Scottish Caramel Pu-erh

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Almonds, Butterscotch, Pu Erh Tea
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  • “A sample from whatshesaid and inspiration from Cameron B for a sipdown! This one has far more scent than actual flavour, but the scent is really nice. It has that earthy (fishy-ish) scent, but very...” Read full tasting note
  • “Too funny! I was just talking about (in my Chocolate Orange review) how I wanted to try the Scottish Caramel Pu-erh that seems to exist all over Steepster in many incarnations. Not sure now similar...” Read full tasting note
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Scotland meets China in this decadent blend! This shou Pu-erh begins with the familiar earthy, musty character – but combined with the sweetness of caramel and toffee, it delivers a sweet, burnt, sugary flavor that’s a perfect treat. This tea is like dessert in a cup – and delivers a sweet, decadent finish. A great introduction to pu-erh tea!

Ingredients: Pu-erh tea, butterscotch pieces, almond pieces, and natural flavors.

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A sample from whatshesaid and inspiration from Cameron B for a sipdown!

This one has far more scent than actual flavour, but the scent is really nice. It has that earthy (fishy-ish) scent, but very light, then a layer of a delicious baked butter scent over top.

The taste is a smooth black base that isn’t too thick with the subtlest hint of caramel, maybe toffee in the background. The caramel/toffee taste comes out more as it cools.

The world of pu’erhs is overwhelming to me, so I’m happy I had the opportunity to try this one!

Also, I’m excited to have crossed two things off my list today! A patient success story for my volunteer role and part A of an ecology assignment. Yay! Next up, another ecology assignment, a paper for peatlands, and a volunteer blog post. :)

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derk

Your school notes bring a smile. I studied conservation and wetland ecology.

Courtney

I love that! I so rarely meet people who haven’t studied the same/something similar. Can I ask, do you work in a conservation or ecology field? :)

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Too funny!

I was just talking about (in my Chocolate Orange review) how I wanted to try the Scottish Caramel Pu-erh that seems to exist all over Steepster in many incarnations.

Not sure now similar this one is to others but I didn’t even know I owned it!

My husband had signed me up for a TOTM club for my birthday in 2013, unfortunately most of the teas came when I was pregnant and totally opposed to the idea of drinking it (not morally, it just turned my stomach)…. So they all remained sealed in my kitchen cupboard because I was hoping to preserve their freshness and recently decided I wanted to drink some others down before opening new ones.

I was doing a little tea inventory earlier and found this, awesome surprise!

I really enjoyed it. It was more of the deep, “burnt caramel” toffee taste vs the creamy buttery type, but it worked well with the pu’erh. I loved how rich it brewed up!

I was able to add so much milk and it stayed thick and hearty and delicious!

I’m looking forward to trying some straight pu-erh and might do a pricy Lupicia order one day to try their offerings.

I guess the other one I will have to try someday is that Cinnamon Swirl Bread by Steap Shoppe that I’ve seen people raving about!

boychik

I have this , i got it from Angelina’s tea. I dont know if its the same Metropolitan tea but I loved it a lot!

DeliriumsFrogs

Sounds so super yummy!

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