Date/Fig/Sesame Black tea

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From ESP Emporium

The magic of 1001 nights and the scents and flavors of an oriental bazaar have inspired this tea blend. Sweet and sticky sesame delicacies, stacks of candied dates, figs and sultanas, wonderfully decorated bowls filled with sugared almonds, precious vanilla – all this is reflected by the amazing optic of this creation. Combined with a mild black tea base, this fairy-tale-like, slightly mystic creation will cast its spell over you with its golden-red cup.
Black tea (66 %), date pieces (dates, rice flour), sultanas, planed almonds, freeze-dried fig pieces, flavoring, vanilla pieces
Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F
Brew Time: 4 to 5 Minutes

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I had to order a few of my favorites after what was essentially a 50% off sale if I kept my order around $20 ($10 off $20). I had been planning an order for just a few teas from them for a while now. Roasted almond! The sencha berry and Tiramisu blends I loved when I bought them from Tealux. And this one! I’m also very happy that ESP has changed their packaging to thick resealable pouches instead of the ones that just folded over. Now I don’t have to switch the pouches. On to the tea!
This one was an interesting blend. I’m always looking out for blends with figs and dates. I see plenty of fruit in the mix. The black tea is very light but showcases the flavors more. With the sesame, it becomes the most prominent flavor but makes it a unique and savory blend. Hints of fruit throughout. There are also almonds here but they don’t seem to add much to the flavor. There should also be vanilla here, but it wasn’t as noticeable as the other flavors. This is definitely nice to have in the cupboard for this unique flavor type!

Sipdowns: 1/26 Sample of Teavivre’s Lapsang I’m not selling (but still have the one I’m selling – it still counts though?)
1/27 thePuritea’s Hong Jing Luo
…but then I started slacking. none 1/28 or 1/29

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