Vanilla Ceylon

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Black Tea
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150 °F / 65 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “Dry Tea Bags:First Touch Vanilla, But It Disappear quickly. After Steel:Vanilla Aroma again, First Taste Just be Normal Ceylon, Then Vanilla appear. Friendly reminder: Don't add Honey because it...” Read full tasting note
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A light, bright tea with a sensual and aromatic finish.The combination of high grown Ceylon and the inspiring aroma of Vanilla make this a delightful tea.High elevation Ceylon Tea in perfect balance with theexotic, creamy aroma of Vanilla, this is a highquality tea with a fun aspect. Ideal taken straight, perhaps with a touch of sugar if desired. While the tea is infusing, savour the aroma of tea mingling with Vanilla.

Granular with deep dark brown colours found in aged Cognac (browns as well as blacks, purples and flecks of orange from the vanilla). A medium bodied tea of chestnut coloured liquor. Aromas of sour preserved plum and vanilla butter can be detected on the nose. However, what emerges in the mouth hints of magnolia and plum. This velvety textured tea is indulgent and engaging.

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9 tasting notes

Dry Tea Bags:First Touch Vanilla, But It Disappear quickly.
After Steel:Vanilla Aroma again,
First Taste Just be Normal Ceylon,
Then Vanilla appear.

Friendly reminder:
Don’t add Honey because it will take over the vanilla Taste.

Preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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