Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea

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Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea

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Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea is a whole leaf black tea from Ceylon and China flavored with three types of cinnamon, flavorings, naturally sweet orange peel, sweet clover – with no added sugar.  Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea is a perfect wintry cuppa yet some of our cinnamon tea customer’s brew this iced all year & special occasions.  One of our customer’s nickname for Hot Cinnamon Spice is “Miracle Tea” since Hot Cinnamon Spice does such a good job of settling an upset stomach or when suffering from a cold!

Depending upon tea leaf size, 1 oz of tea brews about 8-10 cups of tea.

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Tea Brewing InstructionsHot Cinnamon Spice Tea is a whole leaf black tea from Ceylon and China with three types of cinnamon, flavorings, naturally sweet orange peel and sweet clover.

Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea is a perfect wintry cuppa! Some of our cinnamon tea customer’s even brew this iced all year & on special occasions.  One of our customer’s nicknamed Hot Cinnamon Spice as the “Miracle Tea” since Hot Cinnamon Spice does such a good job of settling an upset stomach or soothing a cold.

Flavored Teas whether they be green, black, or other varieties of tea are all from the same camellia sinensis bush. The whole tea leaves blend and nestle with real fruits, herbs, spices. Essential oils or essence of flowers and fruits also make an appearance. This blending results in a change of flavor to the tea leaf. Creating a delightful and inspiring challenge to the taste buds.

Black tea is the well known and highly appreciated form of tea from the camellia sinensis bush. Black tea leaves are fully oxidized producing a deep rich body, full flavor brew with a beautiful amber color. In contrast to green tea which does not go through the oxidation process. Consistently green tea has a much quieter flavor of tea.

During the oxidation process, oxygen comes in contact with the enzymes inside the tea leaf. This contact produces wonderful deep flavors. The flavor of each black tea varies depending upon the region in which the tea grows, weather conditions, and finally the preparation of the tea.