Don’t Gimme No Bammer Tea

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Black Tea
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Flavors
Bittersweet, Caramel, Coffee, Malt, Nutty
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “Note: I may have oversteeped/made a strong cuppa, thought it instructed a 5 min steep but was actually a 3 min. Preparation: Western Tasting notes: Smells strongly sweet toffee and caramel fresh...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is supposed to be a toffee chestnut tea, but all I can think of is pecans. Freshly dropped from the tree pecans. There is a burnt toffee flavor in the background that gives it a pecan pie...” Read full tasting note

From Hella Tea

Black Tea

Caffeine Level: Hella High

Steep at 212° for 3 minutes

Inspired By: RBL Posse

Ingredients: Black Tea, Toffee Flavor, and Natural Chestnut Flavor

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Note: I may have oversteeped/made a strong cuppa, thought it instructed a 5 min steep but was actually a 3 min.

Preparation: Western

Tasting notes:
Smells strongly sweet toffee and caramel fresh out of the bag. Probably means the ingredients are still pretty fresh which is nice. :)

The tea base has a maltiness to it like the Irish Stout I had the other day. The Toffee was a burnt caramel taste and there was some sweetness to the tea.

I ended up adding full fat oatly to the tea and it is really great now. (Hopeful next time I can have a lighter version to get a better tasting note without additions.) The bittersweetness of this tea is able to withstand the oat milk and the dark caramel notes really shine. It reminds me of a latte (coffee) with caramel sauce.

Flavors: Bittersweet, Caramel, Coffee, Malt, Nutty

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

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This is supposed to be a toffee chestnut tea, but all I can think of is pecans. Freshly dropped from the tree pecans. There is a burnt toffee flavor in the background that gives it a pecan pie flavor to it and it’s nice. I bet adding a little sugar to it would make that impression even more solid. It has a nice depth to the flavors that gets a little bitter when it cools, but it’s not bad. So far I’m pretty impressed with this brand based on the two teas I’ve tried.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 45 sec
Skysamurai

Having a fresh pecan sounds interesting!

CrowKettle

That sounds pretty good! Don’t think I’ve ever had fresh pecans :)

Dustin

They are the best! I used to think I hated pecans until I lived in a house with one in the yard and finally got to try them right out of the shell. They are delicious and sweet. I guess I had only had pecans that had gone rancid and bitter before.

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