Scottish Caramel Pu-erh
Organic Flavored Pu-erh Tea
What better way to sweeten rich Pu-erh tea than with creamy caramel? For tea drinkers new to Pu-erh, this is a good starting point. The deep, earthy Pu-erh flavor is softened with mouth-watering notes of burnt caramel and butterscotch. Our Scottish Caramel Pu-erh brews an exceptionally smooth infusion with a hint of fragrant almonds.
Organic Pu-erh tea, Organic Butterscotch + Almond pieces, Natural flavors. (Contains Allergen: Nuts)
Full flavored with caramel and toffee notes. Smooth with a sweet finish.
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I started dri.king the Scottish caramel Puh Er tea several years ago and it is the only tea that I drink now.
It doesnt need cream or sugar and leaves no after taste like some teas
I make this tea strong with cream and stevia and drink it first thing in the morning. Sooo good to wake up to. Rich and flavorful.
two cups and I'm set for the day.
This tea smells great. My husband loves drinking this in the morning instead of coffee. The caramel flavor comes through without being overpowering. Worth trying.
I admit to wondering about flavoring my pu-erh tea, which I’ve loved for many years. I chose samples of various pu-erhs and decided, why not? I’m so glad I did! I really enjoyed how the butterscotch and almonds played with the earthiness of the pu-erh.
I drink this tea every single day, year 'round, so when my local supplier went out of business I began the hunt for a replacement. I could not find exactly the taste I was used to, even with this tea, but this Scottish Caramel Pu-erh was the best contender and it is a very enjoyable cup of tea. Almost all other sellers use dried up bits of almond crunch-looking stuff, instead of simple/real almond slices, but not this tea. I sweeten it with Splenda for a very smooth treat. I really appreciate that The Whistling Kettle ships their orders right away, rather than dawdling around a few days and shipping when they get around to it. And I also like that I can buy their tea in larger quantities; for as much tea as I drink, it seems just stupid and wasteful to buy a zillion little 4 ounce packages, which is the only option provided by so many sellers. I can't be bothered with that. I know what I want; send me 5 pounds so I don't have to monitor my supply every week (they sent me 5 bags of 1 pound each, and that's fine). So the Whistling Kettle wins! I'm a regular customer now.