Praline Truffle

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Just got this in a swap from *QueenOfTarts*. Thanks! This tastes just like walnut brittle from Della Terra. So I like it, but don't need to order any since I have a bag of the walnut. They...” Read full tasting note
    TastyBrew 361 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown! This one came to me thanks to *QueenOfTarts*. So thanks! When I first tasted this one, I knew it was really _really_ familiar, and then I realized that the Walnut Green at Georgia...” Read full tasting note
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    moraiwe 616 tasting notes
  • “I could only detect coconut when drinking this tea. The other ingredients stand out (and smell divine!!) in the scent of the dried leaves, but coconut overpowers in the final product. It seems that...” Read full tasting note
    Flightysprite 473 tasting notes
  • “OMG. Chunks of pineapple, nuggets of pecans, tiny toffee crumbles and bits of coconut are scattered throughout this blend that reeks of a rich praline aroma. Brewed, it is a pale orange, but the...” Read full tasting note
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    Robbin12 31 tasting notes

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Praline Truffles is the perfect green holiday tea to cozy up with on a winter day. The full-bodied and candied flavor on a naturally sweet green tea base make every cup taste like a satisfying dessert. Its walnut pieces and almond slivers give this dessert tea a rich, buttery, nutty flavor with a pleasing body and smooth texture. The taste finishes with the surprising sweetness that naturally emerges from the green tea base. The fresh, vibrant, and pleasantly grassy flavor of the sencha green tea balances the delicious buttery flavors of the nuts and candied praline essence.

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361 tasting notes

Just got this in a swap from QueenOfTarts. Thanks!

This tastes just like walnut brittle from Della Terra. So I like it, but don’t need to order any since I have a bag of the walnut. They literally taste exactly the same. Funny.

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Sipdown!

This one came to me thanks to QueenOfTarts. So thanks!

When I first tasted this one, I knew it was really really familiar, and then I realized that the Walnut Green at Georgia Tea Co. was pretty much the same thing. Oh well!

But this one has a weird lower layer of fruity sweetness that feels out of place. I call it a lower layer because the sweet seems to start at the bottom of my tongue and then work it’s way up to the top and settle where I would normally expect it to. It’s odd. I’m odd. Whatever.

I still really like base of sencha and the coconut adds a nice creamy feeling. I definitely taste the walnut and nuttiness and it’s well balanced. I’m also finding that most nut teas live kind of a weird feeling in my mouth…waxy but not quite. Either way! Good tea. Just like the other better.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I could only detect coconut when drinking this tea. The other ingredients stand out (and smell divine!!) in the scent of the dried leaves, but coconut overpowers in the final product. It seems that I do not like coconut flavor in tea. It reminds me of coconut and pineapple lip smackers that I used to have as a little girl. My brother used to eat them and somehow his eating them made me associate the flavor on my own lips with his nasty habit. Coconut doesn’t always give me this association, but it seems that in hot liquid form, it does.

On a side note, my father really loves this tea :)

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OMG. Chunks of pineapple, nuggets of pecans, tiny toffee crumbles and bits of coconut are scattered throughout this blend that reeks of a rich praline aroma. Brewed, it is a pale orange, but the aroma does change and is reminiscent of buttered popcorn. The taste, according to my partner to which I concur, is Jelly Belly buttered popcorn with a hint of buttery toffee, but I also taste a sweet note provided by the pineapple. While it definitely does not wholly taste like a praline truffle, it does not disappointment. Light, pleasantly aromatic, and delicately balanced…I will definitely keep this in stock.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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