Tiramisu/Mascarpone

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 32 oz / 946 ml

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  • “Its good - its really quite good - but I feel like there is something missing. Its not so much the flavor itself, as it tastes quite yummy but its more that there is this lacking in the mouthfeel!...” Read full tasting note
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    azzrian 807 tasting notes
  • “I finally figured out what this tea needed - salt. I like my teas sweetened, but every time I added sweetener to this, it just got sickeningly sweet. Adding half a pinch of salt to this really...” Read full tasting note
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    brandy3392 149 tasting notes
  • “Oh my, was this ever good! I made a cup for Mr.K after he got off work. He typically doesn't choose flavored teas, preferring pu-erh and oolongs but today he chose this so I made up a cup. He asked...” Read full tasting note
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    ajkiv2411 52 tasting notes
  • “I made myself a pot of this because I wanted something sweet to help me wake up today. The first glass had a lot of coffee notes to it, and now that its cooled its almost all almondy roobios. I...” Read full tasting note
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    jendang 88 tasting notes

From ESP Emporium

The light Irish coffee taste, complemented by a hint of sweet caramel pieces, is refined by mascarpone.

Ingredients: Rooibos tea, chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnut pieces, invert sugar), cream caramel pieces (sweetened, skimmed condensed milk, sugar, glucose molasses, butter fat, wetting agent: sorbitol, emulsi1’ing agent: mono- and diglyceride of edible fatty acids), flavoring, freeze-dried yoghurt granules (skimmed milk yogurt (lactose), sugar, malt dextrin, modified starch: di-carbophosphate, acidifying agent: citric acid), roasted coffee beans, Roman chamomile.

Serving Size: 1-2 level tsp./6oz serving

Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F

Brew Time: 8 to 10 Minutes

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Its good – its really quite good – but I feel like there is something missing. Its not so much the flavor itself, as it tastes quite yummy but its more that there is this lacking in the mouthfeel! I want something more robust and creamy perhaps, something that sits in my mouth more heavily and says “HEY I’M HERE!!!! I’M DECEDENT!” This is almost too polite to me.
Its crisp not cloying thats for sure but in this case I would not mind a little more cloying!
At least grab me and tell me you love me too!
I love mascarpone, I love tiramisu, I grab that stuff and shove it in my mouth and devour it!
I want to feel that way with this tea!!!
I do enjoy it quite much, and I am sure I can add some milk, or creamer, or whatever and doctor it up but I don’t want to doctor it up I want to love it just the way it is.
Isn’t that how love should be?

Anyway – the romance is on simmer for now yet not simmering, it certainly is not on FIRE!
Yet I am still very fond of it.

I think I am avoiding the break up because I still see such good qualities and such potential in this tea, yet potential is not what IS, only what could be with some changes.
We should strive for THE ONE, and not settle for what COULD be, or POTENTIAL!
SIGH I am just not one for liking to change things that are not of my own creation.
Wait oops I thought I was speaking to a client for a moment – sorry this is the tea forum.
My bad.

TassieTeaGirl

The name sounds fabulous, tiramisu tea?! Pity it doesn’t live up to the name.

Azzrian

Yeah I mean its trying really hard, its close, but it just isn’t quite there. Bummer but its not bad at all I mean I even re-steeped it and stuck it in the fridge and it was alright. Just not the love I was looking for lol.

TassieTeaGirl

Wel. Bummer. I guess close is ok though

SimpliciTEA

It’s funny how the way we approach tea is very similar to the way we relate to people. Reading this really made me smile. : )

Azzrian

Yeah lol fun too isn’t it. Glad you smiled! :)

Kittenna

Haha, definitely could have been the client in that situation for about 4.5 years, but now time to get one with finding the one! I see how it quite relates to tea as well (although tea doesn’t usually break your heart… sigh!) Mumble mumble :D

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149 tasting notes

I finally figured out what this tea needed – salt. I like my teas sweetened, but every time I added sweetener to this, it just got sickeningly sweet. Adding half a pinch of salt to this really helped bring out the flavor. I’m really enjoying drinking it this way. Prepared with almond milk, stevia, and salt.

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Oh my, was this ever good! I made a cup for Mr.K after he got off work. He typically doesn’t choose flavored teas, preferring pu-erh and oolongs but today he chose this so I made up a cup. He asked for it no sugar, as typical and was disappointed when it tasted like “somebody put a dash of coffee in his tea.” I took it back from him, tasted it and decided it would benefit from some sugar. He okayed it, I returned to the kitchen to add the sugar. I tasted first before taking it to him and opined that it would greatly benefit from a splash of milk. Surprisingly, he also agreed to this and allowed it, but reiterated just a splash. Well, that splash made it. This ended up being a delicious, creamy dessert tea. Totally yummy!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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I made myself a pot of this because I wanted something sweet to help me wake up today. The first glass had a lot of coffee notes to it, and now that its cooled its almost all almondy roobios. I wish the coffee would’ve stuck around longer but I’m not angry with what I have. All in all a good tea I’m glad I have more of.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 5 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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