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Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Pepper, Black Tea, Cassia, Flavors, Orange Peel, Star Anise Bits, Vanilla
Flavors
Cinnamon, Citrus, Honey, Lemon, Lime, Smooth, Spices, Sweet, Vanilla
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Caffeine
High
Certification
Vegan
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 g 12 oz / 350 ml

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  • “French Friday! Randomly pulled this one from the French tea bag of happiness from Dustin! Thanks Dustin! The dry tea smells just like cola! I love cola teas so that is promising. Brewed 2.5g for 3...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent day 14, Oh La La. I can’t find any info for this tea on Theodor’s website. It is a black base that they suggest steeping at a lower temperature. I can see various spices like anise stars in...” Read full tasting note

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This Chinese black tea’s notes are going to surprise all palates with their originality and their intensity. Flavors of fruits, orange, lemon are released from its long black leaves, accompanied by spicy notes reminding you of cinnamon, vanilla, and particularly the flavors you like to rediscover during Christmas season, such as mulled wine.

This black tea that you will enjoy savoring throughout the year, will be even more appreciated during winter time, with year’s end celebrations approaching, when the mood is filled with flavors and colors.

For lovers of spicy tea, a very light infusion of this tea will be enough in order to bring out flavors of cinnamon, clove and citrus fruits, with this greedy side that you like to savor through Christmas teas.

For those rather looking for more intense notes and less fruity, the tea leaves will have to be brewed a little longer. The flavors of spices and mulled wine will then remain more present in your mouth, offering a structured and balanced tea.

Through the dark and amber-colored water, you will appreciate its top notes of candied fruits, and savor little by little spicier flavors in middle notes, reminding you of cinnamon and clove. These greedy flavors will leave in your mouth the real feeling of tasting mulled wine.

With its mellow and wide texture in your mouth, your taste buds are going to take great pleasure in savoring this flavored black tea with notes of mulled wine and spices on any occasion, in order to allow yourself some Christmas flavors before it is time.

MAJOR NOTES: Mulled wine, spices

INGREDIENTS: Black tea (Origin: China), Cassia, Star Anise, Orange peels, Vanilla, Pepper from Brazil, Flavors (Punch, Lemon, Yoghurt).

INFUSION TIME: 4 to 5 minutes
TEMPERATURE: 185 °F (85°C)

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French Friday! Randomly pulled this one from the French tea bag of happiness from Dustin! Thanks Dustin!

The dry tea smells just like cola! I love cola teas so that is promising. Brewed 2.5g for 3 minutes in 350ml 205F water. The brewed tea smells even stronger of cola; trying to break it down, it’s a generic spice note (perhaps a little sweet cinnamon forward?) and a citrusy note (smells like lemon-lime).

The tea is smooth and sweet; I get a citrusy note that tastes most closely to lime to me, but rather than having a tart or biting quality a very sweet flavor is left after the sip, like honey or vanilla. Midsip and lingering after the sip is a soft, sweet spice note, warming but not spicy. Mostly I get a sweet cinnamon note; the anise is not coming through with a licorice taste, for those worried about that.

This is described as “mulled wine” by THEODOR but I’m not getting that at all! It’s entirely warm, uncarbonated cola to me, which is one of my favorite flavors in tea. Probably my favorite I’ve had so far!

Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus, Honey, Lemon, Lime, Smooth, Spices, Sweet, Vanilla

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 g 12 OZ / 350 ML

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Advent day 14, Oh La La. I can’t find any info for this tea on Theodor’s website. It is a black base that they suggest steeping at a lower temperature. I can see various spices like anise stars in it. It smells and tastes like it has a hint of cranberry with those spices. It smells very festive and is an interesting blend with a unique taste. The serving of this is extremely generous (they sell sets of teas together in 4 wedge shaped bottles and this tea came in one of those bottles), so I have plenty of chances to get better acquainted with it. Suggested steeping temp is lower than most blacks for this.

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Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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