Irish Cream Cheesecake

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Dark Chocolate, Smooth, Metallic, Mineral
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Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “ Samurai TTB #22 For me, the flavor of this tea came across as straight-up chocolate. A really GOOD chocolate…dark and rich and smooth and well-paired with the oolong base…but not at all what was...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Tomorrow is my birthday, and some of you probably know that I have a birthday tradition where I drink a cup of every tea in my stash with “cake” in the name – this year that’s seventeen teas so I...” Read full tasting note
  • “Apparently I had tasted this before, but I have no memory of that. There is a bit of a brandy note, as well as a slightly synthetic chocolate flavor. It’s slightly creamy, but not nearly enough for...” Read full tasting note
    63
  • “Sipdown (227…I think) Thank you Kittenna for the share. While this had potential for me, there was something about it that was off that I just can’t put my finger on. Probably for the best since I...” Read full tasting note
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From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for March 2019

Decadant and creamy, with hints of brandy and chocolate.

oolong tea, cacao nibs, sprinkles (icing sugar (vegan), modified corn starch, corn starch, fractionated palm kernel oil, cellulose gum, soya lecithin, vanillin, polysorbate 60), coffee beans, natural flavors

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Samurai TTB #22

For me, the flavor of this tea came across as straight-up chocolate. A really GOOD chocolate…dark and rich and smooth and well-paired with the oolong base…but not at all what was promised by the name! Maybe this is an older sample and the other flavors have faded over time? Anyway, it wasn’t what I was expecting, but still an enjoyable experience. And always special to get to taste one of the AQTT blends I missed back when Lauren was still in business!

Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Smooth

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Tomorrow is my birthday, and some of you probably know that I have a birthday tradition where I drink a cup of every tea in my stash with “cake” in the name – this year that’s seventeen teas so I decided to break tradition and split the teas up over two days. Part of that decision was the fact that last year I organized a tasting of all the teas w/ my coworkers in the lab and I wanted to do the same this year as well but we have a meeting tomorrow that will run through the lunch hour so today was the best alternative…

I did organize the tasting, though I wont do a write up specifically for it, but if you want to see a bit more about it I have an instagram post capturing some photos from it:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9pToqTgns0/

I’m still committed to doing full cups of each of the seventeen teas though, and I started with this one first thing when I got into work.

It’s not too bad, more on the roasted side of flavour notes – both in terms of the coffee notes but also a more roasted houjicha and nutty profile as well. A little bit bakey, additionally, with a finish that almost borders on metallic. I smell cheesecake a lot from the dry leaves but it doesn’t translate in the taste. This would probably be more accurate to its namesake with milk, but it’s still fine.

Martin Bednář

Happy birthday! And lots of nice cake teas all the birthdays :)

mrmopar

Ros is just a youngster! Best of days to ya lady.

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Apparently I had tasted this before, but I have no memory of that. There is a bit of a brandy note, as well as a slightly synthetic chocolate flavor. It’s slightly creamy, but not nearly enough for me to consider it reminiscent of cheesecake.

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Sipdown (227…I think)

Thank you Kittenna for the share. While this had potential for me, there was something about it that was off that I just can’t put my finger on. Probably for the best since I can’t get more of this.

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5461 tasting notes

I is for… Irish Cream Cheesecake!

My favourite of the three “Irish” teas I’ve had today, this is a light, mildly sweet and creamy tea, with the noticeable flavour of irish cream. It tastes a bit more muted than I remember, but is still good, and I particularly like the oolong base.

Mastress Alita

Funnily enough, I didn’t have a single “Irish” tea for I in my collection (my options were “It’s Snowing!” from 52Teas which is the one I ultimately went with, and “Issaku”, a Japanese sencha. …As a St. Patty’s day baby, I should probably get some “Irish” teas at some point…

Kittenna

You should! I am fond of some Irish Cream teas I’ve had, although they’re quite hit or miss.

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