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This tea is intereting to say the least. While I can taste the smokey bacon flavour it’s more subdued than it was in the Maple Bacon tea, though the taste lingers in the mouth for quite awhile. The chocolate is subtle, present more in the smell and as cocoa-y hints on the back on my tongue at the end of each sip. I’ll have to try the trick of adding a touch of salt, though I feel weird adding something like that to tea!

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Cofftea

I added a drizzle of caramel syrup and a tiny pinch of salt. Made this perfect. Which is odd since I don’t like the combo of chocolate and salt or caramel and salt.

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I added a drizzle of caramel syrup and a tiny pinch of salt. Made this perfect. Which is odd since I don’t like the combo of chocolate and salt or caramel and salt.

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