SBT: Almond Milk Iced Tea

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170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 15 sec 7 g 32 oz / 946 ml

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615 tasting notes

I finished my pitcher of this today. I still didn’t really get almond milk from it and the almond flavor itself was quite muted and easily overtaken by the black base. I suppose I would drink it again if someone offered it to me, but I won’t be seeking it out again any time soon.


Aha, I had a feeling the almond wouldn’t hold up to the base that Frank uses.


Yeah. I appreciate he didn’t make it overly sweet tasting like almond extract, but if I didn’t know what this tea was supposed to be, I don’t know if I would have been able to guess either.


Yeah, I’ve come to the conclusion that the nut flavourings he uses just can’t hold up to his bases, but you never know until you try. :)

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1731 tasting notes

I thought for a moment that I’d started doing something wrong with these, after last week’s Candy Cane experience, but then I read a few of the other reviews and it turns out this one just doesn’t have a lot of flavour. It’s good to know I’m not the only one! This one got the usual SBT treatment (3 minutes in 1/4 litre of boiling water, topped up to 2 litres with cold water, and into the fridge overnight).

To taste, it’s lightly creamy, but I’m hardly getting any almond flavour at all – just the tiniest smidgen of nuttiness, and mostly in the aftertaste. The black tea base is smooth and refreshing, as always, so it’s pleasant to drink, but I was hoping for more flavour. Not loads – because almonds can be quite strong and overpowering and I’m not a huge marzipan fan, but a little more than I’m getting. Having said that, actual almond milk is a fairly mild thing, so maybe I’m being unfair. I’ll enjoy sipping on this one, nonetheless.

Iced 8 min or more

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I enjoyed this more than I thought I would. I’m not a huge fan of “milk” (almond or otherwise) and usually the only purpose milk serves in my diet is as a splash of it in my chai or breakfast tea – rarely – or to pour over cereal. That said, I do like those amazing milk tea concoctions you can find in the mall. Those things that taste more like sugar than tea? Yeah, even though they taste more like milk and sugar than tea, they are still yummy. Fortunately, I’m at the mall rarely and I’m buying a milk tea even less often than that.

All of that tangent leads me to say that I did enjoy this Almond Milk iced tea. I don’t know that I was actually tasting “Almond Milk” but I could taste almond and I could taste a creamy element to it too. And the brisk black tea was very refreshing.

This actually sort of reminds me of a lighter version of Thai iced tea which is one of my favorite ways to drink iced tea. A tasty iced tea.


This is one of the SBTs on my list to try… but I really need to get through the other ones I haven’t tried first! So many teas…

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525 tasting notes

I quite liked this. It’s mildly creamy and almond. The base tea is smooth and would have made a lovely iced tea all by itself. I imagine this is the stuff sweet tea is made of.
I actually thought the lighter flavoring made this tea better than if the the base tea had been hidden away.

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388 tasting notes

So, I kind of forgot to take out the bag and cold steeped this for like 3 days so I was worried it’d be too strong. Also the flavor I guess had settled to the bottom and looked a bit cloudy but it was normal after I shook it up a little. Flavor wise it was ok, tasted like a mild almond milk. Not the most flavorful SBT… not one I’m going to rebuy I think.

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2216 tasting notes

Sadly this is kinda meh. It’s a sweet, very slightly nutty, somewhat weak, iced tea.

I did a hot steep with half the packet (diluted to 4 cups), then I tossed the leaves into a cold steep that I will let sit until I get home later.

So far, not impressed. I think that for the other half of the packet I will make it as 2 cups of tea.

(Also, it was 14g including the giant tea bag. What?)

Added: 1/2 tsp rock sugar to the 4 cups. Also tried: with almond milk, but it’s WAY too dilute to make a milky tea.

200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec 7 g 32 OZ / 946 ML

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