Buttery with a hint of vanilla. Envision the aromas of fresh caramel cooking on a stovetop.
Black tea, Butterscotch chips, Calendula + Sunflower petals, Natural Flavors
Caramel owes much of its legacy to the famous chocolatier Milton Hershey. Before branching into chocolate, Milton brought a confection normally made by gandmothers using butter, vanilla, and sugar to national attention. The taste of caramel is truly amazing. Any way you look at it caramel is delicious! Its sweet butteriness makes this tea one of the great dessert teas! The slight vanilla notes of the blend mix perfectly with a little milk and a dash of sugar.
FOR HOT TEA:
Bring freshly drawn cold water to a rolling boil. Place 1tsp of tea for each cup into teapot. Add boiling water, cover and let steep 3-7 min. Add milk and sugar to taste. Acceptable to consume 'straight up.'
FOR COLD TEA:
(1QT/ltr)Place 6tsps of tea in a heat resistant pitcher. Add 1 1/4 cups freshly boiled water. Steep 5 min, Quarter fill a serving pitcher with ice water. Add steeped tea and fill with ice water. Garnish and sweeten to taste.