Porch Sippin Pecan

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Cinnamon Chips, Pecans, Safflower
Flavors
Pecan
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Caffeine
Medium
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “This was a most comforting cup first thing in the morning. The pecan pieces are definitely the most prevalent flavor, with the cinnamon chips being more in the aftertaste. I enjoyed the cup, but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I was looking into tea subscription services, asking around on my main Facebook group I frequent. It was a pass up between Plum Deluxe and Sipsby, and was going to try Sipsby, based on the fact you...” Read full tasting note
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Sometimes you just want to sit a spell and relax with a cup of tea. Whether that’s on the front porch, back porch – or heck, anywhere, even if you don’t have a porch – our fragrant, delicious pecan tea black tea blend is a brew you’ll want to sink into.

With a base of bold, vibrant, malty Orange Pekoe black tea from India pairs with rich cinnamon chips and actual pecans! The result is a strong tea that brews well whether you like it black, with milk/sugar, iced, or even whipped into a tea latte.

1 tsp for 8 oz, 3-5 minutes

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This was a most comforting cup first thing in the morning. The pecan pieces are definitely the most prevalent flavor, with the cinnamon chips being more in the aftertaste. I enjoyed the cup, but would’ve liked a more “pie” like flavor, or even an enhancement in the cinnamon department.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I was looking into tea subscription services, asking around on my main Facebook group I frequent. It was a pass up between Plum Deluxe and Sipsby, and was going to try Sipsby, based on the fact you can create a flavor profile, but I decided I needed to be a little adventurous. Ok, well, kind of. I decided to try out some sample based on flavors I liked, before I bought a box of surprises. Makes me a little nervous, considering I hate rose and lavender flavors.

anyway, a lot of what I like is in the black tea area (hate green, mostly) and I like flavors of nuts, vanilla, maple, apples, cinnamon, blueberry, but I’m willing to try almost anything that isn’t lavender or roses. I haven’t tried any kind of chocolate tea yet, but that’s next on my sample list.

I got a bunch of samples and some bigger bags, and I had a feeling I’d love Porch Sippin’ Pecan. Cinnamon, pecan, can’t really go wrong for me.
I feel like this needs to be brewed stronger than the instructions though, so I suggest 2 teaspoons instead of 1, but that might be because my mug is a little over 10 oz vs. 8 oz.
It’s very good with milk and/or sugar. I use lactose free milk and sugar in the raw with almost all my teas, unless it’s something that needs honey.

It’s a very subtle nutty tea that I imagine would go very well with scones, or shortbreads. Probably would be good with pancakes, and I may even try a dash of maple syrup in it next time. I enjoyed it with my knitting today.

Flavors: Pecan

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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