Orange Blossom

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
Currants, Marigold, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Rooibos, Safflower Petals, Vanilla Pieces
Cream, Orange, Rooibos, Vanilla, Orange Blossom, Orange Zest, Wood, Floral, Fruity, Herbs, Sour, Tart, Black Currant
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 361 ml

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  • “sipdown! which leaves me still at 224 because i snuck a tea to keep out of the travelling tea box A. ;) I figured that while i’m doing a good job of not increasing my cupboard tonight with the...” Read full tasting note
  • “My hubby loves the smell of this tea; he says it reminds him of orange flavored Campino candies. I’m not a huge fan of orange flavored anything and I’m even less of a fan of orange peel, so I’m not...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown! 799. Again because the rest goes to Sil. Muahahahahahahaha. Two can play this game! I think I’m a bigger fan of the Joy’s Teaspoon version of this (Creamsicle), as it’s definitely creamier...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea is amazing. Sweet and creamy…orangey without setting off my acid reflux, vanilla-y without being fake or cloyingly sweet. This is perfection in a mug. I think we may end up with a tin of...” Read full tasting note


Blended by angels, this is one enchanting tea. It’s a subtly sweet rooibos blend of orange peel, orange blossoms and currants, all kissed with vanilla bean creaminess. Grown among the clouds in heaven and harvested by cherubs, it tastes like a golden ray of sunshine. One sip and you’ll find yourself running along a beach at sunset, surrounded by turtle doves. Don’t believe us? Steep a cup for yourself and see where your imagination takes you.

Ingredients: Rooibos, currants, orange peel, orange blossoms, vanilla pieces, marigold blossoms, safflower petals, natural flavouring.

Price per 50g: $6.50

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107 tasting notes

So I once posted that this one makes for a decent liquid orange creamsicle if you cold-steep it for hours, then add plenty of white sugar and milk.

Well, I take it back.

I cold-steeped this last night with some sugar and went to add milk this morning. Then I spotted the half-and-half beside the milk and thought…well… CREAMsicle. And (crazily?) used half-and-half instead.

Oooh! I’ll be doing that from now on.

This tea. I don’t know if it’s all that exciting all by itself. I haven’t had it as anything other than a “liquid orange creamsicle” for a while now for that reason. But late last night, I was steeping up a mixture of David’s Chocolate Cake and David’s Glitter & Gold when I suddenly thought (too late), “What about a cinnamon chocolate cake with orange peel frosting?!”

Yeah. I think I actually will stock up on this at some point in the future, as it hadn’t occurred to me to mix with other teas before. But now I’m curious!

Iced 8 min or more

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513 tasting notes

Wow, I definitely suck at picking out teas for myself based on the notes and the way they smell in the store. Just to set the record straight though, this tea doesn’t smell at all of actual orange blossoms, but I imagine that isn’t exactly news.
Definitely getting the bubble gum thing others have mentioned, and there really isn’t any vanilla to speak of. I’m still on the hunt for my perfect creamcicle tea though!
I’ve tried this tea with milk and sugar, plain, and also with a touch of vanilla agave. It’s a lose lose situation for me. So disheartening to see the entire remainder of yet another package that I’m going to have to force myself to finish. Or maybe I can donate it LOL.
At least I know that tomorrow morning’s tea (vanilla orchid or maybe jasmine pearls) won’t let me down!


I enjoyed it enough. If you’re not too crazy about it in a month or so, let me know and maybe we can do a swap. I’ll be in Toronto soon enough.


Absolutely! You’re welcome to all of it. I’m in waterloo, but my family is in Toronto, so I’m there often enough. Plus I can mail tea just as easily. It’d be my first swap!


Great. I’ll try to come back to you once I get to Toronto, and get settled!


Sounds like a plan!


butiki does a tangerine creamsicle guayasa.


So I’ve heard! I’m going to have to try it, although I’m afraid I’m not really sure what a guayassa even is at this point.


it’s an alternative caffeine source.. quite cool actually. it’s bark from a south american holly tree as far as i know. personally i don’t like the taste, but the creamsicle was the best of them!


Haha. So it’s kind of the opposite of the Orange Blossom? One to put you to sleep, the other to wake you up. Don’t mix them up. :D

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1734 tasting notes

Hmmmmm. So. This is pretty much the same as the tea I tried yesterday only less on the fake and more creamy. I don’t get much orange, if any… but it tastes a whole lot more natural to me.
Also, there was no reaction to the vanilla?! I guess I only have issues with the oils and extracts. Interesting.
This would be fun to mix with other teas. I could see this as a decent starter for mixing.

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90 tasting notes

I have had this tea before and loved it, hot and iced. However, a coworker made me this today. It was strong, iced, sweetened (I think with honey?) and had a touch of milk (I think skim)
First of all IT LAYERS guyz it looks so pretty. Second of all OMG it’s a creamsicle. I am buying a tin of this tomorrow and trying it with vanilla almond milk. OOOO or maybe even chocolate?

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525 tasting notes

I think I have to stay away from David’s fruit flavored teas. It’s an orange candy flavor. And there’s a funny artificial flavor that I couldn’t pinpoint until I read Uniquity’s review. It’s bubblegum. It’s orange candy and pink bubblegum. It is creamy and vanilla-y though. Overall, meh.
I do have to give them points for creativity, but it’s also important to make sure your flavors blend well.


Another person who got bubblegum! I was thinking I was crazy until I read DaisyChubb’s review a few minutes ago, and now here you are with the same opinion. Phew!


shudder I really don’t like most orange flavored things. It really depends and this to me sounds like something I would not enjoy.

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709 tasting notes

Another bubblegum tea… I held out a lot of hope for it at first, the aroma was very much like an orange creamsicle, and the first few sips even alternated between bold (yet sweet) orange and a vanilla creaminess but as the cup started to cool it began to taste like bubblegum. Now I can’t get any flavour or aroma out of it other than bubblegum and I am pretty bummed. I like orange teas, but I find it difficult to get one that tastes good. Not much else to say about this, it’s pretty forgettable. I would rather have more bagged Twinings African Honeybush Mandarin and Orange than this one.


I sort of agree with you. David’s has some great blends (coco chai rooibos!), but a lot of their fruit flavors are too candy-like for me. I like something more natural that works with the tea base. But I guess many others like candy like flavors. ah well. Lupicia is working well for me so I can get fruit teas from them. :)

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I feel like they should focus on enhancing the flavours of the tea base with a complimentary fruit/herb/spice, rather that attempt to create a whole other flavour that ends up masking the tea and causing it to just seem fake. But, maybe Mercuryhime is right… we might be the minority!

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116 tasting notes

I’m off to an all day meeting and needed something fresh and flavorful. I love this tea, it bright and citrus-y but yet sweet enough on it’s own to just go down smooth… The little bit of vanilla really just finishes things off nicely.

Ok off to the meeting… don’t you just love budget forecasting sessions! :S


Snooooozeville… and all day at that… yikes!

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513 tasting notes

I tried this on the low temperature/short steep time pattern. Was it ever pleasant. I have always liked this orange notes in this tea, but the brew method really brought down the rooibos and let the fruit and vanilla shine. I am tempted to toss in a pinch of sugar, just to see if that coaxes out a pinch more orange, but it was a much enjoyed cup!

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Decided to try another tea at my girlfriends house and I had just bought this for her so I thought I try it :)
The dry smell is exactly like orange creamsicles/ orange creamsicles candies. The taste of this tea is more like a watered down creamsicle mixed with tea which is kinda weird because its a roobois..
It’s actually a really nice tea if you want a refreshing cup
Sorry for the short tasting notes as when I’m at my girlfriends house I don’t have too much time

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749 tasting notes

This one smells so good! Hopefully this will be the rooibos for me :)

Yes! Enjoyment. There’s something in this that vaguely makes me think of carbonation. And I’m not too sure on the aftertaste. But things I can get past I’m sure.

As it cools the aftertaste diminishes. Love when things work out.

The more I drink the more it reminds me of a creamsicle. But because it’s hot my taste buds are confused. I may try this one out cold to see what happens.

Now back to the books.

Update: Possibly even better when it’s chilled.

4 min, 30 sec

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