Coconut Maple Custard

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Black Tea
Black Tea, Coconut, Maple Crystals, Sugar, Vanilla
Coconut, Cream, Custard, Maple, Sugar, Creamy, Maple Syrup, Vanilla, Malt
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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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Calling all coconut fans! The sweet and creamy combination of shredded coconut and maple makes this black tea blend smell and taste divine. Great hot and as a latte, Coconut Maple Custard has warm notes of caramel and would pair perfectly with cake and cookies for an unforgettable teatime experience.

Certified organic ingredients: Black Tea, Vanilla, Canadian Maple, Coconut, Palm Sugar

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 4-6 mins

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Dessert by Deb is an organic tea company and lifestyle brand based in Toronto, Canada. At Dessert by Deb, it's tea time all the time because tea isn't just a drink - it's a way of life. From stationery and paper products, to kitchen accessories, to sweet and delicious organic dessert teas inspired by afternoon tea, patisseries, and baked goods, there are plenty of ways to bring the joy of teatime into your everyday life. Join the tea party!

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240 tasting notes

The coconut was super strong with this one but it was pretty nice, definitely would drink it again :)

Flavors: Coconut, Cream, Custard, Maple, Sugar

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2142 tasting notes

Inkling Advent Day 13. Maybe this tea will turn me into a coconut person! This is the first tea from Deb that I felt leaned hard enough into the dessert flavor it’s going for. The coconut flavor is so authentic, and something about it really is custardy. It goes well with the black base, plus some milk and sweetener. It doesn’t taste like much hot, but at room temperature, it’s super pleasant. I’m glad there’s enough in here for another few cups, thanks Inkling!


Mm, this sounds good.


Yay, so glad you found one you liked!

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6079 tasting notes

I think I got 75g of this in my very first Dessert by Deb order, and it’s one of my favourites. I just love the creamy coconut, although I do find that I prefer it when I use a bit more leaf than recommended.

Silent Kettle

Yeah! I noticed that with Deb’s teas too. I think it’s because it has no artificial/natural flavouring in, which is why I keep purchasing her teas, lol. But it does mean I have to overleaf the blends to get the most flavour out of the leaves.

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145 tasting notes

Like all of Deb’s teas, this smelled so fragrant and fresh!

You can completely tell that everything is handmade and created with so much love. It makes it hard for me to try regular flavoured tea blends now lol, which often have artificial flavour added. Sometimes the artificial flavour works, but other times it is too strong for me and ends up tasting like chemicals!

I made this as a latte, stove-top style. I mostly taste coconut and cream? It tastes a bit like custard, but I actually think her ginger crème brûlée tea tastes more like custard? However, I will finish this up.

I think I just would have liked more complexity in this. It just tastes like a good coconut tea right now.

Flavors: Coconut, Cream, Creamy, Custard

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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1649 tasting notes

I put the rest of this sample in a mason jar in the fridge one night, swearing to myself I wouldn’t forget it the next morning… and did exactly that. I’m not sure how long it’s been in there at this point other than less than a week. I ran out of creamer about a week ago as well. Trader Joe’s rarely has it in stock because they sell out so fast and are limited by distribution on how many they can order for each day. All that to say no lattes for me. Still, this is a decent cup. As I’ve been sipping it I’ll run into one sip that has a flatness to it only to have it gone for a few more sips. I’m sure I didn’t do this tea any favors with days in the fridge. The start of the sip is muted, but towards the end the coconut comes out and there is a sweetness from the maple. I do wish there was a little more maple flavor instead of just the sweetness. Somewhere in the finish I think I get custard like notes. This was a fun tea to try!

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1379 tasting notes

Cold Steep over night in a giant glass mug.

Based on VariaTEA’s note, I skipped over trying this hot and went right for the cold tea. I didn’t even add milk or anything, just had it straight up, and it’s good. It reminds me a tad of 52Tea’s Coconut Pie Tea a while back but this is smoother and more decadent, with maple syrup and custard flavours, the latter of which can come across as kind of tangy (but not tangy? Good job describing stuff, Crowkettle)

I would like to say more but my Mom promptly stole my mug and refuses to give it back. I’ll just have to make more.

Flavors: Coconut, Custard, Maple Syrup, Vanilla

Iced 3 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

You were healthier than I am. I’ve been adding milk to ALL the teas!!

Glad you (and your mom) liked it!


Aw, that’s only because I ran out of milk that day. Next time I’m just going to steep the tea leaves directly in milk in the fridge over night. :P

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6440 tasting notes

So, per Sil and Roswell Strange’s suggestions, I made this as an iced latte. This is really good this way. It’s got a nice coconut flavor but is genuinely custard-y. I’m a fan. There is more vanilla and coconut than maple I’d say but personally I don’t mind.

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