Market Spice Tea

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Cinnamon, Orange, Honey, Spices, Sweet
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 11 oz / 340 ml

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From Market Spice

Natural spices, flavored with cinnamon, orange peel, and essential oils.

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19 tasting notes

I just about don’t drink flavored teas. But this and Twinings’ loose-leaf earl grey are I supposed my guilty pleasures. I don’t even like cinnamon, but I love this.
I only make it with milk, however (and then make a liter and drink all of it and feel gross), so I can sort of pretend it’s just really tasty milk and not flavored tea. I purchased this after having Blackflower and Co’s Signature Chai, which seems like it’s more or less the same sort of thing. Both with that rich-in-oil sheen on the leaves, and those little bits of orange. I’d also heard of it all over, but never realized that it was from right here in Seattle (I live nearby).
If you almost-but-don’t-quite like this tea with water, I strongly recommend making it with milk. 1tbsp/8oz of milk. Mmmm.
You will, however, want to daub off the little sheet of warm-milk-stuff/oils. It comes off in one piece, though, and is also sort of neat and weird.
It just tastes all warm and snuggly.

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29 tasting notes

A gift from my tea loving friend, this is the tea that started it all. It brought back memories of an orange pekoe tea my mom used to buy for me when I was younger. It was so strong when I opened it, I was unsure I would like such a thing. Brewing my first cup of this, I was amazed that it actually tasted like it smelled. It is reminiscent of Christmas in a cup.

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5 tasting notes

So yum, when it is raining and your throat is scratchy. Just have to be in the mood for this one. Sweet-hot cinnamon….mmmmmmm. Sometimes I feel it is an old ladies tea – due to only old ladies ask for it when I owned my stores…so DUB me an OLD LADY.

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This is a warm fuzzy tea for me… as in memories. I love Pike Place!=D

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100 tasting notes

It’s not vile but it’s unsettling. I had a few sips and it made me sick to my stomach.


Looks like you and Auggy are in the same boat. Yikes! :(


Which is a shame because it means I can’t pawn off the rest of it to him! (Not that I typically do that to him. Oh no. Never!)

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427 tasting notes

Backlogging I got some of this tea from TeaEqualsBliss thank you very much. This tea tastes like cinnamon and abit of clove and a touch of orange and you can taste the medium strength black tea which is pleasant. I think this tea is good. Just a tad strong for me though.

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81 tasting notes

This is one of my favorites. I keep this in my freezer – the tea bags strongly smell like cinnamon and and have an oil to them. This tea I drink hot and add a shot of zwack liquor to it for a bedtime toddy. It does stand out in my tea collection due to the cinnamon smell and taste.

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212 tasting notes

Again more of that lovely cinnamon, with an interesting orange note. A nice tea to snuggle up with on a cold day.

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125 tasting notes

I drank the decaf loose leaf version, as well as the iced tea version, and I thought this was a truly excellent tea: Very strongly flavored (which I like), excellent cinnamon flavor, and hints of citrusy orange. The cinnamon made the tea both sharp and sweet, and the orange added a bit of sweetness also, such that milk and sugar weren’t necessary – although one could add either milk, sugar, or both, and the tea would hold up well (although I did notice that when adding milk, the orange aroma all but disappeared.)

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22 tasting notes

I love going to Pike Place Market and picking up more Market Spice tea. It’s heavily cinnamon, which I love, and not too heavy on the orange part. I have found you need to keep this in a tin or airtight bag, however, as the oils will end up soaking through paper or a ziploc baggie. But at least the whole drawer ends up smelling yummy!


Ditto to every word of this:)

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303 tasting notes

Am I drinking Good Earth Sweet & Spicy tea, right? That’s what Market Spice taste EXACTLY like. It’s more oily, but it’s Good Earth’s unknown sister I think. Still very good, but for the price, I’ll stick with Good Earth.

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