Crème Brulee


Toasty caramel and lightly sweet. Excellent dessert-like finish.

Loose Leaf Tea Ingredients

Black tea (Pu-Erh style), Toffee (Sugar, Butter, Almonds, Cocoa Butter, Sunflower Oil, Chocolate, Lactose, Soy Lecithin, Salt, Milk, Artificial flavours.) + Coffee pieces, Calendula + Sunflower petals, and Natural flavours.

About This Loose Leaf Tea

Orlando, Florida is known for many things: Disney…Universal Studios…Crème Brulee… Wait? Crème Brulee? Isn’t that French? The answer is yes, crème brulee, the custard treat with crispy burnt crust originated in France. That said, in 2005, students from the Orlando Culinary Academy’s Cordon Bleu Program created the world’s largest crème brulee, weighing no less than 1,599.96 lbs / 725.72 kg. (As verified by the Guinness Book of World Records.) Dessert anyone?

While we agree that a crème brulee weighing as much as a truck is quite a feat, we hope you’ll agree that crème brulee scented Pu-erh with coffee is equally as impressive, albeit on a much smaller scale. What makes it so impressive? For starters, Pu-erh itself is a remarkable tea. Known as a fermented, dark tea, Puerh is produced in China’s Yunnan Province through a process in
which fresh tea leaves are withered (dried) in the sun, pan-fired to stop oxidization, then rolled, rubbed and pressed. Then, there is the fact that this tea contains bits of coffee, a fabulous innovation that helps bring out the tea’s earthy character.

When you raise this mouth-watering blend to your lips, the first thing you’ll notice is that very character, woven with sweet tones of toffee and nutty coffee notes, all blending to create a flavour mélange you’ll come back for time and again. Prepare
yourself for what we believe might just be a contender for the world’s most extraordinary Pu-erh. Delicious.


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