Black Adder

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Anise, Licorice, Sweet
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 30 sec

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Liquorice Tea With Bite!

The first thing that you will notice about Black Adder is the unmistakable impact of liquorice. This is herbal tea with bite!Not recommended for people with a high history of high blood pressure or kidney disease. It will enliven your mind and revitalise your body with an ambush of flavour that you were not expecting! Black Adder is a tea with attitude, for people who want a more radical refreshment.

Always drink without milk. Allow to draw for 3-5minutes. Serve hot. Ingredients: Liquorice root; Fennel seeds & oil; Peppermint Leaves; Aniseed

*Not recommended for people with a high history of high blood pressure or kidney disease. Not recommended during pregnancy.

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I love this tea, the natural sweetness is the best thing when you are craving a dessert and trying to avoid chocolate!

Angrboda

Then why only seven points?

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While not technically a tea, Black Adder has been a staple in my home for many years .. I love it hot and I love it cold; I just leave the bag in my cup so it gets nice and strong then keep topping up with water until I can no longer taste it ..

It’s also a wonderful blender so if variety is your thing then try it mixed with other herbals or flavoured greens – today I threw a bag of this and a bag of Healtheries Green Tea with Mandarin & Limeflower in my travel mug, filled with boiling water and went on my way = so so good!

It’s very popular with guests, and I really wish I could buy it in larger amounts – this is the only reason I didn’t give it a rating of 100!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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This tea is amazing. It takes me back to my childhood with it’s distinct taste and scent of both aniseed and liquorice root. I grew up in the Netherlands where you can get “sticks” of liquorice root (zoethout) from the candy store. It looks like a brown twig of wood and you chew on it to extract the flavour. The aniseed in this tea reminds me of another Dutch treat “gestampte muisjes” which is a sweet powdery topping you can put on your sliced bread. The tea is sweet and full of flavour. I drink it when I crave something sweet without the calories.

Flavors: Anise, Licorice, Sweet

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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