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Got this in the mail today from Singing Dog Vanilla, a company that makes every vanilla thing you can think of (including vanilla salt!).
I can see little chipped up chunks of what I think is vanilla bean pod in the mix. I do smell vanilla in the dry tea, but it’s not particularly strong.
Steeped up, I taste some vanilla, but again, it’s on the light side, not really what I was expecting from a company that specializes in vanilla products.
The assam base is smooth and inoffensive. All in all, I will have no trouble getting this down, but it’s not the vanilla experience I was hoping for.
The vanilla tea quest continues!

Flavors: Vanilla

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Angrboda

vanilla… everything? O.o Must have a closer look at this site!

Tamarindel

Yeah, I’ve got my eye on the vanilla bean paste. Must be great for baking!
http://www.singingdogvanilla.com/c/VBP.html

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Angrboda

vanilla… everything? O.o Must have a closer look at this site!

Tamarindel

Yeah, I’ve got my eye on the vanilla bean paste. Must be great for baking!
http://www.singingdogvanilla.com/c/VBP.html

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