I brewed this dark and strong—about 2 heaping teaspoons in 12oz. It tastes like hazelnut coffee! A little smoky and spicy, the hazelnut flavor is very strong and rich. There is a natural sweetness to this but I’m not sure if the flavoring they use is sweetened or not.
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Oh my god…this tea is delicious! It tastes just like it smells—sweet roasted hazelnuts with a touch of cinnamon, cocoa and maple. I can’t believe how good this is, I’m really enjoying it. It’s like hazelnut pralines. But it’s not too sweet—it’s just perfect!
I stopped by Leland’s Tea Shop on my way home from work today meaning to buy this. And I’m so happy I did. Very warming and comforting on this cloudy, cold evening—just like they describe it.
I’m off to brew another mug!
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Mmmm. Tasty. First infusion.
I’m drinking it with milk and sugar but it’s almost too sweet with added sugar. The pear note is juicy but more delicate than the rich caramel. Definitely a dessert tea.
I first had this at Lealand in San Francisco and I had to buy some. I’m running low now and rationing it now until I can get more.
I accidentally created a new brand category for Lealand. Is there anyway they can be merged?
I love this tea so much, but I’m almost out and their coconut tea now has pineapple in it. I might get it blended with their mandarin green for a chocolate-orange taste.
Drinking it iced right now, from yesterday. Mmmm…
A special blend from Lealand Tea Co., it’s an organic tea. It’s pretty good. Not very strong on an orange taste but there’s just something comforting. It’s wonderful hot or iced and just seems unique. Great evening tea.