Orange Creamsicle Mousse

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Rooibos Tea
Coconut, Lemongrass, Orange, Orange Peel, Rooibos, Vanilla
Citrus, Cookie, Creamy, Herbaceous, Milk, Orange, Smooth, Sweet, Wood, Cream
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Caffeine Free
Fair Trade, Organic
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185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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From Dessert by Deb

Bring on the luscious creamy desserts! Oranges and cream might just be one of the most scrumptious things ever. Enter a creamsicle mousse with an island vibe – tea style! This caffeine-free blend of rooibos, vanilla, oranges, lemongrass, and creamy coconut steeps like a dream, and is best enjoyed cold or iced.

Steep it long and hot and strain over ice, steep it long and hot and simply allow it to cool, or try the cold-brew method (place 2 teaspoons of tea in 2 cups cold filtered water in a pitcher, chill in fridge for 8 to 12 hours/overnight, and strain to serve). I personally just allow it to cool and it is HEAVENLY.

Having this one cold allows all the gorgeous nuances of the lemongrass and creaminess to come out stronger, so while hot is great, cold is BETTER!

Certified organic ingredients: Fair Trade Rooibos, Orange Peel, Oranges, Lemongrass, Vanilla, Coconut, Toasted Coconut

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 5-6 mins

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This is one of the blends I was most exited to try from Deb, so don’t ask why it’s taken me this long when I’ve had the pouch since December. The answer is “too many teas”!

I was a bit concerned that there wasn’t a lot of dried orange in my scoop, but there is plenty in the steeped cup so I guess the lemongrass is helping to pull it out.

I really like this one. It’s a soft and mellow orange tea with some nice creaminess. I don’t taste the coconut somehow, which is very unusual for me when it comes to a Deb tea. I guess it’s translating into creaminess, which is the intention. To me, it also does somehow taste light and airy like a mousse, and I can totally imagine eating a fluffy pile of creamsicle mousse while I’m sipping on this. There’s something a little biscuity as well, from the rooibos base, so maybe cookie crumbles sprinkled on top?

For some reason I always assume this is a white base, but then I realize that Deb doesn’t currently work with white tea. I feel like it would be even better on a white base though…

Flavors: Citrus, Cookie, Creamy, Herbaceous, Milk, Orange, Smooth, Sweet, Wood

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

It surprised me that this doesn’t sound familiar. I wonder if I haven’t purchased it?

Cameron B.

Onto the list for next time! ;)

Martin Bednář

That sounds delicious!

Silent Kettle

I cold brewed this for hours in my fridge, and when I drank it, I was shocked, lol. It tasted like an unsweetened orange creamsicle. With the weather warming up, I want to repurchase this

Cameron B.

I can imagine it being good iced or with a little bit of milk!

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Smell: It definitely lives up to its namesake and smells exactly like an orange creamsicle!

Prep: I cold brewed this for 3ish hours. I made it to re-hydrate after writing a gruelling assignment for school. I think I should have cold brewed it for longer to allow all the flavours to develop properly. However, I will say this was a good tea; I just wish that the flavours were stronger (I need to try making this again, sadly I only have a little bit left since you need more leaf to make an iced tea and I only got the 25 gram sample pack).

Taste: If you gave this to me and asked, what does it taste like? I would tell you it tastes like a refreshing, but watered down, orange creamsicle mousse. I did not have that many orange pieces in mine, and I wonder if that could have helped amplify the orange aspect of this tea? But overall, it is a very nice and refreshing blend!

Flavors: Cream, Orange

Iced 8 min or more

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1524 tasting notes

I got a little ahead of myself and started steeping this before fully reading the notes on the bag that it’s better iced! I’ve been looking over obvious things today. Smells fantastic and when I sip it I get a strong orange flavor with distinct lemongrass mixed in. The sip is really lovely and bright and has a slight sweetness to it. A while into the finish and the rooibos creeps in with it’s woody taste and dry mouth sensation, which encourages me to sip more. I’m enjoying the flavors, but I’m not usually a big fan of rooibos, so I’d probably pass on ordering this one. I’d love it if it was an herbal mix minus the rooibos. Going to go finish the cup while catching up on the latest The Boys episode, which is a nice distraction from reality!

Thanks for the sample, VariaTEA!

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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13254 tasting notes

sipdown! glad that chocolate orange is on it’s way to us from the US. I need more chocolate orange in my life.


Chocolate orange is just such a great combo.


Soon…hopefully lol

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6175 tasting notes

It’s almost 1 am. I am listening to a lecture, enjoying a cheese plate and drinking this cold brew from earlier. The first cheese was quite nutty and seemed to latch on to the honey/wood notes of the rooibos base. The second cheese was a creamier cranberry goat gouda so it pulled out the orange notes, which were creamy and sweet instead of bright and sharp. The third cheese was also nutty like the first but much more creamy and it also clung to the orange. The fourth cheese was also creamy – this time its like a super high end baby bel or string cheese and again, it pulled orange. The fifth cheese is a spicy cheddar (that is actually spicy) and it pulls out the honey notes of the base. I have now run out of tea but have more cheeses so I guess I should try this experiment tomorrow with more tea. It was fun to see how different flavors brought out different components of the tea. With that said, there was nothing I would call mousse in this tea.

Cameron B.

Yum, I love cheese! Let’s have a cheese and tea party! XD


We should. I will send you pics of my late night cheese plate on insta…and my late night cheese friend. I feel you’d appreciate them :)

Lexie Aleah

Are you enjoying your online/remote classes?


Honestly I feel like the school is not grasping how much more work it is on the student to study remote so its been really stressful. The particular course I am doing now is an intensive but the prof seems to be somewhat aware of the difficulties and is quite reasonable so its not too bad.

Lexie Aleah

Agreed! I’ve had a mix of Professors with my remote classes as well. Best of Luck with your classes and everything.


Same to you!

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