Cafe Caramel Pu-erh

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Brown Sugar, Leather, Molasses
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Lemon Lily

Bold and unique, the earthy flavour adds character to this tea aged through years of fermentation. We’ve complimented this vintage tea with natural caramel flavour and added a touch of espresso to make it an indulgent morning treat.

Ingredients: Organic Black Tea, Organic Espresso Beans, Organic Palm Sugar.

100% Organic & Natural

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Got this from the Toronto Tea Festival as I’m trying to cut coffee derived caffeine on work day mornings (really not a morning person…) and switch to tea derived caffeine instead. This looked promising, since it had a combination of coffee and tea. It has loose leaf puer and coffee beans, mixed with brown granules that I would guess is sugar and perhaps some other flavours. Trying this now just brewed in water, but I think this could work nicely as a latte. Taste-wise I find its still more puer than coffee, and thats probably because the coffee beans are still kept whole in this blend, so I can’t imagine a lot of coffee extraction going on.

I also found that because the leaves and coffee beans are quite light relative to the sugar granules, it takes a bit of work to scoop out a nice even blend of the tea, coffee and sugar. The one improvement suggestion I’d have is to have the sugar separately added which avoids this problem from happening – I think it’ll be quite uneven once I approach the end of the blend.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Leather, Molasses

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

I really liked this coffee & tea blend if you’re looking for a different one to try. I’m not sure if their site is in CAD$ but theu do free shipping in Canada for any quantity.

leaf in hot water

oh that one sounds great! and they even have chocolate in it…yummm

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I didn’t really like this one, and I don’t really want to talk about it.
(It wasn’t THAT bad; it was just disappointing.)


Can’t say I’ve been terribly impressed by any of the Lemon Lily teas I’ve tried.

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Cavocorax and i split this one at the tea festival. As i was pulling this one out to brew it, i realised that there was a bunch of granules in the bag that i hadn’t remembered seeing when we divided the bag. When i looked at the ingredients though, i suspect that these are the palm sugar. i brewed this up anyway, though as i suspected it’s a little too sweet for my tastes. I made it in latte form to add to the creaminess but the sugar is a little much. I may see if i can filter the sugar out of the bag. Cavo – if you try this and it could benefit from some sugar let me know hahaha.

Overall though, not a bad cup, and one i’ll likely to keep brewing as a latte. It’s a nice coffee/tea blend as far as coffee/tea blends go. I’m not the worlds largest fan of that sort of thing, but it’s a nice thing to have occasionally!


LOL. Thanks for the warning!


personally i want the sugar gone.

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I got this at the tea festival too! finding it hard to measure out the tea, beans, and sugar consistently, the difference in size is too much to keep things uniform.


i got rid of the sugar. it’s unnecessary


I was curious about this one too but more because I really wanted to buy something from them to try and it was the only one that was a somewhat non standard tea (caffeinated). Ultimately not a good enough reason. Still, I’m glad to see it reviewed :)

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