Tiramisu Treviso

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Rooibos Tea
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Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 34 oz / 1000 ml

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  • “Thanks to *TheDJBooth* for giving me some of this in a recent swap. hmm, I agree with the other reviewers here, this doesn't taste much like tiramisu. I got an almond aroma in the bag and my tea...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2582 tasting notes
  • “Another one that I purchased in my latest order from Christmas. Tiramisu happens to be one of my favorite deserts. One of those that I just can't seem to resist if offered to me. So I was hoping...” Read full tasting note
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    thedjbooth 361 tasting notes
  • “I got this unexpected bonus pouch of tea in my swap with *DJBooth*! Thanks! I had a Tiramisu rooibos from California Tea House once and wasn't too impressed by it. I didn't expect to be...” Read full tasting note
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    Mercuryhime 520 tasting notes
  • “Post dinner cuppa for my husband and I while we caught up on the Daily Show from last night. After reading all these reviews that talked about how sweetener really makes this tea shine, I bit the...” Read full tasting note
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    camiah 186 tasting notes

From Teavana

The unmistakable taste of Italy’s most popular dessert is captured in a cup of dreamy chocolate bits paired with almond and macadamia brittle and finished with the slightest hint of orange zest. This caffeine-free dessert alternative is ‘molto delizioso’ and makes a perfect evening treat! Note: this tea contains nuts.

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Thanks to TheDJBooth for giving me some of this in a recent swap.

hmm, I agree with the other reviewers here, this doesn’t taste much like tiramisu. I got an almond aroma in the bag and my tea tastes a bit like a rooibos mocha almond drink. I’m picking up on coffee, weird. The flavor was helped along with the addition of some soymilk which made it more dessert like for yours truly.

This wasn’t bad but I’m not too surprised it was discontinued… I was glad I got to try it though!

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec
Scott B

Have you had vegan tiramisu before?

TeaBrat

no, I can see that tofu would be a good sub for all that cheese though!

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Another one that I purchased in my latest order from Christmas. Tiramisu happens to be one of my favorite deserts. One of those that I just can’t seem to resist if offered to me. So I was hoping this would remind me of one of my favorite deserts. The dry leaf smell is a little overwhelming kinda in that fake Amaretto type of almond/cherry like sweetness. Not to mention the orange…since when does Tiramisu have orange in it??? Ok here goes nothing. I would agree with previous posts that it’s coffee like in the aroma. I think I used a little bit too much leaf because the flavor is a little too sweet…or orange zesty. As it is cooling down I’m starting to enjoy it a lot more. Some of the chocolate is starting to come out it’s tasting more like one of those chocolate oranges, and a little bit more coffee like. Tiramisu though? Not so much. The flavor profile also becomes familiar to me. Where have I tasted this before. Sip. Wait for it. Sip. Wait for it….Holy crap it’s My Morning Mate. Minus the mate and black tea. No wonder I’m starting to like it. On the other hand though I’m starting to wonder how many teas does Teavana do this with. I like it and I’m glad that when I run out this discontinued number not to worry. I’ll just pick up the full caf version. It is something to put in the pipe to smoke and ponder a bit. How many of their teas have the same flavor profile…just sayin’

TeaBrat

a lot of their fruit blends do seem similar to me

Indigobloom

I noticed that when I was in the shop!!

brandy3392

I also noticed that it is the same as My Morning Mate. Try adding a dash of salt – it helps cut the sweetness and brings out the other flavors a bit more.

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I got this unexpected bonus pouch of tea in my swap with DJBooth! Thanks!

I had a Tiramisu rooibos from California Tea House once and wasn’t too impressed by it. I didn’t expect to be impressed by this one either. The first thing I notice is this roasty coffee-ish taste. Then a strong woody rooibos. Then the oddly fruity amaretto and a hint of cocoa. Hmm… Someone needs to tell Teavana that a large part of tiramisu’s deliciousness is in the creamy marscapone. This tea needs to be creamy! Maybe a hint of vanilla could simulate creaminess here. Perhaps a pinch of vanilla honeybush. Too bad I’m long out of that particular tea. :(

Good evening cup. I think the husband might find this enjoyable as a latte.

Tina S.

I found something missing in this one too . . . it felt like the coffee was there to hit you over the head and make you forget that anything else was missing. A classic Teavana move, I’m discovering.

Mercuryhime

Might work better on recovering coffee drinkers. Maybe dad would like it. :)

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Post dinner cuppa for my husband and I while we caught up on the Daily Show from last night. After reading all these reviews that talked about how sweetener really makes this tea shine, I bit the bullet and added some sugar to my tea to see if it really brought out the chocolately/desserty flavors. Well, all I got was sweet. Sweet taste, sweet aftertaste. Blergh. Not my thing. I wonder if maybe it doesn’t taste more chocolate-esque for other people when it has been sweetened just because sweet and chocolate rather go together. For most people, chocolate is sweet, and so the chocolate flavor becomes more pronounced by the very fact that when adding sugar, you’ve added an essential component of the “chocolate expectation”. I don’t really get chocolate, even with the addition of sweetener. Mostly coffee. I like coffee. Okay, I’m tired, I’m on the cusp of babbling. Clearly it is time to go to bed.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Back when I used to be able to tolerate caffeine, I used to like coffee (I never got into decaf, dunno why). I never liked the bitterness of coffee, though, just its flavour, so I’d always add a ton of sugar to make it palatable (I can just feel the coffee purists cringing). What I especially loved doing was going to the supermarket and buying these tiny sampler packets of flavoured coffee, much as I now love buying sampler packs of tea. One of my favourite flavoured coffees used to be amaretto coffee. Today, I have found this same coffee in caffeine-free, tea form.

Wait, what? Yep, that’s what I said. If I hadn’t opened the packet and steeped the tea myself, if I’d only inhaled the fragrance and tasted the brew, I would’ve sworn that I was drinking the same amaretto coffee I used to love so much. This rooibos blend smells and tastes exactly like it, and it’s lovely.

This blend should just be called Amaretto Coffea (see what I did there?). It has a bunch of other ingredients that I’m sure somehow work together to give the tea a more full-bodied flavour, but I couldn’t tell you whether it’d make any difference at all if they were absent. It tastes nothing whatsoever like tiramisu, but if you like the idea of amaretto coffee, you’ll nevertheless enjoy this blend.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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I’m glad to try this, but this is not tiramisu, Teavana. Flavors that would make tiramisu: coffee, chocolate, rum or Marsala wine, and a tangy sort of cream flavor. Almond, macadamia, and orange? What. I mean, I guess the almond sort of invokes amaretto, and I’ve made a version of tiramisu with amaretto, but orange I do not get.

Smells to me like cinnamon coffee. Tastes interesting, it might be tiramisu if it wasn’t for that orange zest. It just doesn’t fit. It is really sweet though, I don’t even understand how.

It’s good, but it’s not really tiramisu. But really I have any better idea of a name. It’s an interesting flavor profile but…totally understandable why it’s discontinued: I’ve only smelled a brewed cup of My Morning Mate but I can tell this was just like a version of it with rooibos. TheDJBooth is on to something there, and I also must thank him for sending me some of this to try!

TeaBrat

Teavana seems to have a problem with naming flavors correctly…

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The aroma of the unsteeped leaves is very orange. There is a hint of chocolate along with the nut blend (macadamia and almond fragrances), but it is the citrus note that leaves the lasting fragrance.

The aroma is the same for the brewed tea. I tried this hot with no sugar or milk first. It was good, but perhaps a little too overpowering with the citrus. Adding sugar to the hot brew allows for the chocolate and nut undertones to shine through. This makes it taste a little like coffee, but it is not well blended and the flavors come in waves. Finally, adding milk (and sugar) to the hot brew makes for a well blended coffee flavored tea with all components working synergistically. This was pleasant because tiramisu should taste like coffee.

Overall decent, but you would have to like tiramisu in order for it to be really worth it to try.

Preparation
6 min, 0 sec

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Yummy! This is another great alternative for a dessert tea for nite-time as it is decaf. W/sugar and milk, this tastes as close to chocolate (or at least like melted ice cream) as I have had in a tea… Not sure how they do it but Teavana has created another winner!!!

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I love this tea SO MUCH. That is all.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec

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I’m starting to think that maybe tiramisu teas and I will never fit. I adore the real thing, but so far the teas I’ve had have been misses. This tea was somewhat uneventful. I didn’t taste anything I could put my finger on. It was more of, “there’s sweetness there, a little bitterness here”. It was a decent cup as I drank 3/4 of it, but I suppose nothing jumped out at me and made this one truly tiramisu in a cup. I’m very glad that I was able to sip this one, though! It had been one of my top Teavana teas to try! Thank you Brandy for this sample.

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