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French Vanilla Assam

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “Yay! This arrived today! and OMG it is indeed De - li - cious! It tastes to me like someone dropped a vanilla bean into my teapot while this infused. It's super vanilla-y and so completely...” Read full tasting note
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  • “After two resounding busts from earlier this morning, this tea had better be good! Or I might cry :( Dry tea smells sweet and perhaps of vanilla. A good start. Steeped, I'm getting a sweet, dark,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “And that, as they say, is that. I've had a number of cups of this tea and I just am not in love with it the way I had hoped, or even that I was in the beginning. I gave the remains to a vanilla...” Read full tasting note
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From 52teas

Here’s an amazing malty Assam tea blended with organic vanilla bean pieces, cornflowers and natural French Vanilla flavors.

I have just three words for this:

De – li – cious!

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The dry tea smells a little bit of alcohol and a little like licorice allsorts. The leaves are fairly entire and whole dried cornflowers are scattered throughout. The brewed tea smells indistictly sweet and actually a little bit more of cocoa and cream than vanilla. The Tea
tastes slightly creamy with slightly bitter base . This assam has dark
chocolate notes and it blends with the vanilla to taste like some lightly flavoured chocolate desert flavoured with vanilla. The body of the tea was a little bit thinner than I’d expect with an assam, and the finish wasn’t as smooth as I may like, but is still pleasant to drink. Tea resteeps decently well, but tastes more of cocoa than vanilla.

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