Caramel Cream

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Rooibos Tea
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  • “I was craving some more of the Jasmine Pearls, but since it was late I exercised control and picked this caffeine-free tea. This had a pretty typical rooibos scent with an underlying sweetness that...” Read full tasting note
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    mrawlins2 1015 tasting notes
  • “When I went to smell this tea, I was dubious! It seemed like the Hawaiian thingy had completely overpowered its smell and I couldn't get anything. But then I looked into the bag and I was like...” Read full tasting note
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    chibibigos 382 tasting notes
  • “A very solid flavored rooibos - I've actually enjoyed several cups of this already from my TeaFrog sample, but hadn't gotten around to logging it. The picture is quite accurate, and I like being...” Read full tasting note
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    teabird 404 tasting notes
  • “I haven't tried many caramel-flavored teas, but I'm not really sure why; I love caramel. When I first opened this sample I got a blast of caramel scent that somehow faded a bit. There were little...” Read full tasting note
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    dinosara 1995 tasting notes

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Combining actual caramel pieces with the natural sweetness of Rooibos leaves gives this tea a more complex flavor than a Vanilla Rooibos. A customer favorite, this tea is a hit no matter when and where it is served!

Ingredients: Rooibos, Cream-caramel Pieces

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TeaFrog ships high quality tea to anywhere in North America. Founded in 2006 by Mike and Melanie, TeaFrog endeavors make quality tea accessible to more people, as well as educating the community about the benefits and the myths of tea.

11 Tasting Notes

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1015 tasting notes

I was craving some more of the Jasmine Pearls, but since it was late I exercised control and picked this caffeine-free tea. This had a pretty typical rooibos scent with an underlying sweetness that hinted at the caramel. After brewing, the tea smells a bit sweeter and tastes a bit like caramel. I’m really getting more of the cream flavor than caramel, but as it cools the caramel is starting to come out more. I like this one. It isn’t my favorite rooibos but it is certainly nice. I feel another caramel tea day coming on!

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6 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

control? What’s that word? lol!:)

mpierce87

Right?!? Now if I could only control all the other aspects of my day….

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When I went to smell this tea, I was dubious! It seemed like the Hawaiian thingy had completely overpowered its smell and I couldn’t get anything. But then I looked into the bag and I was like dayum! they just stone cold put caramel chunks into this stuff. That is pretty neat, so I was once again optimistic about the tea.

The smell is VERY nice. Exactly like a caramel candy. And the taste is pretty much exactly the same. It is sooooo good! I just kept drinking it and remarking to my increasingly jealous friends with whom I was chatting on Skype how good it was.

This is by far my favorite of the rooiboses I’ve tried so far. I mean, I also really like the love, but this…it’s just SO GOOD. I basically feel like I’m drinking candy. I also totally forgot about it and oversteeped it but it turned out fine which is always a point in a tea’s favor in my book.

Now, I chose this for my extra free sample – it narrowly edged out the chocolate mint rooibos. I decided on this one because of my experiences with the Art of Tea dessert sampler. The chocolate-minty Velvet tea didn’t really do much for me, while the caramelized pear came out as the best of the bunch. This has basically left me suspicious about chocolate and rooibos (which also helped me resist the ultimate chocolate rooibos during 52teas memorial day sale) Now I feel all vindicated since this stuff turned out so good. Yay for me!

So at this point, I think I just have the Hawaiian thingy left of my samples. I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been putting it off after reading someone’s review about it being far too tart. Given that it’s the source of the overpowering smell in my sample set…this is not hard to believe…that’s why I’m gonna leave it to tomorrow…or maybe the day after :P

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
mpierce87

How is this on the rooibos sour wood taste scale?

Rabs

I need to start wearing my reading glasses for the pooter cuz I just read the title of this tea as “Camel Cream” and it sorta grossed me out. :P

Ewa

@mwrawlins2: caveat: I don’t really mind the taste of rooibos, but I don’t think it was particularly present.

Hee hee camel cream. “This tea was quite interesting but I could tell if it was a dromedary or a Bactrian”

Rabs

ROFL!!!!!

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A very solid flavored rooibos – I’ve actually enjoyed several cups of this already from my TeaFrog sample, but hadn’t gotten around to logging it. The picture is quite accurate, and I like being able to see the little cubes of caramel in this (they don’t dissolve very easily, for better or worse – 2 or 3 steeps and some vigorous stirring will do it, but one simple steep will not). I have gotten more than one steep from this, but the first is by far the best. I’d consider buying it, but my decaf-creamy-sweet niche is currently being filled by Hazelnut Honeybush; maybe when that’s gone…

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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1995 tasting notes

I haven’t tried many caramel-flavored teas, but I’m not really sure why; I love caramel. When I first opened this sample I got a blast of caramel scent that somehow faded a bit. There were little caramel cubes mixed in with the rooibos. Brewed up, this tea didn’t smell very much like anything. Perhaps a bit of the rooibos, but I didn’t get a strong caramel aroma. Tasting was thus a pleasant surprise; I enjoy the buttery caramel notes along with creamy vanilla in this tea, and I’m getting some almond too. It’s very faintly sweet, and overall very tasty.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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This one was a lot more woodsy than caramel for me. As I read these other reviews though, it looks like I have to give it a longer steep. I will have to try that next time.

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Preparation
145 °F / 62 °C 8 min or more

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