Walnut Brittle

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Awwwww nuts! ;) Yep, I can definitely taste the Walnut here. It’s mighty good. The coconut is there to. The pair seem to get along well together. In my mind, they have a rather similar mouthfeel so...” Read full tasting note
  • “On the Seventh Day of Christmas, DTerra Teas sent me this tea! http://sororiteasisters.com/2012/12/20/on-the-seventh-day-of-christmas-della-terra-teas-sent-to-me/ I enjoyed this first (and possibly...” Read full tasting note
  • “The ingredients on this one seem a little perplexing, so I got a sample size only in my Try Me pack. I mean, a green walnut tea I can get behind, but with coconut and pineapple?! Uhh it sounds...” Read full tasting note
  • “I forgot I had this tea! I was in a hurry to make some cold steeps before I went out to do grocery shopping. I cold steeped this.. uhh.. a couple hours? I forgot which one was this one until I took...” Read full tasting note

From Della Terra Teas

If you love walnut this is a must have! For this green tea we have combined a most amazing walnut brittle with real walnut pieces and halves, China Sencha green tea, pineapple pieces and coconut flakes. WAIT, coconut and pineapple flakes in my walnut tea? WHY? After many blending we realized all the flavors married together created the most aromatic and flavorful walnut taste imaginable. This evokes the classic woodsy taste of an English Walnut, right in your very own cup.

Ingredients: Chinese sencha green tea, walnut taste with walnut and hazlenut brittle, pineapple pieces, coconut flakes.

Suggested brewing tips:
- Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
- Water Temp: 210°F
- Steep Time: 2- 3 minutes

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29 Tasting Notes

464 tasting notes

Walnut teas are just so yummy! I don’t think I enjoyed this quite as much as I enjoyed DavidsTea’s take on it, but it was still creamy, nutty, and delicious. The coconut just enough to make the tea creamy. I didn’t taste any pineapple. The green tea base was smooth and yummy!

Sidenote: Anyone else get a burnt feeling in their mouth when they drink walnut teas? I got that with both walnut teas I tried. It wasn’t so intense in this one, but it was still there.


yup, I kinda get that!


Good to know I’m not the only one!

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333 tasting notes

The dry leaf smells just like hazelnut-flavored coffee – alarmingly so, in fact. Fortunately, the flavor’s much subtler. I’m having a hard time picking out the individual elements – coconut’s the strongest, surprisingly – but the overall effect is sweet and creamy and only faintly nutty. The green base works well – it’s smooth and buttery, and not too assertive. Walnut Brittle strikes me as a bit of a misnomer here, but it’s a pleasant blend all the same. Thank you for this sample, Fuzzy_Peachkin!

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93 tasting notes

My very first order from Della Terra was for one of their Mystery Boxes which included this tea. While I can’t say that it was love at first sight (taste?), I grew to enjoy this tea. It’s creamy and walnutty— in fact, I found several walnut HALVES in this tea! The pineapple adds a nice sweetness that rounds out the flavor. That being said, I just didn’t love it enough to finish the full 2 oz., so I swapped the rest away to someone who hopefully will enjoy it more than I did. :)

I noticed that the info posted here suggests steeping at 210, while the package suggested 160. I went with 160 and enjoyed the results.

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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871 tasting notes

Thank you so much to Sandy’sCuppa for so generously sending me this in a swap.

The dry tea smells amazing, like sweet walnuts. There is green tea with peices of nuts throughout. Brewed the tea smells almost exactly like baklava. I spent 5 minutes just smelling the tea before I even tasted it. Smelled so amazing!

The liquor is dark yellow-green, looks almost cloudy.

The tea tastes creamy, buttery, nutty, delicious. I am getting some walnut flavour but mostly hazelnut. The tea is not overly sweet, which is good. Sometimes walnuts make my tongue tingle, and I am getting a little bit of this while drinking the tea, but I am more than ok with that.

Delicious tea!

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Josie Jade

Walnuts make my tongue tingle too! I was hesitant about whether or not I would ever try this tea because of that, but after reading your thoughts I’m more optimistic now that I may actually like it!


I would say the tingling was nothing near what I get when I eat a whole walnut. I think it must be an allergic reaction or something. My brother gets it too.

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29 tasting notes

I got this in my mystery box! Wow, what a surprise! Perfection – that’s all I can say. Growing up we had a walnut tree in the side yard and my mom would make walnut pralines. Oh the memory’s this tea brought back. My second steep was just as nice as the first. No noticeable difference. The third steep lost a little of the sweetness but was still strong on the walnut flavor. I added 1 cube of sugar and it was just as enjoyable as the first steep. I’m glad this was a 2oz pouch.

155 °F / 68 °C

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52 tasting notes

Brewed this one again this morning, and have to reduce the score. It’s green, it’s not got a lot of flavor, and the pineapple doesn’t do a whole lot for it. More walnut flavor would make this baby more interesting, but it just isn’t there.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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612 tasting notes

Smells fantastic dry (!), less exciting brewed but still nutty (you can smell both nuts, walnut and coconut, which is cool) and creamy and rich. I don’t really smell fruit initially. There is a toasty thing going on, maybe from the green tea base. I’m impressed with how smooth this tea is, not astringent or rough on the tongue at all (you know how biting walnuts can be?). As it cools, the nuttiness recedes a little and I begin to taste a bit of the pineapple. I love how teas transform like that, with first and second acts! I also really like how the sweetness comes in at the end of the swallow, a happy finishing note. Really doesn’t need milk or sugar.

The sample packaging didn’t give steeping directions and I made the mistake of brewing this like the other teas I have from them, at around boiling. Next time I will try this at a much lower, green tea-friendly temp.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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90 tasting notes

This smells like a mix of winter baking and a summery pina colada, a sort of oxymoron of tea flavors. I was intrigued but a little unsure of how it would go together. Quite well, it turns out. It tastes like a walnutty caramel cake, but a light, fresh version if that makes any sense. It’s not as sweet as it smells, which is nice because it works both as a green tea with just a little oomph, or more of a dessert tea if sweetened. The green tea base works perfectly to complement the flavors without overpowering them. The pineapple has disappeared and the coconut is barely noticeable in the background; I think I only pick up on it because I know it’s there, but it smooths out the tea nicely. Considering I’ve already gone through two large mugs of this and it’s only been twenty minutes, I’d say it’s a hit.

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25 tasting notes

Smells AMAZING! Definitely tastes nutty—it’s absolutely delicious. I can’t think of a single bad thing to say about this tea. I’m on my second steep and it’s just as good as the first. The leaves still smell fragrant, so I might even go for a third. It’s creamy, probably from the coconut, but all the way through is just that wonderful walnut flavor. Why do I only have a sample size? :’(

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20 tasting notes

I really like this tea. I tried it first unsweetened but added cane sugar on the second go. The sugar really brought out cakey notes that I love. I’ll definitely keep this one on my shopping list. My favorite Della Terra tea so far.

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