Butterscotch

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  • “Looks like I am the first to rate this. This is a sample from the recent swap and tea crawl, and I think I got this one from *CrowKettle* if I'm not mistaken. This tea kinda smells powdery, and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I added milk to this morning's cup and I think it's a good thing I did. The milk adds a bit of creaminess and fullness to the cup. Without it, it could get a little bit thin and almost coppery? The...” Read full tasting note
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    QueenOfTarts 525 tasting notes

From Mariage Frères

Associé à l’univers Englishissime du pudding et des cookies, le butterscotch – alliance de sucre et de beurre – est ici revisité en variation gourmande sur un thé noir dont les élans maltés accueillent avec délices les parfums de chocolat, de caramel et de miel.

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Looks like I am the first to rate this. This is a sample from the recent swap and tea crawl, and I think I got this one from CrowKettle if I’m not mistaken.

This tea kinda smells powdery, and I am really not sure why. It also has a little of that to start. It does meld into a sweet finish though. I can pick up some sweet caramel and butterscotch notes at the back of my throat with the sips. I did add sugar and milk to try to give it a little kickstart on the sweetness and creaminess.

The infusion was a lovely mahogany red shade. I think the only thing that catches me off guard with this one is that powdery start. It’s so unusual. I don’t think the tea is off, because it was sealed in a foil pouch.

I’d say this is an ok tea, but it isn’t something I can’t live without. I’m glad I got to try it.

CrowKettle

I would love to know the actual list of ingredients for the teas from Mariage Freres. This is the one was originally from ToiToi!

Amariel

I agree.

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I added milk to this morning’s cup and I think it’s a good thing I did. The milk adds a bit of creaminess and fullness to the cup. Without it, it could get a little bit thin and almost coppery? The start of the sip is mostly vanilla and rum for me and it slowly turns into a thick and sweet butterscotch flavor. This flavor works really well with the tea base which comes as a surprise since I thought the two would clash. The tea leaf and the flavor are balanced quite well!

This was a nice and sweet cup of tea to start my day. I don’t think I would buy more simply because there are other flavors that I enjoy more, but it’s certainly a must-try for those who like butterscotch! Thank you ToiToi for a sample of this.

Tabby

I need this!

QueenOfTarts

Tabby, definitely a must-try if you like butterscotch and mariage freres’ tea base.

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