Oh Canada Maple

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “I got home from work tonight and the boyfriend had a cup of tea waiting for me (so well-trained it's scary!). He then stepped out for a few minutes, so I couldn't ask which tea it was. I enjoyed...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I bought this to see how it would compare with Davids' Oh Canada, but they are just so different! Davids' is like rooibos and MAPLE, and this one is a bit more subdued. I actually didn't expect to...” Read full tasting note
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Maple Syrup is a Canadian treasure, so we decided to honour our favourite national sweet with a tasty tea blend! Premium black tea is blended with real pieces of Ontario maple sugar and decorated with bright orange safflowers. A delicious way to enjoy the ture north, strong and free!

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I got home from work tonight and the boyfriend had a cup of tea waiting for me (so well-trained it’s scary!). He then stepped out for a few minutes, so I couldn’t ask which tea it was. I enjoyed the bakey, sugary sweetness of whatever I was drinking, but could not for the life of me place what it was. It was this one. So, I think that says a lot! Tasty but not memorable?

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I bought this to see how it would compare with Davids’ Oh Canada, but they are just so different! Davids’ is like rooibos and MAPLE, and this one is a bit more subdued. I actually didn’t expect to like this one so much. The smell of the tea is like a light black tea with a background of maple, it smells sweet and lovely. The taste is kind of like maple-vanilla perfectly blended with black tea. It’s just slightly malty and sooo delicious. I could see this being a great morning tea. I get a little astringency, but not much. The aftertaste verges on bitter, so I take another sip of the tea haha.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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