Honey Mead Black

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  • “I like the days when I barely wake up in the morning and know exactly which tea I’m craving.  And remember exactly which tea it actually is, even if I have only had it twice.  This is that tea and...” Read full tasting note
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The Honey Mead Black Tea Experience:
intense, fruity, sweet

Honey Mead Black Tea puts a new spin on the term “tea drunk”. It is said that drinking a lot of tea can give you a euphoric “buzz” from the combination of energizing caffeine and relaxing L-theanine in tea. Honey Mead Black Tea may not contain alcohol, but its powerful fruity notes and sublime sweetness are truly intoxicating!

Tasting Notes:
honey, ice wine, gardenia

Forward notes of muscat grape and fruit compote greet you as soon as you smell the tea, carrying over into the infusion as well. Intense notes of honey and tart cherries play on the tongue while a quiet hint of gardenia lingers at the back of your throat.

Everything old is new again. Honey Mead Black Tea honors two ancient beverages: Mead, the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage, and tea, another of the world’s oldest beverages. Mead is made by fermenting honey and water, sometimes with the addition of fruits and spices. Sip this tea and celebrate the complementary oppositions in life: old and new, light and dark, sweet and savory.

Ingredients: black tea, apple pieces, sultanas, apple cubes, flavor, cherry pieces, propolis

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I like the days when I barely wake up in the morning and know exactly which tea I’m craving.  And remember exactly which tea it actually is, even if I have only had it twice.  This is that tea and I didn’t even write a tasting note for it yet!  This is older now, but it’s a bright orange brew that has the sweet taste of cherries.  I was worried they were going to ruin it with bee pollen, but they didn’t.  It also doesn’t really taste like honey or mead.  Not that I know what mead tastes like.Maybe more like a cherry infused syrup or something.    I made sure to get a big dried cherry into the infuser for this tasting note!  I crave this once in a while, but it’s not the best tea I have ever had.
Steep #1// 1 1/2 teaspoons // 23 minutes after boiling // 2-3 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 4 minute steep

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