Jamaican Rum

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Black Tea
Black Tea, Calendula, Pineapple, Safflower Petals, Sunflowers
Coconut, Hay, Malt, Nutty, Pineapple, Rum, Brown Sugar
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The taste is truly memorable..close your eyes and be tempted with the tranquil evenings of the Caribbean.

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Dipped into this tea last week, and was surprised by how pleasantly boozy/rum like it actually tasted! From the smell of the dry leaf, I was actually expecting a little bit more of an orange flavour – and while it does taste a bit of orange, it mostly reminded me of a very mildly spiced type of rum. Sort of like the Captain Morgan’s I drank in highschool? But in a nostalgic sort of way. Smooth, and enjoyable overall.

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1241 tasting notes

Taken with milk.

This one is pretty nice, with a satisfying combo of pineapple, coconut, and malt notes. The coconut is a little baffling, because it’s not a listed ingredient, but I swear you can taste it; the nutty element may be attributed to the sunflower, as well as my brain’s tendency to pair pineapple with coconut! The tea also delivers on the booze, with an aggressive astringent nip.

All in all, I enjoy this one, even if I wish the base was something more special! I enjoyed the far sweeter Buttered Rum from David’s Tea+, and the more perilous but fancier One Night in Rio! from Camellia Sinensis (always scared coconut will expire and become soap), so not too surprised I like this one as well. I’m going to play around, and potentially make it into a Rum Hot Toddy or a Sweet Tea Rum Punch (Note to self: https://food52.com/recipes/77603-sweet-tea-rum-punch).

+Buttered Rum: A spider (Edit: probably wasn’t a spider as ashmanra points out) somehow made it’s home in my last tin. Needless to say I didn’t get to savour my remaining 40 grams, because.Webs.Everywhere. I’m still heartbroken but at least we have other rum teas!

TMI or TW: If bugs make you uncomfortable you probably won’t want to read the comments on this note!

Flavors: Coconut, Hay, Malt, Nutty, Pineapple, Rum

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Unless you actually saw a spider, I am guessing those are little webs from larvae of some kind of Indian Meal Moth. I got them in a blend with dried fruit pieces.


Delightful! I honestly couldn’t bring myself to look too closely, but that sounds more realistic. The web’s look similar too; it was a fine coating.


egads, no thank you buggish tea.


I once used a red pepper bottle (pizza topping) and halfway through the bottle, I looked at closely and saw it was loaded with bugs. I bet I ate a lot of bugs. Ewww.


oh no no no Kawaii!


Ahhh… This is why I don’t look too closely once I’ve committed to eating or drinking something. If I spot a spider, silverfish, ant, or larvae beforehand (that’s my count), great, but once I’ve dived in, ignorance is truly bliss XD

My heart goes out to you, Kawaii433


Oh my goodness, this whole comment thread is giving me the shivers!


Well this is a whole load of nope I wish I hadn’t read.


Yikes! I didn’t need to read this thread either! I’m glad I don’t have too many tins.


Ah, lol.. I’m going to do a quick TW on the original note re-bugs. Sorry, guys.


Lmao, at least I’m informed as well as grossed out.

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