Bailey Cream

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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Black Chinese tea with a fantastic creamy taste of vanilla, caramel and bailey. Without tannic acid.

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So this is Bailey Cream, not Bailey’s Cream, and in the English description on the website they don’t even bother with the capital letter. So what exactly is a ‘bailey’? At least the Danish copy is a little more forthcoming: Cremet Bailey the. So silly – why not just call it Irish Cream instead of doing a half-assed attempt at capitalizing on a brand name?

It smells good in the bag – I tried a gentle hand with this one, a 90C, 5-minute steep, but I don’t know if it did the leaf any favours. The first taste is cookie for sure, but a burnt chocolate cookie – like those little crusts forgotten on the baking sheet.

And that’s sort of it, really; there’s a promise of some creamy vanilla in the nose, but in the cup, this is entirely elusive.

I’ll give what remains of the sample – two cups, or so – a chance of redemption through steeping variations.

[Sample gifted by my sweet friend T, October 2013.]

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Fjellrev

Those liars! And yeah, the “the/-et” makes it sound a little more official, at least. It seems so hard to find a tea that tastes anything like Irish cream, it seems.

Janefan

better idea – brew strong tea, pour in a shot of Bailey’s. Done!

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I don’t like Baileys normally but the Bailey Cream tea was surprisingly good. The flavour of vanilla and caramel dominates and sometimes it feels like drinking a cookie. It is perfect as an evening tea or on really cold nights.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 45 sec
Anna

Drinking a cookie! That’s so perfect. Also send this to me NOW or I will cry. Seriously. Weepface. https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/2059158784/hA013FFA8/

Tina

Haha! You got it in the big letter I sent you. Hope you’ll like it.

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