Oatmeal Raisin Cookie

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  • “Okay so. During The Great Unlogged Period, I also had this one several more times. The grape instead of raisin flavor diminished some over time but not greatly. But I have not tried it in quite...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown! Finishing this one off, which was courtesy of CHAroma! I oversteeped this a bit today, but you would never know – very little astringency, which is nice. It does, however, taste very...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m reading the “So what’d you think?” prompt for this tasting note over and over while trying to finish the now cold cup of this tea. I was sooo excited about this one! I looove oatmeal cookies....” Read full tasting note
  • “I was a bit worried about this tea after reading the reviews and noticing a common theme amongst them: this tea tastes like grape. I love grapes. But, I’m not a fan of grape flavored things, I...” Read full tasting note

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This week’s tea is proof positive that being a pest sometimes pays off. There’s good reason why some of our customers have started referring to me as “the Willy Wonka of tea”. I enjoy creating bold new flavors, stuff that no one has ever done before. I couldn’t possibly accomplish this without the help of several people, most notably, our natural flavors suppliers. One of whom, I don’t mind admitting, I have a terrible man-crush on.

He is a genius in his field and provides probably 90% of our flavors. But what I love best about him is that occasionally I can come to him with a crazy idea for a new flavor and he will make it for me. Sometimes (like when I asked him to create a bacon flavor), he tells me I’m crazy and I have to track down an alternative, but many times he has helped me out. I know that larger companies that actually have money to spend will spend tens of thousands of dollars for his assistance in creating a new proprietary flavor profile, but he knows I don’t have the budget for that and he helps me out anyway. Maybe he sees in me, as I see in him, a fellow mad scientist. Whatever the reason, I am grateful.

For this week’s tea, he created a natural oatmeal flavoring, which I had been dreaming about for a while, so I could introduce you to this week’s tea of the week: Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Black Tea, with rolled oats, plump raisins and natural flavors including oatmeal and touches of brown sugar, raisin, and butter (and yes, it’s all vegan, for our vegan friends).

I don’t want to toot my own horn too much here, but I think this is going to knock your socks off. It is truly stunning. Get yours while they last.

Our Tea of the Week for the week of January 2, 2012

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I’m disappointed in this grape tea. That’s pretty much to strongest flavor and aroma coming from the dried leaves and the brewed product. Grape. Not raisin. I mean, it’s a nice tea, I guess…but when you say “oatmeal raisin” you tend to expect more. I don’t taste anything that implies oats, spices, or butter.
My rating reflects my disappointment.
They should have pushed up the grape flavor and called it a grape black tea
Oh, well

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does it taste like oatmeal raisin cookies? not really, at least not on my first try, though of course i’ll make more. but it is nice and sweet and yummy. paradoxically, when i first finished steeping it i thought it was oversteeped, but as it cooled it tasted understeeped…hmm

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Extremely disappointed with this one. Didn’t really taste oatmeal cookie; rather a faint taste of watered down grape kool-aid. I kept trying to like it, but it just wasn’t happening. The more I tried it the less I liked it. After two cups I’m not sure there will ever be a third. A rare misstep for 52teas.

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