Notes of vanilla meet coconut for an exotic steep.
1. Heat water to 208˚F.
2. Place tea in cup and pour water over the leaves.
3. Steep for 3-5 minutes.
For loose leaf iced teas, use 2 tsp per 8oz glass.
Orchid Vanilla tea has been reformulated to disastrous results, but so far only in the small tin. The one pound bag still has the great tasting old formula, so if you want it, get it now before the new tea is also in the one pound bags.
I have been enjoying tea for many years. I stumbled across this tea about 10-15 years ago and I have been in love with it ever since. It never gets old to me. I may try other teas, but I always come home to my beloved Vanilla Orchid. Please do not ever stop selling this tea or change it in anyway. This tea with a little honey is my happy place. If it was physically possible to marry a beverage...this would be the one! LOL :) Happily in love with Vanilla Orchid for 15-ish years.
This tea had been my favorite for years. When my local supermarkets stopped carrying it, I thought it had been discontinued. I was thankful to see it was still available on the website, so I ordered multiple tins. When I received the tea, it arrived in a newly designed canister, and the tea leaves neither looked nor smelled the same as the previous version. The blend is much finer and has hardly any vanilla pieces in comparison to the ground coconut. The scent and taste are totally different, and I am so disappointed that I now have multiple cans of the "new" orchid vanilla, which really tastes more of coconut than vanilla. If you compare ingredients on the new and old canisters, you'll see that vanilla pieces moved to the last ingredient in the new blend. Any way I can purchase "old" cans of this tea? Please change back to the old blend.