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Made with three standout ingredients—wakoucha (aged Japanese red tea), Formosa oolong, and Okinawan black sugar crystals—this blend offers a satisfyingly sweet, biscuit-like flavor. We’ve chosen to use this artisan sugar for its malty character and mineral-rich benefits. Enjoy as is or with your choice of milk.
Tasting Notes: caramel, milk, toffee
INGREDIENTS: BLACK TEA, OOLONG TEA, OKINAWAN BLACK SUGAR
Caffeine level: High
NUTRITION FACTS: 14 servings per container. Serving size: 4 g. Calories: 16, Total Fat: 0 g, Sodium: 4 mg, Total Carbohydrates: 4 g (2% DV), Dietary Fiber 1 g (2% DV), Total Sugars 3 g (7% DV), Protein: 0 g
Got this as a gift. Didn't buy it myself b/c I was skeptical at first since I'm usually not a fan of "sweet" teas, but this was actually really good. I try not to catch too much of the kokuto (black sugar) in one teaspoon so it doesn't get too sweet. I like the distinct taste of what I'm guessing is the wakoucha. Would def get again
Normally I would shy away from a tea blend with sugar added to it, but this was an impulse add on... And I have no regret! It's delicious, and the sugar is not at all overwhelming. Highly recommended.
It tastes like Milk Tea and the Okinawan sugar cubes mixed in adds the perfect flavor!
I don’t normally like sweeter teas but the Okinawa sugar is a great compliment to the dark tea. I’m obsessed!
My new favorite blend. This one is pure perfection. The malty notes of the black tea, the nuttiness of the oolong, and molasses sweetness of the Okinawa sugar. It reminds me of a Southern sweet tea, but no where near as sweet. The sugar adds just the right touch of sweetness without feeling like a cavity is forming as you drink it. This is a great blend to make you feel warm and cozy, but also makes an amazing cold brew which brings forth the molasses notes even more. Overall, I would recommend this one over and over again.