The Roasted Almond Black Tea Experience: A winter market in beverage form
You know the aroma of sugared nuts that wafts through the air at local Christmas markets and entices big-city shoppers anywhere within a one-block radius during the holidays? This is just like that. Except you can enjoy it any time you want, right at home.
Tasting Notes: vanilla, almond, coconut
Black Tea leaves are warmed up with almond bits and toasted coconut. Sea salt adds depth and richness to the flavor of the brew. Each sip of the caramel-colored infusion ends with a tingly aftertaste of smooth vanilla. This might just be our favorite wintertime blend!
Ingredients: Organic black tea, flavors, hand-cut vanilla bean, green tea, coconut, almonds, honey, sea salt, citric acid.
- 1.5 tsp Per Cup
- 4-5 Minutes
Savoring Your Experience:
Fuel your holiday shopping expeditions with a carafe of Roasted Almond Black Tea: it'll provide the flavor, warmth and caffeine you need. Or pair it with any of the dark, rich desserts of wintertime. Anything sweet with caramel, chocolate, spice, nuts or maple is probably a match.
Almonds were one of the first foods we humans ever cultivated. They were cultivated in China and distributed through the ancient Silk Road. They're mentioned in the Old Testament Bible. Much like some people shower newlyweds with rice today, the Romans once showered them with sugared almonds as a fertility charm. Today, some Americans share sugared almonds at weddings to represent blessings of happiness, fertility, health and wealth. And we love the aroma and flavor of sugared almonds (and Roasted Almond Black Tea) in winter and around special occasions - it's a tradition with a long history behind it!