Pancake Stack

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Calendula, Jasmine Flowers, Maple Crystals, Natural Flavours, Sunflowers
Flavors
Floral, Maple, Tea
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Ilse Wouters
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 250 ml

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  • “The flavoring is definitely lighter in this one than in some of their other blends, which is too bad since this flavor sounded the best. In fact, it tasted quite plain and I don’t love this base...” Read full tasting note
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  • “12 days of (Christmas) tea (Tea Revv) – Day 2 “Stack the pancakes high to the sky”, that´s how Tea Revv describes this black tea blend. I´m not sure whether the tea is supposed to match the taste...” Read full tasting note
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  • “#adventageddon Day Fourteen – 3/6 Deeply feeling like maple just isn’t this company’s forte right now – but the tea did taste leagues above the other maple blend from earlier in the calendar (Maple...” Read full tasting note

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Stack the pancakes high to the sky.

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The flavoring is definitely lighter in this one than in some of their other blends, which is too bad since this flavor sounded the best. In fact, it tasted quite plain and I don’t love this base tea. Maybe I brewed it improperly, but it just didn’t turn out perfect. It’s a little sour and artificial, but just a little. I guess the saddest thing of all is that it doesn’t taste like pancakes, just not that great black tea.

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12 days of (Christmas) tea (Tea Revv) – Day 2
“Stack the pancakes high to the sky”, that´s how Tea Revv describes this black tea blend. I´m not sure whether the tea is supposed to match the taste of pancakes or whether it´s only a nice drink to go with pancakes. Anyway, in nose I get floral tones, but in mouth it´s mainly black tea…and in the back somewhere a sweet touch which might well come from the real maple syrup, but very subtle it is! I admit I left the tea steeping for 1-2 minutes longer than it should have, and there was indeed an added bitterness to it, but this only confirmed the blend not being that balanced, I think.

Flavors: Floral, Maple, Tea

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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#adventageddon Day Fourteen – 3/6

Deeply feeling like maple just isn’t this company’s forte right now – but the tea did taste leagues above the other maple blend from earlier in the calendar (Maple Kind). It doesn’t land the maple flavour, but it does have some sweetness and body that’s kind of loosely in that vein!? The weirdest part though, and this is something that probably only people who’ve been on Steepster for several years now will relate to, was that the black tea had that really bizarre but striking (not in a good way) taste that all of Frank’s black teas – back when he was still running 52Teas, seemed to have. That kind of bready/starchy note that was so hard to describe but so easy to identify.

It gave me one hell of a sense of nostalgia!

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