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  • “going to be a few of these samples today – trying to get through more of my samples so that i can focus on having a proper weigh of my cupboard this month sometime. this one is SUPER aromatic. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I found a new recipe for tea-infused hot chocolate because I was intrigued to find something different. I stumbled upon this one by Savvy Eats: http://www.savvyeat.com/tea-infused-hot-chocolate. It...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is a queued tasting note. Brought this one with me to DAVIDsTEA to drink on shift earlier this week. Everyone was pretty excited about it/the dry smell. It’s so sweet and rich smelling and the...” Read full tasting note
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From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for November 2016

Rich and malty handrolled tea from Yunnan, China with english toffee, pastry and a beautiful custard note.

This tea resteeps many times!

This tea is limited run, so once it is gone, it’s gone for the season. It is sold only in 0.5oz quantities.

Ingredients:

Hand rolled yunnan black tea, gluten free cinnamon grahams (brown rice flour, white rice flour, tapioca starch, sweet rice flour, butter, brown sugar, sorghum flour, gluten-free oat bran, molasses, natural flavors, cinnamon, potato starch, sodium bicarbonate, baking soda, sea salt), calendula petals, natural flavors

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going to be a few of these samples today – trying to get through more of my samples so that i can focus on having a proper weigh of my cupboard this month sometime. this one is SUPER aromatic. Toffee explosion all over the house…making me want to go bake something haha. I probably overleafed this as my one complaint about the directions for this is 1-2 tsp, which isn’t very helpful when you’re dealing with BALLS of tea. Better would be something like 4 -6 balls or whatever per 8oz.

taste wise though, i’m a fan. the flavouring sort of stays in your mouth, so it’s not a tea i would drink a TON of, but for that indulgent dessert tea you need every now and then, this would be a good one. thanks Variatea!

Kittenna

This one sounds crazy good. Hoping that Lauren reblends it at some point so I can try it :D

Sil

the flavouring is really strong though…so lasts through multiple infusions and uh you need to clean your strainers out well after haha

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I found a new recipe for tea-infused hot chocolate because I was intrigued to find something different. I stumbled upon this one by Savvy Eats: http://www.savvyeat.com/tea-infused-hot-chocolate. It seemed simple enough and tbh I was skeptical that it would work b/c you only steep the tea in cold milk for like 15 minutes. I also used an older tea and was unsure how much flavor it still had.

The steeped milk gets mixed with a tbsp cocoa powder, a tbsp (a little less) of sugar, and 2 tbsps chocolate (I used 1 tbsp milk and 1 tbsp semi-sweet). I was surprised after all was said and done that I actually got some toffee flavor. It obviously was VERY chocolatey and very creamy but there was a caramel/toffee sweetness that snuck in.

Sil

fun!

VariaTEA

Lol the only fun in my life right now :P

Sil

you know who you’re talking to right? lol

VariaTEA

hahahaha I had a feeling you’d call me on this :P

Sil

of course :) ‘cause i’ll trade you! my “fun” for this week was getting the new cloth diapers i ordered.

Kittenna

hijack NEW CLOTH DIAPERS?! That sounds very fun. I got a fantastic deal on a lot of barely used ones and it was great, but I have run out of drawer space.

@VariaTEA – that does sound good. Now I want Laoshan Black hot chocolate. I am clearly on an LB kick right now.

Sil

@kitenna – 75% off so even with the exchange rate they averaged out to 5$ each including the 2 pairs of maxaloons i also bought (reg 30)

now i jysr need more flats or fitted….not sure which i prefer yet.

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This is a queued tasting note.

Brought this one with me to DAVIDsTEA to drink on shift earlier this week. Everyone was pretty excited about it/the dry smell. It’s so sweet and rich smelling and the name and then the appearance of the leaf really draw you in.

Here are the notes I scribbled on my cup drinking it:

- Added milk
- Malty, sweet, caramel, freshly baked bread, cocoa
- Smooth with no bitterness, minimal astringency
- Almost tasted like an Assam profile?

I loved it a lot overall; the one change I think I’d make is a slightly shorter steep time because I went with around five minutes, and I’m pretty sure that’s where the astringency came from. Also, I think I’d like to try it without milk as well – the primary reason I added it in the first place was to soften the astringency, and if that wasn’t an issue I don’t think the milk would be needed.

Nattie drools *
Evol Ving Ness

Totally love that you are exposing/converting DTs people to other brands, one by one, while at work.

Roswell Strange

It seems only right that people who work in a tea shop are familiar with everything on the market/try as much as possible ;)

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