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Maybe it’s because I’m a trail mix fan, or of ANY kind of nut, rather, but I was hoping for a more hazelnutty flavor. (Scratch that, I’m obsessed with nuts—so yogi, why is your hazelnut tea not very nutty?)
I added a dollop of almond milk and a touch of stevia—which did only a little for the hazelnut flavor. While it’s not a bad tea, it’s just lacking in the ‘nut flavor’ department.

Cofftea

I’m guessing it was going for a French Vanilla type flavor profile w/o using that term.

Alannah

I love a nutty taste as well, and often find I’m terribly disappointed when I try any tea blend that’s supposed to contain “almond” or “hazelnut” notes. They’re rarely strong enough for me!

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Cofftea

I’m guessing it was going for a French Vanilla type flavor profile w/o using that term.

Alannah

I love a nutty taste as well, and often find I’m terribly disappointed when I try any tea blend that’s supposed to contain “almond” or “hazelnut” notes. They’re rarely strong enough for me!

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