Pear Caramel

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Caramel, Pear
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “Since this one had one of the lower ratings in my cupboard currently, I decided to try it cold to see if it would work. Not really. No. 2 said “it tastes like nothing.” It’s going into the hot...” Read full tasting note
    71
  • “Cup of my morning. I never really seem to be able to pull the pear out of this, which I imagine would act as a crispness at the edge of the caramel. I just get a caramel black, which is very nice,...” Read full tasting note
    69
  • “Mmmm. Tasty. First infusion. I’m drinking it with milk and sugar but it’s almost too sweet with added sugar. The pear note is juicy but more delicate than the rich caramel. Definitely a dessert...” Read full tasting note
    84

From Leland Tea Co

Pear Caramel is made with Washington State Pears blended with Ceylon and China black tea and sweet bits of rich, luscious caramel. A fantastic desert tea or afternoon treat.

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1993 tasting notes

Since this one had one of the lower ratings in my cupboard currently, I decided to try it cold to see if it would work.

Not really. No. 2 said “it tastes like nothing.”

It’s going into the hot sipdown category.

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Cup of my morning.
I never really seem to be able to pull the pear out of this, which I imagine would act as a crispness at the edge of the caramel. I just get a caramel black, which is very nice, but I think my imagined crisp pear edge would be phenomenal.

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Mmmm. Tasty. First infusion.

I’m drinking it with milk and sugar but it’s almost too sweet with added sugar. The pear note is juicy but more delicate than the rich caramel. Definitely a dessert tea.

I first had this at Lealand in San Francisco and I had to buy some. I’m running low now and rationing it now until I can get more.

I accidentally created a new brand category for Lealand. Is there anyway they can be merged?

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