Notes of coffee, weird cloying sweetness in there.
“Notes of coffee, weird cloying sweetness in there.” Read full tasting note
“Bought this for my sister, and she let me try a cup. It’s really pretty good! Nice cardamom flavor, plus some coffee. It doesn’t lack any depth. It makes a nice latte and smells amazing. Second...” Read full tasting note
“I like this tea. It kind of reminds me of drinking coffee. Very strong coffee bean scent and flavor. It is very sweet.” Read full tasting note
“Cold brew in oat milk overnight.” Read full tasting note
A loving homage to Turkish coffee, this cardamom-spiked white tea could become your new obsession. Blended with energizing black tea, coffee beans and a dollop of cream, it manages to be both smooth and refreshing, rich yet surprisingly light. A sweet and satisfying dessert-like tea that’ll seduce you from the first sip.
How it tastes:
Rich, creamy coffee flavours mingle perfectly with fresh notes of aromatic cardamom
What makes it great:
● This java-inspired tea is our nod to Turkish coffee, which is traditionally brewed with crushed cardamom.
● It’s got a caffeinated base of white and black tea to give you a boost of energy.
● The perfect blend for coffee lovers looking for a delicious gateway to tea.
50 g of this tea makes around 10-12 16 oz cups of hot tea and 5-7 16 oz cups of iced tea.
Ingredients: White tea, black tea, cardamom seed and husk, apple, coffee bean, rosehips, natural and artificial flavouring.
Price per 50g: $10.98
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.
Cardamom ChaiTea India
Not much to say, it is a tea that taste like coffee with a sweet bitterness with a touch of sweet malt and that is slightly sour. Taste too much like coffee, I can’t distinguish the black and white tea in it - The price is too high for that one. However, I will revisit this one with different parameters it may taste better, will see. WATER USED: Nestle Pure Life
Flavors: Bitter, Coffee, Malt, Sour, Sweet
I really enjoyed this one, although I wish the coffee flavor would pop a little bit more. I didn’t think I’d like cardamom, but I’m learning I actually do. I got this on sale from David’s tea, anything with coffee beans is a go to for me. I think I would purchase this again.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Coffee
This is an odd duck but any coffee-tea hybrid is.
The white tea is an interesting choice, but I- can- detect that barky taste I associate with white teas so it’s not lost under all that cardamom and coffee. It’s light and tastes just as good warm as it does when you’ve left it on the counter for an hour and go back to it, but I’d like to try it again with some cream too.
Yeah. In my absence from Steepster I went hard onto coffee for a while, and hard into cream into coffee & tea. O.O (But not always! I wouldn’t do it to a premium black tea or anything like that!)
Tricky review, this one.
First off, it’s a white chai. I’m a new convert to white chai’s, where my partner decided all he drinks is white tea. So, I had to figure out a way to combine my love of chai with something he’d drink.
This fits the bill…. sort of.
I mean, there’s ALSO black tea in here, and then…. big crescendo… there’s also COFFEE.
C’mon tea lovers. It’s a macchiato.
Still, I’m all… what?! Tea AND coffee. Sacriledge!
Next up in the melange of weirdness? It has an odd assortment of ingredients. Apple was the strangest for me (I’m not sure how it fits, other than perhaps as a natural sweetener), although the rosehips also made me go… hmmm.
Now I really want to try it.
Yep, yep, yep.
First cup was straight tea, nothing added, no sweetener.
All I can say is… this tea surprised me.
It DOES taste like a macchiato. It’s definitely cardamom-heavy (bring it, I love cardamom), and I can also taste the coffee. The black tea gives it a bit of depth, and then the apple sweetens things up so I really don’t need sweetener. Although, I’m definitely adding some the next steep. Just to be sure. ;)
First cup, second steep was surprisingly similar, with some added Krisda (stevia + erythritol mix). I still craved the creaminess of a macchiato.
Darn that’s hard to spell correctly. Macchiato.
Second cup, I added heavy cream + Krisda.
OMG. This is goooooood. Like I could drink this all day and still gulp it down in one sip, gooooood.
I think, perhaps, for me…. this reminds me of a coffee my former inlaws used to make every morning. They’d grab their locally-roasted beans, grind them up with some cardamom, and then brew their coffee.
This tea, drink, whatever you want to call it at this point (it’s a bit of everything, isn’t it?) reminds me of that feeling, that moment, that….. ah….
It’s a hit for me, and a surprising one. I didn’t think I’d like this so much that I’d want to buy more.
I mean, I drink TEA people, not coffee…
1 DAVIDs Perfect Spoon in 12 oz of water and 8 oz of heavy cream, brewed three minutes, at boiling water temperature. I
f I could, I would do this at a much lower temperature, but all I have access to at this coworking space is instant boiling water. Ah, first world problems.
Flavors: Cardamon, Coffee, Sweet, Thick