Le Marche Spiced tea

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “The tea itself is a premium blend of black tea from India that brews up a colorful dark reddish hue. The taste of the tea is a touch bakey, and ends with a nice clean finish. What powers the...” Read full tasting note
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From English Tea Store

An excellent spiced tea combining the taste of cinnamon with delicious fruity tones.

This is a naturally flavored black tea. We use natural high grown Ceylon tea from estates at more than 5500 feet above sea level. We add natural flavor to give a clean true taste with no chemical aftertaste.

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The tea itself is a premium blend of black tea from India that brews up a colorful dark reddish hue. The taste of the tea is a touch bakey, and ends with a nice clean finish.

What powers the excitement and joy of this tea is the memorable fragrance of sweet apples, and balanced by a warm spiciness. It reminds me of Hot Tamales candies, Cinnamon Red Hot candies and Candied Apples. Smell being more potent than taste…

Although there were no brewing guidelines, I brewed a few cups at a full-boil, and steeped them for about 4-minutes. I have also found that I like the tea better with a touch of honey to bring out the sweeter details of the blend.

What I love about this tea is that every time I drink this tea, I take a sip down memory lane.

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Little Yellow Teapot

Sounds yummy! Have added to my shopping list.

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