Vanilla Caramel

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Caramel, Dark Bittersweet
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “My mom is attempting to switch from coffee to tea. She loves loose-leaf but she pretty much won’t make it unless I am around. She’s convinced that she’ll mess them up, but really I think she just...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This blend usually gets passed over in favour of Vanilla Chai when I’m in the mood for a vanilla tea, but every time I have it I remember that I really like it. The smell can be a bit strange, I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My love of vanilla will send me in quest of new and diffrent teas anytime. This isnt bad, but its certainly not a well balanced medly of tea and vanilla, like the best are. This is pure bottled...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I brewed this tea on the lower end of the recommendations, 2 minutes, and it was quite strong black tea flavor with a nice sweet aftertaste. I think I’ll go back to my previous brewing method for...” Read full tasting note
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From Bigelow

How can something so incredibly delicious have no calories and be good for you too? It’s true! Bigelow Vanilla Caramel Tea has the rich, creamy flavor of caramel yet contains no calories. And because this delicious blend contains black tea, it has the added benefit of healthy antioxidants. When you feel you need a moment for yourself, relax with its wonderful aroma and unforgettable taste. Or use it in place of high calorie desserts, since its natural sweetness will satisfy even the most demanding “sweet tooth”.

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331 tasting notes

This tea smells and tastes very strongly of caramel and vanilla – or rather, of caramel and vanilla coffee syrups. I’m having a hard time separating the two flavors (which are pretty much all I’m getting – the black base is rather faint). Unsurprisingly, this tea is quite sweet. The flavors are a bit on the artificial side, but not in a particularly bad way. This isn’t an outstanding tea, but it’s a pleasant grocery store option and I ended up enjoying my cup more than I’d expected to. Thanks to moraiwe for including this in my swap package!

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100 tasting notes

This was the grossest tea I have tried. To me it’s extremely artificial, smells absolutely terrible, and the taste is amazingly cloying and cheap feeling to me. I actually threw the box away after trying it, and for hours afterwards every time I thought about my experience with this tea I felt a twinge of nausea! I took sips of it as it was cooling and it kept growing worse.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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5 tasting notes

forever my favorite. Milk and honey makes it sweet and lovely.

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2 tasting notes

I bough this tea for those times when I’m in the mood for straightforward dessert flavors and don’t want to think too hard about what kind. Guess what? That’s what this tea tastes like. It tastes like a tea that I bought from Ralphs. The caramel overpowers the vanilla, and if it steeps for more than a couple minutes, it’s basically a disaster cup of I Hate Myself And My Choices, but it’ll do the trick during those moments where you’re bored, have a sweetness craving, and vending machine cake sounds like a good idea. You know, those times.

Preparation
2 min, 30 sec

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1812 tasting notes

Wow, the last time I drank this tea was over five years ago. It tastes fake, it is not that delicious, but it provides a quelling to the afternoon sweet tooth.

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23 tasting notes

Had an unexpected panic attack, this was the first thing I turned to after queueing up Doctor Who and getting a brownie. This just happened to be the first tea I grabbed. Same preparation as before, but added some room-temperature water to the cup before pouring in the hot-pot water. It went funny at the end.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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94 tasting notes

Sugar and hazelnut creamer…after a midterm…perfect…=D

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37 tasting notes

Was one of my favorites until dietary changes, realized there were dairy esters in it. Had a great flavor with sweetened original almond milk, kind of bitter or funky without. Good desert tea if you’re in the habit of adding a creamer/milk, but I think it needs it. Sweet, the caramel is obvious. The vanilla was almost too much for me, but I’m not the biggest fan of stand alone vanilla unless the “mood strikes”.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec
Bigelow Tea

Thanks for the review Eibhilin.

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4825 tasting notes

So this one is something that I normally wouldn’t drink really but it was a gift from a coworker at DAVIDsTEA who had tried it at a hotel on vacation and really like it, so she brought a whole bunch home with her for the staff to try.

And on the note of it being something I wouldn’t normally drink…

So my coworker, Leah, was aware of the fact I don’t generally drink bagged tea anymore and she was actually super nervous about sharing a bagged tea with me. It just made me feel really reflective/introspective and put some things in a bit of a new light for me. I don’t even want to be the kind of tea drinker or perceived as the kind of tea drinker that is “too good for something”. That kind of superiority is exactly why people are intimidated by loose leaf tea, and sometimes even the tea community as a whole. I know that my personal experience has always been a positive one, but I understand why people are sometimes scared to take those baby steps into some of the more ‘hardcore’ facets of tea.

The fact of the matter is, you can be surprised by any tea and taste is totally subjective! So, while I fall into this trap myself a lot, a bagged tea can be as good or better as a loose leaf one and it’s worth the occasional “step backwards” to give one a try. And bottom line, friend/coworker took the time to share something with me because it made them think of me, and I am appreciative of that. I don’t ever want someone to be scared to share a tea with me because I’m “too good for it”.

And you know what? When I drank this one on the bus ride to work today it was damn good. Very creamy and rich, with soft vanilla notes and delectable caramel goodness. I was reeled in from my first sip, and you damn well bet I got every last drop out of that travel mug.

So thank you, Leah!

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577 tasting notes

Mourning the death of Robin Williams, big time. The man had so many demons. I hope he’s with the angels now.

I missed my Vanilla Caramel Lipton tea when I finished it. It’s a comforting, sweet flavor. I figured I’d give this one a try too. And hope that it makes me a little less sad.

I taste burnt cocoa, popcorn, sweet vanilla, and a hint of caramel. This brand’s Vanilla Caramel is much more dynamic and less dessert-y than Lipton’s. I like it!

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