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Rooibos Tiramisu Mascarpone is a distinctive sweet but never sickly blend that is as delicious as it is unusual!

The unique combination of South African rooibos tea with roasted coffee beans, chocolate chips, caramel, brittle pieces and yoghurt provides an inimitable flavor palette that is unmatched by any alternative. Our unique tea artisans worked tirelessly to formulate this Rooibos Tiramisu Mascarpone swirl until perfection was reached, resulting in a Rooibos Tiramisu Mascarpone blend with a light Irish coffee taste.

Naturally sweet and aromatic, Rooibos Tiramisu Mascarpone is the perfect treat for any time of the day, and particularly delicious in place of dessert after a meal. Robust rooibos and roasted coffee bean base notes segue seamlessly into creamy caramel and mascarpone mid notes, before topping out with the light suggestion of Roman chamomile and flavonoid-rich chocolate chips. Just delicious!

Ingredients: Rooibos tea, chocolate chips, brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnut pieces, invert sugar), cream caramel pieces, flavoring, freeze-dried yoghurt granules, sugar, malt dextrin, modified starch: di-carbophosphate, roasted coffee beans, Roman camomile.

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2209 tasting notes

Another one I wouldn’t mind ordering a full two ounces of. I noticed a coffee bean, a cube of caramel, and a few ROMAN chamomile flowers fall into my infuser. Basically the roman chamomile is why I wanted to try this sample. One of my favorite teas, SpecialTeas Vienna Winter Green has roman chamomile in it and not many other teas do. It’s supposed to be tiramisu but I haven’t had that before. I’m getting a bit of a caramel taste and a bit of a coffee taste…. not much roman chamomile flavor though. The rooibos flavor isn’t there at all, but I hear some are more sensitive to it than others. But the other flavors kind of mask the rooibos. Apparently there should have been chocolate here, but maybe none fell into my infuser. It also tastes a bit like sweet almond, so I’d say the mascarpone description is accurate! Almondy chocolate caramel coffee? Yum. A ton of nice ingredients here… just like the Vienna Winter Green… but like that one, this one could have also used some toasty nuts or something. So this makes for a good late night dessert tea because of the rooibos… except for that coffee bean. :D


What is the difference between Egyptian and Roman chamomile?


I have no idea… I just like that it was in the other blend I liked. :D


There are two genuses that are commonly called chamomile (which in itself has multiple spellings and pronunciation). There is Matricaria recutita (German chamomile) which I find has a smoother, sweeter flavor and I believe this is the one that is grown in Egypt. Then there is Chamaemelum nobile, common name Roman chamomile which is the low-growing ground cover in gardens. The German chamomile is an upright annual which is about a foot tall. I have harvested both and to me, the German tastes better brewed while the leaves of the Roman smell more hay/apple-like. They are very similar for the brewed flowers and derived essential oil but there are definite differences. I have noticed many teas containing chamomile never specify which it is.


thank you! I’m following you if I wasn’t already… you know what you’re talking about :D

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1779 tasting notes

This is a very tasty tea, but it’s also a trickster and I don’t approve. I don’t like my rooibos with coffee beans in them.

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206 tasting notes

This was from a swap from linnaete I finally got around to. Hmmmm I don’t get tiramisu. Just a sweet rooibos. Man I wish I was a fan of rooibos. There are so many dessert teas that I would love!!! I’ll have to put this in the to leave me pile. Thanks for the sample.

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998 tasting notes

This isn’t my favorite. It’s OK, but I’m not really getting Tiramasue. I’m not even really sure what it tastes like. Some chocolate, some sweet, not really getting the coffee. I’ll drink what I have but wouldn’t order it again.

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1718 tasting notes

Today’s “new start”. From the scent of the dry leaf, I was expecting a cup of mostly rooibos, and probably a very woodsy one at that. Fortunately not so. The main flavour here is a slightly sour marscapone-ish creaminess, very reminiscent of tiramisu. Underneath that are notes of almond, coffee, chocolate, and just a hint of caramel. There is some rooibos poking out here and there, but it’s pretty effectively masked by the flavouring for the most part.

I used 1 tsp of leaf for my cup, and gave it 3.5 minutes in boiling water. The dry leaf contains coffee beans, chocolate chips, and cubes of caramel, so there’s a slightly oily scrim to the brewed cup, but nothing too distracting. I enjoyed this one, on the whole. I’m not sure whether I’d have chosen a rooibos base…but it works. I’m a happy camper!

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp

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This is a really tasty dessert tea. I don’t know if it tastes like tiramisu per say, but I get a nice blend of chocolate and almonds that I enjoy.

Flavors: Almond, Chocolate

4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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199 tasting notes

Let me start out by saying that it really irks me when I forget to put rooibos blends in a T-sac and instead put them in an infuser because oh.my.gosh I hate little floaty rooibos bits. When it’s actually tea floating in my cup, it’s no biggie. But….little scratchy bits of rooibos that stick to the sides of your mouth and under your tongue…ugh. I don’t mind the flavor of rooibos usually, but feeling pieces of it in my mouth while drinking it is just unbearable.

Now, I made this for my boyfriend to try and stole a couple of sips from his cup. He didn’t seem to mind the pieces (thank goodness because I wouldn’t have finished the cup due to being so annoyed). The flavor and smell, however, were wonderful! I definitely see myself seeking out other coffee-flavored teas now. I liked that there was the slightest hint of warm, roasty, comforting coffee-ness in both the fragrance and taste. I also felt this truly encompassed the flavors of tiramisu. The most prominent parts were the espresso, vanilla/cream/custard, and almond. Is there normally almond or amaretto in tiramisu? If there isn’t, perhaps there should be because it tasted great all together.

I just have to make sure that I always brew this in a bag. I’m rating this solely based on flavor, since any rooibos/honeybush blend finds its way out of my infusers, making it not the fault of this blend.

Flavors: Almond, Cream, Espresso, Vanilla

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