Candied Almonds

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Herbal Tea
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This one of a kind tea is the epitome of sugar, spice and everything nice! This light and fruity blend has sweet and spicy notes that decorate the flavors of raspberries. With sugared almonds, sugared ice crystals and mistletoe, this tea not only provides a delectable drink but also great visuals.

Flavor Notes: fruity, sweet, spicy, light

Benefits
Apple helps in digestion
Apple brightens the skin
Almonds improve brain health
Mistletoe has anti-inflammatory benefits
Cardamom is a breath freshener

Ingredients: apple cubes, sugared almonds (almonds, sugar), apple pieces, sugar ice crystals (sugar, rice flour, hardened rapeseed oil, thickener: traganth, flavoring), cut mistletoe, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, flavoring, cardamom pods.

Contains: almonds

Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water

Net Wt. 1.75oz (20 Cups)

Brewing Instructions

Scoop 1 TSP (2 grams) Brew: 8-10min Temp: 203-212°

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This one was so weird. Good but weird. Because if I am being honest, I think I expected this to taste like Forever Nuts. Instead, it tasted like a fruity hard candy. I was genuinely confused the first couple sips because of that. I double checked the packaging and after confirming it was in fact Candied Almonds that I brewed, I checked out steepster and was happy to find Roswell Strange had the same experience.

The first sips were all red fruit candy…like strawberry hard candies. The more I drink, the more it tastes like apple candy. Still a fruit candy and not nuts. I don’t know if I need more of this but it’s nice enough and certainly took me by surprise.

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Sipped this down at some point during the first Steepster Freeze a week or so back…

I am what I call an “exploratory” tea drinker & part of that means sometimes eating the tea. I was very shocked when, prior to steeping this, I add a piece of almond from the dry leaf and it tasted very sweet and fruity, in a way that was almost like a strawberry hard candy! It was quite tasty, but it was like one of those moments where you accidentally drink someone else’s drink instead of yours and they’re drinking Coke but you were drinking Rootbeer – both are good, but tasting Coke when you expect Rootbeer is going to give you an initial feeling of “What the fuck is wrong with this!?” and revulsion because the flavour just isn’t right…

Steeped up, that intense candy like fruity sweetness actually carries through REALLY strongly into the profile of the cup. I suppose I can’t be upset that a tea called “Candied Almonds” tastes like candy, but it’s just such a different type of candy than what I would have expected from this tea. I like that strawberry/cherry type of note and I did taste some almond but it’s really different from my expectations.

Sadly this was a “one cup and done” type of sample – but I think if I were to drink it again knowing that I was going to experience that type of flavour profile that I would probably enjoy it a lot more. As it stands, this cup was fine once I got past the initial surprise of it all.

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