Maple Sugar

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59 / 100

Calculated from 52 Ratings
Tea type
Black Tea
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Apple, Black Tea, Cinnamon, Natural Flavours
Cinnamon, Maple, Oats, Apple, Medicinal, Caramel, Spicy, Yeasty, Clove, Metallic, Sweet, Maple Syrup, Artificial, Sugar, Spices, Brown Sugar, Butter, Pastries, Wood
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Typical Preparation
Use 12 oz / 367 ml of water
Set water temperature to 200 °F / 93 °C
Steep for 5 min, 0 sec
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69 Tasting Notes View all

“Kinda like drinking cinnamon, maple oatmeal? It’s not super flavorful but it’s not bitter so I like that. Not my favorite, but I’ll drink it :)” Read full tasting note
“I’m not normally a fan of the apple cinnamon flavor combination in teas, but, this tea sounded intriguing. Honestly, I think the black tea base is what drew me in. The dry leaf smelled…interesting....” Read full tasting note
“Cold steeping it really did help. Generally, I find that cold-steeping makes all the flavours blend together more seamlessly, and more mild. I cold-steeped this overnight in the fridge. I would...” Read full tasting note
“There’s a certain character to this that I can only describe as “yeasty”. Not much maple, though I appreciate the appley bits.” Read full tasting note


Ever hear that Quebeckers are obsessed with maple syrup? Well, it’s true. In our Montreal office, it’s not unusual to find people pouring it into their morning oatmeal, over fresh fruit and, of course, into their tea. It adds a hint of warmth and sweetness that’s totally unbeatable. So it was only a matter of time before we came out with this all-natural, maple-sweetened tea. With black tea, apple, cinnamon and real pieces of maple sugar, it’s a warming hug on a fall day – and a delicious taste of Quebec. (MK Kosher)

Price per 50g: $8.98


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