Marzipan Schwarztee

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
Flavors
Almond, Marzipan
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I have a tea by the same company, only its a rooibos tea with almond. It’s funny, the more tea I drink the less leaves I steep it on. Once (upon a time) I used to steep on a whole spoonfull tea,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I am craving for something sweet since… ehm few days. And I need to stay awake for little while as well. So, black tea with marzipan flavour; while I don’t like marzipan much at all. A tea bag from...” Read full tasting note
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From Niederegger Lübeck

Marzipan Black Tea

Ingredients: Black tea, Almond Aroma, Vanilla Aroma

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I have a tea by the same company, only its a rooibos tea with almond.
It’s funny, the more tea I drink the less leaves I steep it on. Once (upon a time) I used to steep on a whole spoonfull tea, now its less than half of that amount. Maybe I am more sensitive?

The smell of this tea is deliciuos. It smells like a very sweet marzipan, yet taste like a bitter marzipan? Does it make sense to you? Hmm… I prefer the rooibos version of this, but I guess this is a fine backup to it. The color is brown/green, it’s sweet-bitter. Almost sour.

Bought some tea while I was away, so I am hoping to write about them soon – and in better detail as soon as I have the time <3

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I am craving for something sweet since… ehm few days. And I need to stay awake for little while as well. So, black tea with marzipan flavour; while I don’t like marzipan much at all.

A tea bag from Izzy, so again thanks goes to the UK. It’s her new favourite. Let’s see my thoughts.

Oh well, this is almond heavy marzipan aroma. There is no base in aroma. Only almonds. Brewed and rather went for shorter steep, but on recommended time. I don’t want to have super-sweet tea which I won’t be able to finish.

But wait! On first sip it’s not toothache sweet! The base isn’t noticeable in flavour as some malty base, or baked bread or anything; but it kills the sweet flavour of marzipan. Too bad there isn’t any in; but it’s maybe better?! Certainly in calories better. It is marzipan like for sure, but as I wrote, it’s not overly sweet.

I feel confused. Why it is like marzipan, with long aftertaste of almonds, but it isn’t overly sweet. Are there more almonds in Lübecker marzipan than I am used to?

Whoa. Would you recommend this tea? Ehhm, not sure? I think you need to have mood for it. Good for me today, but there are days I would hate it instead.

Flavors: Almond, Marzipan

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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