Kama Sutra Revitalising Tea

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Cinnamon, Orange, Rose
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Boiling 3 min, 15 sec 1 oz / 15 ml

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From The East India Company

Kama Sutra tea is combination of fine black tea, sensuous blossoms and tantalising spices. Its deep aroma and strong full body brings romance in every sip.

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2830 tasting notes

Took some wise advice and lightened up considerably on the leaf and the steep time—just a couple of minutes—and this one is much better now.

I still can’t pick out any individual fruit/flower/spice flavors, it just tastes “purple,” but now it’s a clean grapey purple instead of bitter, muddy purple.


If it tastes like Dimetapp, I must get some.


Don’t laugh … there might be some similarities …

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Backlogging…review coming soon…

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Waiting patiently. Marked as “Like” based on past positive experiences. :-)


Oh! Yes!!! I enjoyed this tea!!! :)


I have it scheduled for 6pm est tonight :)


Please, can someone explain me what Backlogging means ?! I am french, so I don’t understand everything, and I read that word often without knowing what it means!!! Thank you!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

This is a good one. It is rather bold! I tossed out my first brewing of this tea, because I had used too much leaf – the smaller cut of the leaves makes for an incredibly strong tea, and when too much leaf is used, the tea becomes too strong and even a little bitter. But I remeasured, using a little less leaf this time, and I’m quite enjoying this cuppa.

The flavor is rich and satisfying. It has a citrus-y tone to it that is sweet and tangy. There are hints of spice to it as well, but not spicy spice. It is more of a sweet, exotic kind of spice taste.

A very enjoyable, revitalizing brew!

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After discovering the newly opened East India Company store in Convent Garden, I purchased this slightly on a whim. However I justified spending £9 on the 100g pack, because I’d thoroughly enjoyed a few teas from this particular company before and admittedly was quite enamoured with the glorious scent.
Due to whatever reason, it was only today I got around to making a cup. I didn’t make a full pot, instead I used my infuser ball with a single tsp of leaves to a standard size cup. The instructions provided are pretty clear and straightforward for whatever amount of tea you want to make.
It’s suggested you take this black tea with no milk and either a little sugar or honey to taste. As someone who isn’t a fan of honey in tea, I went with the sugar option. However after tasting I think I may leave out sweetening all together next time. Combined with the already sweet flavours of the orange and the cinnamon, it became almost too sickly sweet- and that is coming from a girl with an incredible sweet tooth!
Overall Kama Sutra is a beautiful and fragrant tea ,proving to be quite delicate despite the strong flavours included. I’m excited to share this tea with my tea loving friends and would definitely recommend this blend to anyone visiting a East India Company Store.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Orange, Rose

Boiling 3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 1 OZ / 15 ML

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