Raspberry Cream Pie

Tea type
Rooibos Tea
Ingredients
Blackberry, Green Rooibos, Hibiscus, Raspberry, Strawberry Leaves, Sugar, White Chocolate Chips
Flavors
Chocolate, Creamy, Fruity, Raspberry, Sugar, Cream, White Chocolate, Wood, Blackberry, Butter, Cake, Rooibos, Sweet, Vanilla, Smooth, Sugarcane, Artificial, Green Wood, Tangy, Floral, Berry, Milk
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 8 g 27 oz / 791 ml

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Cream of the crop.

It’s no secret raspberry cream pie is the star of every dessert party. This springtime treat has a habit of flaunting its flaky crust, creamy filling and fresh raspberry topping. And we fall for it every time. Beautiful on the outside and satisfyingly sweet on the inside, this decadent rooibos blend is no different. With white chocolate, raspberries, rose petals and pink sugar sparkles, there’s simply no resisting it. And with next to no calories, this is one indulgence you can feel good about.

Ingredients: Green rooibos, cane sugar, white chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder, butter oil, soy lecithin, vanilla extract), pink sugar mix (sugar, carnauba wax, glycerine, beet juice, purple carrot, saffron, mica based pearlescent pigment (colour)), blackberries, raspberries, gomphrena petals, hibiscus, strawberry leaves, natural and artificial raspberry, blackberry and vanilla cream flavouring.

Contains milk and soy.

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73 Tasting Notes

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714 tasting notes

I drank this a few days ago and I remember it being a pleasant tea. The rooibos wasn’t overpowering and the hibiscus was pretty mild and it tasted sweet and berry-ish. I’m not going to jump for joy over it, but it was good.

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7 tasting notes

Ick! Not a fan. It makes my mouth pucker like I just sucked on a lemon, which is weird since it doesn’t taste lemon-y. It is just too tart for me.

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22 tasting notes

Doesn’t taste like raspberry, cream or pie. Tastes like sugar. 2nd ingredient. This tea is awful. As a diabetic I’m annoyed they didn’t point out there is so much sugar in this tea it looks to be half sugar by volume. Bought it because of the rave reviews on here.

Flavors: Sugar

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 2 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

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3 tasting notes

This tea was amazing! I am vegan, so I simply picked out the chocolate chips. Delicious.

Flavors: Creamy, Raspberry, Sugar

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 6 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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31 tasting notes

Day 15 of David’s Tea’s 24 Days of Tea 2017

This tea smells amazing, and I’d been looking forward to trying it. Today I decided to settle down in a bath with a bath bomb, a podcast, and a cup of this tea. Ah, bliss.

The actual flavour of this tea somewhat pales in comparison to it’s flavour (though I find that most teas smell much stronger than they taste after brewing, also I had eaten sweets earlier so that might’ve also been a contributor) but the flavour is strong enough still. As with other chocolatey teas I’ve tried the white chocolate chips in the tea left a little bit of oil floating on the surface of the tea, but this doesn’t really seem to be a bother.

If you enjoy Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait, you may also enjoy it’s less-tart cousin. I’ll probably be picking up some of this one next time I’m out.

Preparation
6 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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DAVID’s 24 Days of Tea, day 15.
I liked it. That surprised me because of the hibiscus, but I didn’t get that horrid sour zing that turns me off so much. I much prefer green rooibos to the more commonly used red rooibos. I didn’t get get the cream flavor. Again, no sense of smell yet. I had the kenalog shot on Monday, so I think I’ll be able to smell around December 22. Maybe. It’s not an exact science. Fingers crossed though. I love being able to smell stuff. Even the cat box.

Anyway, I’m giving this one a recommendation. It’s not one that I need to have in my cupboard, but it was a nice treat and I’ll enjoy another cup.

Roswell Strange

Very little hibiscus in this one, tbh. In fact, there’s so little of it that it can actually be made into a latte without curdling! And it’s a damn good latte, at that! :)

Also, fingers crossed for you!

Maddy Barone

Thank you,. Ms. Strange!

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1 tasting notes

I tried this tea for the first time as part of their advent calendar. I was really looking forward to this, since I have a sweet tooth and I really like dessert teas – not to mention, the strong raspberry scent and the white chocolate!

Steeped, the tea is a light brown colour with a strong raspberry scent that kind of overpowers the tea (and seemed a little artificial at times). I don’t know why, but as with many DavidsTea, the tea is covered by a thin layer of oil. It was really creamy and sweet though, which is probably attributed to the white chocolate.

Overall, I really enjoyed the tea! It’s described as a spring time tea, but it felt like a festive drink that reminded me of homely Christmas parties. I would recommend adding more leaves for a stronger brew.

Flavors: Cream, Raspberry, White Chocolate, Wood

Preparation
6 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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68 tasting notes

It smells wonderful, exactly like a raspberry cream pie. The flavour was quite sweet – almost too sweet – so, although I drank a few servings “plain”, I couldn’t help but look for something to add to my cup that would offset the sweetness. Half a scoop of matcha works well in combination with this tea, as does – surprise, surprise – a dollop of creme fraiche. (It’s less weird than it sounds. Salted cream bubble tea is popular in some parts of the world.)

Flavors: Cream, Raspberry

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 18 OZ / 532 ML

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29 tasting notes

At first glance, I noticed the white chocolate and sugar among the blend and was a bit hesitant to try it out as it smelled overly sweet. It actually does really smell like cream pie with a hint of raspberry. There is an oily film on the tea, probably due to the white chocolate chips, and you can definitely taste the oil with every sip. The tea ia actually ok, not too light and not too heavy. I can taste the raspberries in there as well as the rooibos, but neither are overwhelming. It’s pretty decent and a nice-to-have in your cupboard.

Flavors: Blackberry, Butter, Cake, Raspberry, Rooibos

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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So after cycling to work today I needed a good rooibos blend so I picked this out of my work stash as it’s been a little while since I’ve logged it. Such a nice raspberry cream flavour. Turns out I’ve done approx. 21km (13 miles) today. Not bad but I might be pretty tired tomorrow :D

Flavors: Cream, Raspberry

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
Fjellrev

Way to be cycling to work! And what a distance you covered today too. Hope the DOMS doesn’t completely destroy you haha.

Helena

Never mind looked it up. It shouldn’t be an issue. I cycle lots when the weather permits. Any less than 30km and I barely notice. I usually walk 6km home if I’m not biking (except at night then I take a taxi for safety).

Fjellrev

It’s great that you have incorporated so much acidity into your lifestyle. How long have you been cycling for? I’d get into it but try to walk everywhere, then bus if necessary.

Helena

Well when you don’t have a car it’s pretty much walk or bike. I don’t live far from my current work site so it’s pretty easy. I’ve cycled since I was a kid. I was running before that because I refused to learn to cycle. I was the only kid that could keep up with 5 speed mountain bike. I don’t run anymore but I should start again.

Evol Ving Ness

Very impressive, Helena.

Fjellrev

I like how activity got autocorrected to acidity. Wow, I don’t know if I could ever be a good runner. I used to cycle a lot as a kid. Loved it, but since moving to a city, and then moving around a lot, I never got around to buying a bicycle, and the roads aren’t as cyclist-friendly here either.

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