Berry Maple Waffles

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Blue Cornflowers, Blueberry, Ceylon Black Tea, Cranberries, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Rose Petals
Flavors
Berry, Blueberry, Pastries
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
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  • “This was one that I kept adding and removing from my cart whilst deliberating and placing my order because my gut was telling me that it wasn’t going to be the greatest, and I was right. It’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I got this in my very first Amoda Tea subscription box. This blend comes from Naked Teas, which I haven’t tried before. This blend is a quality tea, rich in flavor, smooth, fragrant, big leaves...” Read full tasting note
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From Naked Teas

This is how we like our waffles: a spoonful of berries and just a drizzle of maple syrup, so we can still taste the goodness and the crispness of the waffle! That’s just what this tea is like. All the goodness of the toppings.. apple-y sweetness, dark berries with maple drizzle, but with the distinct notes of the ceylon tea below. Yum.

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This was one that I kept adding and removing from my cart whilst deliberating and placing my order because my gut was telling me that it wasn’t going to be the greatest, and I was right. It’s pretty much what I imagined: red berries with a dash of hibiscus. No maple. The base isn’t as astringent as I was expecting it to be considering it’s a Ceylon. Overall, this blend isn’t anything special. It tastes like a bagged tea I’d have at a restaurant when I’d feel like something more than water but calorie-free, you know? Not so memorable. I’m glad I only went wit the 10g size because I won’t be missing it once it’s gone.

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I got this in my very first Amoda Tea subscription box. This blend comes from Naked Teas, which I haven’t tried before. This blend is a quality tea, rich in flavor, smooth, fragrant, big leaves and pieces. The loose leaf is definitely beautiful to look at with cornflowers and apple pieces and little New England blueberries. I definitely taste the berry flavors, especially blueberry. The black tea base is starchier than I usually expect from a Ceylon, which might be part of the “waffles” aspect of this blend. There’s next to no maple syrup flavor, but the blend is smooth and very gently sweet. I think this is closer to a blueberry black tea, or maybe a blueberry scone tea. It’s a cute idea and a cute name, and well worth a try if you like bright, breakfast, berry flavors.

Flavors: Berry, Blueberry, Pastries

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