Butter Baroness

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From Shui Tea

Ceylon Black Tea blended with Australian Lemon Myrtle. Relax with a sassy, buttery aroma as you brew. The taste is lives up to nose, as Butter Baroness tickles your fancy with hints of citrus and vanilla in the cup. Matches perfectly with sweet, creamy, or baked food.

Don’t let Butter Baroness know about Earl Grey. Sure, they’re both black teas. The Earl might has an old-fashioned recipe, but the Baroness is a new black tea in town. She matches perfectly with anything sweet or buttery. The smell alone is like a dessert.

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When I read the “buttery” part of the description I thought, “yeah, right- this has come off horribly in so many other teas.” I don’t know how Shui Tea did it, but it’s dead on here!

When you open the package, you get a strong fragrance of sweet lemon butter. This was really close to lemon bars or a lemony custard. This holds up well through brewing.

Once brewed, the tea is initially astringent then presents the lemon and you finish with a rich, buttery mouth feel. I had this tea with breakfast but it would be truly awesome with a pastry- ooooh, like a lemon bar! Time to make a trip to the bakery!

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A flavored tea. The flavor comes more from the flavoring (lemon myrtle) than the tea. No complaints from my humans, though! Don’t believe me? Read for yourself: http://is.gd/eGO4l (Would this little teapot ever steer you wrong?)

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I won’t comment on the taste because it’s one of my teas, but Lainie wrote a pretty spot on review here: http://www.lainiesips.com/2010/08/butter-baroness-by-shui-tea-review/

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