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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726 tasting notes

Thanks to Albertocanfly I get to try this tea I’ve been dying to try! Apparently it’s like in every store around the holiday season but the ones which I go into xD
no idea why…
It’s kinda weird-haha!
Wasn’t expecting too much because I’ve had an awful experience with Bigelow, their tea just tastes bad to me.
But this one surprised me!
The dry leaf smell did remind me of egg nog.
Couldn’t focus much on the steeping aroma because I got my order from DavidsTea and only 1/4th of it was right…so I was in a state of unbelief because the packing slip was right but they sent me a tea I didn’t even add to my cart ever. Ughh sometimes that company….
I think I’m the only one who has bad experiences with them ever, that’s what It feels like at least.
So I didn’t focus on the flavors too much because I was busy writing them an annoyed email.
This tea does remind me of egg nog, but I think that DTT Winter Nog reminds me of it more just because the cinnamon isn’t as over-powering. This one is good but not something I would buy. Super happy I got to try it though! And thank you, Albertocanfly for sending me more than one of those tea bags because hopefully next time I won’t have to be so distracted by having to email a company for screwing up the simplest of orders. xD But really, thank you, Albertocanfly! :D

Flavors: Cinnamon, Nutmeg

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(60 = Would drink again if that’s what I had lying around.)

A couple years ago I was a big fan of dessert-flavored teas (anything with vanilla, really). I loved this one so much that I stocked up on extra boxes before it disappeared from the store. Sometime after that my tastes changed, though.

So the only reason I decided to try this out again was to log it so I’d remember why I did (or did not) like it and would (or not not) buy it again if the opportunity came up.

Opening the package I was hit with an overwhelming (almost nauseating) eggnoggy scent. However, the tea itself isn’t bad. It’s a generic black tea with a sweet aftertaste. Eggnog lovers would probably go wild over it. Me, I might buy it again next winter if I see it, but I won’t stock up again.

RECOMMENDED FOR: Eggnog and black tea lovers.

COMMUTER NOTES: Individual bags. Black tea, so it might overbrew bitter.

Flavors: Eggnog, Sweet, Tea

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108 tasting notes

The endless cold that has been January has gotten into my very bones, and it feels like I can’t wear enough layers of clothing or turn the heat up high enough. So that means it’s the perfect time for this tea! It’s not a fancy brand, it’s a bagged tea, but it will get me through the rest of the hideous winter. With low fat milk (of course), it’s super creamy, the spices are perfect, well-balanced, and makes it taste almost like a baked good. Been drinking this for the past three winters, and when I couldn’t find it locally, I got online and ordered that stuff! That’s how much I love this tea. Truthfully, I haven’t tried any other eggnog flavored tea, so no comparison notes, but when I’m this contented, I’m not that motivated to try another.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Cream, Eggnog, Nutmeg

Boiling 6 min, 15 sec

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I was given this tea along with about 12 others by one of my best friends who is trying to get me more into teas that aren’t earl grey or English breakfast tea. I definitely feel like I’ve found my new favorite holiday tea, and starting off my new teaventure on such a good note has me really excited for the other teas she gave me. I just finished my first cup and I’m about to go make another, it’s so good!

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec 0 OZ / 0 ML

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795 tasting notes

This is… actually not bad! It smells exactly like eggnog and tastes pretty similar too minus the creamy sweetness. I added a little sugar, but think I prefer it without. Adding cream distracts me from the flavor on the sip, but makes the aftertaste a little creamier and richer. I’m really surprised at how palatable this is!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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659 tasting notes

I yoinked a bag of this from the office kitchen today out of sheer curiosity. Those cheerful penguins on the packaging are hard to resist!

I did not have an opportunity to remove the bag, so I ended up tasting it at a variety of steeping lengths. I think the optimal steep time is about 4 minutes. At that point, it’s all creamy vanilla goodness with a hint of cinnamon and maybe even nutmeg. The longer it steeps, the eggier and cinnamonier it gets. I really dislike egginess (yes, even in eggnog). I like cinnamon, but it ends up drowning the other flavors here if the bag sits too long.

My rating is based on the 4 minute steep time.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Vanilla

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4 tasting notes

I feel like this tea is too strong for me to drink without diluting it with other varieties of teabags.

However, when mixing this with some regular tea bags, as well as some peach blends, I find that it works rather well.

Flavors: Cream, Grain

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585 tasting notes

I know this is random and not timely, but for some reason, there are these teabags in the break room where I work now. So I tried it. In August.

It’s actually really delicious. It’s smooth and creamy, like eggnog. But it doesn’t really taste like eggnog at all. I taste warm cinnamon, vanilla, and honey.

I’d drink this year round. I mean it. What a nice surprise!

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My friend introduced me to this tea last Christmas……. My Gosh! I loved it! A cool thing, since its a black tea, we both used abit of Egg Nog in the tea….best decision ever!

Flavors: Honey

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