Cinnamon Isle from Paper Box Goodies

cinnamonisleTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Oolong

Where to Buy:  Paper Box Goodies

Tea Description:

This Oolong is a spicy trip to the tropics, with hibiscus, passionflower, and cinnamon (duh) all coming together to whisk you away. Oolong tea steeps for 3 minutes, and is known to boost your metabolism.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I am such a fan of Paper Box Goodies.  Leslie@Paper Box Goodies creates such a fantastic no fuss kind of tea. Her attention to detail isn’t lost on the no fuss packaging she offers either.  Each tag on the tea bag is beautifully done and she even includes a gorgeous shrinky dink tag with each one that I have been saving to make earrings out of one day./

This particular tea is an oolong, a cinnamon oolong, a different take on oolongs that I’ve had in the past.  I prepped this up in my One Touch Breville and let it steep 3 minutes like the tag says.

I let this cool for a few minutes and took a drink.  Sweet roasted oolong goodness with a spicy cinnamon lingering taste.  Like I said, Paper Box Goodies packs a fantastic flavor for having such a no fuss tea appearance.  I really enjoyed this tea.  Each sip I was giving the same fantastic flavor.  Sweet and spicy with an oolong twist.

I’ve come to love the teas Paper Box Goodies has to offer and have come to learn that the teas they offer will always be delicious.  These teas are perfect for work.  I swear if I hadn’t known better I would have thought these were loose leaf teas.  I’m just not used to tea bags having this much flavor.  There have been a few here and there, but Paper Box Goodies has some of the best bagged tea out there.

This may not be my favorite of their offerings but I am still really enjoying it.

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