French Toast

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Black Tea
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Custard, Maple Syrup, Cinnamon, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Vanilla, Baked Bread
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 13 oz / 384 ml

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  • “ugh – so behind on my tasting notes! I had this yesterday prepped at the parameters I normally use for Frank’s black teas. It was slightly better this time – I think because I added some milk and...” Read full tasting note
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Look ma: No mango this week! Instead, be prepared to be blown away by this new black tea blend. If you love our Pancake Breakfast blend, you’re going to LOVE this. It’s similar to Pancake breakfast, but a little sweeter with some cinnamon, brown sugar, maple syrup and yes, even a touch of butter flavors.

This is like French toast in a cup without the 600 calories you’d expect from some hot French toast drowning in maple syrup and butter. This is a brand new comfort tea and I imagine it’s going to go FAST.

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May 27, 2013

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This tea tasted different every time I tried it, and never quite like french toast. That said, I would happily sip it while watching a Toronto Maple Leaf ice hockey game, traipsing through the Yukon territory, or practicing my français in Montreal.

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Well, the heat and much of the power has been off for the past several days chez nous— don’t ask. Today, finally and thankfully, a couple of lovely electricians just an hour ago resurrected that the bits and ensured that the furnace is now at full blast. Good thing too. I am quite sure that it is going to take me a week or more for my hands, seat, and thighs to thaw from this most serious deep freeze within.

So, tea, but of course. This cup is full of maple and custard. And gratitude.

Flavors: Custard, Maple Syrup

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Yay – so happy to hear the heat is back on for you! It’s a bad time of year to be without heat!

Evol Ving Ness

Indeed. We’ve had extreme cold weather warnings for three days in a row. Fingers etc. still defrosting.


oh man sorry to hear your power was out!

Maddy Barone

Holy crap! Glad you have heat again.

Evol Ving Ness

Ayup, you and me both. I am still covering up with two blankets though.


yuck. I hate being cold. Just bought a bunch of heat tech clothing from uniqlo for that reason :p
But I much prefer tea n blankets when convenient.
So glad to hear you have heat now. Stay toasty!

Evol Ving Ness

Thank you. Yes, I am a big fan of long underwear currently. All the long underwear. It is such a delight to have heat now. A whole new world. I think I am just going to bask in that today. Heat and tea and work and tea and chores and tea and reading and tea and blankets and tea. O lovely day.

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Here’s Hoping TTB

I’m going to preface this by saying I hate French Toast – I’ve had multiple french toast teas and they’re really hit or miss, it depends on which flavors come out from the tea.
This one has a mild chai taste, I’m not getting much baked bread flavor but the black tea base is heavily apparent, not that I mind. It reminds me exactly of what I interpret the end of fall to taste like, a little Christmassy with the cinnamon and nutmeg flavors. It almost tastes like eggnog without the creaminess. Overall I actually like it.

Not rating as to not screw with those who actually like French Toast flavored teas.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Vanilla

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Here’s Hoping TTB

I adore maple flavors in tea, so I had to give this one a try! Unfortunately, I think this sample must have been old and/or contaminated…the flavor was barely-there cinnamon with maybe the barest touch of maple on a flat black base. Withholding rating, since I don’t think I was tasting this tea at its best!

Flavors: Cinnamon, Maple Syrup

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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253 tasting notes

This tasting note is for the newer version of this tea (ingredients: black teas, cinnamon, calendula petals and natural flavors). I’m getting mostly cinnamon on a light base. Any toast notes are minimal, at best. I added a touch of sweetener to see if any of the other notes were amplified. Unfortunately, they were not. Maybe the toast notes were lost in the reformulation?? I’m happy to have sampled it. I do love black teas, especially in the morning, but I think I’ll be passing this particular blend on to someone else.

Flavors: Cinnamon

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #11
I’m not sure if this is from the reblends, as I don’t actually know what the new packaging looks like. Whoops. Sorry, 52Teas! But if the new packaging doesn’t look like the old 1.75 ounce pouches, then this is an old one. The flavor is okay. I wouldn’t necessarily think it is french toast. It might be a REALLY old pouch though, because it doesn’t even seem like the newer old black tea I don’t like. Even the cinnamon was barely making an appearance. Maybe it’s just the way I brewed it.

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My first impression of this tea was not very good. All I tasted was black …Ceylon? I’m not very good at identifying black bases. Kinda bitter. As I let it cool down I experienced more of the flavors but not as much as I thought I would. I’m going to try this again tomorrow with some …honey or something added and see how it changes.

2 min, 45 sec 1 tsp

The names of these teas are very different xD

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This morning I had to decide which of my new teas to have with breakfast, so why not one that already sounds like breakfast itself?

The dry blend smells like maple syrup, cinnamon, and sugar. It does remind me of a slice of French toast with all the trimmings! After brewing, I could already smell a strong, clear black tea base, which was a good sign. The flavor of the tea leans more heavily toward cinnamon and brown sugar, more like a snickerdoodle cookie than French toast, but I’m not complaining. The tea base is quite nice—with a bit of peachy sweetness and a strong, malty-bready undertone, giving it more of a toast-like quality. Thanks beelicious for the opportunity to sample some of 52teas’ creative blends!

I think I need to try some of these teas, particularly black blends, with milk…I’m not a big milk drinker but maybe almond milk could be nice!

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Fourth tea today. Because I’ve come to the realization that I have too much tea in my stash now, I’m trying to try at least 4 teas a day. More if I start early enough or it’s something that I end up not being able to drink because of reasons. Lol.

Dry I get a cinnamon, spicy, vaguely reminds of french toast. But since I only put sugar and cinnamon on my french toast, I don’t associate maple with it. My Mom puts maple syrup on her’s though. Lol.

So maybe my palate is broken. Or just had it with all the tea I’ve had today because I don’t get french toast out of this at all. All I get is a cinnamon-y, maybe some other spice, tea. No bready/eggy/maple/whatever sort of flavors. I added some brown rock sugar since I felt it might’ve gone better than my usual Truvia and all it did was make it a bit sweeter cinnamon tea. Lol!
I don’t know what to think about this. /frowns/ I’ll probly end up tossing this in my swap/sell bin since I just don’t think this tea is for me.
Thanks Cavocorax for tossing this in for me to try.

(1.5tsp used)

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

That’s a shame! I think this is a great concept for a tea. I wonder if anyone else makes something similar! I’d love a good french toast tea!


It definitely seemed like a good idea for a tea. Still does really and maybe this tea is the best example of it. I’m thinking it’s just me though since everyone else who’s tried this tea seems to get french toast out of it. Lol.


We’ll I’m definitely with your Mom on the maple syrup & FT. Maybe we should trade :)

Teas, not Moms.


Lol. You couldn’t have my Mom even if you did want to trade. She’s too awesome. XD
I’d be up for a tea swap if you wanted. Shoot me a message if you want. I’m already following you.

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Very nice black tea. I do find it similar to 52 tea’s Cinnamon roll but seeing as they are both cinnamon that isnt too strange I guess :) I has a nice cinnamon and vanilla taste, I cant really taste the toast though. I had mine with milk and rock sugar.

Flavors: Cinnamon

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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