Tiramisu Mate

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Description: Heavenly blend of roasted mate, cocoa, white chocolate chips, crocant bits, fine Madagascar vanilla pieces and tiramisu flavor. A great option for those trying to give up or cut back on coffee. Contains nut allergens. 185° 1-2 level teaspoons tea per 8 ounces water; steep for 5 minutes; or steep for 1-2 minutes and infuse multiple times. Organic.

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I have only had Tiramisu once. This is how it smelled. The description is very true to the cup! Both in smell and taste. I wasn’t sure about it at first because it did remind me of a coffee taste but it’s growing on me. Not something I would drink often but maybe if I was in the mood for something a little freaky. LOL


Have you had the Rooibos Tiramisu? I’m wondering how it compares to that tea.


good description. based on that I think I’ll get some for my cousin who likes coffee and tea, thanks!


good description. based on that I think I’ll get some for my cousin who likes coffee and tea, thanks!

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This is going well with my strawberries and Cool Whip dessert. This blend feels kind of heavy on my tongue, almost as if it were gritty. There’s a lovely coffee note to this. I’m a coffee-lover as well as a tea-lover, so this satisfies both cravings. I think I taste a little nuttiness and a little bit of chocolate. There’s some vanilla in there somewhere.

Also, I looked up “crocant” because I had no idea what it was. Somehow, Google has been of very little help to me but I’m thinking, based on search results, that “crocant” is derived from the French word “croquant” meaning crispy and that “crocant bits” are little crispy… bits. They seem to be used in chocolates and with nougat. :9 (Can anyone clarify??)

With little crispy bits in mind, I think there’s a puffy, wafery kind of undertone to this tea. All around, this tastes like dessert – a puffy, chocolate-dusted, coffee dessert. Oh. That’s what tiramisu is, isn’t it? Well done, SensibiliTeas. Well done.

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