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Almond, Cream, Butter, Drying
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 315 ml

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  • “Ooh, yes. No additions is definitely the way to go with this one. The milk watered it down terribly. Today it is much fuller-tasting. The base is nice and light, and it tastes exotic and homey at...” Read full tasting note
  • “Thank you to DaisyChubb who sent some of this to me! It would seem that this one is a hit or miss here, I happen to like it. It tastes very much like Butter Truffle from ESP Emporium. Nutty,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m being indecisive tonight. I can’t decide if I like this. It’s strange, bizarre/weird to me. Must be the cumin, or the thought of the cumin. I’m also getting that acidic burn sensation on the...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m not going to rate this one, because I couldn’t finish the cup :( The spices in this are spices I use in my homemade taco seasoning… so all I small are tacos. And when I brew it, all I smell are...” Read full tasting note

From Tealish

A sinfully aromatic black tea blend which captivates the senses. Exquisite, sweet nut flavours from almond and pistachio pieces are balanced with spice notes from peppercorns, cumin and coriander. Like walking in to a bakery in Paris.

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41 tasting notes

I’ve tried just two teas from Tealish – Spicy Chai and Patisserie.

I love my desserts, but I can never seem to find satisfaction in these ‘dessert’ teas – all the ones I’ve tried, they’ve failed. But Patisserie comes the closest to making me feel that satisfaction of eating freshly baked bread, cookies, cobbler, whatever it may be.

And you can actually taste the nuttiness of something in there (haha, I forgot what goes in it). And I do love teas I can enjoy with my soy&stevia or rather it just be fresh (one or the other), but this one’s an exception. It’s not ‘fresh’ but it definitely doesn’t need the creamer. It’s better without it.

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117 tasting notes

Yum! Very nice almond and cream flavours! Would be even better with a laoshan black base I think. Miss this one.

Flavors: Almond, Cream

1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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2219 tasting notes

This smells like nutty baked goods when sniffed in the packet. However, once steeped the tea is incredibly drying. I do like the flavours, but something about either the tea base or the flavourings is almost giving me dry mouth.

Thanks so so much to the ever generous MissB.

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68 tasting notes

From the sweet bakery smell of this tea to the different ingredients, the reason I picked this tea because it stood out. I had it iced with soy milk and I enjoyed the sweet almost caramel like taste of this tea. I could almost be deceived and take this tea at face value for what it claims to be: a sweet baked treat. If it wasn’t for the ingredients. That’s why I am recommending Diaz’ book, because people and teas are not always as they appear, no matter how sweet they are.

Books recommended for this tea: This is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz.

185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 30 sec 8 tsp

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89 tasting notes

Ohh-ho, golly… This is a tough one to review. It’s not that I didn’t like the flavour. I found it unique; spicy and sweet, and plenty strong enough for me. The problem is that one of the spices it contains is cumin. Cumin leaches through my pores at a surprising rate, and leaves me smelling, uh, a tad whiffy. So, it’s a no-go for me, I’m afraid. I think I’d feel quite differently about this one, though, if it didn’t make me smell like a farm animal on a hot day, so don’t let my experience scare you off.

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1474 tasting notes

Hm. How have I yet to open this? Okay, I will today. It smells of a bakery (odd considering the ingredients) and it does remind me of one as well. Have to admit though, I preferred this on the heavier side (suggested portioning is 1 tsp per 6-8oz. so I used 2 tsp for 16oz.) and only when it was almost cold. Hot, it was… meh. Ice cold, it got bitter. Warm on the cold side, it was… pleasant. Pastry-like. Rich. Sweet.

On a complete aside, I’ve decided to stop adding data into the database until everything gets added so that I can. Otherwise… I’m adding partial data, and that seems like a waste of time to me.

200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

You mean flavour data?


Flavor, ingredients, anything. I sent a note to Jason directly via email, suggesting they enlist some of the keeners amongst us to do that for them, so they can control the database entries yet still have it updated in a timely manner.


Oh, I didn’t realize until now the ingredients are also an issue. Wow.

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71 tasting notes

I don’t taste the patisserie aspect, but it’s nice and sweet and creamy. Great for cozy breakfast.

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