A: No. It is similar, but not the same. I much prefer the Hot Cinnamon Sunset, but that is a personal preference. I have been drinking mostly this one tea every morning for several years and love it!
A: Per the Harney & Son's own website: "their most popular flavored tea worldwide, Hot Cinnamon Spice is an assertive blend of black teas, three types of cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet cloves. No sugar added. Kosher. (n.b. Hot Cinnamon Spice & Hot Cinnamon Sunset are the same tea; the name varies only in certain packaging)."
A: Yes, it's the same as Hot Cinnamon Spice, the Harney and Sons website says they are.
A: Hot Cinnamon Spice is an herbal red rooibos tea, which is naturally caffeine free. This tea, Hot Cinnamon Sunset, is a black tea base. They are the same flavor profile but the "spice" alternative is made as the caffeine free version.
A: Yes. The flavors are cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet clove.
A: No sweetener, but despite'always' putting sweetener in tea, I do not need it in this tea. It's naturally very sweet.
A: There is no sweetener in this tea.
A: This is from the Harney and Sons website: "Our most popular flavored tea is a blend of black teas, three types of cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet cloves. It is remarkably assertive, and that is its most admired quality. Available here in a tin of 20 sachets." Ingredients: Black tea, orange peel, three types of cinnamon, cloves. Contains Natural & Artificial flavors.
A: Yes, this tea is certified kosher.