Bonfire Herbal

Tea type
Black Honeybush Blend
Ingredients
Aniseed, Apple, Cinnamon, Clove, Cocoa Nibs, Honeybush, Lapsang Souchong, Orange Peel, Red Peppercorn, Rose Hips
Flavors
Cinnamon, Licorice, Pepper, Smoke
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Edit tea info Last updated by Shae
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  • “This one was sent by Shae, and I’m just getting around to a note when it’s a sipdown. I’m not sure if this has caffeine in it, the ingredients are Lapsang, but it’s in the herbal section of the...” Read full tasting note
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Crisp autumn nights call for warmth and comfort and little can better provide them than an autumn bonfire. Behold our bonfire blend: Honeybush hazelnut and cocoa nibs relax and ground you, while a spice blend of aniseed, cinnamon, clove and orange peel offer cozy comfort and zest. Apples and rose hips add soft sweetness while lapsang* and red peppercorn offer hints of smoke and the flickering spark of heat.

1 tsp per cup steep at 212 for 5-8 minutes

https://tupelotea.com/bonfire-herbal/

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This one was sent by Shae, and I’m just getting around to a note when it’s a sipdown.
I’m not sure if this has caffeine in it, the ingredients are Lapsang, but it’s in the herbal section of the Tupelo tea web site.
I like this tea because it has a bunch of different notes that may not seem to work together, but I like cinnamon, licorice and pepper so I don’t mind them all melded into one. Add a bit of smokyness from the lapsang and there is a lot going on here! I’m not sure if I need this in my cupboard, but I’d be tempted to add it to an order. Thanks for sharing, Shae!

Flavors: Cinnamon, Licorice, Pepper, Smoke

Shae

I bought this one thinking it was caffeine-free and didn’t notice the Lapsang until later. I’m not sure why they labeled it as an herbal.

Roswell Strange

Sometimes it can be a really tough call how to ‘class’ a tea – I’m sure if it were in the black tea section you would also have people complaining that it’s barely a black tea/mostly herbal. That said, it doesn’t make sense to class it as caffeine free unless their website is just set up to automatically display everything tagged as ‘herbal’ in the caffeine section.

Shae

That definitely makes sense. I haven’t had this one in a while, so I can’t remember how light it was or if the black tea was more of a background note. I could see people being irritated though if they were expecting a black tea and it was more honeybush. I bought mine at a physical storefront, and if I remember correctly it was in the herbal section but I don’t remember it saying caffeine-free. That was probably just my assumption because they had it under herbals vs black tea.

Michelle

I think it would help if they labeled it ‘low caffeine’ or ‘not caffeine-free’ so customers could know at a glance, especially with the word Herbal in the tea name.

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