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.
Black tea, Cinnamon pieces, Dehydrated maple syrup, Cinnamon rods, Flavoring, Popcorn, White cornflower blossoms
Medium bodied with sweet cinnamon and maple highlights
This tea (Maple Taffy) is one of my absolute favorite teas for fall. I actually start craving it when the weather gets a little cool. It’s an earthy flavor with just a little sweet that is not over powering. I live in the South and The Whistling Kettle is so wonderful about getting it to me as soon as possible (usually about 4-5 days) and in today’s times that’s pretty quick from halfway across the US. I will definitely be a long time customer toThe Whistling Kettle.
One of my favorite teas. Black tea with a rich maple taffy flavor that provides just enough sweetness. Perfect served as is. Nothing more needs to be added.
This tea is sweet like a fair treat, with the maple aromas of fall. A really flavorful twist on black tea.
This tea has a lovely maple base that comes through very beautifully in the final cup. There's just something about the base black tea that I don't like - it reminds me of a tea I drank as a kid that I didn't particularly like. I'm still trying to understand what black teas I do and don't like, so it could be that. I love Earl Greys and don't get that same base flavor through those, so maybe they're made with different types of black tea? I'm not sure.
So yummy! A delicious pick me up in the afternoon. The maple really comes through. One of my favorites.