Don’t let it steep too long, as thanks to the cardamom and pepper it gets bitter quickly (I’ve had to save it a few times with the addition of sugar, and I’m someone who likes a strong tea!). As a fan of winter in general, I had such high hopes for this tea – sadly they weren’t met. But I’ve come around to holding this tea in slightly better stead now I’ve learnt a quick infusion is the best for Winter.
You’ll be wishing winter lasted all year round with this snuggly seasonal sensation. With notes of cinnamon and a subtle bite of ginger, this black tea will warm the cockles of your heart… beginning with your belly. Enjoy a steaming brew fire-side with wooly socks and a favourite old movie and savour the wonder that is winter.