Comfort Blend Decaf Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Natural Orange Flavor, Organic Black Tea, Organic Cinnamon Chips, Organic Cloves, Organic Ginger, Organic Orange Peel
Flavors
Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove, Cloves, Fruity, Ginger, Orange, Orange Zest, Spices
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Caffeine
Decaffeinated
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling

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  • “One thing I appreciate about Plum Deluxe teas is that they offer decaf versions of some of their blends. I’m a fan of spiced teas, and really enjoyed their Comfort Blend tea. But I enjoyed the...” Read full tasting note
    88
  • “Same review as the caffeinated version, which I’ve attached here. The good news is that this tea does not suffer from using a decaf tea. However, it’s still somewhat blah and bland. The fragrance...” Read full tasting note
    70

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Available decaffeinated or caffeinated – Everybody loves a good cup of orange spice tea — and here at Plum Deluxe, we have our own simple recipe that we make whenever the moment calls for a classic hot or iced tea. We start with a fresh Ceylon black tea that has a wonderful vanilla aroma to it, and add dried orange peel, the best cinnamon chips we can find, and just a pinch of clove and ginger. With a little extra orange extract for added citrus, it’s got a gentle balance that will leave you feeling tranquil and revitalized.

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One thing I appreciate about Plum Deluxe teas is that they offer decaf versions of some of their blends. I’m a fan of spiced teas, and really enjoyed their Comfort Blend tea. But I enjoyed the decaf version more, since I could drink it in the evening or on days when I didn’t need the caffeine boost.

The scent in the bag is zippy and sweet with lush orange peel and snappy cinnamon. Both flavors a suited to pair with the tanin-y black tea base. Brewed, the spiciness mellows out, letting the tea flavor itself come to the forefront. The orange peels add to the natural citrus flavors in the tea, while the cinnamon brings a specific warmth and sweetness.

The ginger and cloves are thankfully a bit to the background, as those ingredients have a tendency to take over a blend if not used sparingly. I like ginger and cloves, but if I wanted to taste a tea with them, I would go for a chai. I prefer this tea when I want something warming but with flavor beyond the traditional chai flavors.

The orange is the crown jewel in this blend, separating it from chai teas, and adding an uplifting brightness to my mug.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove, Cloves, Fruity, Ginger, Orange, Orange Zest, Spices

Preparation
Boiling

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Same review as the caffeinated version, which I’ve attached here. The good news is that this tea does not suffer from using a decaf tea. However, it’s still somewhat blah and bland.

The fragrance on this is just amazing – luscious orange and spices, in a nice balance with each other. Unfortunately, the flavor falls a little short. It’s still good, but not as divine as promised. I don’t get any vanilla from this, and the tea base is a bit musty or earthy for these flavors. Again, it’s still good – maybe the fragrance was just so wonderful that I am let down by a perfectly adequate flavor.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Ginger, Orange

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