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drank Tiramisu by DAVIDsTEA
255 tasting notes

Both the aroma and the taste of this tea uncannily are exactly like a real, rich, sopping Tiramisu. It’s got a lovely chocolately taste with the overtones of coffee and cream you would find in a dessert.

This is a dessert tea that I would say has a BIG taste! It’s ebullient and has a succulent, sweet taste. One could certainly add sugar and milk. I ultimately added about 1/3 teaspoon of sugar (a very small amount) and I thought it made the Tiramisu taste and aroma even more deliciously pronounced. The miraculous thing about this tea is I felt as if I had consumed a heavy 600 calorie dessert—very satisfied and filled. Indeed, if I could close my eyes I would think I were at one of those spectacular trattoria in Roma or Firenze!

I have to give David’s Tea great kudos (or is it kudoes?) and compliments. Their customer service is excellent and speedy. I should also note that I am not affiliated with any tea company or with any mail delivery service. I’m a simple English teacher who reads, grades papers, and prepared lectures to the constant accompaniment of tea. This will be a definite re-order for me.

Preparation
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wombatgirl

I’m not a grammar person (they’d revoke my card and laugh at me if I tried to say I was) but I think it’s kudos. :)

Cofftea

Kudos, I only know that because it’s also a candy bar lol:)

LENA

this tea sounds very yummy.

Samantha

I remember those kudos bars, they were dubbed as “granola” if I remember correctly. I am dying to try this tea!

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wombatgirl

I’m not a grammar person (they’d revoke my card and laugh at me if I tried to say I was) but I think it’s kudos. :)

Cofftea

Kudos, I only know that because it’s also a candy bar lol:)

LENA

this tea sounds very yummy.

Samantha

I remember those kudos bars, they were dubbed as “granola” if I remember correctly. I am dying to try this tea!

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