I miss this one.
“Not going to lie, I've been dying to try this one for a while, so when I found out *Awkward Soul* had some to swap.... !! So glad I managed to nab some! :D This one smells pretty delicious both...” Read full tasting note
“I finally have conquered the 25 pound box of peaches. I'm so proud. Except like 6 jars of jam are in my fridge but I should be getting rid of 6 in the next couple of days to people so yay freezer...” Read full tasting note
“So, one of the stores here still has this. Weird, eh? I snatched some up to see what all the commotion was about. I can see why it was named Buttercream. The aroma of the dry leaf is...” Read full tasting note
“Ugh, so effing comforting. Broke into my second hoarded stash bag today to have some of this this evening. So happy to learn that uptown has some of this left. I must refill...REFILL!! Read past...” Read full tasting note
The icing on the cake
Were you the kid who loved licking the leftover frosting from the bowl? And the beaters? And the spoon? Well, now you don’t have to hang around mom’s kitchen to get your buttercream fix. This luscious, creamy blend combines white and chamomile teas with sweet mango and loads of rich, buttery taste. And after you stir in a little milk and sugar, you can still lick the spoon.
With this rich, creamy blend, you don’t have to hang around mom’s kitchen to get your buttercream fix.
Organic: White tea, mango, chamomile, osmanthus, and organic compliant flavouring.
1 1/2 tsp, 94C, 4-5 min
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God I love the smell of this tea buttery rich creamy but light.
I am a big fan of white teas with their light taste and having the highest level of antioxidants in tea.
This is such a unusual mix of ingredients in a caffeinated tea and yet it works beautifully.
it’s very nice and light but rich and creamy as well.
A very pleasant tea,no need to sweeten.Wonderful experience to have mid-day when you want something sweet but not too sweet.
My friend sent me a taste of this to try. I love sharing teas. She suggested I go full force ahead and have it with a little cream and some kind of sweetener. I’ve got soymilk and a touch of agave in my mug and I have to say, it’s rather delicious! I’ve never gone out of my way to seek a tea with chamomile, but I would look for this one. Creamy and sweet, but it still tastes like tea. :) Just the way I like it.
I find this tea to be a bit of a hidden gem. It was really good! Not at ALL what I would have expected it to taste like with the subtle fruity edge, but it has a unique flavour all to it’s own. The chamomile is strongest, but with a lighter, smoother taste than normal. I didn’t add any milk to it, which I don’t usually do with most of the teas, but it didn’t need any.
I find it a nice evening tea, probably again because of the smooth camomile…. which I usually don’t drink on its own. The best word for Buttercream, according to that fact? Relaxing. It makes a nice movie-watching tea. Light, delicate, and ever so yummy. :) I’m not 100% sold on the icing theory, but that doesn’t even matter.
Attention DavidsTea fanatics: Oh, and one evening I added a tiny bit of Cranberry Pear to use up the last bit of what I had…. and it was perfect. “Cranberry Buttercream” MmmmmMMMmmmm, how I love you!
This is…strange. Maybe it’s because I have a cold, but the choice of flavors that are mixed in this seem odd to me. This is just my personal taste, but I feel like mango, chamomile, buttery-ness, and mint shouldn’t be mixed together. I drank it all, though, because any kind of tea helps when you’re sick. Not sure if I’ll have the rest of the sample pack.