Stockholm Blend

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Flowers, Orange Zest, Vanilla
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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 15 oz / 450 ml

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Black tea with orange peel, vanilla pieces, apricot flavour, safflowers, calendula blossoms, rose petals.

Stockholm is where this tea was first blended, and it is now one of the most popular teas in Sweden.

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Such a nice blend to have as an afternoon tea! I wouldn’t add milk, but maybe a little honey to it.

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109 tasting notes

The thing with flavoured teas which have different bits and pieces inside, is that the taste of each brew sometimes depends on how many vanilla pieces/dried apricot/orange zest/flowers you scoop up in each spoonful.
Yesterday, I made a point of picking out some of the fruit bits when I made my pot of Stockholm and by god, was it amazing. Light and flavourful, true happiness with each sip. Would make an excellent iced tea or even a lovely tea popsicle in hot weather.
Today, I just scooped it up without looking and the tea seemed a tad heavy on the safflower and calendula, which I’m not a huge fan of.
Overall, it’s still gorgeous and I can see why this is one of the Tea Centre’s most popular blends.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 15 OZ / 450 ML

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I poured one cup of this which had been steeped for 4 minutes. I agree with another reviewer – that it lacked body. The second cup had been steeped longer (about 6 minutes) and had more body. However I think it was the orange peel in the blend which I didn’t like – it had a tangy aftertaste.

Flavors: Flowers, Orange Zest, Vanilla

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5 tasting notes

I got this as my intro to the Tea Centre and I have to say, I’m very impressed! It’s very smooth and one flavour never really overpowers another. It was also sweet without being sickly and the sweetness complements the black tea. It could have been a bit stronger, but that’s just my personal preference (and I could try adding another minute to the steep). Plus both the leaves and the brew itself smell really good.

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89 tasting notes

I liked this tea, but felt that it lacked body. I loved the vanilla and apricot undertones – maybe I should have brewed it for longer…but I felt that it was warm, inviting and comforting.

I did have this tea black with honey, and still felt that it lacked solidity and structure, but I know it’s a very popular tea and with some tweaking could be a lovely blend.

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One of the few teas I’ve ever tasted that tastes as good as it smells. It’s sweet, refreshing, and quite strong – though I think the strength is partly due to the bouquet of delicious things in it. This is a tea to sink into and feel awesome when you’ve finished!

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