Crazy Caramel Popcorn

Tea type
Black Rooibos Yerba maté Blend
Not available
Not available
Sold in
Not available
Not available
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by TastyBrew
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

1 Want it Want it

1 Own it Own it

8 Tasting Notes View all

From Utopia Tea

Caramel and sea-salted popcorn is the perfect addition to our Spring Tea Menu! Crazy Caramel Popcorn is a tea to try and to indulge yourself in! This organic duo of salty-sweet will satisfy any sweet craving and leave you wanting more. Black tea contains a large amount of antioxidant compounds called polyphenols that aid in fighting harmful diseases while protecting the body. Black tea is also known to strengthen the immune system, lower cholesterol, and protect teeth and bones. Small amounts of calcium, manganese, and potassium have also been found in black tea. Try this tea as a latte!

About Utopia Tea View company

Company description not available.

8 Tasting Notes

615 tasting notes

This one smells just like delightful caramel! There’s big rolled balls of what I think are supposed to be caramel in it, as well as popcorn. It looks awesome.

Too bad it’s kind of gross. While I didn’t quite get straight dishsoap like TastyBrew did, I got something soapy, chemical and unnatural tasting that I can’t say I like at all. I managed about three sips before the cup went down the drain. It’s in those little caramel balls. They looked so intriguing I took the slightest nibble on one. They taste like salted hot, soapy plastic. Blerg.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

Oh no, that sounds awful :/


You know that thing cat’s do when they eat something gross and run their paws all over their face and tongue? That was me after biting into one of those balls of gross. :/


Ugh. I hate soapy tea. :-(


Eww, did that one ever deceive you.


Yeah. It was kind of like the Trojan Horse of tea.


Oh man! I totally know what you’re talking about. It’s awful!!!!

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

880 tasting notes

Thanks TasyBrew! I love the pieces of popcorn in this tea. So cute :) the aroma of this tea is so sweet and buttery. The flavor is buttery, salty, and creamy with caramel flavors. I’m surprised I liked this tea. I’m not a fan of actual caramel popcorn. Mmmmm thanks again!!


I’m glad you like it! All I could taste was dish soap. What were your steeping parameters? I really wanted to like it, maybe I made it wrong!


I did one teaspoon per 8oz and steeped it at 200 degrees for 3 minutes. I’m sorry it tasted like dish soap D:

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

361 tasting notes

I ordered this when Utopia tea had their free tea promotion and was not disappointed with the sheer quantity of free tea I received. This is the first tea I tried and the one I was most excited for.

The only thing I can really say is, dishsoap. I’m drinking hot dishsoap. And the dishsoap flavor is SOOOOOO strong. I thought maybe I had some soap remaining in my cup or something so I dumped it. Rinsed a bunch, sniffed my cup to make sure there was no more dishsoap in there and made some more.


This tea is really quite bad. I’m sorry. It pains me to say that as I like to help small business, but there’s something wrong with this tea. Maybe my batch got tainted by something. I hope so, cause I can’t imagine anyone tasting this and thinking, yes, I’ll sell it. And dumb, over eager me bought 2 bags of it.


whoa haha! hilariously awful.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

4452 tasting notes

Sipdown (191/195)!

Well, I’m not so sad to see this one go. Actually, I’m really thankful that the sample VariaTEA sent me was small enough I could use it all up in one go. Anymore and it would have been swapped to some poor soul or just tossed out.

It. Was. So. Gross.

It was like I was drinking this bad combination of citrus fruit that’s sat out the counter too long (where the fuck would citrus notes even come from!?), stale caramel, and butter that someone dropped on a dirty kitchen floor. I’m honestly shocked I even finished it: I guess I was really thirsty.


NayLynn sent this to me (because I asked for it) and I had one cup which promptly got dumped. It tasted like soy sauce to me. Honestly, I was planning to throw it out but I figured I would share and see your thoughts. Now I feel sorry I did. I abused our tea triplet friendship :O

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

3186 tasting notes

Oh. Oh no. I am sorry Naylynn, thank you for sharing but this is just not great. Weirdly it is a little like soy sauce to be. It smelled amazing but I don’t particularly feel like drinking condiments. I am grateful for getting to try something new and this certainly sounded tasty but this is not for me. At all.


I was kind of surprised you asked for it but I was happy to give it to someone who wanted it. You should see the other reviews. Only one person likes it so far. I thought you thought you would be the second.


I hoped I would. It sounded tasty. Sometimes I let the names convince me :P.


I get suckered by names a lot, too!

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

181 tasting notes

This is a very odd tea.

In the bag it definitely smelled like caramel and popcorn, but somehow a bit of the flavours got lost in translation once the hot water got involved. Post-brew it tastes a bit like burnt caramel with light soapy notes.

It’s not a tea that’s fun to drink, honestly. I could probably stomach the whole cup if I had to, but since I drink tea for fun this one will be going down the drain.

Boiling 2 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

345 tasting notes

I was excited to try this tea, it smells so good in the bag and looks fun with popcorn pieces and what I thought was coco puffs.

First sip tasted a little buttery but it smelled and tasted strange, some kind of seasoning. I tried to keep an open mind about it but I could not finish the cup. I poked at the coco puff that looked like a chickpea after being steeped and it was kind of gooey. I even tasted it, big mistake it was a concentrated taste of this strange tasting tea.

After coming on here I found out it was some kind of caramel ball and 1 out 3 people enjoyed it with milk and sugar. I gave it another chance, I had to add more sugar than I ever felt comfortable adding and I was able to get 1 sip in-between other sips taste like a caramel popcorn with my eyes closed, I did not finish this cup either.

If I ever feel brave enough to try this again I will do it without the caramel ball. Thanks moraiwe for the experience and I was glad to see you did not like it either.

Adding: I had some caramel popcorn this weekend and I was surprised how much it reminded me of this tea. Movie theater seasoning peaking through the not completely caramel covered almost burnt popcorn. Not the best caramel popcorn :(


“I poked at the coco puff that looked like a chickpea after being steeped and it was kind of gooey. I even tasted it, big mistake it was a concentrated taste of this strange tasting tea.” – I’m sorry, but the way I imagined the whole scene, it made me laugh :D :D


I was hoping you’d be in the camp that liked it. Sorry to hear it was a similar icky experience for you too


Haha Kat_Marie, I’m glad you got a laugh. If only I read moraiwe’s tasting note first, she nibbled at the “coco puff”

It’s ok moraiwe, it was fun! We know at least one person likes it so there must be more.


Yeah, whatever that weird chickpea ball is, it’s definitely the culprit that ruins this tea. I couldn’t drink it at all. Tasted like dish soap.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.