On its own, this is a sweet, lightly spiced tea with a light creaminess to it created by the melting marshmallows (and unlike many things that contain mini marshmallows, the ones in this tea are actually soft and squishy, not “Lucky Charms” stale/chalky! Yay!). But I don’t get “toasted” marshmallow from it.

So what do I do to remedy it? Why, add a bit of Lapsang Souchong of course!

I use a 3 to 1 ratio of Toasted Marshmallow to Laspang Souchong, adding the Laspsang about 2 minutes into the brew time, and it’s EXACTLY what I needed to get the toasted flavour I craved!

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I’m a tea addict. Oolong, Pu’ehr, and Lapsang Souchong are my favourites. I share tea with my pony, Java (Competes under the name “Bear With Me”). I’m pretty sure I’m the only person ever to buy matcha JUST for their horse, haha!

I’m on the hunt for the PERFECT peach tea. Something juicy that screams “I am PEACH!” when you take a sip. Ideally a Green, White, Oolong, or Yellow base (I find peach black teas to be too much tannin not enough peachy goodness). Suggestions are appreciated!

Bear with me (haha) while I update my cupboard. I recently did a huge reorganization and my cupboard is no longer accurate.


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