Brandon's Snickerdoodle Black Tea

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  • “In case you didn’t know, I’m from Kentucky, and firmly from the portion that considers itself part of the South. Despite being a Southern oddball when it comes to tea (unsweet and hot, please, not...” Read full tasting note
  • “Well, I’m about to head out with my little one to go trick-or-treating, but I thought I’d warm up with a cup of this first. The more I drink this, the more I’m liking it. I wrote a review of it for...” Read full tasting note
  • “Thanks to silvermage2000 for a bit of this tea! I had pretty low expectations for this one as it appears to be rather crushed up (I was assuming it would be wicked bitter), but I just took a sip...” Read full tasting note
  • “It’s lying. The ingredients list must be lying. You see, I was sitting there eating a star anise snickerdoodle and drinking this tea and the list kept telling me there was no star anise in the tea....” Read full tasting note

From 52teas

Brandon is one of our most loyal customers at our brick and mortar shop, Zoomdweebie’s Tea Bar. If there has been a week over the past two or three years since he first discovered us that Brandon has not stopped in, I certainly can’t remember it. He is always there, enjoying our teas and sharing his quirky sense of humor with everyone around him.

Brandon kind of reminds me of a snickerdoodle–a bit spicy and tough on the outside, but warm and inviting once you get to know him.

Brandon likes to make some of his own concoctions at Zoomdweebie’s, asking me to brew him up a little of this with a little of that (or to brew the hot tea into a mug full of gummy bears as I recall…) One of his recent favorites is to blend vanilla and cinnamon teas which he has been hounding me about blending together and naming it “Brandon’s Blend”.

Here then, Brandon, is your fifteen minutes of fame.

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I was surprised to see such an ordinary blend from 52 Teas, but my disappointment was only limited to the lack of crazy – not the flavour! A deliciously strong cinnamon vanilla tea, a cup of this is just begging to be drunk alongside a pile of snickerdoodles fresh from the oven. I refuse to drink it any other way!

I’m sure I’m not the only one wanting to see a blend with gummy bears or more importantly, something along the lines of this: Whaddya say Frank? ;)

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Southern Boy Teas

ROFL! Awesome! Not sure what we would put in there though. You have to be a little more specific.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Freakin’ Awesome. Just hysterical.

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The last of my samples of old 52teas blends via iHeartTeas. Like the others, this one has lost most of its added flavors with time. It mostly tastes like a cinnamon black tea. It does taste faintly like a snickerdoodle, but that could be just because I want it to. It’s fairly tannic and not the most enjoyable black tea base I’ve had. But I don’t fault 52teas.

Freshness is paramount with all edible things, so I should not have expected tea to be any different. Alas, so much for thinking I’d get to try out some retired teas. And I thought I was being really clever and sneaky too. :P

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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I really enjoyed the flavors in this unique, strong blend. First off, the aroma hits you the second you open the package. The aroma reminds me of fresh snickerdoodle cookies cooking in my grandmother’s oven. The taste is very similar – strong cinnamon and vanilla. This is a perfect heavy fall tea – and I can’t wait to try it blended with soy milk and honey. However, plain works just perfect.
I’m intrigued about Brandon’s gummy bear tea – ingenious! When can we expect that?!

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