Eggnogg'n Tea

Tea type
Black Green Blend
Black Tea, Cinnamon, Green Tea, Natural Flavours
Creamy, Grain, Grass, Nutmeg, Rooibos, White Chocolate, Eggnog, Baked Bread, Cake, Cinnamon, Clove, Cookie, Sweet, Vanilla, Cream, Spices, Tea, Honey
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Edit tea info Last updated by Chai (not Kai) Mera
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec 11 oz / 317 ml

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  • “Used to be I’d have to drive clear across the state (or at least a good way out of town) to find this fun and frolicky holiday-season-only tea. Couple of places have it locally now and I’m tickled...” Read full tasting note
  • “So much good stuff today. 1. I got to see my grandparents and cousins 2. My verdant tea of the month came in 3. And the world didn’t explode!f YAYYYY!!! So when I was at the store I noticed that...” Read full tasting note
  • “I have so many awesome loose leaf teas and yet for some reason all I could think about was the two teabags of this sitting in my box of swaps. I finally gave in and when I opened the package all I...” Read full tasting note
  • “I went to pick up some cream soda from the drugstore, and lo and behold they had a display of the Bigelow seasonal teas! Personally, I like bagged tea. Loose leaf is superior in almost every way...” Read full tasting note

From Bigelow

An "Eggceptional" Tea. Now you can indulge in the delicious taste of "eggnog" often – without the guilt! Bigelow’s All Natural Eggnogg’n® Tea is a smooth and delicious blend of black and green teas with creamy flavor of eggnog. Only Bigelow could pack all this taste into one tea bag. When you need a little pick me up, brew yourself a cup.

Gluten Free

Ingredients: black and green tea, natural eggnog flavor with other natural flavors (soy lecithin), cinnamon.

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607 tasting notes

[Backlog] – I thought that this would be a simple black eggnog tea to have on hand during the winter. I wanted something creamy and smooth with that signature eggnog flavor. The dry teabag smelled promising, but once water was added, I lost all of that eggnog essence.

I tasted much more black tea and spice. It was actually more like a cinnamon bun tea. It needed a bit of milk and possibly some sugar to make it drinkable.

I am disappointed that this wasn’t a very good eggnog tea for me, but am happy to have tried it.

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381 tasting notes

Thursday Apr. 28, 2011
1st Steep of the Day
Bigelow’s Eggnogg’n Flavored Black Tea
Had a Few Egg’s Left Over in a Single Bag Mystery Tea Box
Took this one to Work for a GREAT MORNING START CUP.
What a novel Way to Have your Egg’s for Day
This makes a great Breakfast drink at Work.
I have one More Left For Tommorrow. Can’t Wait To
Keep On Steepin

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

One of my very favorite Bigelows — but hard to find in these parts! I tend to hoard it for fall and wintry weather. Their Ginger Snappish is good, too (and decaf to boot).

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74 tasting notes

OMG LOVE. You really need to be a milk tea drinker to appreciate this tea, which tastes thick and creamy with eggnoggy goodness. Very vanilla-y and sweet. I love this tea!


Were you able to find at a local shop or did you have to mail order? Can’t find it where I am.


I found it at Foodmaster, a grocery store near me. Would you like me to mail you a box or two? My email is [email protected].

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219 tasting notes

Very enjoyable cup of tea. It’s always fun raiding friends tea cabinets. You never know what you’ll discover.

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172 tasting notes

I’m bored, I had a box of this laying around, and I’ve been drinking sencha all day so I thought it was time for a change. This is one of the few bagged teas I actually enjoy, although there isn’t much actual TEA flavor at all (but what do you expect)? It doesn’t really taste all that much like eggnog, to me it actually tastes a lot like butter rum. I like to think of this as a “junk food” kind of tea. This isn’t something I lean on when I want a quality cup of tea, it’s something I go for when I’m really craving something sweet…and it gets the job done. With a little cream and sugar, it can really ward away a candy/dessert craving and its odd flavor is strangely comforting.

Bigelow Tea

Happy to hear you enjoyed this seasonal favorite!
Kathy for Bigelow Tea

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I found this by accident tonight on clearance at .99 cents a box. Tried it – love it. This is probably one of the best seasonal teas I’ve tried. Needless to say, I plan on going back tomorrow and wiping them out of these – I think they had about 6 more. At this price, I can’t resist.


One of my favorites as well. Go for it! (Wish I could be so lucky on clearance price!)

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This deliciously aromatic tea must be hovered over and inhaled to get the full experience. It will not disappoint those spice tea lovers, such as myself. If you like chai, then you will be a fan of
this! I must say, adding honey and whatever milk you like (I prefer almond or soy) will take it to a whole new level of sweet, creamy goodness!

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303 tasting notes

This tea definitely needs additions to enjoy. It was a little weak served naked. I added vanilla paste, cream, sugar, and eggnog to it. It’s enjoyable. I would of loved more eggnog flavor. It was nice. I would throw another bag of tea since added so much other junk.

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This is my favorite of all teas and I so hope it doesn’t get discontinued. I have bad luck with things I love getting discontinued (like spiced peaches are no longer in area grocery stores).

Unlike most people, I’ve only tried this tea plain and love it that way, so am not sure if I ever want to try it with sugar and/or milk as it’s nearly no calories this way and likely the better way for me to enjoy it. I host high teas pretty often and am thinking the people who have loved this tea at my high teas have also had it plain (and I know they’ve all loved it and raved about it to other people who came to later teas and specifically requested the tea due to having heard friends talk it up).


One of my favorites; I guess you can still order directly from Bigelow, but I haven’t seen it in stores in ages (then again, as I’ve posted elsewhere, I live in the armpit of nowhere when it comes to grocery stories that carry tea of anything but the generic variety). Here’s hoping it doesn’t get lost to the “black hole of flavors.”


I can currently order it in boxes of six from Amazon, but if it gets discontinued, then I won’t even be able to get it directly from Bigelow, and that would be a low!

Where exactly is the armpit nowhere? I’ve heard of armpits of the country, but they are usually big cities rather than “nowhere” types of places. I live in an area that has won awards for being the best place in the nation to live, yet many and maybe most residents complain about their being nothing to do around here (which to me signals a lack of knowing how to find things to do rather than the place being void of activities).

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Definitely a tea that needs milk in my opinion. I did not care for it without milk at all. I originally found this in a Christmas Tree Shop and wish I had purchased more than 1 box as I don’t feel the need to order a case of 6 boxes at a time from the Bigelow website.


I liked it w/o milk, but it just tasted like a basic cinnamon tea w/o it. No matter how good it tastes, it’s important to me that it tastes like the name.

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