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Organic Yunnan Vanilla Bean

11.95 In Stock

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This high quality organic, large leaf black tea stands out on its own, but we're adding in vanilla beans for a particularly rich, sweet and soothing cup.

$11.95

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    The traditional Yunnan tea growing region of China is prized for growing top-quality tea! This black tea's large leaves have flavor that flourishes with smooth vanilla beans — we compare this tea to dipping a sugar cookie into your cuppa'! Irresistible.

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Absolutely lovely!!! Vanilla black teas have always been my favourite, ever since I began drinking tea as a teenager. Only difference is that now I won’t touch any artificially flavoured teas. I am so glad that Two Leaves has added the Yunnan Vanilla Bean Tea to their selection. The vanilla taste comes through as slightly woodsy, slightly smoky. I am impressed by the HUGE chunks of vanilla bean blended into the tea. The tea is good on its own for a bolder flavour, or sweetened and with milk for a more comforting, dessert like treat.
by Proud Canadian
(Posted on 1/16/14)

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