Tea type
Black Spice Blend
Ingredients
Almonds, Black Tea, Cinnamon, Cloves, Cornflower Petals, Saffron
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Caffeine
Low
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “2023 sipdown no. 111 Thank you to Martin for this tea! This one is certainly a winter spice blend. I would say it leans into the clove flavour, which I often find both strong yet thin? I’m not...” Read full tasting note
  • “What? I haven’t written a note for this tea yet? Winter is coming! That’s quite expected pun, I guess. Anyway, indeed teas with spices are coming to my intended flavour profile more often than in...” Read full tasting note
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Winter Tea is black tea with warming and aromatic additives. It is a perfect proposition for winter evenings. The wonderful aroma and warming properties of this tea were obtained by mixing pieces of cinnamon sticks, almonds, cloves, cornflower and safflower. The tea is characterized by a rather intense cinnamon-almond-tangerine aroma.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Cinnamon, Almond Pieces, Cloves, Cornflower, Saflor, Cinnamon-Almond-Mandarin Aroma

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2023 sipdown no. 111

Thank you to Martin for this tea!

This one is certainly a winter spice blend. I would say it leans into the clove flavour, which I often find both strong yet thin? I’m not quite sure how else to describe that. Whenever clove is heavily included, it almost tastes like clove water. I would say that’s true here where it seems to lack some depth. The cinnamon is there too, but behind the clove in my opinion. Unfortunately I don’t really get any almond. Regardless, not a bad cuppa, but there are nicer winter spice teas out there.

Martin Bednář

Definitely I agree there can be improvements in this blend.

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What? I haven’t written a note for this tea yet?

Winter is coming! That’s quite expected pun, I guess. Anyway, indeed teas with spices are coming to my intended flavour profile more often than in summer. This tea have got strong tangerine note when opened, followed with almonds and spices.

When brewed, it reminds me rather a hot cocoa with almond notes. But when sipped, it’s back black tea base (which is pretty basic), with cloves and sweet citrusy note. Afteral it contains tangerine flavor and aroma. The cinnamon is sweet one in this blend and sometimes as well quite distinctive. Almonds could be stronger.

Does it say winter to me? Definitely yes. Would I drink it during winter? Definitely. Is it perfect? Sadly not. Just good and enjoyable… but I miss something in this blend. Maybe it is stronger almond note isntead the spices.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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