Icewine Tea

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Black Tea
Ceylon Black Tea
Grapes, Cinnamon, Tobacco
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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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From Canada True

A unique blend of pure premium Ceylon tea flavoured with nature identical Icewine.

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1683 tasting notes

Fruity, definitely fruity, and even winey. Just not tasty! I couldn’t even finish the cup. That makes three cups of tea that went unfinished today! I need to stop experimenting… (hahahaha as IF I could even attempt such a thing)
Not much else worth saying about this one. I was tempted to try it with milk but I doubt even that could save this.
That said, if anyone can find a use for this(cooking perhaps?), I have a bunch waiting to be used up!

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16 tasting notes

Delicious: fruity and velvety, to match a mellow-yet-uplifting mood that can only be brought about via the combination of pure premium Ceylon tea and Canadian vin de glace.

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1 tasting notes

I had this tea for the first time the other day and I fell in love! I just can’t find it online I live in the states so I’m bummed I can’t find it. As for those of you who don’t like it (Indigobloom) I don’t know why you found it untasty. You must not like simple teas like black tea. The icewine tea I found is tasty with just a little scoop of sugar. It brings out all the flavor and makes it robust. And as for Gramarye I didn’t find it to have a bad after taste at all that only happened when I left the bag in too long and it broke. As for me it will be a regular in my cuboard if i can find it again. :-)

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42 tasting notes

An almost perfume-like taste shows the presence of icewine flavouring in this bagged tea. The icewine adds a faint note reminiscent of Darjeeling, though to be more accurate it falls somewhere between the aftertaste of raisins and cream sherry. Probably not a tea I will seek out again, but good experiment for a few bags’ worth of variety in the daily cup routine.

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47 tasting notes

Smells delightful, with a sparkling winey sort of aroma. Sadly it doesn’t taste like much. I have the loose leaf version of this tea, not bagged, and I was pleased to see that the leaves weren’t crushed or broken. (ie not the usual tea dust).

Flavors: Grapes

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565 tasting notes

Nothing too spectacular about this tea. My first couple of sips were better then my last few. Perhaps it’s better hot. Also think i need to steep it for just a bit longer.

2 min, 15 sec

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12 tasting notes

Oops. I was in a rush when I prepped this tea and forgot about it until class time, so it was way over-steeped. This would probably be why it was way too cinnamon-y.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Tobacco

Boiling 8 min or more

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