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From Britannia Teas and Gifts

A flavourful and energizing tea perfect in the morning or afternoon. Makes a great iced tea! Contains Ceylon black tea, natural dried orange, freeze-dried orange, cinnamon pieces, lemon balm, lime leaves, natural flavours.

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1 TB for 450mL water, bare, boiling water, 4-minute steep. Rating: 85.

I’ve drunk a lot of orange spice black tea over the years. Bigelow’s Constant Comment and Stash Orange Spice come to mind. A few years ago, Stash changed the kind or oranges they use, and now that tea knocks me flat with wonderful orange flavour … but the black tea base they use is not the best.

This Orange Spice, from my local teashop, is much better balanced. You can smell the organes right though the bag, of course, and you can also smell the lime leaves. The cinnamon complements but does not dominate. And best of all, the Ceylon used is mellow and gentle, lending an overall surprising creaminess to the mouth-fell.

I don’t usually count flavoured black teas in my favourites, but this one is really good.

Cofftea

Have you tried Market Spice tea by the brand of the same name? Both their flavored black tea as well as chai are really good and I love them both iced as well has hot. I was also curious as to why you include your ratings in your tasting note, but not on the rating slider.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Nope, haven’t tried Market Spice.

I can’t access the slider anymore — no idea why.

Cofftea

Strange, you should PM the overlords and let them know.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Now that I think on it, the problem accessing the sliders started when I switched to IE9. I can’t access features on various vendors’ review pages.

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