Socra Tea Detroit

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Yeah, I can’t recommend this one. The blend sounds intriguing, but it tastes like soggy popcorn. The maple flavor is not apparent at all. And taffy’s a flavor that maybe just doesn’t go well with a tea.

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So, this tea is both good and weird. The weirdness is what makes it good. I add a bit of almond milk to enhance the dark chocolate flavor, but what thrills me about this tea is the sting at the end from the chill. Good sting! Not bad sting! It gives a complete bite at the end of a pretty rich flavor that is very pleasant. I recommend and insist everybody try this tea.

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This tea goes great with a dollop of milk. It’s caramel-y and sweet, to the point where I don’t see the need to add sugar. The only downside is that, well, it is a bit one-note. But that makes it ideal to blend with some other variety. :)

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1. This tea smells fantastic. 2. It also tastes fantastic. It’s a lovely and fruity mix that combines a really bright Sencha green tea with berries. There’s also a caramel note on the front end, though I’m not sure where it’s coming from. On the whole, it’s a tasty blend.

Flavors: Berry, Caramel

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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It’s like a carnival in my mouth. I’m not usually one for oolongs, but this was a free sample. It’s pleasant in a sweet way. It tastes like butterscotch and there’s no hint of astringency in it. Might go well with milk and sugar.

Flavors: Butterscotch, Caramel

2 min, 0 sec

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