The dry aroma is fruity, yet sharp, with a mingled whiff of aniseed. Once steeped the aroma turns to sweet cinnamon notes and a liquid of deep yellow, whilst the flavour is an elixir of prominent cinnamon and aniseed, with a subtle hay note. This isn’t necessarily the prettiest looking blend and the combination of ingredients is a little unusual, but the notes are warming and tasty, capturing the essence of Christmas well enough. A bit of an oddball, nothing extravagant, but nothing to be overlooked either.

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Flavors: Fruity, Grass, Spicy

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