drank Samovar by Kobuk
2 tasting notes

This was the tea that got me into drinking tea. It is rich with orange, clove, and cinnamon. It’s great for a palate that likes sweet as well as savory flavors because they are both there and compliment each other greatly. I moved away from Alaska in the last year and haven’t been able to find anything close to this tea. The closest is a generic market spice…but it isn’t anywhere near the same. I’m having a friend send me some in a care package and am seriously considering ordering it online…the shipping prices would be worth it.

Can’t recommend this tea enough. It is bu far my favorite and it is what I compare all other teas to. As my palate developed with this tea I have been able to expand into others. If you are a person who generally doesn’t like to drink tea straight up, you should try this one. I hated tea before I found this one, now I am all over the place….though this one still holds my heart.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove, Orange

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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For the longest time I absolutely could not stand the taste of tea or coffee. I always said that it tasted like muddy hot water. That was until I discovered a tea made by a local coffee and tea company in Anchorage, Alaska (where I lived at the time.) It was rich and flavorful and I absolutely couldn’t get enough of it and as time went by my palate matured and now I find myself in a new city and trying to explore new teas. It’s like an adventure in flavor and I can’t wait to really get it going.

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