Peanut Butter Cookie

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Cookie, Malt, Peanut, Smooth
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec 5 g 18 oz / 532 ml

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  • “This is yummy. Roasted nuts, peanuts, lightly sweet, a little cookie-ish, slightly malty. I like the mixture of Assam, Ceylon & Yunnan teas. Nice and smooth mouth and throat feel. I really like...” Read full tasting note
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  • “One of our teas from February. As I mention in my blog post for this tea, I was a little surprised that Frank didn’t try this tea – because he did quite a few peanut butter teas. I love this – the...” Read full tasting note

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Tea of the Week for February 25, 2019!

OK, when I first decided to do this tea, I must admit that I had to double (and even triple) check to make sure that Frank didn’t already create a Peanut Butter Cookie blend because it sounds like something he’d do. He did create quite a few different peanut butter blends so I expected to find this on the list – but I wasn’t able to find one. So if he did create the blend, I don’t have a record of it and it wasn’t recorded on Steepster.

Side note (and true story): back when I first noticed Frank creating various peanut butter blends, I avoided them. I didn’t think that peanut butter flavored teas would taste good. What’s more: I was actually quite repulsed by the idea of peanut butter flavored teas. I thought that peanut butter should be left to sandwiches, cookies and peanut butter cups and should stay as far away from tea as possible.

Then I actually tried one of Frank’s peanut butter teas and I liked it. I really liked it!

So here I am, sipping on my own peanut butter creation and loving every sip of it: an organic black tea base – a blend of Assam, Ceylon & Yunnan teas – blended with peanut butter cookie essence and a few calendula petals for some color.

And to those of you out there with a peanut sensitivity: worry not! This tea was created without peanuts. Nope, not one peanut went into the making of this tea! So you can enjoy your peanut butter cookie [tea] without fear! In addition, it’s also organic, VEGAN and gluten-free!

organic ingredients: black teas, calendula petals & natural flavors

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243 tasting notes

This is yummy.

Roasted nuts, peanuts, lightly sweet, a little cookie-ish, slightly malty. I like the mixture of Assam, Ceylon & Yunnan teas. Nice and smooth mouth and throat feel. I really like this! It’s now one of my favorite of their teas.

Have a great day. Busy one here but a good one. ^^

Flavors: Cookie, Malt, Peanut, Smooth

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec 5 g 18 OZ / 532 ML
Shanie O Maniac

You know, I was on the fence about this one, as I was already getting the Chestnut Praline Green Tea, and I didn’t know if I liked Nutty Tea or not. Turns out, I really don’t. But I’m glad this one appealed to you!
BTW: I don’t really like peanut butter cookies either so that also influenced my decision not to spring for this one.

Kawaii433

hehe Yeah I love peanuts, pistachios and almonds… I used to put peanut butter in my coffee with a splash of cream o.O. I understand when you don’t really like something, it is hard to rate it. I’m that way with Jasmine and cantaloupe lol… Mint too.

AJRimmer

I almost made an order specifically to try this tea, but I stopped myself since I still haven’t even opened my January order from them.

Kawaii433

haha AJRimmer, you just don’t know how much I relate to you on this (with all vendors).

Evol Ving Ness

:)

Quick! Buy all the teas!

This may not an unfamiliar thing for us here.

Kawaii433

lol omgosh… Not familiar at all, Evol Ving Ness. haha

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115 tasting notes

One of our teas from February. As I mention in my blog post for this tea, I was a little surprised that Frank didn’t try this tea – because he did quite a few peanut butter teas.

I love this – the peanut butter comes through nicely but the black tea is also nice and strong. There is just a hint of the cookie aspect – a hint of caramelized brown bottom, a hint of pastry/baked cookie. After my first taste test, I thought about playing around with that, but I loved the way it tasted so I didn’t want to possibly try to amplify the cookie to the potential ruin of the yummy peanut butter notes.

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