Witch's Brew

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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (139)! Thank you Liquid Proust for the sample! I was highly intrigued by the ingredients list for this blend. There were a lot of different/unique sounding things, such as the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Chamomile is strong with this one. I do taste honey but no toffee. I can tell there is tea in this and not just herbals but I would be hard pressed to pick out Assam as one of the teas. Normally...” Read full tasting note
  • “This to me is a bit of a confused blend, but one I am going to definitely try again. The chamomile is very strong and has a very rich flavor, not leaving much room for the other flavors to pop. I...” Read full tasting note
  • “Backlog: This was a limited edition blend that was released around Halloween. I actually ordered it a few days or so after Halloween, I think. My full-length article outlines the story that...” Read full tasting note

From M&K's Tea Company

Broo! Spooked ya, scared ya. This tea doesn’t have real witches inside (apparently that’s illegal), but it does have witch hazel bark! Witch’s Brew combines sweet Ceylon tea and hearty Assam tea with sleepy-inducing chamomile and a host of other herbs in order to blend into this secret holiday brew. Try it with some cream and sugar for a real treat!

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Cold Brew Sipdown (139)!

Thank you Liquid Proust for the sample! I was highly intrigued by the ingredients list for this blend. There were a lot of different/unique sounding things, such as the Skull Cap herb. Unfortunately, all I could taste was licorice root and chamomile. So, you know, not the most spectacular flavour. Likely ’cause I dislike chamomile.

God do I hate chamomile…

Daylon R Thomas

Chamomile is so hit or miss for me. It’s either creamy and sweet with the right ingredients, or way to dry.

Daylon R Thomas

Though sweet is a weird adjective.

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790 tasting notes

Chamomile is strong with this one. I do taste honey but no toffee. I can tell there is tea in this and not just herbals but I would be hard pressed to pick out Assam as one of the teas. Normally licorice root is something I avoid because it makes my lips unpleasantly sweet after drinking. Maybe the roasting changes it somehow. I noticed it in the back of my throat but not as strongly as I would have expected and none on my lips.

It wasn’t horrible but it also wasn’t anything I’d purchase. Glad to have been able to try it! Thanks, LP!

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514 tasting notes

This to me is a bit of a confused blend, but one I am going to definitely try again. The chamomile is very strong and has a very rich flavor, not leaving much room for the other flavors to pop. I do love chamomile but this blend seemed overly chamomile like. I love M&K’s Pumpkin Patch Spice blend so next time I order more, I’m going to grab another sample of this one. Maybe with a bit of experimenting this tea can really pop.

http://www.cuppageek.com/index.php/2015/10/20/mks-fallhalloween-tea-fun/

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Backlog:

This was a limited edition blend that was released around Halloween. I actually ordered it a few days or so after Halloween, I think.

My full-length article outlines the story that expresses my appreciation for this company’s customer service: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/11/29/witchs-brew-black-tea-from-mks-tea-company/ I enjoy doing business with companies like this.

The black tea is a blend of Ceylon and Assam. They offer a solid background of flavor. The licorice root is strong. It’s a ‘honey roasted’ licorice root, so I also taste notes of honey. I’ve since tried some of this honey roasted licorice root in a chamomile blend and I think that the honey roasting is nice – it softens the sometimes sharp edge of licorice root.

Sweet toffee notes and a strong chamomile flavor. Floral. It’s good, but it’s a tad on the bitter side. I could have done without the bitterness, fortunately, some of that subsided as I continued to sip.

Nichole/CuppaGeek

This is one of theirs I missed out on. Hopefully they re-blend it for this year.

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