Maple Flavored Black Tea

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jason
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “This is quite yummy!! thanks to Ninavampi for sharing a sample with me! There isn't as much maple flavour as I'd have liked... I added quite a bit of agave to bring it out (1.5 teaspoons) With...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1314 tasting notes
  • “I am super happy. Ecstatic. Thrilled. : ) They opened a small tea shop in Ecuador. It isn't very large, but it is quaint and enjoyable. And honestly, a huge step for tea in Ecuador. I always had...” Read full tasting note
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    Ninavampi 160 tasting notes
  • “The ETS was selling 25 count pouches of this tea bagged for pretty cheap so I decided to give it a try. It's has a sickly sweet smell so I thought I would try drinking it straight thinking it would...” Read full tasting note
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    Lazey 94 tasting notes

From English Tea Store

A sweet tea that will have you dreaming of pancakes dripping with syrup, our Maple Black Tea delivers extreme maple taste with a quality black tea. Paired with a little sugar, this tea is absolutely outstanding!

For the best brew, Maple Black Tea should steep in water that has been brought to a rolling boil for 2-5 minutes.

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4 Tasting Notes

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This is quite yummy!! thanks to Ninavampi for sharing a sample with me!
There isn’t as much maple flavour as I’d have liked… I added quite a bit of agave to bring it out (1.5 teaspoons)
With milk, it wasn’t nearly as flavourful. I sampled a bit of it that way, I’m glad I listened to my instincts and didn’t just dump milk in the mug like I usually do. In any case, I’m feeling much better after a cuppa.
I’m staying at home sick today, since I sound like Rod Stewart meets a squeaky mouse.
Ginger tea is usually how I go in times like this, but I drank a strong infusion of chammy/ginger/honey through the night and I think I’m saturated for the moment :P
Besides, maple seems to have a similar effect to honey. I gotta say it again… YUM!
EDIT: Okay so after a second steep, with some agave of course, I’m getting more of a maple note… all thick and lingering in my throat like the real stuff. Wow. I am lovin it!

Ninavampi

Glad you liked it! Feel better soon! Being sick really icky! Even whne you get to stay home.

Indigobloom

Thanks, I really do love it! and yes, being sick is truly an ICK feeling. I will get better soon. Tomorrow! I need to be at work. Ha!

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I am super happy. Ecstatic. Thrilled. : )

They opened a small tea shop in Ecuador. It isn’t very large, but it is quaint and enjoyable. And honestly, a huge step for tea in Ecuador. I always had to bring all of my tea from the US or Europe whenever someone came to visit! But, now I get to buy some of my own tea, at decent price, right here in Quito!

The tea shop is called Le The, and they sell a decent variety of teas. Most of them flavored, which is all right with me. I asked them what company they imported their tea from, and the store clerk didn’t know. So after I chose a few varieties I came home and went to work on Google! Since they kept the names on the teas I was able to find that all of the teas in the shop came from English Tea Shop! Confirmed! I am so excited! I am going to be able to get some of my tea right in the comfort of my own country! I love trying new teas!

The first tea I tried was this one. I only found it bagged on the site, but I bought it loose leaf. The leaves were small and dark. Didn’t smell very much like maple, but more like a light lapsang souchong. I decided to try it since I loved 52teas pancake tea so much. The blackness of the tea was pretty monotonous, but not really knowing what to expect, I went ahead with my 2 teaspoons for 16oz of boiling water.

The liquor also smelled smokey, and I got a bit worried. I do not like smokey teas. Not at all. They taste like chimney soot to me (sorry to those who enjoy them!)… I decided to go ahead and sweeten it before I tried it, just in case. I used 1 heaping teaspoon of brown sugar. I took my time stirring and dissolving the sugar. I was nervous that it would taste like a smokey sweet mess.

And… Sip… Sip…. Yum!!! I like it! It actually reminds me quite a bit of 52teas pancake blend! Not quite as smooth and a tad bit more smokey, but still enjoyable. It didn’t take me long to finish up my cup with a contented smile on my face. I didn’t get any chimney soot flavor, there was more of a Maple and Camp Fire flavored Cotton Candy thing going on (hope that makes sense!).

I am happy this tea is decent. I am happy that I can go wander around a (even if small) tea shop! And I am happy that I get to write about it and there is a possibility that someone out there has also had the chance to try it!

OK, happy giddy excitedness is all in writing now! : ) I might have to try this tea again and readjust the rating because my excitement might be influencing my taste buds…

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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The ETS was selling 25 count pouches of this tea bagged for pretty cheap so I decided to give it a try. It’s has a sickly sweet smell so I thought I would try drinking it straight thinking it would not need sugar- it is not as sweet as it smells and was a little bitter. But once I added a bit of sugar it was quite sweet and tasted just like maple syrup. I don’t think I would buy this tea again but it’s not bad. I bet kids would love it.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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