a berry. It’s very mild, a good basic tea. Steep it for five minutes and mix in some milk and sugar for a tasty treat.

If, like me, you often forget to take your leaves out don’t despair – this tea has a slightly astringent quality when over-steeped but it isn’t unpleasantly bitter. Oddly, the word I would use to describe the aftertaste of over-steeped Rum Tea is ‘chewy’, but anyway. I often over-steep my tea so I’m always on the look out for blends that won’t be ruined if I do, and this is one of them.

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911 tasting notes

Don’t know how “rum” it tasted but was nice and mild. Enjoyable.

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