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Frosted Gingerbread

Frosted Gingerbread

Sale
552-50-P
In stock: 7
4.8
Germany
4.67
4.67
DE
Origin
Germany
Europe
Caffeine Level (mg/100g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+

Description

Not many treats symbolize the holiday season as much as gingerbread does; from festive houses to decorated gingerbread men, no wonder it is a classic beloved treat! Our delicious Frosted Gingerbread black tea blend is a unique and festive infusion that is sure to comfort and inspire good tidings.

Frosted Gingerbread features black tea, apple pieces, cinnamon, almonds, mandarin sections and spices for a delectable, full-flavored black tea taste that is sure to please. Once steeped, you’ll adore the mild and balanced spice taste of cinnamon and cardamom together with a hint of almond and sweet creamy taste of the yogurt granules. It is wonderfully steeped and enjoyed as is, and for a luxurious treat, we recommend that you add your favorite steamed milk of choice for a “Frosted Gingerbread Tea Latte”!

Featured ingredients

Almond
Apple
Cardamom
Cinnamon
This is how to do it:
1-1.5 TSP or 1 BAG
8oz / 200ml
205F / 95°C
3 - 4 min

Details

Ingredients:
Black tea, apple, half-fermented tea, cinnamon, freeze-dried yogurt, sliced almond, mandarin sections, star aniseed, cardamom, cinnamon rods
Warning:
Contains nuts and dairy

Reviews

by Lisa
March 2021
Very comforting tea. It’s like a big hug from grandma in wintertime. Well balanced. No one note overwhelms the others. Not overly sweet or synthetic. A fave!
by Lisa
March 2021
Very comforting tea. It’s like a big hug from grandma in wintertime. Well balanced. No one note overwhelms the others. Not overly sweet or synthetic. A fave!
by Christie Lee
August 2017
Hands down the best chai tea blend. The flavors are all there, pure and full and balanced. If you want a traditional "chai" prepared with milk, look no further- this is the tea you want to use. Its perfect.
by Lill
May 2020
It was very good but perhaps a bit too citrusy for me. The ginger didn’t really come through