Pecan Praline Black Tea

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Black Tea
Black Tea, Cinnamon Chips, Natural Flavours
Bourbon, Caramel, Pecan, Sweet
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Edit tea info Last updated by Lexie Aleah
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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A truly wondrous take on a classic dessert, this tea is a mix of spicy cinnamon chips and the warm, satisfying flavors of toasted pecans and creamy caramel.

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This treat from Michelle makes a nice little lunch dessert on a back-to-work Monday. It’s spot on with pecan scent, but maybe a little more bourbon than burnt sugar on the praline part. (I’ve never had pralines with bourbon, but the recipe-verse says its possible.) At any rate, it’s tasty and I’m thankful!


Glad you enjoyed it! I have more in my cupboard due to Mayas Black Friday sale!


Drinking boozy tea at work makes me feel kinda illicit ;)


You are SO WILD, gmathis!

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This was a bag I sipped down pretty quickly the first time I got it from Maya, and I just got another large bag from their sale. I can brew this twice, but anything past 2 minutes on the first steep will allow the bitterness to creep in. I can overleaf this tea to get a nice strong morning brew, and with only two minutes, the pecan and bourbony caramel comes through. The harsh base is still there, but I don’t mind a bit of bite in my morning tea. The second steep for 5 minutes is nicely praline and disappears from my cup quickly. I will say this tea does probably smell better than it tastes, but I’ll enjoy the whole bag :)

Flavors: Bourbon, Caramel, Pecan, Sweet

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I love a good pecan tea and this one is pretty solid. Not my favorite of the pecan teas I’ve tried, but still pretty good.

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Advent Tea Day:3 from Michelle
I remember this one tasting quite buttery and nutty. The black tea base had a little bit of a bite to it and was a tad astringent. I have enough for another cup and will write a more in-depth note later. Next time I’ll try a 2-minute steep instead. I enjoyed it. It was a fun one to try as I don’t recall ever having had a praline tea before. Praline fudge was something I enjoyed growing up when we would go on family trips though. It was my grandmother’s favorite fudge flavor. I might have to try making some fudge flavors for Christmas other than the classic chocolate walnut this year.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Peanut butter fudge … I get all melty thinking about it!

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