Sub Rosa TeaEdit Company
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One of my favorite cold brewed teas. Green tea with big pieces of dried orange, candied mango and pineapple. Very refreshing. I am really impress with Sub Rosa’s tea there is no sugar or artificial ingredients. Another one of my favorite teas cold brewed is Mint Mojito.
Flavors: Mango, Orange, Pineapple
I ordered a four cup sampler of this tea. I wish I had a bigger bag it is delicious. Tastes like a peanut butter cookie. Delicious as a hot latte I will have to try as an iced latte too. It is seasonal part of the Girl Scout cookie collection. I have only tried this one and oatmeal raisin cookie. I ordered a larger bag of the Oatmeal Raisin Cookie. Wish I could order the combo pack to try all the teas but I will have to wait till next year I have ordered too many teas lately.
Flavors: Almond, Cinnamon, Cream, Hazelnut, Peanut
This tea is delicious definitely tastes like an oatmeal raisin cookie. I am enjoying it with maple sugar. I have also tried Oatmeal Raisin Cookie from The Necessiteas. I think I like The Necessiteas a little more but this one is a close second. It is unique in that it has lemon, sea salt, raisins, golden raisins and whole milk powder as some of the ingredients. I think the lemon intensifies the other flavors. I will have to try it as a latte too. This tea is seasonal and I have a sample bag from a bundle collection. I just ordered another bag! I am looking forward to trying Rum Cake Black Tea next. I really look forward to trying more of her teas.
Flavors: Cookie, Oatmeal, Raisins, Spices
Well the sipdown fever has finally made me crack open this little sample, which I have had for years, and has sat neglected, as it just isn’t my thing.
I don’t like mango, I could care less about papaya, and mate is not something I’ve really tried so far.
But! This was not an unpleasant cup. There was a light fruitiness to it that was actually nice.
Still, I won’t rank it, because its not my thing.
But it is a sipdown, and I am now at 50 teas! Woo!
This is one of those dessert teas that goes all the way in the dessert direction. I added about half a packet of sweetener and a splash of half and half to an 8oz cup, and if I hadn’t made it myself I probably wouldn’t have believed it wasn’t some kind of fancy hot chocolate! The overall flavor I get is marshmallow, interestingly enough, with chocolate and coconut as strong secondary flavors. Both the aroma and the taste are very strong!
I love this a lot, but fair warning: it doesn’t really taste like tea at all.
The dry “leaf” of this smells absolutely heavenly — not much like a carrot cake, but a slightly sweet and pleasantly spicy rooibos. It’s nice to look at as well, with fairly large carrot, coconut, walnut, and ginger chunks!
I’m not very impressed by the taste of this brewed up with nothing added, but since it’s obviously supposed to be a dessert-esque blend, I expected I’d have to add some sweetener. That brings out a nice spiciness (cinnamon and ginger) and makes it taste lovely: spicy enough to seem extra warming and soothing but not so much that those that are bad with spicy foods and drinks (like me) will be overwhelmed! Does it live up to the carrot cake name? Not really, and I truly wish that it did, but I still enjoy it!