Orange Cookie

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Rooibos Tea
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Caffeine Free
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  • “Sipdown (243) O is for…Orange Cookie Between this and Orange Dreamsicle, I think I finished both “O” teas I own. The other “O” teas are because the company put “Organic” first as part of the title...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (1026)! This was very refreshing and chuggable, but one thing that really stood out to me is that despite the fact this is supposedly an orange cookie blend (even though I’ve seen...” Read full tasting note

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Orange you glad there is a hot and sweet alternative to your favorite cup of OJ? This uniquely flavored tea has the intense taste of gingerbread cookies and sweet oranges. It is the perfect combo you didn’t know you needed!

Flavor Notes: sweet, fresh

Benefits

Rooibos promotes clear skin
Rooibos improves respiratory system
Rooibos is rich in minerals
Pistachios contain antioxidants.
Pistachios are high in Vitamin A, B6 & E
Almonds improve brain health
Orange may prevent arthritis
Orange is high in Vitamin C

Ingredients: rooibos tea, planed almond pieces, pistachios, orange peel, coriander, flavoring, pink peppercorns.

Contains: pistachios, almonds

Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water

Net Wt. 1.75oz (20 Cups)

Brewing Instructions

Scoop 1 TSP (2 grams) Brew: 8-10min Temp: 203-212

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Sipdown (243)

O is for…Orange Cookie

Between this and Orange Dreamsicle, I think I finished both “O” teas I own. The other “O” teas are because the company put “Organic” first as part of the title but that feels like it counts less.

Anyways, I used the whole sample of this tea to make a large hot cup of tea. I noticed a lot of almond and peppercorn in the rooibos when I poured this out. Honestly, I get a touch of both those flavors and maybe the slightest bit of citrus. It is cookie-ish but I wouldn’t have called this an Orange Cookie. That said, it does have a Christmas tea sort of vibe to it – that classic orange/spice profile so maybe it is Orange Cookie. I don’t know. It’s better than expected but likely not a restock for me.

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Cold Brew Sipdown (1026)!

This was very refreshing and chuggable, but one thing that really stood out to me is that despite the fact this is supposedly an orange cookie blend (even though I’ve seen it carried by other companies as an orange nut or a spiced orange profile) all I could taste when I drank it was a vaguely fruity bubblegum note. I guess it’s that combo of orange and spices? That can be a tricky balance. It was weird how much like bubble gum it tasted like, but I did still really enjoy it and if I didn’t know alternative vendors for this blend that are more accessible to me here in Canada then it’s a tea I would probably pop onto my wishlist…

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