So good. Really quite strongly sweet.
“So good. Really quite strongly sweet.” Read full tasting note
“Advent from Dustin Day 4 The aroma is quite almondy. Like almond paste. Flavor is much more subdued, and tastes like a cookie with a hint of almond. There’s a bit of a chocolate quality in the...” Read full tasting note
“The description of this tea says it competes with their Almond Cookies tea, which I have loved to pieces but haven’t had in a while. It has a more raw almond scent to the dry tea then the cookie...” Read full tasting note
Sweet, fragrant taste of almond cake in a green tea blend! This tasty blend competes with our Almond Cookies Green Tea, but this blend has more going on in the taste and is sweeter. Includes Chinese Sencha, Oolong, Pai Mu Tan, almond flakes, chocolate nut bits, coconut, cinnamon & flavoring.
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The description of this tea says it competes with their Almond Cookies tea, which I have loved to pieces but haven’t had in a while. It has a more raw almond scent to the dry tea then the cookie version. I haven’t had the cookie tea in a while, so I’m going off memory here, but I feel like this tea is a lighter version. It has a nice almond flavor to it with all the other flavors blending in so well to support the almond that I can’t really pick them out. So far this tea isn’t as good as my memory of cookie, but I got a bag of that in my order and will be steeping some of it soon. Tea Embassy surprisingly had several versions of almond teas, maybe five that I can recall right now and I got some of each to try!