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drank Coconut Custard by Teas Etc
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There’s been a lot of coconut in my tea- life lately. Well, I ruined the low-calorie element of this by having it with a giant peanut butter choco-chip cookie, but it was worth it. The dogs had a different kind of cookie so nobody felt left out.

Anyway, this really does remind me of coconut custard, a dessert I do enjoy :)
It’s sweet and slightly milky. I do think this one would benefit from a bit of oversteeping, because at 5 minutes it tastes a little pale and watery. I can also see trying this in a vanilla-syrup added soy latte (one of my favorite things to do to tea lately- I don’t know why either, but it could be my missing Adagio Teas in Chicago).

A great after-dinner tea. I may mix this with 52 Teas’ Coconut Cheesecake honeybush just to see what happens.

p.s. Thanks to QueenOfTarts for sampling me some of this!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Jim Marks

“so nobody felt left out”. raises a finger of objection

Lisbet

Well, I thought the extra cookie was yours :)

Jim Marks

Coincidentally, I had coconut milk frozen dessert product while you were having coconut tea. Maybe I wasn’t left out. Eh?

Lisbet

Gives you the guns EEeeeeeeeeehhhh?

Jim Marks

has two thumbs up and doesn’t give a cookie

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Jim Marks

“so nobody felt left out”. raises a finger of objection

Lisbet

Well, I thought the extra cookie was yours :)

Jim Marks

Coincidentally, I had coconut milk frozen dessert product while you were having coconut tea. Maybe I wasn’t left out. Eh?

Lisbet

Gives you the guns EEeeeeeeeeehhhh?

Jim Marks

has two thumbs up and doesn’t give a cookie

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Grad student in sociocultural anthropology. I drink tea while reading for my courses, and it makes the books go down easier. I genuinely like most kinds of tea – although fruit tisanes kind of scare me.

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