Banana Cream Pie

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When you drink this tea, it is like indulging in a slice of banana cream pie without the guilt. It makes a wonderful iced tea and be sure to check out the recipe page to see how to make a tropical milk tea with this product. Ingredients: Black Tea, Coconut Flakes, Allspice, Vanilla Beans, Banana, and Flavorings.

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea!

Unlike my SororiTea Sister, I like bananas. I wouldn’t say that I LOVE them, I am not crazy about the fruit … you know, just eating a banana, that’s not something I’ll do often. I do love to add a banana or two to my smoothies so I usually have some bananas on hand. I don’t like banana runts, although I love banana ice pops, I love banana cupcakes, and I love banana tea. And I really like Banana Cream pie, although it isn’t usually my first choice when it comes to pie. (I’d prefer lemon meringue, if you’re curious)

So, I was really excited to try this Banana Cream Pie flavored tea!

This is really yum. The scent of the dry leaf is really quite odd, I must admit, It smells very little like bananas (that is to say, I hardly smell any banana scent here at all), and the same is true for the brewed tea. Very little banana smell.

But it TASTES like bananas. Actually, after the first three or four sips, my palate was able to assemble the flavors and it tastes like Banana Coconut Cream Pie. Yes, I know the name of it is only Banana Cream Pie, but the coconut is a strong enough flavor that it should be considered part of the name of this tea.

I taste banana, and vanilla cream custard, I taste coconut and I even taste pie crust that has been lightly seasoned with allspice. The tea is there too, and it’s all constructed in a very careful balance to create a real Banana Coconut Cream Pie experience in a teacup. Very nicely done, indeed!


I can’t stand banana texture—hate the squishy slimy feel—but I can do banana flavor tea with no qualms. This sounds tasty.


I understand that … maybe that’s why I don’t like to eat a banana either (I don’t dislike it, but, its not my favorite fruit to eat on its own).


I love bananas and banana anything. Definitely adding this to my shopping list (in which I’ve hardly made even the hint of a dent this Black Friday, but whatever—new tea!). =)


I like the idea of bananas, been needing to eat more for the potassium, but have been unable to convince myself to do it. It isn’t the texture, it is the smell that often puts me off. Even fresh bananas can put me off. Yet sometimes I do like them. I love them with strawberries, whether in yogurt, ice cream or shakes. Not a huge fan of Banana Cream Pie, I’ll eat a small piece of it….but then these days most of the only sweet stuff I can stand is tea. smiles


try freezing your bananas and mixing it with a dash of cocoa/sauce… tastes just like icecream and no banana texture!


lemon meringue pie is awesome (it’s why I like good morning sunshine I swear it tastes the same)

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…




Having said that…

This flavored black is interesting.

It smells like perfume, spice, coconut, vanilla, and a little banana.

The post infusion tea color is a light to medium brown. Kind of like a browner oolong color.

It’s slightly sweet and the allspice is mellow and works its groove thang. The Vanilla is wonderful! The Coconut is perfect. All of this really helps along the whole banana factor for me. This is nicely done all the way around! The banana is NOT overpowering at all. This is a nicely flavored black tea.

Oddly enough…considering my HATE for bananas…this is pretty darned special!


Sounds intriguing. I love bananas but can’t stand banana-flavored things…

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