Coffee Ice Cream

Tea type
Honeybush Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Coffee, Cream, Sweet
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 11 oz / 315 ml

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  • “I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would! I didn’t expect the flavour to translate as well as it did, but I’m not sure why since Butiki has rarely (if ever) disappointed me. The honeybush...” Read full tasting note
    83
  • “This tasted very woody to me, not like coffee—let alone ice cream—at all. It was faintly creamy and a bit sweet, but that was about it. This one was a real disappointment to me, as I’d been blown...” Read full tasting note
    65
  • “Sipdown (116)! Thank you VariaTEA for the sample! I definitely toyed with picking this one up, but I have another Coffee/Mocha Rooibos blend I usually keep stocked up so I figured that it probably...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “I hated the first coffee-flavored tea I tried (David’s Cafe Mocha) so I was a bit wary of this one. I needn’t have worried, though! Stacy is pretty much incapable of blending a bad tea. This is...” Read full tasting note
    85

From Butiki Teas

Our Coffee Ice Cream is the perfect late night treat since the honeybush base is caffeine-free. Gentle coffee notes pair with caramel and creamy ice cream flavors for a naturally sweet dessert treat.

Ingredients: Organic Honeybush, Organic Cornflowers, Organic Lotus Stamens, Organic Natural Flavors (vegan)

Recommended Brew Time: 5 minutes
Recommended Amount: 1 1/2 teaspoons of honeybush for 8oz of water
Recommended Temperature: 212 F (boiling)

For more information, please visit www.butikiteas.com.

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13 Tasting Notes

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347 tasting notes

I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would! I didn’t expect the flavour to translate as well as it did, but I’m not sure why since Butiki has rarely (if ever) disappointed me. The honeybush is not entirely invisible, but it doesn’t disrupt the coffee ice cream flavour so I barely noticed it. The coffee is mild but present, and it’s the good kind of coffee too, like freshly ground Italian espresso, not cheap instant coffee. Working in an Italian restaurant where I make the coffees may have turned me into a slight coffee snob. There’s a hint of vanilla but the ice cream mostly comes from an unexpected creaminess which makes me want to drink this in big gulps. Together it’s delicious, and if it were still available I’d drink it frequently on a night time, ideally while reading in bed, which is how I drank this cup. If anyone cares, I’m currently reading The Joy Luck Club, and I am enjoying it but I wish it jumped around the stories less, because it always switches just as I’m getting invested in a particular tale. Anyway, this was a nice tea to drink while reading it, and I’m a much bigger fan than I expected to be.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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333 tasting notes

This tasted very woody to me, not like coffee—let alone ice cream—at all. It was faintly creamy and a bit sweet, but that was about it. This one was a real disappointment to me, as I’d been blown away by Butiki’s Rootbeer Float and was expecting more of the same honeybush magic with this one. I can’t quite describe what rubbed me the wrong way about the coffee, but it unfortunately kept me from enjoying this blend.

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6401 tasting notes

Sipdown (116)!

Thank you VariaTEA for the sample! I definitely toyed with picking this one up, but I have another Coffee/Mocha Rooibos blend I usually keep stocked up so I figured that it probably wasn’t worth ordering since I didn’t anticipate it to be much different. But definitely glad it worked out and I’m getting a taste after all!

It’s been a while since I had actual coffee ice cream; and I always associate it with this cat I used to own named Peanuts. Back when I was, uhh, maybe five I was living in Moosejaw but would drive down to this small town called Eyebrow every other weekend to visit my Dad. Eyebrow’s a retirement community kind of out in the middle of nowhere; it’s population is probably like 200 people MAX; most of which are seniors. There’s an elementary school there that’s K-12 with all the students feeding in from about five other comparably sized communities in the area. All the kids are basically the children of farmers, the younger people who own/operate the few businesses in the area (a restaurant, bank, ice cream shop, and a few grocery stores spread throughout the different towns) and the teachers themselves. My grandparents and one of my Aunt’s live there, and at one point so did I.

But that’s all kind of beside the point; the point is I had a cat named Peanuts. He was the runt of the litter and never grew more than the size of a kitten. My Dad is a big fan of coffee ice cream so we always had a big tub of it, and he’d set out this teeny tiny little bowl with a scoop of coffee ice cream for the cat. Of course it made him go kind of crazy; and in hindsight it probably was terrible for him but at the time I thought it was so funny. And that’s ALWAYS what I think of whenever I see/have coffee ice cream…

Taste wise; I definitely get the coffee and a bit of slight roasty flavour but I think I might be missing the ice cream component. I do taste a little vanilla, but nothing creamy per se. It’s a little disappointing but this still tastes pretty divine. The honeybush pokes through a fair bit though so it’s definitely not for people who dislike rooibos/honeybush and the woody kind of taste. What the vanilla is reminding me of is those vanilla wafers that grandparents always seem to have on hand; when I first started drinking coffee I’d always dip those wafers into it. I also drowned it in milk, but that’s beside the point too. A few sips seemed to have a metallic tang to the aftertaste, but it wasn’t unpleasant – just a touch weird.

Definitely happy I tried this one if for no other reason but to have that bit of nostalgia. I like the Latte Macciato I keep stocked a little bit better just for the hint of chocolate it has, but this was tasty too! And definitely more different than I thought it’d be.

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527 tasting notes

I hated the first coffee-flavored tea I tried (David’s Cafe Mocha) so I was a bit wary of this one. I needn’t have worried, though! Stacy is pretty much incapable of blending a bad tea. This is exactly what the name promises: creamy and slightly sweet with a realistic coffee flavor that isn’t at all bitter or overpowering. This isn’t something I’d personally reach for often (just because I’m not a big coffee person) but it’s quite good!

Flavors: Coffee, Cream, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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2220 tasting notes

Sample from Kittenna! Thank you. :)

I wasn’t expecting to like this one, either, really. Coffee does not belong in tea. Even the smell, although lovely, made me hesitate. But I got over it and steeped it up and it’s FANTASTIC. I added some milk and a touch (like.. 1/4 tsp maybe?) of sugar, and it’s coffee and creamy and sweet and yum.

Thank you so much for sharing! I’m kinda sad I didn’t manage to get any of this one, but I’m very happy with the taste.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
ohfancythat

Probably one I would have loved but never tried. At least that means I don’t have to be sad about it vanishing forever :)

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9669 tasting notes

the last cup of tea that i had last night, again from VariaTEA. I was super excited about this one because it was one of the teas that i wasn’t able to get from Stacy before things sold out. As i was drinking this last night, i couldn’t figure out what it was reminding me of…but it came to me this morning….this tastes very much like the matcha coffee smoothies i used to make in the morning with redleaf’s matcha. It’s creamy, sort of melted coffee ice cream…if that makes sense..though it’s not as strong as actual coffee ice cream. It was a great cup to end the night with, but as it turns out, i’m ok with just getting the one cup. Cheers to you Stacy!

Final Count: 76

Cameron B.

Yum, coffee ice cream tea sounds delicious. :3

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3336 tasting notes

This is a surprising-not-surprising winner for me. Surprising because it’s a honey bush base, and I didn’t expect coffee flavour to translate terribly well, but not surprising, because I would expect to enjoy a creamy coffee flavour and well, this is Stacy we’re talking about, not some junky company.

It’s actually quite tasty. Bang-on coffee ice cream. I went through a phase of always getting coffee ice cream when I had the chance (cones in the summer, etc.), and this is exactly how it tastes. Not as sweet (though I almost feel like sugar would ruin it), but otherwise practically identical.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec
Skulleigh

Ok, that sounds like a confusing drink. I like coffee in stuff like ice cream, but I don’t like coffee as a drink. To have a drink that’s coffee flavored but not coffee makes me wonder if it tastes like coffee-as-desert or coffee-like-the-drink. That makes my brain hurt.

Sil

this was one of the few i was annoyed i wasn’t able to stock up on

Kittenna

Skulleigh – it tasted more or less like liquified coffee ice cream. Not really like actual coffee.

Sil – I now wish I could have stocked up on it too :(

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669 tasting notes

Mmm. This is perfect. The flavor is dead on. Creamy coffee goodness. It’s great iced, too! I like that this is caffeine-free because I can have it for dessert or as an evening treat. So glad I picked some up before it sold out.

Happy American Thanksgiving, y’all!

Sil

It sold out?

Lilysmom

This sounds so good.

Kaylee

Sil – Yup, according to Stacy’s running list on the discussion board. I was surprised how quickly it happened. Maybe it was a small batch? Or someone bought several pounds in one shot?

Sil

sigh maybe I just won’t place a last order with STacy after all. By the time I get to stable internet (5mins to post if I’m lucky) everything that I want will be gone. Frustrating since I want to support her but at this rate anything I feel in love with would be gone already

Butiki Teas

Kaylee-Made 2 or 3 large batches of this one. Customers were buying it in larger quantities. I think it lasted maybe 2 weeks.

Kaylee

Sil – Sounds like you’re having internet trouble. That sucks! I hope it gets fixed soon. Things are selling out fast but there’s still a fair amount of tea on the website.

Stacy – Do you have the ingredients to reblend if there’s enough demand?

Butiki Teas

Kaylee-I’m out of cream flavoring but I could replace that with Eggnog flavoring. Did that with the nutmeg custard and people can’t seem to tell the difference in the flavoring.

Kaylee

Coffee nog? The eggnog is very vanilla/creamy, so I can see it being a good substitute.

Does that mean you’re running low on/out of Pistachio Ice Cream too?

Butiki Teas

Kaylee-Yes. Pistachio Ice Cream is pretty low.

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1113 tasting notes

So creamy!!!! Slightly naturally sweet, and a smidge of coffee. Cafe au lait. NOM.

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3976 tasting notes

Ever try Ben & Jerry’s Coffee Coffee BuzzBuzzBuzz? Well, that’s what this tastes like. Coffee? Cream? All there and all good.

Dustin

What?! When was there a Coffee Ice Cream tea?!

Butiki Teas

It’s been out for a week or two but I think we only have a few ounces left.

Dustin

How did I miss that when I was placing my last order? Maybe I was trying to be good and look the other way since I really shouldn’t be buying any tea in the first place. :)

Kittenna

Want. (Soon. Soon.)

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