Capricorn (Teas of The Zodiac)

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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

Determination & strength are paired with subtle sweetness, to match your complexity & drive.

This black tea is great for those who want a classic cuppa with a little bit of a twist, subtly sweet with more full bodied notes as you sip – divine!

This 150g loose leaf tea & tin is presented in our Zodiac tin design, created by our in house designer Rosie. The perfect celestial addition to your loose leaf tea cupboard.

Black Tea, Liquorice, Cardamom, Natural Flavouring

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I taste a lot of licorice and also the cardamom. This isn’t bad, but it’s a little simpler than I’d prefer. I might also taste a bit of creaminess. I just wish it were all a bit bolder.

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So far this has been my favourite of the zodiac blends. Like Scorpio, it’s very straightforward with a full bodied, brisk and malty black tea base with additions of fresh, aromatic cardamom and just a bit of cream. There’s just enough natural sweetness present, and the flavour is rich which not overwhelming the base. I could see it being so phenomenal with a splash of milk. I am, for sure, a bit of a sucker for cardamom but it does feel a little more rare to see it in such a pure play way that just honors the flavour so entirely.

I would definitely buy this one again.

AJRimmer

I’m enjoying your zodiac tea reviews! I considered buying them when they came out, but the flavor profiles didn’t really seem that interesting initially. It sounds like the sachet sampler is the way to go!

Martin Bednář

Well, a first one from the reviewed from you which I would consider buying.

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