Maple Tea Reviews
|Maple Syrup...in a Tea? Image
Courtesy of Wikipedia
One thing about herbal and rooibos teas...you can find virtually ANY
taste you are seeking. From bubble gum to lemon and now maple syrup,
no matter how strong or exotic your taste buds might be...almost certainly
there is a rooibos or herbal tea around for you?
Why rooibos and herbal teas? While flavoring and infusions of almost
any kind can be added to any tea, by and large the most successful infusions
for mysterious and "odd" ingredients are done in herbal and rooibos teas
since you can't "overbrew" a rooibos or herbal tea. In short, you don't
have to worry about a long-steeping time (frequently needed to bring
out the "different" flavors) causing the tea to become bitter.
Still, I'll confess...I was surprised when I came across a maple tea,
as it was the first one I ever had. But now that I've had it, hopefully
it won't be the last.
Listed below are links to reviews of teas on this site that either have,
or are supposed to have, a maple flavor to them.
General Tea Books
|The Tea Drinker's Handbook : In a skinny-no-whip-mocha-latte world, The Tea Drinker's Handbook is a refreshing return to America's roots in tea-drinking. Though tea is one of the most-consumed beverages in the world, second only to water, it is far from mundane.|
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