Vanilla Flavored Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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From Mark T. Wendell

A rich, whole-leaf Ceylon black tea with vanilla scent and flavoring. It is an exotic twist on your favorite beverage. Easy to make into your favorite iced tea.

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I just received a HUGE box from Mark T Wendell from UPS and I’m jumping right in!!!!

This is surely Vanilla flavored black, indeed! The aroma is intense and the black tea and vanilla flavoring (to taste) is about medium strength in each area.

Overall this is an enjoying cuppa! I’m not a vanilla freak so maybe if you are you will find this to be just what you are looking for! As for an outsider looking in – I did want to try it to compare notes! This is very nice! And that’s coming from someone ‘middle of the road’ in the liking-vanilla world, so to speak! :)


Two packages in one day, eh? : )


Actually…3 :)



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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. YUM!

This Vanilla tea totally makes up for the tea fail I had a bit ago. This tastes so rich and smooth and creamy that at first taste I didn’t immediately recognize the black tea base as Ceylon… I thought that maybe it might be something a bit heftier… maybe a blend with Assam. I don’t taste maltiness from the Assam, but the black tea base is pretty substantial and supports the powerful essence of vanilla. There’s no mistaking that there is vanilla in this blend. It’s POWERFUL … and really yummy.


How is the vanilla in this blend? I usually don’t order vanilla teas for fear of artificial, or artificial tasting vanilla….which ruins the tea for me.


This doesn’t taste artificial to me.

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My heart filled with hope when I saw the post office guy brought a big tea package from Wendell. Tearing apart the package furiously (at the office by the way) I saw that I was sent a tea that I did not ask for as well- a vanilla flavoured tea.

Ok, perhaps I should put a disclaimer here that I absolutely positively hate flavoured teas, or rather smelling them. They smell artificial to me and overpower my – what I believe to be- overly sensitive smell buds. Moreover, I really really do not like vanilla flavours. So I might be biased here -just a little.

Nevertheless, I was determined to give it a try. At the very least it was Ceylon and Ceylon always deserves a try in my book.

I really do not want to base my review on the SMELL!, but I guess I am not that mature to see past the SMELL!. The dry leaves, for one thing, smell. A lot. If you can get past that smell (I could not) the steeped tea is smooth and the smell is somewhat placated.

Yet, after a day my infuser still smells like vanilla and that’s really cruel. Now I understand how some people might hate my beloved Lapsang Souchongs. If vanilla is your thing, though, you might like it. A lot.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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