Cinnamon Cookie Puer

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Cinnamon, Coffee Beans, Flavor, Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Cinnamon, Coffee, Roasted, Burnt Sugar, Cookie, Earth
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 15 sec 6 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Thank you Steepsters for being such wonderful uplifting Tea Friends Dessert! It’s all about Dessert! Tonight I celebrate you all! Don’t you love our shared little secret…the sweet lovely tea secret...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cinnamon cookie? yes please!!! Thank you so much to Bonnie for the sample!! I haven’t got much time to write. I am ZONKED. My apologies for the hasty review!! There isn’t much bakiness here, but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you ifjuly for sending me a sample of this tea. I like that the cinnamon is sweet rather than hot. I’m not really getting a lot of pu’erh, but it does add some depth to this blend. I’m not...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m afraid I forgot who sent me this tea – I’ve got so many little samples kicking around that it’s near impossible to keep track of them. This tea has a very dark, mocha-like scent with a bit of...” Read full tasting note

From Lupicia

Puer tea finished with sweet cinnamon, cookies, and coffee. Add a little milk for a creamy and satisfying tea break.

How to enjoy Tea
Amount of Tea Leaves: 0.10oz(2.5-3g)
Water Temprature: Boiling Water
Brewing Time: 45sec.-1min.

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32 Tasting Notes

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676 tasting notes

Thank you Steepsters for being such wonderful uplifting Tea Friends

Dessert! It’s all about Dessert! Tonight I celebrate you all!

Don’t you love our shared little secret…the sweet lovely tea secret that we can pour in our cups and drink down without guilt! Cake tea, honey tea, cookies, strawberries and cream, spice and CHOCOLATE! There’s that almond biscotti flavor that lifted me up and carried me all the way to Italy…to Lake Como. The Russian Tea with cherry jam, and the Pineapple Oolongs and Coconut cream pie…making me get my hula on. Mercy!
Lupicia had this sweet little Puer…Cinnamon Cookie…laced with black tea, elderberry and cinnamon…perfect for a dessert treat tonight.
It tastes like a cookie. No kidding! I love the earthy flavor of puer…but in this case, I’m not missing it at all. (I really wouldn’t like an earthy cinnamon cookie. No, no, no.)

If something is this good… I think of ways to take it further.

I had a Blackberry Cabernet Matinee Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate Bar in the freezer.
Uh oh! I went and got it out, unwrapped the silky bar and broke off a chunk.
I ate a little bit of chocolate,took a sip of cookie tea…another bit of chocolate, another sip of tea. Uh! Don’t interupt me! A little bit of chocolate, a sip of cookie tea. (flavor blending silky and rich.Sinfully wonderful…superb!) Remember, I’m only doing this for all of you! ;)

Truthfully, you all bring me such joy. Applaud yourselves! Thank you for all the uplifting comments lately during the fires in Colorado!

Azzrian

I want this!

ashmanra

Thinking of you as I see those devastating photos of the fire and praying for your safety!

Bonnie

Just heard from Jason and he’s ok but his business in Colorado Springs is close to the fire!

Kittenna

Haha, Azzrian – you’re all about the cookie teas, aren’t you!

Bonnie – I’m going to have to try the chocolate, sip of tea, chocolate, sip of tea thing sometime. It sounds like a really great way to enjoy a bit of chocolate for dessert!

Daisy Chubb

Glad Jason is safe, , hoping for the safety of his business as well! Thanks for keeping us posted Bonnie, I’m really glad you’re keeping in contact with Jason.

Skulleigh

Chocolate is such a good pairing with tea, isn’t it? Sometime I get a really good chocolate bar and have a single square with a cup of tea. It stretches out how long I get to enjoy the bar, and I’m not eating the whole thing at once, which isn’t really good for my waistline :D

Bonnie

Thats what I do! Another pairing is a very smoky tea and sweet whiskey cheese and an apple or pair or smoky and chocolate. My local cheese shop does tea and cheese pairings!

Skulleigh

Ooo, I never thought of tea and cheese. I will have to give that a try!

Jim Marks

I wonder how teas like this would work as a granita…

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1759 tasting notes

Cinnamon cookie? yes please!!!
Thank you so much to Bonnie for the sample!!
I haven’t got much time to write. I am ZONKED. My apologies for the hasty review!!
There isn’t much bakiness here, but I do find a slight shortbread sortof flavour. I think it plays of the pu-erh really well, as does the cinnamon. With some of my agave and milk, this came out to be super tasty. The spice factor really pops with added agave.
Anyhow, I can’t say it’s a dessert tea since it is caffeinated, but it certainly tastes like one!!
Gah, I am so sleepy after going to the gym and then a Tea Guild of Canada meeting. We blended our own tea! SO much fun :P

one more thing. I < 3 pu-erh!

Bonnie

Hi cookie!

Azzrian

C is for Cookie! YUM

Kittenna

What did you blend?! This must have been what you were talking about. Sad I couldn’t have been there :(

Indigobloom

and cookie is for me!!! :P

Kristaleyn: an apricot rooibos and a black/rose tea. The rooibos hasn’t really settled yet, I don’t think. The black was pretty good.
I wish you could have been there!

Daniel Scott

Tea Guild of Canada? Is that something that only meets in the Toronto area? (That’s where you live, right?)

Bonnie

She’s only a bird in a Guilded cage.

Kittenna

@Indigobloom – sounds fabulous. Once I’m done my field work/cooking trials (sometime in June) we have got to make some more plans to meet up :D

Indigobloom

Daniel Scott: yep, it’s only Toronto, sadly! but if you have enough tea peeps in Calgary I’m sure they’d love to have another branch…we could skype meetings!! haha
Bonnie: LOL I would never marry for wealth ;)

Kristaleyn: YES!!! let me know when you are free. We will party it up tea style!

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1040 tasting notes

Thank you ifjuly for sending me a sample of this tea.

I like that the cinnamon is sweet rather than hot. I’m not really getting a lot of pu’erh, but it does add some depth to this blend. I’m not really getting a whole lot of “cookie” but this tea is sweet. Really sweet.
I like it, this was a really nice tea tonight.

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1908 tasting notes

I’m afraid I forgot who sent me this tea – I’ve got so many little samples kicking around that it’s near impossible to keep track of them.

This tea has a very dark, mocha-like scent with a bit of spice. I didn’t realize it until I read the package but aparently this is flavoured with coffee so I’m really hoping it doesn’t upset my stomach.

I’ve not getting ‘cinnamon cookie’ so much as I’m getting ‘mocha with cinnamon sprinkled on top’ from the flavour. The pu-erh is an interesting choice of base and I think it works quite well with the flavours, though I’m tempted to add milk to this tea to see if I can coax more of a cookie flavour out. Maybe next time.

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 30 sec

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863 tasting notes

Steeped 5 g. of this in 9 oz. water (the bag recommended about 2-3 grams per 5 oz. cup) at the below parameters.

The smell of the dry leaf had notes of coffee and cinnamon that were pleasant, and then notes of…something sour or metallic that was really off putting and overtook the good smells. (I’m wondering if it was the pu er since I’ve had problems with pu er’s scent before.)

Once steeped that sour smell goes away, but the resulting liquor was really thin in texture, despite that big amount of leaf I used. I had to add milk and sugar, and that brought out notes of cinnamon, sugar cookies, and the coffee. But still, there’s something lurking underneath that prevents all this from coming together for me. Maybe it is the pu er.

I will probably give this another shot, maybe with more leaf as it was so anemic on my tongue. But if it turns out like this again, I will not hesitate to give it away/get rid of it.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
Ninavampi

Cinnamon, cookie and Pu-erh do not add up together very pretty in my brain… But some things work out surprisingly well… Sadly it seems like this isn’t one of those things…

TeaBrat

I think it would be better without the coffee flavor personally…

JoonSusanna

@Ninavampi – no, it definitely didn’t work out well. I actually should probably lower the rating, because I couldn’t finish the cup. I don’t know that I can bring myself to try it again…

@Amy oh – I agree- I think that the coffee flavor really makes a very unbalanced blend. It’s too strong to let anything else share the spotlight, except for that weird, weird smell. Bleh.

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Still on my journey to find some puerhs that I like in addition to cinnamon swirl bread and aztec spice. This smelled very strongly of puerh dry so I wasn’t hopeful, in fact, I picked out what tea I would have if this needed to be dumped. Thankfully, no dumping necessary. There is an unexpected (until I reread the description) coffee flavor that either complements the puerh really well or masks it, i can’t tell. Either way, the cinnamon cookie flavor is great. If you don’t like coffee you won’t like this tea. I added frothed milk and honey and this tastes exactly like what I can only imagine a cinnamon cookie latte at coffee shop would taste like. I’m cool with it! I’ll make some for my mom. This is right up her alley.

ohfancythat

cinnamon swirl bread pu’erh? who’da thought!

Sil

mmmm….

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Another flavoured puer I was very happy to try!
As soon as I opend the package the sweet smell of cinnamon met my nose and made me want to brew it that much faster!
I love that LUPICIA uses cinnamon that is more on the sweet side than the spicey side. The sweetness of the cinnamon really makes it like a cookie. Totally reminds me of a snickerdoodle! And the puer tea base isn’t that strong, earthy puer flavour that the majority of them have! It is def. a very good tea to have after a meal or infront of a fireplace on a cold rainy day!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Caitlin

Yum! This is definitely going to go on my shopping list. I adored their strawberry chocolate puer.

Mad_Alyss_14

yeah that ones really good too! but if you’re going to get this one, you should get the Sunny Fruits one too, thats my favorite out of the 3 lol

Caitlin

Mmmm…that one sounds yummy too! I need to make an order from Lupica soonish to renew my newsletter and replenish my cookie supply. These are definitely going on the shopping list.

cuteordeath

I have got to try that!

Mad_Alyss_14

yesh! and you need to try the Sunny fruits! It’s mine and Victoria’s favorite out of the 3! lol

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2816 tasting notes

wow- when you brew this up it smells exactly like a cinnamon cookie, I wonder how Lupicia does it…

This is kind of a pu-er for people who don’t really like pu-erhs since it is so heavily masked with other things. There is lots of sweet cinnamon here as well as some vanilla-y and coconut-y type notes. I love cinnamon so I enjoyed that aspect of it pretty well. Pu-erh was an interesting choice for the base of this tea – it does add a malty and earthy note here. This would be good with some biscotti to dunk in it. It is a tad bit too sweet for me, especially in the morning. I will need to try this as an after lunch or dessert tea instead.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 15 sec

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81 tasting notes

Thank you Bonnie for this sample.

I made a hot pot of this tea.
I drank it for breakfast, paired it with cheerios and milk.
The taste was excellent, no milk or sugar needed!
My mom had a cup and said it was “delicious”
This is my second Puerh tea that I have tried.
The cinnamon stood out. What’s not to love about this tea?
Not bad! Thanks Bonnie

I am going to chill the rest of this tea.
Also I will check out http://www.lupiciausa.com/ soon.

Bonnie

I hope you watched cartoons too! Sounds like something I’d do!

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Additional notes: So I was craving a coffee tea today and this was a single teaspoon holdout that I was hesitant to sipdown, which I’m pleased to now finish, as I can now order more! Blame my love of this tea on the tea box I found it in. The dry leaves still smell like coffee, even with a best by date of 2015. Yowzas. I love this: black tea, puer, cinnamon, coffee. It’s a unique combo. And the flavor remains the same throughout all three steeps. It hits the coffee craving without me having to actually drink coffee.

After I buy some teas from Cameron and this Lupicia order, I MUST stop buying teas for at least a year. I will try harder than I ever have tried. But I am always breaking my loose ‘no buy’ rules. Tea is truly something I love and appreciate, so it’s hard to resist. I’m going to try keeping track of sipdowns (I remember I tried a few years ago.) To me, sipdowns are less important than enjoying the teas I want to, when I want to, especially when they are fresh. I had a really old blend of Graveyard Mist that still tasted fantastic the other day. There is always something to enjoy in any tea. But I believe I’m a bit overboard on tea for a while, even if I appreciate every tea that arrives at my door, especially from you awesome Steepsterers. :D
2019 Sipdowns: 1

Mastress Alita

Well, I found fossilized milk in a fourteen-year-old unopened box of instant chai… that is when you know a tea is officially Too Old™. There is nothing to enjoy at that point (except the LOLs :-P ).

tea-sipper

Yeah, a 14 year old tea is a little TOO old for me. I think my oldest tea is about eight years old and I’m VERY surprised some of them aren’t older than that… unless I acquired a tea from someone else when it was super old, so I don’t know HOW old it is.

Mastress Alita

I got into my hobby at the end of 2016, so at least for teas I purchased, nothing is older than that (no idea with stuff acquired through trade, though!) As for the tea that expired in 2005, my best guess is I bought it when I moved into this apartment and it got lost in the back of a cupboard and only recently rediscovered… truly like a fossil, hahaha.

tea-sipper

DOUBLE fossil tea.

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