Wedding Cake

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Rooibos Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I'm doing this one from memory, as I've been so stupid to accidentally lock the drawer of my desk at work. As you may guess, I don't have a key to open it and the sample of Wedding Cake rooibos I...” Read full tasting note
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    Barbara78 59 tasting notes
  • “I am plowing through this 2oz bag I got! It smells very similar to the Tea Embassy’s Almond Cookies Green tea, which is also being drunk at record speed. Both have a powerful almond and coconut...” Read full tasting note
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    Dustin2Dust 470 tasting notes

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Fragrant and caffeine free herbal blend that has the aroma of wedding cake! The delightful combination of coconut and almond make this rooibos a favorite blend.

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I’m doing this one from memory, as I’ve been so stupid to accidentally lock the drawer of my desk at work. As you may guess, I don’t have a key to open it and the sample of Wedding Cake rooibos I received from Dustin is in it. Darn! Hopefully someone will be able to open the lock next week.

Anyway as Dustin I find the tea’s to be similar in that they both have a powerful almond smell and flavor. I think because the rooibos in itself is sweeter, it blends more into the mix than the green tea base of Almond Cookie, which is a pity. Although a very good rooibos, it isn’t as interesting as the Almond Cookie Green in my opinion.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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I am plowing through this 2oz bag I got! It smells very similar to the Tea Embassy’s Almond Cookies Green tea, which is also being drunk at record speed. Both have a powerful almond and coconut smell and that strong smell carries through to strong flavor once brewed. Both are quite delicious with this one being non caffeinated! I didn’t understand why it was called Wedding Cake until I went to a friends wedding the other day and had a slice of cake. I was floored by how similar the cake tasted to the tea! My friend said it’s vanilla cake with almond frosting. It was delicious, just like this tea. The rooibos is a bit drying as it tends to be, but the fantastic taste distracts me from that most of the time. I think I’ll make a permanent spot in my cupboard for it in the non caffeinated section.

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