The company I purchased this tea from was sadly short-lived but I’m not too surprised – we’re more of a Tim Hortons coffee-type city than anything resembling cultured. They did have some interesting blends while they were active though, among them several flavoured pu’erh blends.
The pu’erh base in this one is fairly mild and gentle with a nice, rich peaty flavour. As you might guess from the title mint is the main flavour component but the vanilla gives the tea a creamy sweetness and the cinnamon gives it a hint of warm spice. It all works very nicely together and it makes me wish I’d thought to grab more of the company’s flavoured pu’erhs while I had the chance.