I like the smell of the dry leaves but once steeped it smells … moldy? Yikes!! Reading the other reviews, it seems like the other people didn’t drink the same tea as I did… because I couldn’t drink more than three sips!
“I like the smell of the dry leaves but once steeped it smells … moldy? Yikes!! Reading the other reviews, it seems like the other people didn’t drink the same tea as I did… because I couldn’t drink...” Read full tasting note
“This tea surprised me. I expected not to like it, but it grew on me. It was a nice change from other teas in my cupboard.” Read full tasting note
“One of my favorites!!!” Read full tasting note
“This is pretty good. I don’t LOVE it, but it is not bad. It reminds me a lot of the CocoCaramel Sea Salt at Teavana. I had it hot with some sweetener. I picked up...” Read full tasting note
It’s sweet. It’s salty. And it’s totally addictive. It’s no surprise that caramel corn is such a popular fairground treat. And we just can’t get enough of it. So of course we had to make it into a tea. With real popped corn, caramel pieces plus fresh hints of apple, pineapple, almonds and coconut, it’s rich, buttery and beyond satisfying. And thanks to a touch of beetroot, it brews a fun bright pink colour. Now you can experience that fairground treat anytime, anywhere.
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CaramelThe Urban Tea Merchant
CaramelEmpire Tea Services
CaramelTHE O DOR
Popped Caramel CornThe Reinvention of Tea
Caramel Corn GenmaichaCompass Teas
This is pretty good. I don’t LOVE it, but it is not bad. It reminds me a lot of the CocoCaramel Sea Salt at Teavana. I had it hot with some sweetener. I picked up 100g and may pick up a bit more in the coming days, as it is only available for a short time. I am glad I had a chance to try it. It does give off a very nice aroma when steeped. Not one of my new favourites, but pretty good. Too me, it seems more like a fall tea though.
Yum. YUM. Sweet and buttery with a wee bit of salt remaining on the lips. I think I might like to try mixing this with a bit of plain black tea to see what happens. It is delicious straight up and hot. My first cup of it brewed up pale yellow, not pink as stated. Perhaps all the beet pieces fell to the bottom of the dry mix. I think I may miss this tea when it discontinues.
Flavors: Butter, Butterscotch, Caramel, Salty
Despite the mixed reviews, this has to be one of my favourite teas of all time. It’s soothing and sweet in a way that helps me deal with my never-ending chocolate cravings (something I’m trying to avoid due to allergies). I was sad that this was a limited edition, but managed to stock up just before it disappeared forever.
Flavors: Caramel, Popcorn, Sweet
I only picked this up because DAVIDs was clearing out their ice tea packs for very cheap and I figured, 30g of tea for harly any moneys? Can’t hurt to try.
I like the look of the dry tea. The slices of cinnamon stick and the popcorn pieces are pretty together. It also smells great – very much caramel and popcorn. Steeped it smells great too, buttery, caramel and popcorn.
I find the taste of it a little on the weak side. I initially steeped for 5 minutes but resteeped for a few more after the first couple of sips. I’m definitely getting popcorn, caramel, sweetness and butter, but also fruity and tart, which seems a bit out of place for the flavour inspiration.
It’s tasty and an easy drink, and I’m glad I got a bit of it before it went away, but it’s not a must have, and I don’t think I’d rebuy.
Flavors: Butter, Caramel, Fruity, Popcorn, Sweet, Tart