Bohemian Spice

Orange Peel & Cinnamon  

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Bohemian Spice is an artistic blend of smoky black tea with orange peel, cinnamon, clove oil, and aromatic spices. This spiced tea pairs perfectly with cold winter mornings and cozy evenings by the fireplace. With an aroma reminiscent of mulled spices, cinnamon candy, and camp fire emerging from a full body and dark liquor, this bold black tea blend takes well to milk and compliments the season’s charm with every sip. Get in touch with your inner artist as you sip your cup of Bohemian Spice!


  • Premium Spiced & Smoky Black Tea
  • Black Tea Origins: China & India
  • Sample ~ 5 servings
  • Bulk 1/4 LB ~ 50 servings
  • Bulk 1 LB ~ 220 servings
  • Caffeine: High

Ingredients: black tea, lapsang souchong tea, cinnamon chips, orange peel, natural orange and spice flavoring, clove oil

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Price: $4.00

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
3-5 min
Per 8 oz. water

Black Tea

  • Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral
  • Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Aging
  • Calorie-free, Fat-free, Gluten-free
  • Black Tea is known to banish fatigue, stimulate mental powers, and raise energy levels. It has been shown to reduce stress hormone levels and acts as a nerve sedative, frequently relieving headaches. Black tea contains a number of vitamins considered essential for maintaining health, including Carotene, a precursor to vitamin A, has antioxidant and protective properties, Vitamin B1 and Panothenic Acid, Vitamin C and Vitamin B6.

    Black Tea also contains antioxidants which may help to protect your body from the ravages of aging and environmental effects. Because they are allowed to ferment completely before drying, most black teas are especially rich in those polyphenols which have been shown to be effective against dementia in aging as well as AIDS related dementia. These compounds penetrate the blood brain barrier and have also been found to reduce blood cholesterol levels.

    Black tea is known for its antiviral and antibacterial properties. It can be topically applied to cuts, bruises and burns, and is famous for its sunburn relief and has been shown to have a positive effect on preventing tooth decay and gum disease.

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    Roasted Harvest Roots
    INGREDIENTS: ¼ cup canola oil, 1.5 lb beets - roasted, peeled & cut (large dice), 2 TBS BOHEMIAN SPICE loose tea for blanching water, 2 lb Sweet Potatoes – peeled & cut (large dice, 2 lb Butternut Squash - peeled & cut (large dice), 2 lb Rutabaga – peeled & cut (large dice), 1 lb Carrots, peeled & cut (large dice), cheese cloth & string, 2 cups Maple syrup, 8 TBS butter, divided into ½ TBS pieces, BOHEMIAN SPICE TEA RUB (see instructions below). Optional - Jack-o-lantern serving bowl: 1 large Pumpkin, hallowed.

    1. Preheat oven to 375. Place whole beets on tin foil. Oil beets with canola oil and sprinkle salt & pepper. Cover and place in oven for 30-40 minutes, until soft in center. Take out beets and let cool. When cool, peel with damp tea towel. Cut into large dices ( ¾ x ¾ x ¾ ).
    2. While the beets are roasting, blanch & shock the rest of the roots in tea infused water. Place 2 TBS of BOHEMIAN SPICE leaves in cheesecloth and tie with string. In a large pot, bring salted water & tea to a boil. Place sweet potatoes in boiling water and let cook until slightly softened, about 15 minutes. Strain and immediately place in ice water to shock, stop cooking. Take out of ice water bath and strain to dry. Following the same process, blanch & shock the butternut squash (blanch about 8-10 min), rutabaga (blanch about 5 min) and carrots (blanch 3 min) all separately since they cook at different time.
    3. In a large bowl, mix all the roots together. Place all the vegetables on oiled baking sheet and drizzle with maple syrup. Sprinkle on the BOHEMIAN SPICE TEA RUB. Evenly place butter pieces on top of the vegetables.
    4. Place veggies in oven and bake for 15-20 minutes. Rotate baking sheet and let cook for another 10 minutes. Season to taste.
    5. Optional - Jack-o-lantern serving bowl: While the roots roast, hallow out a pumpkin and place it in the oven for 10-15 minutes to let it warm and soften. Place the roasted roots in the pumpkin and serve. Yields: 8–10 servings

    Harvest Spice Rub
    Finely chop the following ingredients in your blender:

    2 TBS Brown sugar
    1 ½ TBS Salt
    ½ TBS white pepper

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    Excellent spice and flavor combination.—Brian
    I wanted to like this tea, I really did. However, I couldn't do anything to it to make it drinkable. The clove oil completely overpowers the tea and other spices. It has hints of orange, but the cinnamon chips and tea are completely lost...and it's hard to lose cinnamon as a flavoring. For a tea of this price, they'd be much better off replacing the clove oil with actual cloves to give it a better balance. —Manda
    Very bold with a quirky combination of flavors: tar, smoke, bittersweet, fruity, spicy. I love lapsang souchong tea so this was a treat, especially smoothed and sweetened with milk and honey. Then the aftertaste was fruity, like just having chewed and swallowed a prune. I could taste the smoky tar of the tea for hours and I liked it. —Rhianna
    Note that most of the reviews here are actually for Harvest Spice. A blend that is sadly no longer available as it was great. This, on the other hand, is very much a lapsang souchong, and the smokiness overpowers everything else. If you like lapsang souchong, you'll probably like this. If not, avoid it.—Mike
    This blend was wonderful. At first I thought I was warming a potpourri pot, but then I drank it. Fantastic! I particularly love the warm spiciness of the cinnamon. It is almost a sharp as black pepper, but warm and comforting.—Darryn
    What a wonderful surprise! My last sip had become cold and I expected a bit of bitterness - quite the contrary. The tea had taken on a sweet note. Hot or cold it's a real favorite.—Janice M
    This just reminds me of the holidays in a cup... Spicy, warm, and just like a nice fire on the cold crisp day. Great for fall or winter, to me much more spice than orange but I just love it! Like Christmas in a cup! —Dawnie
    Harvest Spice has a mild flavor, compared to similar teas, but it makes up for it with some nice spicy undertones. Definitely a treat year-round, hot or iced.—CToT
    This is great year round, but one of my favorites around the holidays!—Monica
    This is another tea I really enjoy hot, but love to serve iced for guests. The spices are just right and really make me think of fall/autumn/holidays. All of those wonderful pies, it's kind of like that, in a cup or glass, without the calories. It is that good.—GoPete
    This tea reminded me of the Constant Comment one finds in the grocery store.—Klowrance
    This is a delicious tea. It is a bit stronger of a harvest spice but the flavors are rich and very tasty. Definitely a favorite!—Minxy69
    I have tasted many orange-spice teas over the years, but this is by far the best. It is not overly sweet or childish or fruity - it is crisp and fresh, blended perfectly - really a cut above other orange spice teas. Kind of like the difference between an old fuzzy picture and one in high definition. This is a high -def tea!—Suzanne
    Love this tea when it's cold and snowy outside. It reminds me of Christmas with the aromas of cinnamon and cloves. It warms you from the first sip on. If you like tea with spices, this is a tea for you.—Paige
    So far my favorite spice tea!! Just had my first cup. Delicious!—Vivian
    It makes a wonderful Christmas themed morning tea latte. Perfect brewed extra strong with milk and sugar added. —Jen
    Christmas in a cup! Wonderful.—Gail
    This tea reminds me of fall and the holidays! The cinnamon and clove smells just like Thanksgiving baking, and it tastes sweet and delicious!—Jillian Harvey
    Orange was definitely the dominant flavor here but the spices and base black tea still stood out on their own. It was earthy and sweet with some astringency but it wasn't bitter. Overall this was a well balanced cup! —Nicole