It could be age but this tastes like card board. I dumped the cup and tossed the rest of the sample.
“Sipdown (300) It could be age but this tastes like card board. I dumped the cup and tossed the rest of the sample.” Read full tasting note
“Tried this a latte and it is pretty tasty. I do get some carrot flavor but it does not remind me of carrot cake. Still a good cuppa tea though.” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown (531)! I had every intention of finishing this one off on Easter because it was so thematically appropriate – but I ended up finishing it off the day after instead because I got tired and...” Read full tasting note
Warm and earthy, a cup of this will definitely give you that cozy feeling all over. Have your cake and sip it too!
Black tea leaves, dried carrot, cinnamon bark, walnuts, allspice, natural and artifical flavouring
60-90mg per 8oz. Cup (average 8oz coffee contains 150-200mg)
*Please note that caffeine levels can vary due to many factors, including water temperature, steeping time and amount of tea leaves used per cup
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I had every intention of finishing this one off on Easter because it was so thematically appropriate – but I ended up finishing it off the day after instead because I got tired and went to bed a lot earlier than intended. It feels like all I do right now is work and then sleep…
This was actually the most impressive cup of this tea I’ve had to date though; it had hints of cakeyness but most importantly it had some very nice, balanced spice notes (both allspice and cinnamon, but I swear nutmeg too) and a very authentic, sweet carrot undertone and finish. I think in the last half year I’ve really come to greatly appreciate carrot as an addition to tea, and the natural sweetness it can provide a blend. It really is a much better alternative to licorice root or stevia. So, a very nice cup.
And one less number to worry about.