Sugar Plum

Flavored Black Tea

Think a tea can't twinkle? Think again. This flavorful limited edition seasonal covers the bases with the aroma and flavor of real plum and cinnamon with a dusting of sugar crystals (only 2-3 calories)

About This Tea

Ingredients

Black Tea, Peony Petals, White Sugar, Corn Syrup, Gum Arabic, Carnuba Wax, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor

Taste

Flavors of sweet dark fruit

Infusion

Dark copper with shimmering white

Caffeine Level

Medium

Brewing Guide

Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

1 tsp

Time

4 mins

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Yum!

Great flavors! The weather's been too warm to try the tea hot but it makes for a pretty awesome arnold palmer!

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a fave!

I was really surprised at the depth of flavor in this cup the first time I tried it - I expected a very artificial, very cloying, nondescript "fruitish" flavor as one sometimes finds in fruit-flavored teas on the market. I was blown away by the strength of the cup and the richness of the plum. I let mine steep long and at 212, and it was delectable with a splash of cream and some rock sugar. Would order again!

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Definitely A Favorite

Wonderful mild flavor and the plum is perfect. The sparkling sugar crystals are absolutely beautiful in the tea cup. I never expected to love the way a tea looks too!

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Sensational aromas and taste

After taking afternoon tea in an establishment in the desert, how thrilled I was to google Sparkling Sugar Plum and have me directed to Whistling Kettle! I was so happy to try this delicious tea once more. A sweet plum in a black tea with what, wait, could it really be a crystal floating on the surface? ;)

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Quality black tea with a mild plum flavour.

This tea has a great plum jam aroma and looks very festive with its glittery crystals. When I brewed it for four minutes it tasted like really high quality black tea with a very mild plum flavour. I put the leaves back in the tea for another two minutes and added a 1/4 tsp of sugar which helped develop the plum flavour.