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Apple Pieces, Black Tea, Butterscotch, Cocoa Nibs, Marigold Flowers, Natural Creme Flavor, Rose Hips
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Day 4 of advent. Very rich butterscotch candy scent when dry. I steeped it for just over three minutes, but I think that may have been too much. In addition to a strong butterscotch flavor there was also a tanic bitterness. Adding in cream helps mellow out that bite and blends well with the butterscotch flavor.
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Advent day 4! I had a somewhat hectic day, and I’m a bit behind on sipping through my advent offerings. This is a Brutalities flavor I’ve been wanting to try for awhile, so I was happy to see it in the advent. Unfortunately, it’s a bit of a miss for me. The butterscotch flavor is far too mild for my taste, and there’s something a bit too astringent/bordering on sour that just isn’t working for me.


Weird! I thought it had a fairly distinct butterscotch flavor. Maybe my sample had more bits of something flavorful than yours?


I thought it smelled pretty strongly of butterscotch, so I was surprised when it tasted so mild. Perhaps my tastebuds were effected by something I ate prior to tasting it?

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