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White Christmas Black Tea Blend from 52Teas



Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  52Teas

Tea Description:

Here’s our premium black teas blended with peppermint, marshmallow root and organic flavors. I know we’ve done a few marshmallow/mint blends this year, but this might just be the crowning jewel. As a few of our 12 Teas of Christmas sampler purchasers have already commented, the black tea lends a faint chocolate note to the mixture of mint and marshmallow.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Oh yum!

I have tried the other marshmallow root teas that 52Teas has crafted in the past, and I’ve enjoyed them all, but, this White Christmas Black Tea Blend might just be my favorite thus far. (I don’t know though, the Sun and Cloud Mist Tea is really amazing too!)

First, I really like that the black tea is not overpowered by the other flavors.  I taste the black tea right up front, and while I do enjoyed my flavored teas, I do appreciate it when the tea is not overwhelmed by the flavors.  Here, the black tea is robust, rich, and delicious, with a moderate amount of astringency.  And as it has been mentioned on Steepster, there is the faintest note of cocoa to this that is quite delightful – and I can’t help but wonder how AMAZING this tea might have been with chocolate flavors too.  That’s not to say it’s not already delicious – it is! – but, I’m a chocoholic and chocolate always makes things taste better!

The peppermint is crisp and refreshing.  My mouth feels clean in the aftertaste, I can feel the cool mint tingle over my tongue.  Very invigorating!  I like how the marshmallow softens the mint somewhat though … this doesn’t taste TOO minty.  The marshmallow gives the cup a soft, sweet taste that I really like.

What a great tea!  I really like this one a whole lot.  Well done, 52Teas!

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