Coconut Trees and Vanilla Fields

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From Della Terra Teas

Take a trip to Madagascar with our delightful blend of real coconut flakes and vanilla flavors. One smell of this perfectly blended tea and you’ll want more than one cup.

Ingredients: Black tea, vanilla flavoring, coconut slivers

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2816 tasting notes

Oh my goodness!

I love coconut and this smells really good… and yes I see a bunch of coconut flakes in the package. After reading Nicole’s note I was a little bummed, but was hoping that I would like this more than she did.

I agree the color is a bit light with this tea and I’m not getting a ton of “tea” flavor from the black tea but with a bit of soymilk and turbinado sugar this is a nice after lunch/dessert sort of drink. Plain, it leaves something to be desired. I may try mixing this with some straight black tea to see what happens. Overall, okay but not one of my favorites from the company so far.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

Yeah, I haven’t gotten around to mixing it with some more black tea. It smells amazing and I hope it can be saved. :)

Della Terra Teas

Nicole and Amy oh, we have pulled this tea based upon reviews and our own taste testing. We are going to try to get the proper coconut that we used for our first batch to regain the flavor it had before. We will keep you updated on the progress! :)

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Hm. I think I will need more than one try of this to get a full, fair review. First impression upon smelling the dry tea is “Wow- this is really coconutty!” Next impression as I scoop tea out of the bag is “Hm. Is there any tea in here or just coconut?”

So I shook the bag up, and even poured it all out to see if maybe it just settled oddly during shipping. No, while there is indeed tea in there, it’s about a 50/50 mix with coconut flakes. Guess that should make for a really coconutty tasting brew!

Well, steeped it is a cloudy, milky white, which isn’t appealing to me. It isn’t bad. I can taste vanilla & coconut without a doubt but black tea? Not really. It is sweetish, like I would expect coconut to be. Definitely in the dessert tea category.

I want to revisit this with maybe a bit of cream added. I’m still not sure I’m going to call it a tea. Maybe if I throw some plain old black tea in with this blend it will be more tea-like :) I don’t regret trying this but I don’t think I will get it again.

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TTB #13

Umm… This is okay, I guess. There sure is a lot of coconut pieces! They don’t seem to do a whole lot for the flavor, though. It’s definitely coconuty (although that dissipates quickly), yes, there’s vanilla in it as well but somehow the whole thing just tastes boring. Slightly sugary. I barely detect any tea in it or it’s jut not particularly strong, probably because the coconut pieces tooks so much space in the heaping teaspoon that I used.

I think this one looks and smells more interesting as a dry leaf than as a steep.

Flavors: Coconut

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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T&C Box 15/18

Dry, this smells like a cookie. Sort of a mix of a coconut macaroon and a sugar cookie. As it brews it smells equally of coconut and vanilla, and so strongly that it’s almost fruity and floral.

The taste is nice. It’s sweet and tastes much like it smells, so it’s a little like drinking a cookie. This is light for a black tea, and I wish it had a little more body to it. It could probably stand up to a stronger base, and there is something that feels like it’s missing. Stronger vanilla? A fruit note? I’m not sure, but this is just “okay” for me.

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TTB&C #15

This was a light tea that had flavors of both the coconut and vanilla. The tea was sweet and well balanced between the coconut and vanilla. I am finding with Della Terra’s black tea that the base is not strong enough for me. I find that I enjoy the flavors, but I get no tea base and all flavor. This tea was the same. Light on the tea, heavy on the sweet flavors.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Sounds like a good dessert blend.. if you just want dessert.

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T&C TTB 1/23

I have no idea why I picked this as my first tea last night because I remember checking out the not very positive notes on this one while anxiously waiting for the box to arrive and knew I did not want to try it. I think it was the word coconut and vanilla, two of my favorite things and it smelled good. It tasted how I would imagine coconut vanilla lotion would taste if it were sweet and edible and seemed as if it was missing the tea. I can see how someone could like it and I’m tempted to see what my brother thinks of it.

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464 tasting notes

I got this sample from the Tea and Card TTB. Thanks! Smells good and lots of coconut pieces. I was expecting a little bolder taste on both the coconut and black flavors. Slightly sweetened it brings up the flavor but still not as much coconut as I would like. It’s not going on to my wish list but it’s nice.

Flavors: Coconut, Vanilla

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Thanks for the note. It’s one I might have picked up, but I think maybe I’ll pass on it.

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