Yeah, not gonna lie, I freaking love this thing.
Still figuring out how to make a good one at home. I think adding whipped cream on the top would fix anything wrong I did to it.
Whipped cream on everything pls!
I’m not sure if I should “Like” a Tea Frapp-especially from Starbucks! OK, twist my arm. :))
haha I know, it’s an abomination
Hah! That’s my summer staple if I “have” to go to Starbucks. Hubs likes to go there from time to time. That’s my story, and I’m sticking to it.
Ahhh, still figuring out how to make this properly too! All efforts are worthy.
Mélissa, what recipe are you using? I should try my hand at a homemade one too. I have two jars of Matcha that I should really use.
I’m litterally just blending *sensibly dissolved * matcha with water, ice, agave, milk of choice, and my make-it-drinkable ingredient, DaVinci’s white chocolate sauce. There are probably better options out there (Please do share), but my colleagues like this recipe.
The agave is the sweetener, right? I googled some recipies, and the ones I saw used vanilla syrup, which, I’m trying to think if I get any hint of vanilla in Starbucks’ version.
The question is how long until Tim Hortons decides to make/ruin this? hahaha.
LOL, comments like this make me really hesitant to go to Tim Hortons if I ever go to Canada. They don’t seem to have a good reputation for anything tea related!
(For Vanilla syrup I buy Vanilla Nesquik haha. It’s so cheap, and you only need like a spoonful, woop!)
Oh yeah, don’t go to Tim Horton’s for tea haha :) But the bagels are good. ;)
Their non-coffee drinks are usually just fine! But yeah, tea not so much.
Durr, I meant coffee drinks, not non-coffee drinks (or conversely, substitute in ‘non-tea’).
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My favourite tea companies are DavidsTea and Verdant Tea. They please my palette in different ways – and I love them both for it.
I’m back bb!
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