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Candy, Cinnamon, Smooth, Sweet, Thin, Watery
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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From Trader Nicks Tea Company

The perfect morning brew for starting the most magical day ever. Strong black tea blended with sweet orange with cinnamon and cloves.

Tasting Notes: cinnamon | clove | sweet orange

This full flavored black tea blend is a perfect way to start the most magical day ever. Strong black tea mixed with sweet orange peel, and perfectly spiced with cinnamon and cloves. The cinnamon and clove give this tea a naturally sweet flavor without needing to add much of anything else to truly enjoy it. Be sure to bring along some for yourself and your family and let it enhance your magical day!

Ingredients: black tea, Assam, cinnamon, cloves, orange peel, and flavor

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This tea smelled exactly like what I expected it to based on the website description. Really, really intense and sweet cinnamon and clove combo (more the cinnamon, though) with a hint of orange. Major Bigelow’s “Constant Comment” sort of vibe but also other teas like DT’s Orange Spice/The Spice is Right or Harney’s Hot Cinnamon…

Steeped it’s actually less sweet and aggresive than you’d expect given the dry aroma, but it is a verrrryyy bold and brisk cup of tea with really tannic, robust and malty black tea to go alongside a very commanding cinnamon note. Just a hint of orange, but nothing super bright or sweet – it compliments the cinnamon well though. A little drying, perhaps, both from the tea base and the clove – but that makes sense to me as it’s kind of positioned like you would drink this as a breakfast blend and those usually have a fair amount of astringency and overall body because they’re expected to be taken with milk and sugar. I’m sure both of those would taste excellent here.

Honestly I liked it a lot. It’s not the most unique blend out there by a long shot, but I much prefer a black tea base to the rooibos that I see this flavour profile often executed on because of the caffeine, and I will almost always opt for a loose tea over a bagged tea, like Constant Comment (though bagged is very convenient for travel). DT’s version of the profile is a green tea base, and y’all know how I feel about that. Though I guess DT also has Silent Night, but that’s much more orange forward.

Anyway, this one works for me!

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This one is a cinnamon candy style black tea, similar to Harney & Sons’ Hot Cinnamon Spice, but less intense and less sweet. Smooth black base with a Red Hots/Big Red gum sort of flavor.

It’s enjoyable, especially since I’ve been craving fall and brought out the autumn and Halloween mugs this past weekend. But it does taste a tiny bit weak, so I think I prefer some other renditions of this flavor profile because of that.

Flavors: Candy, Cinnamon, Smooth, Sweet, Thin, Watery

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

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