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Tee-Maass


Web: www.tee-maass.de
Last Updated: Dec. 20, 2018

About Tee-Maass

Tee-Maass is a family-run tea company based in Rellingen, Germany (outside of Hamburg), and founded in 1887. The company sells loose-leaf teas, including both pure and flavored teas.

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Mr Bamsen
(196 reviews)
68 / 100
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Erdbeer-Sahne

Style: Fruit Black Tea – Region: Blend
Dec. 11th, 2021

One-liter pot at home, made from a mixture of leaves of black tea and strawberry, as well as pieces of strawberries, all sprinkled with flavour. Pours clear chestnut brown (against white china) with no sediment. Clear aroma of strawberries and cream, with leafy touches of black tea. Bitter flavour of black tea leaves, ...

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FairyNuff
(7 reviews)
87 / 100
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While I can't really speak to the efficacy of the traditional medicinal usage of this herbal tea I can say it is an enjoyable drink

It has a light and slightly sweet cut leaf aroma that stays all throughout the brewing and drinking process. The flavour is a gentle vegetal one and very slightly sweet.

€7 may see...

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Griechischer Bergkräutertee (Greek Mountain Tea)

Style:Herbal Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
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Erdbeer-Sahne

Style:Fruit Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating

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