- made with toasted almonds, vanilla, chocolate and almond oils
- rich and dynamic with full body
- medium caffeine
- research suggests: supports digestion & balances cholesterol
- best served: hot, tea latte, butter tea
- 75 grams
- 25 servings (+resteep)
ingredients: *black tea (pu-erh style), *almond pieces, natural flavors (*certified organic)
Looking for a decadent brew minus sugar and artificial flavor? We’ve got you covered.
Scottish Caramel is an exquisite organic pu’er, flavored with toasted almonds and high-grade vanilla, chocolate and almond oils. Coffee and tea drinkers alike will appreciate this one, especially those looking to get off the sugary lattes.
For a full-flavored cup of Scottish Caramel, steep for three to five minutes. Hang on to your leaves, cause this one is good for at least one more resteep. Scottish Caramel is best served as a butter tea, tea latte or hot with a splash of dairy free milk.
Feeling adventurous? Make it a chilled butter tea. You never drink an iced latte again. Seriously.
Want to know more?
Scottish Caramel is a part of our Pu’er collection. Pu’er (pu-erh) is a special tea made by fermenting and aging tea leaves, which provides a dynamic flavor profile and bonus therapeutic qualities. Studies suggest that pu’er aids in digestion. If you find yourself in China, you'll often see it served after meals to help settle the stomach.
The art of fermenting and aging pu’er is an ancient technique from the Yunnan province of China. Since global distribution began in the 1970s, this phenomenal tea has made its way into homes and tea houses around the world. Here at Siply, we proudly declare pu’er as our signature tea for both its satiating profile and rich medicinal benefits.
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Best way to start my day.
I've loved every tea I've tried from Siply, but I'm currently on a Tea Butter + Scottish Caramel kick!! Best way to start my day.
I am obsessed.
I am obsessed with the Milky Oolong and the Scottish Caramel Teas - I've purchased tea of all types, from off the shelf tea bags to loose leaf teas from Rishi, Republic of Tea, to tea directly from a farm in Taipei, Taiwan. This is just to say that I have yet to find quality and taste from any other tea besides Siply brand, specifically the Milky Oolong and the Scottish Caramel are mind-blowing. The Scottish Caramel has dried bits of almond and the Milky Oolong still retains the green color of it's leaves, despite being dried. There are other flavors too, but I swear by those two. Try it once, I guarantee the quality and taste is unmatched.
High quality teas!
High quality teas AND the knowledge to go along with it to brew the perfect cup day after day! I've loved incorporating Siply teas into my morning routine, taking a moment for meditation and gratitude as the packaging suggests. I particularly am obsessed with Scottish Caramel pu'er and Alma Rose wellness blend. Support a (badass) female owned small business and Sip Siply!
I really love this tea!
For months now I’ve been switching back and forth between her Jasmine Matcha (which you can’t find anywhere btw) and Scottish Caramel, which I make into a butter tea- if you’re not in the know, check out her website asap! I made the switch from coffee and I don’t miss it at all... Hiiiiiiighly recommend!
I'll start by saying this, I am a coffee drinker.
I have been a coffee drinker for a long time. But, when I found Siply I started drinking tea. I started LOVING tea! I've learned more about the benefits of tea from Siply. I've found my favorites like Scottish Caramel and African Honeybush. Now I love a good afternoon tea. It gets me through the remainder of the day without the jitters or the crash that often comes from an afternoon coffee. With cream, with honey, without either, anyway I drink them, Siply teas are delicious. They help me relax and focus. They help me slow down and breath. It’s all part of the Siply tea mindset. I’m grateful to find a company that is so dedicated to the health of their customers and the quality of their product. It’s a rare combination, indeed. Cheers to tea drinking! Thank you, Siply.