Maple Delight

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
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Caffeine
High
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Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Had a rather odd sensation just now as I took the steeping leaves from my cup. Somewhere in my brain there was an idea that if I licked the leaves I might be able to taste more maple. Must be what...” Read full tasting note
  • “A big shout out to the wonderful Nicole who organized the group buy that allowed me to get this and a few other tasty sounding teas I will be getting to soon. I love the smell of this dry leaf....” Read full tasting note

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AROMA:Aromatic and sweet.
PALATE:Medium bodied with distinct maple syrup finish.
NOTES:High energy and high caffeine.
A truly authentic symbol of Canadiana, maple syrup adds a warm touch of pure, distinct flavour to our medium-bodied Ceylon black tea. Immerse yourself in this silky, sweet delight!

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Had a rather odd sensation just now as I took the steeping leaves from my cup. Somewhere in my brain there was an idea that if I licked the leaves I might be able to taste more maple. Must be what happens when you have a kid. Perhaps it was the sweetness of the maple scent that compelled me to think as I did.
I’m not very good at naming bases for black tea but I know I like this one. Woodsy. Slightly twiggy. I taste the maple coming through first and the black base finishing.

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That sounds lovely.

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A big shout out to the wonderful Nicole who organized the group buy that allowed me to get this and a few other tasty sounding teas I will be getting to soon.

I love the smell of this dry leaf. There is no question that there is maple flavor and black tea and only that in this tin. The brewed liquid certainly smells like black tea. I’m a little stuffy this morning so am having a harder time finding the maple in the scent. The first sips make me think that this needs more leaf than what was suggested on the tin. The addition of sweetener coaxes out more flavor.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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