Dirty Wizard

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Tasting notes: I used a a chocolate-orange pu erh in this, which has that nice earthiness to it, and accented it with some spice and cinnamon to add a hint of fire. This tea is very smooth and has a nice natural sweetness to it.

Blended with: Pu-Erh Tea, Black Tea, Orange Peels, Cocoa Nibs, Blue Cornflowers, honeybush tea, apple pieces, aniseed, lapsang souchong tea, rose hips, cinnamon bark, red peppercorn, cloves, Natural Chocolate Flavor, natural cinnamon flavor, natural orange flavor, safflower, natural hazelnut flavor

“Well, my social anxiety is getting the best of me. I’m taking a walk; goodbye.” – Caleb Widogast

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Oh boy, there are a lot of flavours happening in this tea! Like, the ingredient list is mad busy. However, the somehow feels appropriate for a blend inspired by Caleb Widowgast – my beloved arsonist dirty murder hobo wizard from Critical Role’s second campaign…

Despite how much is happening here in terms of ingredients, they all come together really cohesively. I see that there seem to be some similarities in terms of flavour/ingredient direction compared to the other Caleb inspired blend I own (the one from HelloSweetea that I helped create) – namely orange and Lapsang souchong. Both of those notes come through in the steeped cup but they’re not center stage flavours; more gentle undertones. Instead this is more of a full bodied and rich profile of spiced chocolate. Ginger, cinnamon – those sort of warming spices. It’s nice.

I like the one I helped make better (for probably very biased reasons) but I see the direction and intent here and it does make for a very pleasant cuppa!

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