Vanilla Almond Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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From The Boston Tea Company

DETAILED DESCRIPTION: Who says Vanilla is so plain? For, if this Tea was made into ice cream, it would be the perfect balance of creamy and crunchy! Sip this sweet blend of Chinese Sechung Oolong Tea flavored with Madagascar Island Vanilla and California Almonds. Nutty and sweet, it’s the perfect afternoon treat!
CONTAINS: 110g (3.8oz) of Finest Grade Oolong Tea
SERVINGS PER CONTAINER: Servings per container approximately 50-60 cups of tea (Note: One serving of Full-Leaf Tea can be brewed multiple times.)
HEALTH: Antioxidants found in tea help to burn body fat! Rich in iron, calcium, & numerous minerals, which contain natural properties that help promote digestive enzymes to break down fat substances in the blood, antioxidants make tea tops toward being healthier!
Boston Tea’s loose leaf tea reflects the passion projected in our company’s motto: ‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Tea.’ Our full leaf tea embodies natural beauty, rich aromas and the finest quality that our worldly master tea blenders ardently seek. Found in the lush plantations of Sri Lanka and mountainous regions of India and China, Boston Tea blends its tea to create the heartiest, strongest and most flavorful cup.
Double your tea-drinking pleasure; try any of these flavors hot or iced!
Gluten Free: Yes
Kosher: Star K
Ingredients: Chinese Sechung Oolong Tea, Almonds, Calendula Petals, Natural Vanilla & Almond Flavors.

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1706 tasting notes

Finally. Feet up with a lovely cup of cookie sweetness. But it’s “proper tea biscuit cookie” sweetness; not pastry-shop sweetness. The flavor balance tips toward almond. Oh—like those windmill-shaped cookies with the almond slices in them. Remember those? Grandma used to get ‘em. (My week has been filled with “Mom used to…” or "Grandma used to’s.")

Anna

This sounds so interesting.

Nicole

Might have to look into this. Mom loves those windmill cookies but she can’t have them anymore since she is now allergic to ginger.

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6770 tasting notes

This is a treat!!!!
Remember my liking to the Almond Cookie (black) Teas…YUM! Well, this is almost the Oolong equivalent!

A hearty almond taste – the verge of peanut butter-or almond butter, more – so. Lovely Oolong…somewhat woodsy. A nice floral-sweet undertone. The creamy vanilla! A delight!

This is very good cold too! A little more flat but tasty regardless. BOTH hot and cold are good – just noticeably different.

Angela

I was sold the moment you said “peanut butter.” :P

LENA

YUM! And on to the shopping list you go!

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Longing for Oolong? Long no more with this one from The Boston Tea Co. http://is.gd/dy22f

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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