Pure Leaf Black Tea with Vanilla
Pure Leaf hot Black Tea with Vanilla incorporates single origin Indian Assam tea with Madagascan vanilla beans to create a tea-forward taste with a delectable hint of vanilla. Madagascan vanilla is well known for its indulgent taste that lingers on your palate with a long, luscious finish. We use the orthodox black tea leaf with bright marigold petals and flakes of vanilla beans and natural flavoring to deliver a rich aroma and smooth, indulgent taste.
Place one pyramid tea bag in a mug. Bring water to a boil and let cool slightly. Pour eight ounces into the mug and brew for 3 minutes. Squeeze bag and remove.
Brews 16 servings of Pure Leaf Black Tea with Vanilla per jar.see more...
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the Green Tea with Citrus over the Black Tea with Vanilla. They are Rain Forest
Alliance Certified, of an Indonesian type of green tea or from India in Assam
black tea. I tried them hot and cold, with honey, sugar, plain, black tea with
milk, refrigerated and with ice, regular strength and diluted over a longer
time to see my impression. For my own health and item I was likely to buy on my
own and to combine better with my food choices, I feel my purchase in the future
will be the Green Tea with Citrus. It contained Lemongrass and the other
person drinking it has an acid condition, so the dried orange also made sense.
It does have Licorice Root though not sure how much and they have major health
issues and age, so of course I drink it more often. I do not remember the
health condition the Licorice affects or if it has interactions, but it was only
half a cup within a time they had digestive problems. Therefore, it was not
problematic. The Black Tea with Vanilla is within a range I often find in
brands so may be of interest to others but I did not like it with honey. It
has a pyramid type of bag which is stronger than the usual types and so it was
made in a French coffee press of several types, in a drip coffee maker, and just
poured into a mug or tea cup with heated water. I found it still worked with
being less in strength. For this one, I did not particularly find it interesting with milk either and preferred it hot and if added sweetness sugar.
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