Almond Maté Lattè (Caraway Tea)

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Yerba maté Tea
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Boiling 6 min, 30 sec

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  • “I like roasted mate, and almonds, so this tea sounded like a possible winner! Steeped, it smells like plain roasted mate, which is alright, but kind of boring. Kind of a burny, sweet-ish smell. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another sample from my "this was on sale so it's okay" order from Caraway. I almost bought a full 4 oz of this during the sale, but I told myself to just buy a sample .. and I'm glad I did....” Read full tasting note
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    forkyfork 166 tasting notes

From Caraway Tea Company

Roasted Mate paired with raw almond slivers gives a plush mouthfeel. The nutty aroma is smoothed out by the creamy vanilla. Combine it with sugar and milk and you have a real treat.

Ingredients
Roasted Argentinian maté, almond, vanilla, blue mallow flowers, and cornflowers.

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I like roasted mate, and almonds, so this tea sounded like a possible winner! Steeped, it smells like plain roasted mate, which is alright, but kind of boring. Kind of a burny, sweet-ish smell. The flavour is much like the aroma – plain roasted mate. Which really, is nothing bad, but nothing special, either. I can’t pick out any nutty flavours; this tastes much like 52teas’ Flaming Chocolate Mate or ChocoMate, minus the chocolate/malt/cayenne flavourings. As there’s nothing at all wrong with it though (just boring), I can see myself blending this in with other teas that maybe need a bit of that mate kick.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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Another sample from my “this was on sale so it’s okay” order from Caraway.

I almost bought a full 4 oz of this during the sale, but I told myself to just buy a sample .. and I’m glad I did.

First of all, the tea smells ….. weird. Artificial, maybe? I’m not sure what I was expecting since the title could be many things, but certainly not this. I think I was expecting something more creamy. Also, I noticed the mate looked a little more different than normal. More twiggy. At least I think it was the mate I was looking at.

As for the taste? It’s weird too. I don’t know how to describe it. It does have a little bit of a creamy taste, but it’s not quite what I was hoping for. The tea is better colder than hot. The tea isn’t bad – it’s certainly drinkable. I’m just not as crazy about it as I have been with other flavored mates I’ve had.

Maybe I’ll brew a little more, but I think I’m going to save the rest of this for a tea swap since someone might enjoy it more.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
LiberTEAS

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a twiggy mate.

Babble

I’m wondering what else it could be then? The other ingredients don’t seem to fit the “twig” description.

Kittenna

Hmm. I got a sample of this one too. Wasn’t sure what it would be like.

Madeline Alyce

I remember seeing a twig in one of my teas the other day, too! It might have been this one! I don’t know what it was… something to do with their flavoring?? A tree fell in their tea stock??? This tea has an okay flavor, but it’s a little light for me.

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