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  • “This smells really interesting in the bag, but the flavor isn’t translating how I’d hoped. There is something a little savory and broth like in this for a second and it’s a little tart at the end...” Read full tasting note

From Arthur Dove Tea Co.

A spiced and fruity black tea blend comes once a year for Easter which usually, this time of year is just for bunnies and believers I know there’s some theology, but let’s not be too serious It’s just a bit of fun you see; the view is very clear to us!

Black Tea (Sri Lankan Black Tea, Chinese Yunnan Black tea), Cinnamon, Ginger, Hibiscus, Apple Pieces, Rosehip,
Freeze-dried Cranberry, Orange Peel, Freeze-dried Cherry, Natural Flavouring

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This smells really interesting in the bag, but the flavor isn’t translating how I’d hoped. There is something a little savory and broth like in this for a second and it’s a little tart at the end from the modest level of hibiscus. I’d like to lower the steeping temp and maybe time in hopes to get a different cup from this tea. It isn’t bad, I just haven’t figured it out. I have no idea what hot cross buns taste like. I’ve only once recently come across a place that sells them, but they were sold out by the time I got there. It would be fun to do a side by side comparison of this tea and it’s namesake bun!

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Courtney

Hot cross buns are delicious!

Courtney

I hope you figure out the tea!

gmathis

I’ve had grocery store attempts at hot cross buns, but I wouldn’t rely on their authenticity.

Dustin

I hope I figure the tea out too! What do they taste like? The place that was sold out was a bakery that was a little on the fancy side, so I’d hope they’d be somewhat true to the pastry. Are they a seasonal before Easter thing? I have some googling to do!

gmathis

The ones I’ve had are something like a very slightly sweet yeast bread with a little powdered sugar glaze on top; sometimes raisins in the dough, sometimes candied fruit.

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