Cabernet Sauvignon

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This full-bodied black tea captures the strong, malty aroma unique to the Assam region and pairs it with the richness of cabernet grapes. The sophisticated result has a dry red wine flavour with a slightly floral aroma and subtle notes of cherry. Its bold flavour means it pairs best with bittersweet chocolate and medium-hard cheeses with delicate aromas, such as Spanish Manchego, mild cheddars or the drier goat cheeses.

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1351 tasting notes

I’ve had this tea forever. I use it in various recipes when I don’t want to use wine. But today, for the first time since I figured out how I like my black teas, I sat down and made a cup of it.

It’s way better than I expected it. It’s a bit musty, but I can see myself enjoying this with a good book and pricey cheese. I don’t think it will be any great hardship to finish the bag, but I haven’t decided yet if it’s worth reordering.

Edit: Also, this is the first cup of tea I’ve made by myself since I burned the heck out of my arm, and I stayed as far away from the kettle as possible. XD

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if only they were still stocking it in the store!! Glad to hear you’re up to making tea again =)

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587 tasting notes

This tea has such an interesting flavor and I can’t identify just what it is. It’s not exactly wine, to me, and not exactly fruit either. The sip is strong on the black tea, too. I’m definitely glad I’ve tried this one, but it’s really too strange for me. Thank you ladykittykat for a sample!

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297 tasting notes

The steeped tea smells a bit like wine, but a bit more like raisins.

The taste is black tea and a overlay of a wine-y taste. The tip of the tongue has a slight sweetness but most of the wine taste is in the back of the mouth. It’s not a strong wine taste, but not too weak.

Not a buy-again, but not bad.

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328 tasting notes

It’s quite fragrant and smells of grapes. It was still pretty good on the second brewing too. It felt like an average flavored black tea. Delicious, but not very memorable. I’m not a big wine drinker, so I cannot really say if it tastes like the wine of the same name.

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20 tasting notes

A bit too strong for me. Not something I would get again but it is I didn’t think it was terrible.

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