Almond Sugar Cookie

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Black Food Herbal Blend
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  • “Another sample from Miss B, and a delicious one it is! I think I’ve only tried a couple of “sugar cookie” blends before, and neither particularly stand out in my memory. I think it’s at least...” Read full tasting note
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From Perennial Tea Room

This fantastic flavored black tea blend has a great, truly nutty flavor. The Ceylon and Chinese black teas blend perfectly with the flavor of almonds, and the tea has the aroma of freshly-baked cookies!

It’s lovely on its own, or add a splash of milk and some sweetener for a decadent dessert tea. Like having your sugar cookie and drinking it too.

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Another sample from Miss B, and a delicious one it is! I think I’ve only tried a couple of “sugar cookie” blends before, and neither particularly stand out in my memory. I think it’s at least partly because sugar cookie is such a mild flavour anyway – although distinctive in its own right. This tea captures the flavour perfectly. The initial sip is sweet, smooth and creamy, with the almond emerging in the mid-sip and a sweet biscuit flavour running throughout. The almond isn’t harsh or overpowering in the way of marzipan, but soft and almost candied in flavour, just as you’d expect. The end of the sip features slightly malty, brown sugar-like notes. Deliciousness in a cup!

1 tsp, 3 minutes, boiling water. Splash of milk.

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