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Honey, Malt, Maple Syrup
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From Winterwoods Tea Company

A rich black tea, Bee Wrangler offers organic and fair-trade certified black tea infused with maple extract and organic bee pollen. Deep, rich and slightly sweet with a honey-like flavor, this blend was inspired by hikes on Oregon’s South Sister mountain and the beautiful wildflower meadows that dot the terrain there. Preparation Use 1 level teaspoon per 6-8 oz. water. Heat water to almost boiling. Steep for 3-5 minutes. About • Made With Only 100% Organic, Fair Trade Ingredients • Handcrafted in Spokane, Washington • Artisan Blend From Winterwoods Tea Company • Blended by Hand in Small Batches • Black Tea • Loose Leaf Blend • Gluten Free/Vegan • 2 Ounces Makes 25-30 Cups of Tea

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This is a really good tea, the honey flavor is done so well and not at overwhelming like I was concerned it would be. I don’t drink it very often because the texture of the pollen in the tea is a bit uncomfortable for my mouth and throat, but adding a dab of honey and a splash of milk makes it much much easier for me to drink.
The black tea is smooth and malty, which is an excellent pairing for the honey.

Flavors: Honey, Malt, Maple Syrup

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I got this tea, along with several others, a year or so ago as part of a Kickstarter thing.
When I first opened it, it had an alcoholic aroma, which is pretty unappealing for me. Some of the other teas in this collection also had that vibe. So I let them sit for awhile, quite a while!

So now I’ve been sampling these teas, finally! The alcohol aroma is long gone, and the dry tea has a honey aroma that is pleasant enough. I brewed a cup, and it is a solid and bold black tea, a little on the bitter side, with a honeyish ambiance. I suspect that if I sweetened it, I’d like it even more, but as I’m not in the habit of sweetening my tea, I’ll pass.

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