Cinnamon Pear

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  • “Sipped on this one near the end of my work day today. This is the kind of tea that I feel like I want to enjoy more than I actually do. Firstly, both the cinnamon and the pear are present and the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sample from VariaTEA. This one was pretty tasty. Not as “pear” like as i want it to be but still a good solid tea. I’d need to see about other things this company does but would consider picking...” Read full tasting note
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  • “C is for…Cinnamon Pear Sneaking this in right under the wire. I decided to go for one more “C” tea and this has also become a quick favorite. Oddly enough it seems to be a free sample that Three 6...” Read full tasting note
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Sipped on this one near the end of my work day today.

This is the kind of tea that I feel like I want to enjoy more than I actually do. Firstly, both the cinnamon and the pear are present and the combination of the tea is very pleasant with a good sweet/spicy balance that reminds me a little of baked or poached pear. The pear leans every so slightly dewy and floral, but it’s just bright and juicy so it works! The big thing is the hibiscus. It’s not aggressively tart or offensive but it does just feel really out of place, and the combo of cinnamon and hibiscus really makes my brain automatically go to mulled wine or DT’s infamous holiday blend Sleigh Ride. Very wintery/cold weather and seasonally bucketed. Instead I wish there was just much more pear overall. No hibiscus. I’d even take apple over the hibiscus.

So could be better and could also be worse. Maybe I would enjoy more in the latter half of the year…

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Sample from VariaTEA. This one was pretty tasty. Not as “pear” like as i want it to be but still a good solid tea. I’d need to see about other things this company does but would consider picking up a little more of this in the future – though more in the fall than other months.

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C is for…Cinnamon Pear

Sneaking this in right under the wire. I decided to go for one more “C” tea and this has also become a quick favorite. Oddly enough it seems to be a free sample that Three 6 Tea threw in with the many matchas Roswell Strange bought me for the holidays. So thank you Roswell Strange for sending this one my way – I sent you a sample in the box and am hoping you enjoy it like I have since you are definitely a pear tea lover!

Anyways, this cup is heavier on cinnamon than usual but still has the underlying note of sweet pear. It is almost candy-like in how sweet it is. Super soft as well which contrasts nicely with the more rigid cinnamon top note. Warm and comforting but sweet and tasty.

Also, I think these past two days of “B” and “C” teas has spoiled me because I had a lot of good options. I don’t have quite as many “D” teas – i.e. I did not have a good “D” tea to cold brew for the morning – so we shall see how tomorrow goes…

Kittenna

Hahaha – similar to you, I am lacking in D teas but have crazy amounts of B and C. The only D I found quickly was David’s Chai… definitely need to do some poking around tonight otherwise my backup plan is to just drink a bunch from Dessert by Deb. Haha.

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