Country of Origin: not listed
Leaf Appearance: dark and twisted, yellowish curls of coconut, flower petals add a punch of color
Ingredients: black tea, coconut flakes, vanilla beans, cornflower petals. With organic and natural flavouring
Steep time: 6 minutes
Water Temperature: 205 degrees
Preparation Method: Breville One-Touch Tea Maker
Liquor: reddish brown
This tea tasted exactly like what I would imagine buttered rum to taste like. It was super rich and creamy with notes of caramel. The vanilla and the coconut were perfectly matched and there was just the right amount of sweetness. I put one of my cups in the fridge so that I could try this iced and it was just as delicious. Summer cocktails anyone? I think I will have to pick up more of this because I’m fascinated with David’s Tea’s suggestion of blending it with dark rum, brown sugar and a splash of milk. I’m usually a bit more of a tea purist, preferring “straight” teas, but I’ve been very impressed with the selections that I’ve tried from David’s Tea.
Purchase this tea here.
(Blogger is being weird about adding links to the title so I’m doing this for teas where I couldn’t add the link as I normally do.)