Crème Brulee

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Black Tea
Ingredients
Ceylon Black Tea, Natural Flavours
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  • “A sipdown! (M: 17, Y: 17) “A buttery pastry” tea as described by Courtney is top-notch description of this tea. Sadly, it smells better than it tastes, but if you are looking for some flavour...” Read full tasting note
  • “2023 sipdown no. 113 Steeped, this has a buttery pastry scent. I would say the scent is more enticing than the actual flavour, but it was still a very smooth cup that I enjoyed. Thanks Martin for...” Read full tasting note

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Lovaré Crème Brulee black tea brings not only an excellent taste, but also a feeling of delicious pleasure. High-quality Ceylon black tea forms a solid foundation, giving the drink a characteristic strong tasty structure. The admixture of lapachus in the proportion of 2% adds its specific aroma and a captivating woody tone to the mixture. The 1% orange blossom petals soften the overall profile and add a subtle floral touch. The natural flavor of crème brulee accentuates the drink’s sweet and creamy characteristics, forming an irresistible harmonious whole. This tea is like a taste journey into the world of delicious delicacies that invites you to relax and enjoy delightful moments.

Ingredients: Ceylon black tea, lapacho 2%, orange flower petals 1%, natural crème brulee flavor.

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A sipdown! (M: 17, Y: 17)
“A buttery pastry” tea as described by Courtney is top-notch description of this tea. Sadly, it smells better than it tastes, but if you are looking for some flavour profile descriptors, here are a few: buttery pastry, vanilla, brown sugar and creamy.

Prepared as a family pot tea — 2L / 2 pyramids steeped for 5 minutes.

Martin Bednář

And one note: this tea is best hot or lukewarm. Cold it’s not good.

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2023 sipdown no. 113

Steeped, this has a buttery pastry scent. I would say the scent is more enticing than the actual flavour, but it was still a very smooth cup that I enjoyed. Thanks Martin for sharing!

Martin Bednář

Definitely scent is much better than flavour, but still very nice. I haven’t wrote a note yet, as I haven’t been sure what I was tasting. But now, I know it is buttery pastry and those words I was missing.

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