Mmm. Vanilla and orange! The hot water at work is not very hot, so I didn’t get to really steep this the way I would have had I been at home, but it was tasty!
Flavors: Orange Zest, Vanilla
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“This is actually the tea I bout my little Mighty Leaf variety pack for. Sure, there are a few other teas I’m interesting in trying, but this is the one that made me actually buy it. I love...” Read full tasting note
Orange Dulce black tea is a luscious, rich brew teeming with notes of orange, vanilla and jasmine blossoms. Made with Ceylon and China black teas, Orange Dulce brews up a fragrant and full bodied dark tea. Reminiscent of an aged Port, the flavor is sure to please.
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This was one of my favourite Mighty Leaf teas the first time I tried them, and it still is. It’s such a fabulous dessert tea — creamy, rich, flavourful. There’s everything you could want. The orange flavouring isn’t exactly natural — it tastes more like a creamsicle than an actual orange — but that’s part of its effect. The creaminess is almost thick tasting, and this is helped by the heavy floral of the jasmine that hangs around in the background and contributes an unexpected depth of flavour. It’s almost like it makes this tea 3D, rather than just 2D orange and cream. The vanilla is the real star, though — it seems to hold the other elements together and makes them into a cohesive flavour. It helps the resemblance to ice cream, too!
I drank this one with milk on this occasion, but it’s equally nice without on the odd occasion I’ve had a cup at work. It’s too much all of the time, but it’s a great treat. One I’ll always enjoy!
I really like the softened orange taste of this blend, which makes use of vanilla and flowers to give a “latte” style taste to the black tea and orange. Plus it being orange instead of the stronger bergamot yields a not-too-strong flavor; just right. The vanilla softens the citrus taste further, giving it a distinct taste from that of other softer citrus teas like Lady Grey.
hmmmm enjoyed this on Christmas Day from a Tea for One kit i received that came with it!!! Soooo good!!! :) . i enjoy it , my aunt says it reminds her of the terry chocolate Oranges!!! [mind you there is NOT a chocolate flavour to it!!] it became a part of my photo collection of the holidays, because it’s rich colour and the warm christmas lights just made everything, a glow! :)