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Toasty Almond

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Herbal Tea
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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A rich and delicious herbal blend with almond, apple, cinnamon, and beetroot pieces. The intoxicating aroma of roasted nuts, caramelized almonds and baked apples are impossible to resist. A dreamy blend anytime you need a sweet treat! Our most popular tea by a landslide!

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Sipdown (202/205)!

Thanks VariaTEA for the sample. It was neat comparing it to Forever Nuts and all the similar blends, but it wasn’t much of a comparison because this tastes exactly like Forever Nuts anyway.

For that reason, not sad that it’s gone because I have lots of Forever Nuts left.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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And with this chilly day, I bid Toasty Almond adieu.
Ah! Too hot. so hopefully I didn’t burn all my tastebuds away, but man it’s cold in the boyfriend’s parents basement!
Not a lot of time, as usual, but just wanted to pop by again!

I’m not too sad to see this tea go, however it does fill a certain niche in my tea cupboard that isn’t filled by anything else. A sweet, nutty, donut-like tisane full of win. Any suggestions?

AliPants

Ever tried DT’s Mulberry Magic?

DaisyChubb

Not yet! I just read your review, it’s now on my ‘to try’ list :D

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Have you ever really loved a tea and then just one day you could no longer even stand the smell? Well basically that is what happened to me with Forever Nuts and by extension, this tea as well. Courtney so graciously sent me a sample and since I was a huge fan of Forever Nuts, I knew I would love this too. Except one day I made myself a cup of Forever Nuts and could not even drink it. So I have been putting off trying this. However today when I smelled it, I was really intrigued and decided to brew myself a cup. Despite it being buttery and filled with wonderfully nutty flavors, I just could not drink it. I know it is a good cup of tea but it just is not for me. Thank you Courtney for sharing!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Courtney

Aw I know what you mean. I feel like I had something similar with this tea. Maybe the flavours just become too overwhelming at a point.

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I think DaisyChubb sent me this one a while back! Thanks!!!

It smells like Cinnamon/Almond/Apple…pleasant enough! I’m hoping it tastes like it smells.

OH NO! Hibiscus! The liquid is a cloudy grapefruity-pink color.

I under-infused on purpose! Because of this – it seems I am able to handle this flavor combo!

First apple, then almond, with a little cinnamon and a little lemon trying to hide underneath.

This is alright! Better than I anticipated. I think the almond and cinnamon flavors save this flavor combo!

DaisyChubb

Don’t worry! It wasn’t hibiscus, it’s beet root! :D

DaisyChubb

If there’s any left, try a longer infusion! I find this one takes a little while to have a flavourful cup, but now you don’t need to fear hibiscus so that should help :D

TeaEqualsBliss

Oh!!! Beet root! That explains it!!!! :)

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Okay so I sometimes get a little overexcited in my tea ordering rampages and should’ve realized this is Tealish’s version of Forever Nuts by David’s. I enjoy Forever Nuts, but it didn’t ever make my cupboard permanently.

Perhaps Toasty Almond will make the cut :)

This is a lovely herbal. The combination of baked apple, almonds, and a hint of cinnamon is quite comforting. It’s unlike many other herbals in that it feels slightly more substantial. I’m not quite sure that’s the correct way of wording it, but until my mind works out something more suitable, that’s what we’ll go with. Perhaps it’s the almonds? I will enjoy this one the rare times I’m not trying to caffeinate myself as of late, to get the least amount of sleep humanly possible.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I received my order from Tealish today – quick shipping and packaged great! Really pleased with the customer service. Needless to say, having a bunch of new teas to try has brightened my day considerably! :)

So, onto the tea experience. It’s quite late. I’m soaking wet from a long walk in the rain, so I grabbed this to try, as it sounded like a lovely, warming treat before bed. It’s herbal, so I’m assuming there wouldn’t be any caffeine in this (do correct me if I’m mistaken) I like the packaging on these Tealish teas – shiny silver bags, and they’re sealed up until you crack them open, with little ziplock closures on them. The labels are nice too – bright and cheery – includes a description of the tea, as well as brewing instructions.

With a name like Toasty Almond, I’m expecting it to be quite nutty. Dry, I do smell sweet almond, but also a cinnamon-baked apple pie-brown sugar mix. Definitely smells delish from Tealish (I know, I know, I’m brutal with the lame puns lol) It’s pretty “chunky” as I watch it brew. Lots of big stuff bobbing around. Not sure what they are but they smell good. Maybe beetroot? I have no idea really LOL. Lots of almond pieces too which pleased me. It really looks like some sort of cool trail-mix.

Brewed, it is a rich reddish-orangey colour. At first sniff, I am totally getting baked apple pie. Lots of cinnamon and brown sugar. Just the way I like it. I can smell a slight nutty smell, but it really is second to the baked apple pie aroma.

Wow! Took a sip, and it was a quick tartness on my tongue, with an even quicker finish to pure sweetness. What a pleasant surprise! Definitely tasting the apple and cinnamon with a light brown sugar finish. I have to reach for an almond taste to be honest. It’s just not as nutty as I was expecting it to be. Maybe it’s just me, but I would have called this Toasty Apple Pie Yummy Happy Times (or perhaps something more eloquent) instead of Toasty Almond. Either way, it’s definitely toasty, and quite yummy.

ETA: Just not getting any nut flavour out of this brew. A bit of a bummer as I was expecting more nutty goodness. Dropped my rating a bit because although it is quite good as an apple pie alternative, I’m still expecting more almond/nutty taste and it’s just not delivering. That being said, I will keep trying and see where it takes me. After reading other reviews, I’m concluding that it must just be me, as other reviewers are noting the nutty flavour in this tea.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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So, of course, this is like Forever Nuts. But… better? Dare I say it? They are very similar, but I find this version a little richer, maybe a little sweeter with the tartness diminished a bit. A lovely concept and a lovely blend! So comforting, and a good dessert stand-in.

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Took a nice big scoop of thisin my travwller to tutoring tonight. Perfect choice to round out the evening! Sweet, nutty, and just a little spicy. As always, I loved my cup (and the fuschia colour just makes everything better!!)

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Love this!! Very similar to DAVIDs Forever Nuts blend. But this one is a more real tasting nutty brew. I love apple and cinnamon flavours together. And this brew has them! Gonna try a cold brew of this which should be super yummy!!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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Scribbles sent this one to me this week as part of our swap. Thanks! I’ve never had a tea with nuts in it before so I was intrigued by this one, it looked a little like the trail mix I just bought at Whole Foods.

I wasn’t expecting this tea to be pink once steeped, so that was a bit of a surprise. I was worried that it might be from hibiscus (I wasn’t really looking closely when I scooped my tea in the pot), but it must be from the beetroot in the mix. I was expecting this to have more of a nutty flavor to it, but it was pretty subtle. Mostly I got cinnamon and sugar with a bit of apple and it reminded me a little of an apple crisp. Still, this ended up being a really nice herbal for the end of my day.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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