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Maple Taffy

Flavored Black Tea

The traditional way of making Canadian maple taffy is to take heated maple syrup and pour it on a layer of snow which rapidly cools the syrup and thickens it. We take real dehydrated maple syrup, cinnamon and white popcorn. Great pairing for fluffy buttermilk pancakes.

$3.00


About This Tea

Ingredients

Black Tea, Cinnamon Pieces, Dehydrated Maple Syrup, Cinnamon Rods, Flavoring, Popcorn, White Cornflower Blossoms

Taste

Medium bodied with sweet cinnamon and maple highlights

Infusion

Dark Copper

Caffeine Level

Medium

Brewing Guide

Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

1 tsp

Time

4 mins

Customer Reviews

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H
H.M.
One of my favorites!

I’ll take anything maple but this is definitely a delicious tea!

M
M.
Cozy tea

Very thankful this is not classified as a seasonal tea and can be enjoyed year 'round. Personally, the aroma takes me back to fall carnivals, hay rides or wrapped up in a blanket watching the leaves fall. I've added to my regular rotation.

J
J.
Perfect Afternoon Pick-Me-Up!

We always get sugar cravings around 3pm in the afternoon, and when that happened today, we tried out this new tea to curb the cravings until dinner! Not only did it work, but it saved me extra calories and gave us all a delicious treat! Both my husband, my daughter and I thouroughly enjoyed the aroma and the taste of this tea! Definitely ordering more of this one, after trying the sample!

M
M.
My favorite tea!

I’ve been purchasing this tea for a few years now and am so glad they put it in the regularly available teas instead of seasonal. I can drink this all day. I use it as a dessert substitute at night with a little milk and honey. It is so delicious. I have a few friends hooked on it too now. Love love love it!

M
M.
Love!!!

I have sampled many teas but usually end up sticking to my salted chocolate caramel and vanilla cream. I am definitely adding this one to my rotation! I hope they change their minds on it being a seasonal tea!!