Raspberries & Hazelnut Butterscotch Sauce

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Butterscotch, Raspberry, Hazelnut
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Certification
Vegan
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “This could be a favourite green tea of mine! Oh it’s so delicious. The raspberry was dominant in the scent of the dry leaf, so that’s what I expected from the flavour too. Holy cow. As soon as it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was another nice one from Butiki. It’s got a nice syrupy fruit flavor, though I can’t pick up on the hazelnut. The green base is nice and smooth. I don’t think the raspberry comes through as...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Mmm. Thanks to greenteafairy for sending me a sample of this one. This is a tea-sad sipdown. I enjoyed this one brewed hot with a touch of brown crystal sugar. I’m not getting much hazelnut...” Read full tasting note
  • “Not entirely sure I’d actually tried this tea before… but it’s pretty darn good. Loving the combination of the butterscotch with raspberry – it’s reminding me quite a bit of a raspberry butter tart...” Read full tasting note
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From Butiki Teas

Our Raspberry & Hazelnut Butterscotch Sauce is sweet yet gentle. Tangy raspberry, rich buttery butterscotch, and a touch of hazelnut come together for a light dessert treat. We highly recommend adding sugar to intensify the flavors.

Ingredients: Chinese Green Tea, Safflower, Organic Natural Flavors (vegan)

Recommended Brew Time: 2 minutes
Recommended Amount: 1 1/2 teaspoons of tea for 8oz of water
Recommended Temperature: 175 F

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6 Tasting Notes

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This could be a favourite green tea of mine! Oh it’s so delicious. The raspberry was dominant in the scent of the dry leaf, so that’s what I expected from the flavour too. Holy cow. As soon as it starts to steep the butterscotch becomes impossibly, ridiculously thick and rich to the point where I could have been convinced I was sniffing an actual butterscotch sauce simmering away in a pan if I hadn’t known better. It’s absolutely mouthwatering. There’s a hint of tangy raspberry in the background but the butterscotch really is the life of the party. This is reflected in the flavour. There’s a light spring vegetable note from the green tea, but 90% of the initial sip is pure, unadulterated butterscotch. The raspberry is a tangy juxtaposition of a backnote, and it comes out more when I add sugar, but like others have mentioned I don’t really pick up on the hazelnut. From Stacy’s description though I’d guess that there’s not much of it in here, which makes sense. Sugar also intensifies the butterscotch and adds mouthfeel so that it’s thick and syrupy. It’s incredibly decadent. The whole way through there’s been a fresh, light vegetal note from the base tea, which usually I would dislike but it’s not overpowering and manages to cut through the syrupy sweetness perfectly, and it’s very smooth with no astringency. As the cup starts to cool it becomes a bit more pronounced, but still not dislikeable. The raspberry note gets stronger when the tea cools too, but it’s still more butterscotch than anything else.

Although I bought it because it sounded delicious (and I was trying to pick up everything Butiki I could), I did wonder what the hell ‘raspberries and hazelnut butterscotch sauce’ meant, because I for sure haven’t come across it before. I had my doubts, not helped by the green tea base, and I did wonder if Stacy was making something completely random just to use up whatever flavourings she had left as she was closing up shop. I should have had more faith in her genius in seeing flavour combinations where others wouldn’t, because this is totally inspired.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Dustin

Sounds awesome!

Nattie

It is! I kinda wish it wasn’t, though ): lol

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333 tasting notes

This was another nice one from Butiki. It’s got a nice syrupy fruit flavor, though I can’t pick up on the hazelnut. The green base is nice and smooth. I don’t think the raspberry comes through as strongly here as it did in Raspberry Jam & Cashew Butter, but this is an enjoyable blend nonetheless.

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Mmm. Thanks to greenteafairy for sending me a sample of this one. This is a tea-sad sipdown. I enjoyed this one brewed hot with a touch of brown crystal sugar. I’m not getting much hazelnut flavor, but the juicy raspberry and creamy butterscotch flavors are lovely. Nom nom nom.

Flavors: Butterscotch, Raspberry

Kaylee

Stacy! It’s nice to see you back! We missed you!

Butiki Teas

:) I’m on Steepster checking in occasionally.

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Not entirely sure I’d actually tried this tea before… but it’s pretty darn good. Loving the combination of the butterscotch with raspberry – it’s reminding me quite a bit of a raspberry butter tart I split with my boyfriend over the weekend. (We ate a half dozen butter tarts. So delicious.) I’m not really picking up on the hazelnut, but it’s probably just contributing a nuttiness that I can’t distinguish.

The only downside to this tea (other than it being completely unavailable) is that I’m not overly keen on raspberry flavouring, so I kind of wish it was paired with something like sour cherry, maybe even strawberry. But it’s still quite delicious.

Oh, also, the base tea is not overly noticeable here.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Another amazing fruit/nut tea from Stacy…she does this type of flavor combo SO well! The raspberry is definitely the predominant flavor in this one, but I’m also picking up on the hazelnut. I don’t really notice the butterscotch; maybe that would come out more if I added sugar? Anyway, it’s a delicious tea and I’m so glad I was able to get my hands on an ounce of it. I’ll enjoy every last cup! Thanks, QueenofTarts!

Flavors: Hazelnut, Raspberry

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Yum!! I cant believe I’ve drunk through my ounce of this already… what am I going to do now??? This tea has some serious raspberry punch to it although personally I don’t get much of the Hazelnut or Butterscotch, I’m sure this would have been more pronounced with a touch of sugar (which trying oh so hard to avoid in February).

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