Oh snap! Gingersnap Cookie

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Rooibos Tea
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Boiling 7 min, 30 sec

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  • “last tea of the evening and it's a sipdown! Thus bringing my total at the end of the weekend to 220. 70 teas to drink up between now and black friday, ignoring the few swaps/samples that are on...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 5357 tasting notes
  • “BACKLOG I had this on Friday. I wanted to experiment with the flavor a bit, so I tried adding cinnamon to the blend. I admit, I probably overdid it on the cinnamon. Still, I had the same...” Read full tasting note
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    Kaylee 400 tasting notes

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Oh, Snap! You’ll love this Gingersnap Cookie flavored tea. We suggest sweetening it with Amber Sugar Gems. (Naturally Caffeine Free.)

Ingredients:
Green Rooibos, Ginger, Chicory Root, Organic Flavoring

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5 Tasting Notes

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last tea of the evening and it’s a sipdown! Thus bringing my total at the end of the weekend to 220. 70 teas to drink up between now and black friday, ignoring the few swaps/samples that are on their way to me. 70 teas in 52 days. I can totally do this! While this tea is ok, it’s likely not a repurchase for me unless i need something to up my cart to free shipping or something. At the end of the day it’s really just a rooibosy ginger blend, and it’s less delicious than the blend from tao leaf tea that i like :) Thanks though Kaylee for sharing this one with me!

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BACKLOG

I had this on Friday. I wanted to experiment with the flavor a bit, so I tried adding cinnamon to the blend. I admit, I probably overdid it on the cinnamon. Still, I had the same problem adding cinnamon as I had adding vanilla – it tastes fine, the flavors are both there, but somehow it doesn’t quite mesh into anything like a cookie. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any sugar to try it with. I’m not changing my rating because I mucked around with the blend.

Also, I get to call this a sipdown because the rest is going to Sil. Whew, one more tea off the list!

EDIT: I forgot to thank JoonSusanna for the sample! Thank you!

Sil

haha

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