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Green Market Spice

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Fruit Green Blend
Cinnamon, Green Tea, Orange Oil
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Edit tea info Last updated by EvaGrimm
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “Tea of yesterday afternoon...... Since I am such a huge fan of Harney's Cinnamon Spice, and JacquelineM's review mentioned that the Market Spice Cinnamon Orange teas were very similar with the...” Read full tasting note
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Our signature MarketSpice cinnamon-orange flavor now in a green tea version using Chinese Green tea in a heat-sealed cellophane package. This unique spicy, naturally sweet flavor has become world famous, originating in the historic Pike Place Market in Seattle. We recommend storing in an air-tight glass jar in the refrigerator to keep the flavorings fresh and moist. Ingredients: Chinese Green tea, cinnamon and orange flavorings and spices. Contains no sugar.

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Tea of yesterday afternoon……

Since I am such a huge fan of Harney’s Cinnamon Spice, and JacquelineM’s review mentioned that the Market Spice Cinnamon Orange teas were very similar with the orange being more prominent than in the Harney, I had to try this. I love flavored teas in this range, especially because they are sweet without needing sweetening. I am definitely not disappointed. The cinnamon is not quite as strong as in the Harney, and the orange definitely has a front seat in the taste profile. I was wondering if the two were interchangeable, and they definitely are not. For those that are fans of orange more than cinnamon, this is the choice for you. I get mild red hots in a cup with a twist of orange in this.

EDIT TO ADD: One thing that might be a deal breaker on this….the leaves look kind of greasy. I do think it is probably a result of the flavoring oils. They recommend storing the tea in a glass jar once it has been opened (really, the packaging is marginal in clear, non-resealable cellophane…it must be transferred into something else.) I guess it will take further sampling to be sure if it is a keeper.

Teapot method, 180 water, 3 minutes. No additions.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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