Fireside S'mores Tea

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Black Oolong Blend
Black Tea, Chocolate Chips, Cocoa Peels, Marigold Petals, Marshmallow, Oolong Tea
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  • “This is a backlog from yesterday afternoon, when I made my first-ever visit to Teaopia! Picked this one up for 50% off, plus a couple other teas (not on sale). I’ll need to write a proper review...” Read full tasting note
  • “Nice!! I like it! It really hit my chocolate craving. With some milk and sugar, the piping hot cup tastes kindof earthy though. Almost like a caramel rooibos but that could also be the hazelnut,...” Read full tasting note
  • “Finally finished up this sample from Heather. I really wish this tea were still available. I like it. A lot. I even picked the mini marshmallows out of the leaves to float in my mug. That’s...” Read full tasting note
  • “Thanks, Kittenna! Well, I don’t taste anything. I’m waiting and waiting for a flavor but it’s doing nothing for me. I only steeped it for 3 minutes, though that’s what the instructions...” Read full tasting note

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Love S`Mores? We love them so much that we made it into a tea! A delectable combination of Black Tea, Oolong Tea, Pai Mu Tan White Tea, Mini Marshmallows, Cocoa Peel, Chocolate Drops, Hazelnut Brittle, Pomegranate Flower Blossoms and Marigold Flower Petals. Indulge in this delicious tea. Make it into a steamed tea latte for an over the top, guilt free treat!

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757 tasting notes

Tea to go with this today…I was in a really bad headspace this morning and come early afternoon, it wasn’t clearing, so I thought chocolate and marshmallow white tea might do the trick.

This was love at first smell! Dry, it smells utterly divine, and it initially picked my spirits up and brought time to a more relevant speed.

Sadly, brewed, this is not as amazing as it smells. But it is still very tasty. Actually, it reminded me quite a bit of Checkmate from DAVIDs. In the end, it was a sort of sweet, cocoa-y, creamy white (I did add milk to add to the creaminess) tea that didn’t scream S’MORES!

With all this said, I am still potentially interested in getting the tin, if only to stuff my nose in every now and again for a little chocolate aromatherapy. :P As a tea, it is good, as a s’mores tea, it is mediocre.

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133 tasting notes

Enjoying a day off work and a large mug of this! Thanks to tattooed_tea who so generously swapped this out of her cupboard!

Fireside S’mores is one of the few teas I was able to try before the Teavana-takeover. In my opinion its a nice, balanced mix of many things I like: marshmallows, chocolate and hazelnut – nothing really overpowers the other. And it’s not a strong tasting tea, which makes it kind of comforting on a chilly winter’s day. I enjoy this most as a latte with a little rock sugar.

I am saddened that this is no longer available, but feel very lucky to have a decent amount of this left. Thanks again tattooed_tea!

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Not a problem. Glad I found a good home for it.

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So I can totally understand why people love this tea. that being said, it’s not my favorite I mostly wanted to try this before I end up ordering the s’mores tea from Della Terra for comparisons sake evenif I can’t ever get this tea again haha. It’s not a bad’s just a bit weird for my taste. It might have sometig to do with the fact that I ate all of the mini marshmallows out of my sample before I brewed the tea grin anyway there’s chocolate in here, and hints of the sticky marshmallowy goo but I’m not quite getting the graham cracker taste. Any interesting tea to say the least :)

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2393 tasting notes

Another from TeaboxB! I had to love this one right? I have some form of S’mores often… either microwaved or just bites of one giant marshmallow with bites of chocolate and bites of graham cracker cereal. Always delicious! I love the pomegranate flowers in this blend… it looks like the closest thing to fire flames in a “fireside” blend. After two teaspoons are steeped for five minutes with almost still boiling water, the marshmallows didn’t really melt… hmm. Marshmallows impervious to boiling water? But the fragrance of the tea itself is lovely and sweet. The cup color isn’t very dark, it’s a light amber… so the flavor shouldn’t be that dark but somehow is… I think it’s the chocolate… malty dark dark chocolate. Maybe the hazelnut also helps there. I thought that since there is white tea here, it might be bitter with such a long steep time and hot temp, but it tastes awesome. I wouldn’t necessarily call this tea S’mores flavored but I’m loving what this DOES taste like! The second steep was not good at all – I steeped for a WHILE – uncountable minutes but the flavor did taste more like white tea this time – oversteeped white tea and oaky. I think I’ll just make the first steep exactly the same next time and not bother with the second. I think I steeped it perfectly. Marshmallows still didn’t melt. First steep: awesome. Second steep: eh, I dumped half of it. I think I’ll keep the other few teaspoons of this one from the teabox since this one is either a hit or miss with most people.

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297 tasting notes

well I finally decided to try the after having it for months. I got it really cheap, I think about $7 for the whole tin. good thing too, cause this is gross, blech!
the dry notes smell a little earth, slightly sweet, kinda chocolatey. once steeped it smells earthy, but more like dirt, than good earthy. and it pretty much tastes the same way. right at the end of the sip I get a slight touch of Graham cracker. I had like four sips and ditched the rest of my mug.

to the swap list this goes.

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1259 tasting notes

Blarg! Tired and sore this morning from brazilian jiu jitsu. Always something injured and hurting – today it’s my elbow. I wanted a fun tea this morning, and this one swapped to me by Kittena looks fun!

DRY: lots of fun chunks in this one, including mini marshmallows!

STEEPED: amber coloured cup, smells caramelly and graham cracker like. The mini marshmallows sort of melted, I ate the remainder! HEHE

TASTE: Fairly light tasting, slighty nutty and a little chocolatey. Very mellow tea, not black tea tasting or white – an interesting mix. I thought it was going to be sweet, so I didn’t sweeten it at first.
Sweetened, the chocolate comes out more and I can taste the graham crust. Not tasting marshmallows.

WHO’D LIKE THIS TEA: peeps who sweeten their teas! This one needs it! This tea is pretty light too, maybe a white tea drinker would appreciate.

COMMENTS: very light tea, and I thought I went a little heavy on the dry leaf! Sweetened, this was much much better as I could taste the smore, somewhat, but still very mild. I’d love a smore tea to be strong, malty and toasty!

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749 tasting notes

Just a small cuppa before my last exam. The smell is amazing – like summertime camping.
It’s definitely creamy and delicious – I’m not tasting too much chocolate but definitely the marshmallow. I only steeped it for 3 minutes, perhaps next time I’ll try a little longer.

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882 tasting notes

Thanks Tattooed_tea!
I love the little marshmallows in the tea. Except I ate them halfway through steeping the tea D: I’ve heard good things and bad things about this tea so I’m excited to try it… ok here goes first sip..
Hmm… Definitely different. I’m getting a little bit of the graham cracker, a tiny bit of chocolate and nothing really of the marshmallow (most likely because I ate them..). I’m getting a lot of hazelnut and other nutty flavors. Meh, it’s more of a chocolate/hazelnut tea to me.

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I love, love, love, LOVE this tea.
I ordered it for the first time this season based on its online description as soon as it came out, aka before smelling it in store, something I normally only do for clearance teas.
I couldn’t be happier with this tea.
First impressions once I opened the tin were “Oh My Gosh! I have never seen marshmallows that small!” followed by “I smell each of the cracker, chocolate, and marshmallow parts, this is great”
Second impressions once I first brewed it was that I could taste each of the classic s’mores ingredients too, which is great since as I’ve mentioned in other posts I’m a celiac and can’t normally enjoy that.
Third impression on the second brewing is that without the marshmallows (they melted on the first brewing) I mostly got a tea that tasted like Graham crackers, which I miss greatly from my pre celiac days so smiles all around!


I know you rated this a long time ago. But I just got this and was wondering at what temperature and for how long you brew this at!

Robin Nicole

I’ve tried this a few different ways. You’re fine anywhere from 180-200 degrees boiling makes it bitter. I generally use 190 (to really bring out the graham cracker taste) for about 5 minutes.


Thanks, I gave it a try!

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38 tasting notes

I was really disappointed with this tea, it might have been stored wrong, but it just tasted like virtually nothing! Bland, watery taste, even after a longer steep and extra leaves added. The marshmallows ended up being annoying in my mesh strainer and the different flower petals were pretty much useless :( Too bad this tea will never surface again, I would have enjoyed a fresh cup….I think?

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