Maple Pecan Rooibos

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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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Maple Pecan flavored Rooibos

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I got two free samples in the mail today from Design a Tea. This is sample 1. It is a rooibos with maple and pecan flavoring. The rooibos has that woody flavor to it, but it is not overpowering. The flavoring is strong. If you like a ‘pow’ kind of flavoring then you might like this. The pecan seems to be the more predominant flavor. The maple is kind of a background sweetness. The maple is more of an Aunt Jemima “maple” rather than a Vermont maple. I am also picking up on a coffee-like flavor and some burned sugar flavor. I like the burned sugar aspect, but I don’t like the coffee flavor so much. I think that is coming from the pecan. The smell is distinctly coffee. All in all, I’d say give this one a try.

Note – you probably don’t need any sweetener at all in this (coming from someone who sweetens everything).

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec

This flavor (not the base) sounds so yummy… although I’m still not sold on the soggy nuts. I have to close my eyes and pretend they aren’t there when I dump my Mayan Chocolate Chai leaves lol.


Actually, this might taste a lot like a pecan waffle with maple syrup and a side of coffee. I love nut flavors in tea! :)


The flavors of nuts in tea is fine… it’s just the thought of the texture… I’m very much a texture oriented person.


They do look yummy, but they contain milk and eggs (boo). Thanks for thinking of me.


Oh yeah… forgot about that one…

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