Oatmeal Raisin Cookie

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Black Fruit Blend
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Cinnamon, Raisins, Spices, Brown Sugar, Cookie, Sour, Malt, Oats, Sugar, Vanilla
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 14 g 11 oz / 325 ml

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  • “This is mighty tasty folks! When i opened the bag it was like I had cracked open a bag full of those soft oatmeal cookies you can get at the store. How does it taste? Pretty damn good! I could...” Read full tasting note
  • “Breakfast tea! Hmmm, I swore I have had a better cup of this. Maybe I didn’t get the ultimate spread of tea bits? It was quite heavy on the black flavor with not much spice or sweet. Hmmmm, well I...” Read full tasting note
  • “So I made this an hour or so ago and left it in my Timolino because I didn’t want to turn the kettle on more than once. (Now that I have the new one, it doesn’t plug into the stove for some reason,...” Read full tasting note
  • “What a depressing day. I missed my pysanka class today, which is a once-yearly deal, because I’m sick and need to finish a paper for tomorrow. Furthermore, my paper is already three times longer...” Read full tasting note

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Just like your favorite oatmeal raisin cookie! This delicious black tea blended with vanilla, brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins will invite to have cup after cup with its incredible aroma and smell. Could it be you just baked a fresh batch of these in your kitchen? No, it’s the tea! That’s how perfectly created this blend is, it really is just like the real cookie in smell and taste! mmm mmm!

Ingredients: Black tea, vanilla and brown sugar flavor, cinnamon, raisins, oatmeal

Suggested brewing tips:

Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving

Water Temp: 210°F

Steep Time: 2- 3 minutes

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So, now I know what it’s like to just sort of dissolve into a big puddle of yum. My people, if you like-a the oatmeal raisin cookie, and if you like-a the tea, and if you like-a the yum, you will lub this blend.

The fun began as soon as I opened the packet. I would’ve been able to identify this tea blindfolded. It pretty much screamed, COOOOOOKIEEEEE, causing me to immediately morph into my natural Cookie Monster state. I almost upended the packet right into my mouth, but then remembered that it was tea, and that it probably wouldn’t be as good an idea as Cookie Monster was thinking. There was absolutely no mistaking the oatmeal raisin cookieness in the aroma. Steeped, the tea smelled equally good, only very slightly muted since, well, I no longer had my nose stuck right in the packet.

Sip, sip… [frown] sip, sip… [frown some more] I don’t even know why I bothered trying this unsweetened, except that it’s my habit to at least take a sip or two before I mess with it. But I mean, c’mon, cookie. So I added some milk and sweetener, and it was much better. Cookie Monster smiled. Liquid coooookieeeee! It smells better than it tastes. Not that it tastes bad, it’s just really hard, I think, to capture the in-your-faceness of the fragrance in the flavour. Maybe if I’d steeped longer? I dunno, I’ll try that next time. For now I’d say, “excellent, with some room for improvement.” I award this blend citizenship of my Happy Place.


Tea amount: 1 level tsp
Water amount: 6oz/~175mL
Additives: A splash of vanilla soy milk and about ½ tsp cane syrup. Cane syrup is new to me. I saw it in the supermarket the other day and thought it would be interesting to try. The jar says it’s great for baking and on pancakes and waffles, so I figured oatmeal raisin cookie tea would be perfect for it. That was a good call. =)

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Cute review :D


‘Cookie Monster smiled’ – love it!


I was hoping this would lead to multiple steeps so we could “Count” them ah, ah, ah.


this blend is definitively something I need to try


K S, I did end up steeping it a second time, but it was pretty weak. I think that I might stick with one steep for longer than the amount of time suggested on the packet. (The Count always cracked me up.)

Terri, Nadia, thanks for the kind words, glad you enjoyed. :D


This made me smile today. Thanks Nik!


Happy to hear it, Claire, thanks! :D

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Thank you Nik! Great review, fun read. You’re awesome!


Oh, hey, thanks very much!

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1060 tasting notes

Backlogging form yesterday.

After my success with Eight Candles my daughter wanted to try the same water temp and amount for leaf on this tea. It worked like a charm. She happily drank two mugs of this which used up the rest of the tea in the bag. I thought she would ask for me to reorder it, but she decided that, while she enjoyed this one, she like Fusion Teas Cinnamon Roll more.

I dropped my rating for this one. Previous rating 90.

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1355 tasting notes

Ok I had a few hours sleep after my tank fiasco which was not an awful lot to run on today. Needless to say I have been sluggish and tired all day, sort of a lazy day but making up for it tonight.

My husband is now home after work with some sealant that says it repairs a tank within 48 hours. Last night we emptied half the water out and left it to drip over night. All our fish have been saved along with the majority of our shrimps and some snails. Our job tonight is to completely empty the tank and let it dry so we can find out where the leak is. That means sifting through the sand to find our assassin snails and my husband is just catching the last of the shrimp now. Shrimp are very fast!

We both have tomorrow off work so we should start the repair then. For now tonight we still have a looong night ahead of us. I’m going to try my best again to save what remains in the ruins of the tank.

To start us off we have a pot of Oatmeal Raisin Cookie. I have enough for one more pot too so I may take the rest to work as a treat.


so glad everything worked out and there was no undue sashimi!

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2219 tasting notes

Oh hey. Apparently I missed putting this in my online cupboard. And apparently I haven’t had it yet!

After my failed Cherry Cola tea flavoured popsicle, I needed something comforting to cleanse my palate. Hence a white chocolate hazelnut Ritter Sport, and some tea that smells (and tastes!) like baked goods.

I don’t really get “oatmeal raisin cookie” out of it, but I do get delicious spiced baked good. A different spice from the Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie one, even. I had a big raisin in my brew basket so there’s less tea in here than I expected, but it’s still delicious. I can taste the tea in the background, the cinnamon, a carb-y sweet baked flavour (not really getting oats, though), and some extra sweetness from that raisin.

I really like Della Terra’s black flavoured teas. Well, the ones I’ve tried. The green ones are good as well, but since black teas are closer to my heart, I love them more. :)

1.5 tsp in 12 oz water, 1/4 tsp sugar, 1 tbsp soy creamer.

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This tea has my interest. I haven’t been terribly interested in the other black teas Della Terra has available, but I’ve always been curious about this one.


I do like it. Want me to put some aside for you? I’m coming out your way in April (after the 19th) for some shopping, so we could meet up at that point.


Ooh! :D That’d be fun! That’d be lovely :)

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Tea #20 from Traveling Tea Box C

Finally a tea that tastes as good as it smells!

For as much as I don’t care for Della Terra’s chocolate flavors (or fruit flavors), I really adore their pastry type flavors. I think they nail them.

As far as taste goes, this is definitely strong cinnamon, but there’s also a good deal of raisin, vanilla, and hints of brown sugar. And it’s those last two that make this taste like a cookie. I actually thought there was enough natural sweetness to not add milk or sugar and still capture a cookie essence, but this would be amaaaaaaaahzing as a latte.

I really want to make zucchini bread this weekend.

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I’ve been meaning to stop by the farmer’s market and see if I can pick up zucchini so I can make some bread. I like to add chocolate chips, maraschino cherries, and walnuts to mine. It makes for an absolutely delicious and not at all healthy breakfast.


I’m lucky enough to have friends nearby with an over-abundant zucchini crop this year. I just add walnuts. Then toast it and slather with butter. So, so good. And not good for you.

BrewTEAlly Sweet

I started making this as a latte after I tried it for the first time. loooooooovvvvveeee it. perfect for breakfast or right after dinner.

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I hated having to give this one up, but anything with cinnamon is being purged from my cupboard. My toddler is allergic to cinnamon and isn’t old enough for allergy meds yet. Since I can’t stop him from drinking my tea all the good dessert teas are being given new homes :(


I’m so lucky my food allergies are things that don’t appear in teas :(

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These Della Terra black teas all taste very similar to me. In fact, this one could almost even be DavidsTea’s Glitter & Gold… but I think G&G is more vanilla-y, and I prefer the black tea base in that one.

Anyway. I still have enough for quite a few more cups of Oatmeal Raisin Cookie, and it is one that I do enjoy taking to work because it still tastes good in my travel mug.

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I agree- they do taste very similar. Good potpourri though :o)


Pretty sure I likened this one to G&G as well :)

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1220 tasting notes

First off let me say I really don’t like oatmeal raisin cookies AT ALL. But this tea had so many good reviews I decided to overlook this hatred.

It reminds me a lot of chai in the smell, it’s got the cinnamon scent that I am getting really tired of from a chai at work lol but this has the added bonus of also smelling like freshly baked cookies!

Raisins are really the reason I don’t like the cookies, but in here the flavor blends really well with both the cinnamon and the brown sugar flavors.

Della Terra makes some awesome dessert teas, and this might actually be my favorite…and that is seriously saying something when I wouldn’t even eat the original to begin with!


This sounds really tempting right now!
I think there are two oatmeal raisin cookie camps: those who love them, and then the people who go argh I thought these were chocolate chips, what kind of trickery is this?!


especially if you get a burnt raisin….

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470 tasting notes

I got this in my Try Me pack and for some reason held off on trying it. I don’t know why, maybe I wanted to be in a fall mood? Well, it’s cold today, plus I really want a cookie but I don’t have any.

When brewing, this tea seriously makes the kitchen smell like baking cookies. Mmm! Of course, it’s kind of impossible to totally replicate a cookie taste in a tea, but this comes darn close. The black base has some bake-y notes, and combined with the vanilla and brown sugar flavorings it really seems like some sort of cookie or sugary bread. Delicious! The raisin really comes through, adding nice earthy fruity notes. I didn’t get a WHOLE lot of oatmeal, in fact not much at all but the vanilla/brown sugar combo pretty much covers the baked good base well enough. The cinnamon brings everything together nicely, though my one complaint is that I think there might be a little bit too much in my cup. It’s very strong and not quite but almost overpowers some of the subtler notes.

That being said, this tea is fantastic! A really good, warming cup for a cool fall evening. I think I am definitely going to have to stock this one.

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ohhh I can’t wait for mine to arrive!

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Thank you. :) One of my personal favorites!

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Tonight is a tea review and story night!

First, story: where I live in San Francisco, parking one’s car is a real pain in the butt, so I take the bus to and from school/work. Some days taking the bus can be a real pain in the butt too! But today MUNI (the bus/train system in SF) gave everyone on my bus a special Halloween preview show, albeit unintentionally.
It was about 7:50 when the bus pulled up, we all filed on and it lurched forward to the next stop. And then stays stopped for about five minutes. Suddenly, the lights start turning off and then on again at random, and people start getting spooked and whispering to each other. The bus driver calls out that she thinks the bus may be dead, but she is going to try restarting it. So she turns the bus off, lets it sit for a few minutes, and turns it on again. Right as the engine coughs and sputters as it attempts to LIVE (Frankenstein cackle) the back door opens and closes several times in fast succession, and a few girls standing by it scream in surprise.
Sadly the bus stayed dead and our Halloween show ended, as we were directed to get off and wait for a new bus to pick us up in about ten minutes. By the time I got home I was really in the mood for some good TEA!

Second, tea: This smells sooo good. I think now I may not have used enough tea in my steeper, but this still has a lot of flavor. At first all I could taste was cinnamon – for some reason I can really tolerate hot beverages, so that may be a product of my sipping right away before it cooled. As the tea started to cool I could taste brown sugar, and then the sweet raisins. Yummy dessert tea! I think I am still a bigger fan of straight teas than I am flavored, but I like this and it was a nice cuppa after my spooky bus ride. ;)

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Needs more ZOMBIES! :D


Ahahaha, that’s funny!


As my son Aaron would say (and he also lives in San Francisco), “What bus problem?” He’s also been writing a lot of ’Giant’s things on Facebook like “Vamos Gigantes!” (World Series Madness! Glad you didn’t get stuck!


Ha, what bus problem indeed! San Francisco has an amazing public transportation system, but it does have its hitches some days.
My bus went crazy tonight when the Giants won!


Great story. :D


My brother went to the World Series with my dad in 1962 and saw the great Willie Mays in S.F. We’ve been big Giants Fans for a LONG time. (Daughters were seldom taken to things like this back in the day…so I never went anywhere with my dad until I was in my 30’s).

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137 tasting notes

This is pretty tasty! I’m not loving it quite as much as everyone else seems to, but it’s good and definitely pulls through on the bakey cookie vibes.

I’m one of those folks who feels horribly deceived to find raisins in an oatmeal cookie rather than chocolate chips, so thankfully the raisin note isn’t too prominent.

I get cinnamon sweetness with vanilla and brown sugar, and a light fruitiness which I’m guessing is where the raisin comes in. I’ve found it to be a bit watery and lacking in boldness though, which is what stops it from becoming a favourite for me.

Still enjoyable, and I’ve almost finished my packet already. This is a good one to bring along in a travel mug to sip on.


I’m the opposite. I always am disappointed when it’s a chocolate chip as opposed to a raisin.


i want both! always! the raisins for that chewy yummy taste and the chocolate chips for the chocolatey goodness :)


I don’t like raisins in baked stuff. They just get all dry, so I"m with you on the chocolate chip preference!


I’ve had a reeeeally nice raisin cookie with nice plump golden raisins – but more often than not they can be dry and hard. Plump and chewy and I’m all over it!


I got this tea as part of the giveaway I won today. Let’s see if it’s as good as everyone says :)


I am one of those types who definitely, always wants raisins in their oatmeal cookies! To prevent the dryness, I plump the raisins up by microwaving them in a bowl of water and then patting them dry before using them. Delicious. And because I’m super nitpicky, I poke through them and make sure any little bits of stem are gone too.

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