Whether it brings back childhood memories or it’s still your favorite dessert: rice pudding with sugar and spice puts a smile to anyone’s face. The inspiration isfrom the taste of semi-fermented Ti Kuan Yin, with its unique, slightly creamy nuance and underlined it further with a delicate dessert note. We let this tea speak for itself, according to the motto “less is more” and leave it with a pinch of cinnamon. You’ll be sure to want a second helping!
How to brew the perfect cup:
Water: 195°F / Leaves: 1- 1.5 teaspoon per 8 ounces / Infusion Time: 4 minutes
Ingredients: Oolong tea, cinnamon pieces, natural flavorings