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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another THANK YOU to MandyB for this blend in the mail today! YAY! MandyB has been talking about Almond Cookies lately and I haven't tried any of them so she sent me some! :) The Dry Leaf and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks so much to Indigobloom for sending me a generous sample of this tea. I like cinnamon and almonds so I was pretty sure I'd like this too. It smells incredibly like a cookie! It's sweet and...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2576 tasting notes
  • “This (unfortunately discontinued, but Teavana sells a suspiciously similar variety I'll have to try..) wonderfully sweet tea has to be one of the most heavenly scents I've ever smelled. The tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea is great! however not a staple for me. It's very sweet but asides from the almond flavour, does not carry much else. It's pretty much a cup of liquid, almond cookie... which in my opinion,...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1341 tasting notes

From The Spice and Tea Exchange

Warm & toasty cinnamon and almond mixed with fine black tea make for an incredible dessert tea. Perfect to curl up with on those chilly evenings.

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Another THANK YOU to MandyB for this blend in the mail today! YAY! MandyB has been talking about Almond Cookies lately and I haven’t tried any of them so she sent me some! :) The Dry Leaf and Steeped Leaf both smell about the same which rarely seems to happen in my opinion…they tend to morph in some way…but not this one! I can certainly taste the almond but it blends REALLY well with the black tea. I can also taste – what seems to resemble – a pinch of ‘cookie’…it’s truly amazing! I usually don’t go ga-ga over nutty type teas but I have found lately that I like the majority of the ones I have tried. This one has been moved to the top of the list. In addition…I love the way this blend looks…black tea leaves with sliced almonds with orange and red slivers for extra color and uniqueness. What a FUN, delicious, creative, and guilty-pleasure type tea! Thanks again, Mandy!

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec
Angrboda

Hee hee! Mine included, I think this is the third almond tea that have appeared on my dashboard tonight. It’s an epidemic! :D I think I’ll attempt a second steep on mine.

TeaEqualsBliss

For first attempt I did 3 to 3 1/2 mins…might try longer next time just for kicks but I LOVED it at that steep!

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2576 tasting notes

Thanks so much to Indigobloom for sending me a generous sample of this tea.

I like cinnamon and almonds so I was pretty sure I’d like this too. It smells incredibly like a cookie! It’s sweet and nutty and even a little bit fruity, not sure where that’s coming from but I like it. I’m having this as my after lunch treat with a bit of soymilk and it’s yummy for a dessert tea. It looks like this was discontinued, too bad it is kinda tasty. Like I need more tea! Well of course I do!

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
ScottTeaMan

hehehehe….More tea is always nice. Computer’s been slow….pages not even loading sometimes. Might post my Zhen Qu review later….after my Steelers wipe the Browns! :))

Indigobloom

hehe I’m so glad you like it! and that it found a good home :P
funny, I thought it was a bit fruity too!!! but I thought I was imagining that…

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This (unfortunately discontinued, but Teavana sells a suspiciously similar variety I’ll have to try..) wonderfully sweet tea has to be one of the most heavenly scents I’ve ever smelled. The tea itself is gorgeous to look at, with bits of red cinnamon and white almond slivers amongst a generous amount of black tea.. honestly, I could just leave this tea in a bowl on my table to look at and smell and be happy without bothering to taste it.

A tad bland on its own, a teaspoon of honey and a dollop of milk (almond milk in particular does the trick!) makes this tea live up to its look and scent. There is little tea flavor to be found here, the creamy vanilla flavor of the cinnamon and almond completely dominating both the nose and the taste, but that’s not a bad thing at all for a dessert tea. I’d prefer this to a real almond cookie, honestly. It’s particularly good on a snowy winter night but I find myself making a cup of this once a week even in the middle of our humid DC summers.
-Cash

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This tea is great! however not a staple for me. It’s very sweet but asides from the almond flavour, does not carry much else. It’s pretty much a cup of liquid, almond cookie… which in my opinion, is a rather simple flavour. That said, when I’m craving that something sweet, it really hits the spot. I prefer it with some milk, and a touch of sugar to enhance the almond. It smells yummy as well of course!

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The more I drink this, the less I like it. The flavor just doesn’t hold up to the expressive, sweet aroma of the dry tea. So sad!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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