Warm Bread Pudding

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Tea
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Flavors
Bread, Butter, Cinnamon, Cream, Milk, Rice Pudding, Spices, Vanilla
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From The Spice & Tea Exchange

Reminiscent of the iconic dessert, this rich and comforting black tea blend delivers fresh baked aromas of warming cinnamon and brown sugar with notes of lemon and vanilla. Cozy up with a full-flavored cup.

Ingredients
black tea, amber rock sugar, cinnamon, lemon peel, natural and artificial vanilla flavoring.

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9 Tasting Notes

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1891 tasting notes

The TTB has arrived! So big, so many teas… no chance to try them all!
Tea #37

I took this tea from the TTB; checked it visually and I put it back. Then I saw note from ashmanra, realised I saw it somewhere… and took it from the TTB again.

To try out.

I was also pretty sure I have seen it insome other note; maybe a little note about it in other tea note. I don’t remember such things. But decided to try it.

It is indeed a yummy tea. Wonderful aroma, even better taste. Warm notes of cinnamon, smooth creamy vanilla, it was like eating a vanilla pudding (custard) sprinkled with the cinnamon. Apparently bread pudding is something slighlty different.
Very cozy and highly enjoyable tea. A bit sweet.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
gmathis

Bread pudding (at least where I grew up) is very custardy: eggs, sugar, milk, and cinnamon poured over stale bread bits. Spice & Tea exchange throws some lemon peel in there, too, which makes me like it even more!

ashmanra

I love the smell of this tea!

Martin Bednář

Hm, it looks like Czech Buchtičky se šodo, but no cinnamon here!

The aroma is indeed truly amazing ashmanra!

gmathis

I am learning so much about Czech cooking from you!

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3316 tasting notes

After gmathis raved about this one, I sent a message to Superanna to look for it next time she goes to Spice and Tea. Since I was disappointed with the profile of our breakfast tea (a good tea, just not the profile I wanted for brekkie today) I was excited to make this one for lunch in celebration of our first really cool day. Even though it has warmed up to 69F there is still a little chill on the breeze and it is cool in the shade.

The aroma of this tea is fabulous. I see chunks of what looks like German amber beet sugar in the blend. Not enough to make it oversweet, though. The spices are just right. I hate it when there is a lot of clove or ginger, or way too much molasses flavor.

This smells lemony and yet rich but the sip is less lemony and more rain and warm but not hot spices.

Delicious, and a great tea to have on hand for fall and winter!

gmathis

Really nice with milk, too.

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New comfort tea unlocked

This blend is so cozy and warm, it tastes just like warm gooey bread pudding. I may need to grab more before the fall season even begins!

Flavors: Bread, Butter, Cinnamon, Cream, Milk, Rice Pudding, Spices, Vanilla

gmathis

Glad you’ve made the discovery! Ooh…I wonder what it would taste like around the holidays with a little eggnog…

thereadersteacup

Ooooh yum! That sounds so good! In our local Stewarts, they have eggnog all year in pints… maybe I should experiment

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TTB
I don’t mean to by a complainypants about the weather, but it’s rained every day for the past two weeks in a place where it typically rains twice a month. So I pulled this out of the box for a comfort cup this morning and got a nice warm cinnamon maple hug. I think this is just as good as Cuppa Geek Morning Waffles and I might need some of this in my cupboard. Thanks for putting it in the box!

ashmanra

This sounds really tasty!

gmathis

Oh, yeah! Spice & Tea Exchange is very, very proud ($) of their product, but I grab some of this every time I’m near their Branson storefront.

thereadersteacup

It’s so good! I wish it wasn’t so pricey, I can see myself drinking it super fast

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2938 tasting notes

Good morning. It was nice to wake up with the sun for a change instead of an hour before it. (That said, I hate time changes. By 6:00, husband and I will be ready to chuck it in!)

So since I have the grace of a little extra time this morning, I’m using it to enjoy my Spice and Tea Exchange splurge—I snagged a four ounce bag of Warm Bread Pudding to sweeten the winter months.

Nothing new to say about it; you can easily pick out the mild lemon and a distinctly raisin-y vibe, especially with a little milk. I suppose the vanilla is supposed to substitute for the bread—nothing tastes especially yeasty. But it’s a lovely, dessert-y rocking chair treat. (Some teas need a little back-and-forth motion to be fully appreciated.)

Michelle

I change time zones all the time, but it’s something unnatural about the sun setting an hour earlier or later that makes daylight savings time a miserable invention.

AJRimmer

Ha it just meant I woke up at 10 AM instead of 11 AM…

Martin Bednář

While we changed the time a week before you, I feel you! This year it hit me hard!

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