Caramel Popcorn

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Black Tea
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Boiling 2 min, 45 sec 13 oz / 375 ml

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  • “Sipdown! One of the shared teas between Kittenna, Raritea and I. I figure since they were easy sipdowns, i should at least try to get those down tonight since i haven’t managed very many sipdowns,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Had this one last weekend, it was technically the last tea that I had in my old apartment but it wasn’t necessarily selected as such. I had it with a plate of mini scones while reading Febuary’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Hot, this does really well in a travel mug! I had it in a regular mug awhile back and it was just ok. No need to add sugar. I wanted to experiment and with a dollop of milk it just gets more...” Read full tasting note
  • “Brewed aroma has a sticky sweet note- reminiscent of caramel popcorn. The black tea base is very weak and has bitter notes. I enjoy the flavouring but it would be better paired with a higher...” Read full tasting note
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From T by Daniel

Circus lights, clowns and acrobats perform,
ferris wheels, candies, and caramel popcorn.
Relax and Escape to memories of the carnival with this toasty black tea that helps relieves stress and is rich in antioxidants. Crunch away!

Tea Origin: Sri Lanka
Premium Ingredients: Black tea, walnut pieces, apple pieces, almond pieces, rose petals, flavour

Caffeine Level- Med to High

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10598 tasting notes

Sipdown! One of the shared teas between Kittenna, Raritea and I. I figure since they were easy sipdowns, i should at least try to get those down tonight since i haven’t managed very many sipdowns, and word on the street is that there will be a package here soonish. This one smelled pretty darn good when we were looking at it. Sadly, upon brewing it, it’s sort of a weirdly black, sort of caramel ISH kinda tea that doesn’t really make me think of popcorn OR caramel. How sad…

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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9107 tasting notes

Had this one last weekend, it was technically the last tea that I had in my old apartment but it wasn’t necessarily selected as such. I had it with a plate of mini scones while reading Febuary’s ‘Book of the Month’ (part of my goal of reading a book a month this year), which is Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman…

The tea was paired with the scones – which were almond cranberry with maple syrup. This tea, despite the name, has always been more of a sweet almond so I knew it would compliment those scone flavours perfectly. Truly it was delicious; the scones were sweet and nutty with those nutty elements and a little pop of acidity. The tea was malty and rich, with hints of almond and a baked bread note. Very dense and decadent but sometimes you just want/need comfort like that!

It was a good farewell to the apartment.

ashmanra

How sweet!

ashmanra

Whoops! That was supposed to go on the review for Zhen Wu!

AJRimmer

I love that I have a job now where I get an hour break every day, so in the six months that I’ve had this job, I’ve read more books than in the past several years! I hope you find lots of joy in working toward your goal (:

tea-sipper

Since you’re reading Gaiman and I know you like graphic novels, you should try the Neverwhere graphic novel. (It’s where I got my avatar.)

Roswell Strange

I actually have the Neverwhere book set aside for my March book! However, if I like the book I’ll definitely add the graphic novel to my normal graphic novel reading. I definitely read A LOT more than one graphic novel a month, but I’m working on focusing monthly on a physical/proper novel since I realized that between all my graphic novels I’ve not read a proper book cover to cover in almost a year (prior to January).

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1759 tasting notes

Hot, this does really well in a travel mug! I had it in a regular mug awhile back and it was just ok.
No need to add sugar. I wanted to experiment and with a dollop of milk it just gets more buttery. Damn. If the remaining cups are like this I may consider grabbing more one day

Also today was a very long day. I was in the office before 7am. We had a work event. But because there was maybe a third of the people around, the place was cold. I spent most of my day drinking coffee and tea in a lame attempt to stay warm. It didn’t work very well. I’m still cold. Brrrr.

Anyhow. I’m feeling pretty antisocial. The introvert in me is hissing at everyone for no reason

Evol Ving Ness

I’ve been cold for close to 24 hours now. My feet are like ice despite the heat on high and being covered by a throw.

Indigobloom

yup. I’m still cold. Under two blankets and warm jammies. Getting there…

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807 tasting notes

Brewed aroma has a sticky sweet note- reminiscent of caramel popcorn.

The black tea base is very weak and has bitter notes. I enjoy the flavouring but it would be better paired with a higher quality black tea or, as Kittenna mentioned, an oolong. The sticky sweet aroma translates to the flavour as a caramel. Unplesant aftertaste, likely from the “flavour” ingredient.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 13 OZ / 375 ML

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4643 tasting notes

This tea I actually enjoy enough to try and drink up my share before it’s passed on to Raritea. A bit sweet and popcorny, it’s decent enough. Nothing much else to say!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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