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Tiramisu

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Rooibos Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Márcia Matsumura Araújo
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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “This smells kind of like coffee at a hotel that’s been sitting on the burner at the breakfast buffet since 6am… and it’s almost noon. So yeah, a strong coffee smell. But there’s also a wee bit of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The taste isn’t as full as the smell but there’s a cocoa taste that builds as it cools. It doesn’t quite peg the taste of the actual food but it’s close. And it’s good.” Read full tasting note
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This smells kind of like coffee at a hotel that’s been sitting on the burner at the breakfast buffet since 6am… and it’s almost noon. So yeah, a strong coffee smell. But there’s also a wee bit of chocolate and a fair amount of woody rooibos that is balancing on that icky sour edge.

The flavor is very similar to tiramisu without the creamy and cake taste – so basically it is very coffee-like. It’s strong and bold and surprising but kinda nifty. The one concern is the post-swallow aftertaste that seems very woody (though thankfully not sour), but that decreases as continuous sipping causes the coffee and cocoa tastes to build. So good.

It’s not the best rooibos I’ve ever had but it’s pretty good. The flavoring covers up the rooibos well (versus working with it) so I find it very drinkable. Not sure if I’ll crave it but this one can go into the lineup when I need something decaf.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec
Meghann M

I wonder if adding milk would bring out the creamy cake taste of the tiramisu? Do you drink your tea with milk? I can’t remember.

Auggy

I do for my morning teas usually so totally not against the addition of milk. Though I’ve never added milk in a rooibos. Think it would work well?

gmathis

I tried milk with rooibos lemon meringue and it blended in quite nicely.

Auggy

Interesting! I’ll have to give it a try. I guess I just associate rooibos with sour wood so often that I don’t think that would match with milk. But I could see this one working. Thanks to both of you for the suggestion!

wombatgirl

I added milk to the carrot cake rooibos (and a little sugar) and it made it taste more like the cake itself

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The taste isn’t as full as the smell but there’s a cocoa taste that builds as it cools. It doesn’t quite peg the taste of the actual food but it’s close. And it’s good.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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