Coconut Custard. Well… its kinda like that I guess. The rooibos isn’t quite as strong as I thought it was going to be. It’s smooth but for some reason I can’t quite pick up on the coconut. I know its there but its subtle.
“So here’s the infamous Coconut Custard everyone has been talking about lately! Thanks to SoccerMom I get to try it as well! Thanks SoccerMom! Since all of the reviews for this have been so...” Read full tasting note
“This is a sample that I received from Auggy in swap, thanks Auggy! Being a rooibos, I probably wouldn’t have picked it up on my own, but I am really happy to get a chance to try it since I do love...” Read full tasting note
“Steep Information: Amount: 3 heap tsp Additives: none Water: 22oz filtered, boiling Tool: Cast Iron Teapot with Mesh basket strainer Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes Served: Hot Tasting...” Read full tasting note
“In all of my time of drinking rooibos, I have never tried it with any kind of milk…until last night! I put a squeeze of agave nectar and a splash of half and half into this tisane, and wow! It was...” Read full tasting note
Think palm trees and island breezes.
The rich coconut flavor minging with the lovely taste of red rooibos is tropical and tasty.
Creamy sweet flavor and a lovely caramel finish completes the experience. Naturally caffeine free, this addictive and delicious no-calorie treat is not to be missed.
Coconut Custard Tea Type: Rooibos
Ingredients: Rooibos, shredded coconut and flavor
Origin of Coconut Custard : South Africa
Direct trade quality loose leaf tea for more than a decade. World Tea Championship winners in 2008 & 2009. USDA Certified Organic. Based in US with buying office in China.
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Still on the hunt for an alternative to Teavana’s Zingiber Ginger in case it gets retired. This has a nice coconut/rooibos flavor, but there’s also a little extra something that smells weird to me. Can’t place it, & can’t really taste it but I smell it in both the dry leaves & brewed tea. I prefer to mix this with a rooibos/chai blend as well for more depth.