I absolutely love this as a decadent treat. Steeped directly in oat milk on the stove…with a Lindt truffle melted into the cup. SO GOOD. It’s one of my go-tos when I’m craving something rich and decadent.
“I absolutely love this as a decadent treat. Steeped directly in oat milk on the stove…with a Lindt truffle melted into the cup. SO GOOD. It’s one of my go-tos when I’m craving something rich and...” Read full tasting note
“Hmmmm… interesting. This was much tastier when hot and has lost a lot while cooling over an entire Ghibli movie. It still smells good with peanut butter and chocolate. I can still taste it too, but...” Read full tasting note
“Actually tastes like peanut butter and chocolate. Very cozy.” Read full tasting note
“This tea was a creamy delight. From the peanut butter smell to the smooth taste. I very much enjoyed this tea. I tasted the peanut butter, a little bit of chocolate. It was not a peanut taste, it...” Read full tasting note
Butter yourself up
Whether you’re looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or a sweet treat on the go, nothing beats peanut butter and chocolate. Sweet, rich, salty and addictive, it’s a classic combo for a reason. And with this smooth and satisfying blend, you can indulge your sweet tooth anytime, guilt-free. With almonds, cocoa beans and chocolate chips, it tastes just like the real thing. And since it’s completely peanut free, you can take it with you everywhere. Want to take it to the next level? Try it as a latte with frothed chocolate milk. You heard it here first…
Price per 50g: $7.50
DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.
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Hmmmm… interesting. This was much tastier when hot and has lost a lot while cooling over an entire Ghibli movie. It still smells good with peanut butter and chocolate. I can still taste it too, but there is a flatness to it, almost alkaline, now that it’s cold. I might try resteeping and drinking it all while hot.
This tea was a creamy delight. From the peanut butter smell to the smooth taste. I very much enjoyed this tea.
I tasted the peanut butter, a little bit of chocolate. It was not a peanut taste, it was definitely a peanut butter taste and that is strange because I had always considered the flavors to be very similar but after tasting this tea, I feel like I can understand the complexities of the difference between peanuts and peanut butter.
I would say I taste less chocolate than in a traditional peanut butter cup, but I would not change that about the tea.
I am still learning about teas however I was surprised this was an herbal blend. It had a lighter taste than a black tea would have, I think it really brought out the peanut butter without weighing down the tea.
This is a tea I hope to enjoy for a long time.
Flavors: Chocolate, Creamy, Peanut
This one gets nothing but bad reviews, but it was on sale, and I was intrigued, so I grabbed some anyway. I preemptively doubled the amount of leaf I usually use and steeped it for like 20 minutes to make sure I’d get some flavor out of it. The smell is totally peanut butter. It tastes similar to a smores tea I had a few years ago. The apple adds a bit of sourness to the end of the sip that doesn’t fit, but the rest of the sip is decent. It’s not really peanut butter, but something vaguely chocolatey. I added milk after drinking half the cup, and that was nice, but go easy with it since these flavors can be easily overwhelmed. So what do I think of this tea? It’s okay! I guess I’m kind of craving more. There are definitely better chocolate teas, but I am certainly interested in trying other peanut butter teas if there are more! I also partially filled the cup with water and got a nice second steep.
I didn’t find this one to be peanut buttery at all. In fact I found it kind of flavourless. I got it in David’s tops of 2018, I don’t think I’ll be buying it again. I steeped for about 20 minutes too and still not getting much. It is light tho and almost fruity. Once it cooled tho, the almonds do give sort of a peanut butter taste. Up from 70 to 75 for the score.
Flavors: Almond, Butter, Fruity
Just straight almonds. You could steep three almonds in water and it’d taste the same. Add some sweetener and there’s a hint of coconut. Glad this was a free sample, it’s not disgusting or anything but what’s the point.