Received this in a swap a while back. It’s enjoyable. I’m getting the nice baked notes of a pastry and can catch hints of the custard. No maple though. It’s ok though, it’s still pretty good!
“So, to sipdown this tea from *Azzrian* as well, I definitely may have overleafed my cup a bit (2 tsp/8oz.), and it's still pretty tasty. That's four samples successfully knocked out of my stash...” Read full tasting note
“As it is now after midnight, I decided to have something without caffeine. I don't know that the caffeine in tea really affects me all that much with sleeping when I'm tired ... but, I don't like...” Read full tasting note
“Paper writing and exam studying has been suspended until Amanda reforms after melting into a puddle after having only 4 ounces of this tea. When I opened the package, it really truly smelled...” Read full tasting note
“Tasty! Yes...not overly maple or creamy or anything but just tasty. It's sweet - mostly from the Rooibos and a pinch of smoothness but not milky or creamy, per say. I do think I can tasty more...” Read full tasting note
Continuing our tradition of bringing you guilty-pleasure baked goods in tea form, here’s our take on a custard-filled maple long john (one of my personal guilty-pleasures). Sweet, caffeine-free honeybush blended with marigold petals and natural flavors. Sweet, maple-y, bake-y goodness in a guilt-free, caffeine-free and 100% vegan treat!
Our Tea of the Week for the week of April 9, 2012
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I was really pleased to see this one pop back up again since I missed it when it was first blended. I love custard, pastries, maple and honeybush so this blend sounds like a dream!
Sipping… Yet again all I taste is honeybush with a very mild maple flavor and a bit of sweetness. I really don’t know where I am supposed to find the custard or long john.. but they’re definitely not in the cup. It’s not a bad cup of tea, but if I wanted plain honeybush, I’m sure that I could find it for less money.
As much as I love 52Teas blends, I really don’t think I’ll try their honeybush blends anymore since my tastebuds recognize them as plain honeybush. Disappointing.
Trying to backlog some today….This one I love love love. Maple is so delicious in tea. I love having this one in the evening when I am craving a sweet treat. (I have to say tea has definitely saved me some calories these days) Anyway I love Frank’s honeybush blends and this one is no exception. It is exactly what I have come to expect from him. If you let it cool just a little bit you really get the full maple longjohn flavor. Yum!