Details: Chef Jean Joho, formerly of Alsace and now of Chicago and Las Vegas fame, asked Mike to do a new dessert tea in 2011. This tea is inspired by fruits found in many Alsatian desserts. Many do love its bold fruity flavors. Mike describes it as " Paris on steroids".
Dry Leaves: China Black is the base of this tea, which is combined with bits of dried cherries.
Liquor: The liquor of this tea is a lighter brown because of the addition of the cherries to the tea leaves.
Aroma: When you smell this tea you will feel like you are in an orchard because of the strong scents of cherry and plum.
Caffeine Level: Caffeinated
Body: This tea has a medium body and a taste of fresh fruit lingers in your mouth.
Flavors: This tea is fruity with plum and cherry flavors and a trace of vanilla.