Sonoma Mulled Zin Hot Tea
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A holiday hot tea blend made from Sonoma Zinfandel fine wine grape skins infused with the warm spices of cinnamon, ginger, cloves and orange zest. Steep a pot and fill your home with aromas of the season. GLORIOUS GRAPE SKINS We have replaced the tea leaves found in traditional hot tea with the next best thing – fresh harvested fine wine grape skins from beautiful Sonoma County, California. These fine wine grape skins impart nuanced, sophisticated flavors that are perfect for entertaining or to enjoy anytime. Sonoma Teas also contain multiple polyphenols such as resveratrol, making it a great addition to a balanced diet. So steep a teapot of this warm and aromatic blend and sip to your heart’s content. FOOD PAIRINGS FOR SONOMA MULLED ZIN
-Salmon gravlax on brown bread, cold roast beef, Cornish game hen
-Mixed nuts, spiced nuts with blue cheese, duck liver mousse
-Traditional British desserts such as mince pies and plum puddings
-Almond cookies, stolen, Linzer torte, cheesecake, gingerbread
More About This Product
Place 1 pouch in a large teapot and add 4 cups of boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes. Remove the pouch. Try garnishing each cup with orange slices, chopped apples and cinnamon sticks and sweeten if desired. Enjoy Sip by Sip
CAFFEINE FREE AND ALCOHOL FREE
Zinfandel fine wine grape skins, organic cinnamon, apple bits, organic hibiscus, organic orange peel, natural wine flavor, organic elderberry bits, cranberry juice, natural orange flavor, organic ginger and organic cloves
Country of Origin
USA - Grape skins produced in Sonoma County by Whole Vine Products
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
So I bought this not realizing that it was only 6 bags-so when I got home and put the kettle on and had a closer look, I was a little bummed. However! Two things saved the day 1. My 8 cup French Press-I heated up my water, put a bag in the FP and filled with boiling water and let it steep. It was perfect, as I had company over. 2. My loose leaf tea sachets-I cut the bag of tea open, and made two 10 oz mugs of tea from one bag of the Sonoma. Perfect. These solutions aren't as ideal as individual bags, but if you need a way to make personal amounts, and have a tea strainer or a box of bags for loose tea, it works really well! I'll buy it again for sure!
I like it, I use it for a base mulled tea, then add a bit of orange or apple juice to it and a bit of sweetener. I even made my grandmas Russian tea using this as base and it turned out wonderful. Note, by itself it seems lacking, but a bit of sweetener and juice and the mulled spices really burst out and shine. I also always drink this hot.
Really The Perfect Wine (replacement)
I love this tea! I know it's supposed to be served hot, and it's delicious that way, but I put it in the refrigerator in a quart jar and serve it out cold in a wine glass. It's perfect and doesn't ruin my sensibilities, make me tired or challenge my liver like wine does. Just perfect and holiday perfect too!
had this on our order but took it off-brewing a whole pot is just not practical for us-if avl in invd. bags we will oder
Not for Me
This tea smells amazing, so I had really high hopes. However, for me, the taste didn't translate. I couldn't even bring myself to finish one cup. It had a sour taste, I think from the grape skins. If you like wine, you might just love this. I think it's worth a try because the spices in it are delicious. It just wasn't for me. I was sadly disappointed.