Black Celebration

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Black Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “My first reaction to this flavor was "OH" and not necessarily a good one! Mostly because I wasn't prepared for that flavor... You know when you take a big swig of something - what you think is...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you to *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me some of this tea! Dry, this tea looks more like a fruit or herbal tea than a black tea. There are huge chunks of fruit, herbs and spice. Brewed, this...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Serves as a great tea for jolting your senses but the overwhelming flavor was too strong for my taste. I appreciate the aroma and tons of flavor in each sip, but I prefer lighter tasting teas. If...” Read full tasting note
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This tea is a celebration of colors and mixed flavors. The blended tea is a beautiful melody of tea leaves, rose petals, almonds, cornflower petals, orange peels and more. This exquisite Black Celebration tea won an award at the 2008 World Tea Championship for having the best aroma and flavor. The brewed tea offers up a spicy taste for the palate. It infuses for just 3 minutes, allowing the flavors and aromas to intertwine to create a zesty golden liquor. The flavor is naturally sweet and uplifting.

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My first reaction to this flavor was “OH” and not necessarily a good one! Mostly because I wasn’t prepared for that flavor…

You know when you take a big swig of something – what you think is – Dr. Pepper and it ends up being orange juice or something completely different?? Well that is why I was so taken back by this…I was ASSUMING it was something completely different!

After that initial shock…I was blown away by the spiciness of this one!

By the 3rd sip everything started making sense and the taste and my taste-buds starting to finally become friends!

I can taste the spices, the orange, and then the cinnamon – specifically – it reminds me of a fireball type cinnamon, then the cranberry and peach. Towards the end of the sip I can taste the papaya. The apple is a bit more hidden than most of the other flavors but that’s ok with me. The end of the sip on to the aftertaste is a fruity-spicy one…more spice than fruit tho.

This cup is NOT lacking color, aroma, or taste – let me tell you that! This is a beautiful dry blend and the more I sip it the more I like it but it was quite shocking at first – especially because I wasn’t prepared for that flavor! It’s intense!

I’m not complaining…I do like this!

Just a heads-up on the cinnamon! If you like fireballs you will probably like this. If you aren’t into spices or cinnamon or fireballs…just wanted to warn you!

This is sure to warm any tummy! Nice bright mix and toasty-warm cuppa!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea!

Dry, this tea looks more like a fruit or herbal tea than a black tea. There are huge chunks of fruit, herbs and spice. Brewed, this tea tastes a bit like a cross between a fruit & herbal tisane and a black tea. It starts out with a mild spice and the cinnamon gradually builds. After a few sips, it becomes a little zestier! A nice fruity background. I can taste the hint of almond in there, and that nutty sweetness is a nice contrast to the zippy taste of the cinnamon.

This has a lot going on, but it is a nice change of pace, and as this morning has been somewhat chilly, the warm spice of this tea is a welcome taste.

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Serves as a great tea for jolting your senses but the overwhelming flavor was too strong for my taste. I appreciate the aroma and tons of flavor in each sip, but I prefer lighter tasting teas. If you love strong, bold, spiced flavors then this tea is perfect for you.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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