Jamaican Butter Rum Black Loose Leaf Tea | Stash Tea

Jamaican Butter Rum Black Tea



  • Product Description

      For our Jamaican Butter Rum tea, our master blenders have taken fine black teas and combined them with natural rum, sweet vanilla, and creamy caramel flavors for a rich, aromatic and slightly sweet dessert tea. For a special taste treat, enjoy with a splash of milk and some sugar.

      Blended black teas, natural Jamaican rum flavor, natural salted caramel flavor, vanilla extract

      Steeping Instructions
      3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit


      Cups to Grams

      • 8 grams makes 3-4 cups
      • 25 grams makes 10-15 cups
      • 50 grams makes 20-25 cups
      • 100 grams makes 45-50 cups
      • 1 pound loose makes 180-200 cups
  • Product Details

    • Variant: 100 g loose
    • SKU: 113862

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
LaDonna J.
Yummy tea

I love Jamaican Butter Rum Black tea paired with Double Bergamot Earl Grey tea. It makes a delicious, spicy, warm iced tea that is great all year round.

S. N.
My review of Butter Rum Black Tea

I am constantly looking to try new flavours of tea. stash tea comes up with classic teas and adds their own twists. I really enjoy the double bergemot . I will try others in the future but I have ordered enough to keep me supplied for 5-6 months.

Dessert warming black tea

A bold yet comforting warm black tea that would make great cuppa instead of dessert. Smelling like butterscotch candy, Jamaican Butter Rum has sweet base that hides any hint of caffeine.

One of my new favorites!

Absolutely love this. I have been trying some new flavors and this one is outstanding. I am anxious to share with our granddaughter, as she and I love to have tea together.

Amelia L.
Butter rum is super yum!

After trying a sample, this has become one of my favorites which, considering how many different flavors of tea I have (26, not counting herbals, green or white teas), really days a lot.


It has a nice, though delicate, flavor, but it is very weak. I used a bit more than I usually do for a pot of tea, let steep a long time, & it was very weak & watery compared to other stash teas I use regularly (earl grey, chais, breakfast in Paris, Portland Blend, etc).