Salted Caramel

Tea type
Black Tea
Artificial Flavouring, Black Tea Leaves, Caramel, Coconut, English Toffee, Natural Flavours, Sea Salt
Caramel, Salt, Burnt, Cream, Sweet, Toffee, Chocolate, Nutty, Salty, Wood, Coconut, Butter, Bitter, Sugar, Vanilla, Drying, Toast
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec 3 g 11 oz / 333 ml

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298 Tasting Notes View all

  • “Saturday! I’m not working you for once! To celebrate I bought plane tickets to Hawaii. Those are expensive – but our vacation there is in September and I finally got a pretty good deal on them. ...” Read full tasting note
  • “Yummmmmmm. I still like this one, yes yes I do. Burnt caramel deliciousness. My stomach’s grumping a bit right now about how all it’s getting is flavoured water when it really wants something with...” Read full tasting note
  • “The scene- my kitchen. The players- Me, and DAVIDs Salted Caramel tea. (a kettle whistles, ROSEHIPS picks it off the burner, scalds a yellow tea pot, and then steeps a basket of Salted Caramel...” Read full tasting note
  • “So, this Salted Caramel chocolate bar? Fabulous. I can see the granules of fleur de sel in the bar, and that caramel really pops through. It’s on the sweet side, to be honest, as it burns the back...” Read full tasting note


Sweet indulgence

There’s no better treat than a salted caramel. You won’t find this in your history books, but we’ve heard that Romeo seduced Juliet with a salt-sprinkled toffee. Rich, buttery and sweet with a kiss of salt – who can resist? So it goes without saying that it makes for a seriously delicious tea. This is a rich black tea blend, strewn with pieces of English toffee, coconut, caramel and a touch of French sea salt. It’s guaranteed to seduce your taste buds.

Ingredients: Black tea, coconut, caramel bits, English toffee bits, sea salt, natural and artificial flavouring*.

Allergens: soy, coconut, dairy, nuts

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298 Tasting Notes

29 tasting notes

This is a nice morning tea for me because it isn’t really sweet like some of the flavoured teas. Nice black tea flavour that the caramel blends with nicely. I left it to steep a little too long, but a little milk took the bitterness away and let the caramel really shine.

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10 tasting notes

So, I’m drinking this tea right now. It’s not in my cupboard. A friend has it at her desk and I wanted to try something new.

I steeped it for about 6 minutes. Not sure if it was long enough to really let the caramel flavour out. It’s nice, and not overwhelmingly sweet or salty. It didn’t rock my world or anything, but I’m enjoying it none-the-less.

I realize this Tasting Note is probably quite pointless for others as it doesn’t really say much (which is quite close to how I feel about this tea), but I’m determined to log every tea I try, so here it is.

EDIT: I used my DavidsTea tea-press to make this tea and as it continues to steep, the flavours really start to develop into a much richer, more caramel-y brew.

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12 tasting notes

Salted caramel, usually i love stuff that has caramel in the title like Starbucks Salted Caramel hot chocolate or Presidents Choice’s new Salted Toffee Cheesecake pops. So it was safe to say that i would probably like this tea.
When i got the chance to smell it at the store i couldn’t really smell anything at all, but i decided to give it a chance. I bought a 3$ cup of tea. And honestly i only usually put milk and a tiny bit of sugar in the black teas that i drink. After letting this tea cool for like what seemed an hour i finally took a sip and it tasted like warm milk water so i had to add a tone more sugar before i could taste anything at all. Therefor i would not reccommend this tea for anyone who likes their tea without milk and sugar.

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7 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet, almost chocolatey notes.

Liquor: Dark rich brown.

Flavour: Subtle caramel flavour.

Who doesn’t love salted caramel? I know I certainly do, so you can imagine my excitement upon opening up this tea this morning.

While I won’t say it tastes just like a cup full of melted caramels, this is by no means a bad thing. The fact is when it comes to these flavoured black teas I like the flavours to be much more subtle. It also reminded me of another tea I’ve tried in the past, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on what exactly it was…

That said, this one could probably stand to taste a bit more like caramel, though perhaps with a stronger steep it would accomplish this.

It’s always tough to know how long to steep these new teas. My first try I tend to go the shortest time and work my ways up (thankfully there seems to be plenty of tea to make more than one cup).

But again, it’s a really lovely tea, one that’s not too sweet or artificial tasting which is exactly what I want. I wouldn’t go so far as to call it a desert tea (like, say, Pumpkin Chai) since the flavours are much more subtle, making it a much more well rounded tea. This one is definitely high on my “revisit” list.

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13 tasting notes

While being thoroughly impressed with the previous sample’s in my ever-so-beautiful David’s Tea Advent Calendar, this specific rendition disappointed me. Despite my distaste for anything salted carmel, I steeped this with an open mind, hoping to be blown away similarly to my reactions of Buttered Rum and Chocolate Rocket. However, no such pleasure satisfied my taste buds, the bitterness of my mug turned me away and I drained out the majority of the contents that I originally brewed. Not impressed David, not impressed.

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29 tasting notes

Tea #4 of 24. Great smell and taste. I found it had a good caramel taste without being too strong or weak. I’ve had some compliments at work today on the aroma coming from my mug.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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2 tasting notes

I had a hard time finding a good way of drinking this tea. The dry leaf aroma is outstanding, and I could probably just sniff at my little jar of tea all day and be perfectly happy.

I think I oversteeped the tea both times I tried it, so I actually discovered Steepster while trying to figure out the best method of drinking this tea. The third time I tried is the charm, though I might add a bit of full-fat milk in a further cup. I can taste the caramel, but as other reviewers said, no salt. I did add a bit of brown sugar, which really brought out the caramel for me and made it a nice tea to drink. I don’t think it’ll be a permanent part of my cupboard, but I am happy I found a good means of drinking it now.

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16 tasting notes

I love caramel so it is natural for me to love this tea! Though I do wish the tea tasted richer and creamier.

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34 tasting notes

Let me start out by saying it is very, VERY hard to get a 100/100 rating out of me (in fact i’ve never given one!) But if any tea deserves it, it’s this one! Wow! This smells great, looks great, and tastes even better. This may be the best tea from David’s and probably the BEST tea i’ve ever had! David’s is constantly introducing new blends and each one seems to have improvement, I hope it keeps going that way :) HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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24 tasting notes

This tea is good. Nothing bad to say about it. Maybe that the flavour could be more memorable but it is just so right. Sweet to start; the salt at the end makes you think that the flavour of the sweet has ended, but it is that ending is what makes it so fulfilling to drink because you can pinpoint it.

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