Creme Brulee

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Marigold Flowers, Vanilla Flavour
Flavors
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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  • “I assume this is the same creme brulee black tea that can be purchased at said Queen Mary Tea House in Seattle because that’s where I got it. My mother got some when we had afternoon tea (I had...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Rich, creamy notes. Accented with earthy undertones. The custard flavor without the custard guilt. If you love creme brulee you need to try this tea. I was a little worried at first when I saw...” Read full tasting note
    72

From Tea Queens

Inspired by the famous burnt cream dessert from the Queen Mary Tea Room in Seattle, Washington. This tea features a vanilla and buttery sweet flavor that has no parallel.

Ingredients:
Tea Queens selected Ceylon and Chinese black tea, marigold flowers, vanilla and custard flavoring. Contains caffeine

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757 tasting notes

I assume this is the same creme brulee black tea that can be purchased at said Queen Mary Tea House in Seattle because that’s where I got it. My mother got some when we had afternoon tea (I had the Almond tea which is also great) and I tried some of hers and had to buy some.

This particular cup is not as great as I remember, mostly probably because I oversteeped it by I don’t even know how long because I was brushing one of the cats and it is shedding season so that took longer than expected so it’s more burnt than caramel this cup but I have an entire canister and I intend to enjoy the crap out of it.

Kittenna

Sounds delicious!!

Arby

I feel a group buy coming on…I would love some of this (but can’t commit to a full bag/tin). They have a lot of great flavoured teas on their website.

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644 tasting notes

Rich, creamy notes. Accented with earthy undertones. The custard flavor without the custard guilt. If you love creme brulee you need to try this tea. I was a little worried at first when I saw ‘custard flavoring’ that it would taste artificial. But it’s not.

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