Southern Pecan Black Tea
Southern Pecan Black TeaSouthern Pecan Black TeaSouthern Pecan Black TeaSouthern Pecan Black Tea

Southern Pecan Black Tea

Dimensions: 0 x 0
Weight: 0
This delicious black tea is filled with pecans and white chocolate. Yummy!
Price: Starting at $9.95
Ingredients: Premium black tea, white chocolate pieces, walnuts, pecan pieces, calendula and sunflower petals
Origin: Sri Lanka
Caffeine Level: Medium
Brewing Time: 3 - 7 minutes
Water Temperature: 212°F
Product Options
We blend this rich Sri Lankan black tea with pecans, walnuts and white chocolate pieces. It's as satisfying as a pecan pie without all the calories!

Product Reviews

(11 Ratings, 11 Reviews) Average Rating:
Just Re-Ordered more. Nice tea, and different.
Kevin Meade (CT, United States) 5/5/2016 10:32 AM
This tea has a different flavor from most flavored teas. It is of course beause of the additions to get the advertised flavor. Some people might not like it but I really do. It makes a great alternative flavor experience from the typical flavored teas. The quality of the tea itself is also high. This is one of those teas that you look forward to brewing. I use a coffee press for my tea. Lets me make a good three or four servings. As I noted was good enough for me to want to re-order it. Some things to consider: 1) different experience. Nice to have a different experience in the cupboard though I actually dring this about 50% of the time. Other tea I drink is the appricot. 2) wife said she liked the smell. 3) friend said he liked the tea. 4) a tea you look forward to making. I have not tried all the Elmwood Inn teas, just the appricot and this one. Maybe I will venture into another but I really like these two. Hail Flavius!
Lovely flavored tea, Nice whole berries and pieces of nut, white chocolate
Lu (United States) 5/5/2016 10:30 AM
My new go to tea. I like a nice black tea in the morning and I'm fond of nutty and berry tastes but not sour. This is a wonderful fragrance when opening the bag. You feel like you want to scoop it up by the handful and eat it (I tried it, don't do it) it smells so good. I find to get enough of the added flavorings to come through I need to steep about 2-3 minutes longer than usual. (for black, I do 5 minutes in my Breville Teamaker, for this I do 7.5 or 8) - if you like it milder, then steep less. If you are steeping in a pot, I suspect it would be less. I don't usually like white chocolate to eat, but this adds a nice mild suggestion of sweetness to the nutty pecans and the berry flavor. It is a nice broken leaf, there is very little sandy smaller particles of tea leaves.
Smooth Tea, Nicely Flavored
jlh4 (United States) 5/5/2016 10:29 AM
This is a nice blend of a black tea. It does have a good pecan flavor, and the other spices are not overpowering. It's just as good with or without a bit of sugar and cream. One caution - steeping too long makes it really strong.
Pecans in My Tea!
Teresa Krankota (United States) 5/5/2016 10:28 AM
I chose this tea because I tasted it at a local tea shop. The tea is fabulous. There are chunks of pecans and white chocolate mixed in with the tea leaves. Makes a smooth, rich cup of hot or cold tea. I gave this to my mother, sister, and a friend at Christmas, and they loved it!
rich full bodied tea
prlittle (United States) 5/5/2016 10:24 AM
Heady scent of vanilla pecan pie but this unsweetened tea has a smooth rich flavour with chocolate undertones that rivals a good coffee. Great with a bit of cream.