Surprisingly good! Not too sweet, and just a weeee bit salty, like caramel corn. Nom!
Flavors: Caramel, Salty, Sweet
“Surprisingly good! Not too sweet, and just a weeee bit salty, like caramel corn. Nom!” Read full tasting note
“Really does taste strongly of caramel, vanilla and popcorn. Fun, sweet, and unusual. Makes a great latte too. The only thing I make sure to do with this is pick out the big chunks of cinnamon...” Read full tasting note
“Mmm… I had to buy this one with my order a few months ago. I’ve had it a couple times. I guess the flavor depends on what gets thrown into the infuser. This time there must have been plenty of...” Read full tasting note
“Got a bunch of that stuff for free as promotion. Didn’t want it to go to waste so I drank it, but at the same time couldn’t wait for it to be all gone. Way too sweet. Disclaimer: I’m far from a tea...” Read full tasting note
It’s sweet. It’s salty. And it’s totally addictive. It’s no surprise that caramel corn is such a popular fairground treat. And we just can’t get enough of it. So of course we had to make it into a tea. With real popped corn, caramel pieces plus fresh hints of apple, pineapple, almonds and coconut, it’s rich, buttery and beyond satisfying. And thanks to a touch of beetroot, it brews a fun bright pink colour. Now you can experience that fairground treat anytime, anywhere.
Price: $7.98 per 50g
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Popped Caramel CornThe Reinvention of Tea
Really does taste strongly of caramel, vanilla and popcorn. Fun, sweet, and unusual. Makes a great latte too. The only thing I make sure to do with this is pick out the big chunks of cinnamon and throw them out, but that’s personal preference. I find that the cinnamon overpowers the other flavors if I leave it in.
Mmm… I had to buy this one with my order a few months ago. I’ve had it a couple times. I guess the flavor depends on what gets thrown into the infuser. This time there must have been plenty of those little caramel cubes. I like Sophia’s Steepster note that mentions this blend being the best elements of Forever Nuts, Movie Night and Sleigh Ride. I get it! This has so many delicious ingredients: pineapple, almond, apple, beet root, cinnamon, coconut, currant… and of course popcorn and caramel pieces. I thought this might have resulted in an odd brew, but it actually is quite delicious. It all melds together. Plenty sweet without being fake sugar (I think). I definitely taste caramel corn. And the first time I had this, there was a half of a cinnamon stick! The brew color is a lovely pink. I have to remember to drink down my stash fast though as this has coconut that might ruin. I’m glad I nabbed some of this one in the sale.
Steep #1 // 2 teaspoons for a full mug// just boiled // 6+ minute steep
As an aside, today I won the 52Teas drawing for this month! Awesome. Very excited to try them!
Got a bunch of that stuff for free as promotion. Didn’t want it to go to waste so I drank it, but at the same time couldn’t wait for it to be all gone. Way too sweet.
Disclaimer: I’m far from a tea connaisseur/enthusiast. My notes are not meant to be a review for the tea community, but rather for myself so I know what to buy or not buy again (I wish there was a way to keep notes private).
This tea reminds me of a cross between movie night, sleigh ride (without the tart hibiscus), and forever nuts! It basically takes all the good qualities of each and bundles it all up with a buttery caramel corn taste. It is my absolute favorite, along with Honey Lullaby, at David’s this season! I got 2oz yesterday but am already going to stock up on more tomorrow. I really should just buy stock in DAVIDsTEA I spend so much money there its almost sad lol.
Flavors: Almond, Butter, Butterscotch, Caramel, Cinnamon, Fruity, Popcorn
My first ever sipdown and first ever review on Steepster! I got this tea at the end of summer 2014 when David’s put their leftover packs from the boardwalk collection on sale, so unfortunately I think the tea lost a bit of its strength over those 2 years.
The dry leaf smells amazing, just like the treat its designed after. I had this iced and I found it pretty true to the dessert as well. It’s got a very sweet vanilla taste to it, with the popcorn notes and a bit of fruitiness. Sadly my steep was rather weak due to the age of the leaves (everything but leaves?), so it’s a bit hard to tell the finer details.
Overall, I think that this tea is great to have iced in the summer and if David’s brings it back like they have in the past, I’ll be eager to try it hot for a change.
This is tasty in an odd sort of way. It definitely has a buttery or creamy note. I’m not entirely sure what is in it I just know it’s caffeine free so picked it now. I’m not entirely sure what to call the primary notes of this but I think it will be better iced.
I brewed this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and boiling water for 4 minutes.