Blood Orange Butterscotch Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Artificial, Green Beans, Malt, Smooth
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Definitely did not get the butterscotch here that I wanted, but I need to try it again because I don’t know if I was great with the infusion time. My first impression was so-so.

Cameron B.

I didn’t get butterscotch or blood orange from this one, unfortunately. :|

Evol Ving Ness

What flavours do you guys get from this one?

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Over the few cups I had, I just couldn’t get this one to work for me.

I can smell a hint of something butterscotch-caramelly, and I can see the blood orange pieces, but I can’t taste much of anything. It sort of tastes like “flavoring” to me, and a decent black base. I don’t get anything remotely resembling butterscotch or citrus…

I’m perplexed, did this maybe need to settle longer before I drank it? But I think it was from a couple of months ago, so that doesn’t seem right… :(

Flavors: Artificial, Green Beans, Malt, Smooth

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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12131 tasting notes

Sipped on this one while working from home this afternoon…

I find the idea of this flavour combination really bizarre, and that’s definitely in large part what attracted me to the tea in the first place. The dry leaf aroma doesn’t really work for me; I smell both the buttery sweetness and a more mellow orange note but they’re not overlapping in a pleasant way in my head,

Steeped up I tried to frame it in my brain as sort of like and orange or a grapefruit creme brulee because I think, in principle, that’s essentially the direction this flavour pairing is going – and that’s a familiar reference point as well as something I enjoy. It’s just not quite the same to me though, and so this first cup wasn’t an immediate hit. I will say, I got majority butterscotch-type flavour from the cup though and I think the fact that those blood orange notes were so subdued did help because I really can’t picture what those two flavours might be like in stronger levels.

Yeah… More cups needed here because I think there’s something very interesting happening, but my brain and palate need more time to process it.

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