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  • “Yum! I don't know if my tasters are burnt out from all the sampling today or what, but I really like this one! Very almond cookie-y, but not overly sweet. Thanks *moraiwe*! I think that's the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “from *moraiwe*! and let me say that this is maybe the first time where the swapper rated the tea low and sad, and i wanna give it high green numbers. this tea is yummy!! to me it tasted like...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Honestly? This tea isn't great. The leaves are really smashy and there's stems in the mix. When brewed, the base is forgettable and mediocre. And the flavoring is kind of artificial. But what this...” Read full tasting note
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From English Tea Leaves

Like flavored teas? You really must try Snowflake.

For those who really know flavored teas, you know that making the perfect blend of leaves and flavors comes through a lot of knowledge about how tea blends work.

Snowflake Tea is designed to give a sense of peace and calm in the world, like the feeling you have when watching snowflakes fall to the earth.

This is our #1 selling flavored tea and with good reason. Snowflake is a very aromatic tea and has a rich flavor.

It’s composition is a simple black tea base.

To that is added:
Fine slivers of almond
Choice pieces of Coconut
A proprietary flavoring that our customers have come to know and love.

The black tea used in Snowflake tea is of the highest quality.

(In case you missed it above, coconut rasps, almond flakes, and flavoring are added.)

Your tea will arrive to you perfectly blended, perfectly flavored, delightfully tasty, and will give you a new/renewed vigor for life.

(This may sound like a funny thing to say about tea, but give it a shot. You’ll likely be surprised!)

Brewing time: 4 minutes
4 oz makes about 32 cups of tea
Brewing instructions included

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Yum! I don’t know if my tasters are burnt out from all the sampling today or what, but I really like this one! Very almond cookie-y, but not overly sweet. Thanks moraiwe!

I think that’s the last of my saturday sample sipdown. And I think I’m caffeinated enough to last me through next week. I don’t know Sil does this :-)

Sil

What’s caffeine? :)

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from moraiwe!
and let me say that this is maybe the first time where the swapper rated the tea low and sad, and i wanna give it high green numbers. this tea is yummy!! to me it tasted like coconut caramel. very cookies. and very cuddly. and just damn nice comfort in a cup. when i try it again I’ll check myself before I wreck myself about these thoughts. I mean sure it’s always possible I was just in a good mood or something right? but really. it tastes like cookies and they are yummy cookies.

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Honestly? This tea isn’t great. The leaves are really smashy and there’s stems in the mix. When brewed, the base is forgettable and mediocre. And the flavoring is kind of artificial. But what this tea has, and why I keep drinking it, is a huge nostalgia trigger.

My grandparents on my dad’s side were first generation Italian immigrants (Sicilian) and while my nonna broke every stereotype about good Italian cooks, she could bake up a storm. So, every other Christmas, we’d head over there and we’d have a horrible dinner but it was completely worth it for the dessert. And we’d have cannoli with pistachios and stuffed fig cookies and the ones this tea reminds me of, Pasticcini di pasta di mandorle or cookies made from almond paste. She’d do half of them traditionally with maraschino cherries or dried citrus but the other half she’d partially dip in dark chocolate and coconut rasps and ohmygodweretheygood.

Both are passed now and the cookie recipes were stolen by one of my relatives (we know who you are), so we don’t get these awesome cookies anymore. And I haven’t been able to duplicate this particular one. So, yeah. Nostalgia tea.

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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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