The smell of this tea really blew me away. It truly does smell like a buttery rum. I tried it without milk or sugar, and the smell was enough to keep me happy, even though the taste didn’t really taste like it smelled. However, when I added just the tiniest bit of cream and sugar, it really morphed into something different, and only then did it live up to its name. Creamy texture and sweet vanilla/coconut/butterscotch flavours were amplified tenfold. It really is one of my faves for the upcoming Fall season.

Flavors: Butterscotch, Coconut, Rum, Vanilla

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 200 OZ / 5914 ML

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Just another tea fanatic looking to further expand my tea horizons and for some fun interaction with other tea fanatics.

I like most teas except for those with peppermint and licorice in them. My preference lies with all types of black and green teas.

My cupboard isn’t complete. I have tons of other flavours that aren’t in the database from special tea places in the Netherlands. Mostly dessert teas. :)

As you can tell, my tea loves lie mostly in Twinings and Harney & Sons teas. I have tried many other brands but I always keep going back to these. I guess after drinking for tea for so long, you learn what you like and what you don’t. I LOVE these two tea companies!


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