John Adams - American Revolution

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Herbal Pu-erh Blend
Assam Melody, Chocolate Flavor, Cocoa Nibs, Cornflower Petals, Lemongrass, Orange Flavoring, Orange Peels, Pu Erh Tea
Chocolate, Cream, Lemon, Mineral, Orange
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Sometimes known as obnoxious and unliked, John Adams was a smart and bold leader during the American Revolution. Not as fiery as his cousin, Sam, John always had good intentions even if his comments verged towards insulting or pushy. He still had quite a bit of heart under his grumpy exterior both for the cause of his new country and in his famous affection for his wife, Abigail. Malty assam melody gives this tea a stout body, coupled with sweet-sour lemongrass, and balanced with just a little smooth, chocolatey, pu erh chorange.

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This tea is an excellent blend of sweet and sour. In the bag the pu erh chorange is strong, but gets more subtle when blended, quietly adding to the overall weight and smoothness. The assam melody holds up as a strong base of delicious black tea, intertwined with the almost vanilla-lemon of the herbal lemongrass. The lemon is very fragrant, but the tea itself is definitely more assam in flavor. I take my tea black, but with added milk or sugar this could definitely become a more decadent bold blend. I tried this blend iced recently, and found it is best with some milk and ice cubes, like a faux late. Overall, I’d recommend it hot. Chocolate teas iced are a little off without some creaminess to pair with it.

Flavors: Chocolate, Cream, Lemon, Mineral, Orange

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