State Fair Kettle Corn Tea
State Fair Kettle Corn Tea? You better believe it. Whether it’s State Fair Kettle Corn, or just Kettle Corn to you, it’s a flavor treat to many of us. And now, we’ve captured the Caramely, Toasted, Buttery flavor of Kettle Corn in a tea, without the kernels. Don’t believe us? Then you have to try it for yourself.
Kettle Corn has an interesting history if you do your deep research. There are records of it being introduced to The Colonies back in 1776 by the Dutch. Pennsylvania was the first state to taste it. Nowadays, you find it everywhere.
We remember it at the Michigan State fair growing up, along side of Corn Dogs, Pennsylvania Dutch Custard and other Summer taste treats. You also find it at stadium sporting events, craft shows, Farmers markets and of course, State and County Fairs, which is why its State Fair Kettle Corn to us.
To make Kettle Corn, you add popcorn, oil, sugar and salt to a large kettle and stir until popped. The result is a sweet, caramely popcorn with a light crunchy coating. Our blender has captured these flavors, without the salt. They even added popped rice to give you that slight popcorn flavor and look.
State Fair Kettle Corn Tea is delicious both hot and cold, with or without a touch of sweetener.
If you like exotic flavored teas, we have others you need to try, like our Roasted Caramel Almond Tea, Creamsicle Rooibos, and our most-popular Peaceful Sundown Herbal Tea. We have many more. Just wander around our website or in our store.
Hot tea brewing method: Put 1 slightly rounded tsp of loose tea for each 8 oz of water in the teapot. Pour the boiling water over tea. Steep 3-7 minutes. Garnish and Sweeten to taste.
Iced Tea: For a Liter or quart use 2-3 heaping Tbsp. of loose tea into teapot. Pour 1¼ cup boiling water on tea. Steep 3-7 minutes. Quarter fill serving pitcher straining teas. Add Ice. Top up with cold water, garnish & sweeten to taste.
Luxury Ingredients: Black tea, Popped rice, Apple pieces, White camomile, Safflower petals, Natural flavors