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Robust black tea flavored with ripe figs and freshly ground cinnamon. A warm and welcoming blend with a rich maple flavor and a hint of spice.
Maple Fig is one of our most popular teas come Fall. Elegant, yet comforting, it is the perfect tea for a cozy evening at home when shorter days yield to chilly nights.
Recommended Recipe: Maple Mule
Maple Fig is created using a black tea as its base. Black tea is what most Westerners associate with traditional tea. It comes from the same tea plant (Camellia Sinensis) as all other forms of tea; however, unlike any other type, it is fully oxidized. Shortly after harvest the tea leaves are rolled to release the enzymes present in the leaf that trigger oxidation. After oxidation is complete, the leaves are dried and then sorted. Black teas produce a darker liquor than white, green or oolong teas and a bolder, more assertive flavor.
Black tea is produced in nearly all major tea growing regions throughout the world and is one of the most commonly consumed types of tea. We recommend pairing Maple Fig with french toast, cinnamon rolls, butternut squash, figs, pumpkin, or cranberries. It is the perfect choice to serve with all of your favorite fall foods.
We recommend steeping Maple Fig for 3 minutes at 195°. Try adding steamed milk and raw sugar and serving it like a latte.
Ingredients: Organic black tea, organic cinnamon, flavoring.
Laura Hanson (verified owner) –
This blend is spectacular! I’ve never come upon a combination of these flavors before, and have already ordered it again; the blend is smooth, and the flavors are perfectly balanced. To make it even more decadent, try it with date syrup as a sweetener!
Jessica Dickely (verified owner) –
This was my first Tebella black tea I tried and, let me tell you, I absolutely include it in every order! Slightly sweet, slightly fruity – such a delightful black tea. I really wish there was a decaf version so I could drink this before bed! But it’s wonderful day-time tea as well. Personally, I don’t sweeten this tea as I think it’s perfectly balanced as is, just add a dash of milk! If I could only drink 1 black tea forever, I’d pull my hair out trying to decide between this one and black currant; both amazing but this one has slightly more flavor dimension. Anyhoo, you can’t go wrong with either – Maple Fig is a huge winner!