Chaga Ashwagandha Butterscotch Cream

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Ashwagandha, Carob, Chicory Root, Natural Flavours, Sarsaparilla
Flavors
Bitter, Creamy, Dark Chocolate, Butterscotch, Mushrooms, Nutty, Toasty, Umami, Wet Earth
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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  • “This is supposed to be butterscotch cream flavor, and I wish I could taste that! The base is mild (or maybe I’m just used to it now). On top of that, I noticed something a bit desserty, but nothing...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Day 8 of the Teeccino advent calendar. I think I might actually be more offended by the addition of the butterscotch flavoring than if this were unflavored or just had a cream flavoring. The base...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Not a sip down, but a tea for mulligan day. I found a few flavors of teeccino carob chicory teas on sale, and picked up three different boxes as I’m looking to drink more chicory to help my...” Read full tasting note
    68
  • “Well, hello again, Steepster! It’s been a while. Have not been drinking any new teas lately; mostly been sticking with my good ol’ PG Tips and milk. However, I have really been digging this...” Read full tasting note
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Full Ingredients:
Carob pods*, chicory root*, ramón seed*, ashwagandha root* (Withania somnifera 1000mg), dates*, Indian sarsaparilla root*, chaga extract* (wild harvested Inonotus obliquus conk and mycelium blend: 500mg) organic butterscotch flavor. *Certified organic ingredients Produced on machinery that also processes almonds. *All Teeccino flavors are extracted from plants and comply with organic standards.

Chaga, Siberia’s heal-all wild mushroom, compliments roasted ramón seeds and chicory softened by creamy butterscotch from India’s restorative ashwagandha root.

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2271 tasting notes

This is supposed to be butterscotch cream flavor, and I wish I could taste that! The base is mild (or maybe I’m just used to it now). On top of that, I noticed something a bit desserty, but nothing so decadent as butterscotch cream. I recently reordered a few favorites from Teeccino, and this one didn’t make the list.

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Day 8 of the Teeccino advent calendar. I think I might actually be more offended by the addition of the butterscotch flavoring than if this were unflavored or just had a cream flavoring. The base here is just very bitter. Then there’s a layer of creaminess, which helps cut the bitterness. But the butterscotch layer on top of it all somehow doesn’t meld well at all with the bitter base. It just sits there. It’s like frosting a burnt cupcake – you can still tell the underlying thing tastes off. Just truly awful, and worse the more I drink it. Even the aftertaste is bad. This is one of the rare teas I wasn’t able to even finish the mug of. I had to force each sip down. When I actually looked into the mug after giving up and deciding to pour out the rest, I realized I hadn’t even made it through 1/4 of an 8 oz mug even though it felt like more. Definitely not for me.

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Not a sip down, but a tea for mulligan day.
I found a few flavors of teeccino carob chicory teas on sale, and picked up three different boxes as I’m looking to drink more chicory to help my digestion. This one has added chaga mushrooms, which I have tried before in a DT blend, and ashwagandha, which I’ve never known to have a calming effect. I did enjoy the other two flavors I picked up, but this one, hmmm, not so much. It does have a nice chocolatey flavor, brews up thick when only 6 oz of water is used, but does have a chalky aftertaste. Not one I’d buy again, even for chicory in a nice travel friendly packet.

Flavors: Bitter, Creamy, Dark Chocolate

Evol Ving Ness

The flavour and smell of ashwaghanda is horse sweat, so admittedly it is something most would like to cover up. Though in Ayurveda, it is often used to calm stress, particularly in older people. I quite like it as a supplement.

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737 tasting notes

Well, hello again, Steepster! It’s been a while. Have not been drinking any new teas lately; mostly been sticking with my good ol’ PG Tips and milk.

However, I have really been digging this mushroom herbal blend by Teeccino. Notes of earth, umami, chocolate, toast, nuttiness, and a hint of sweet creamy butterscotch. It takes milk really well, just like PG Tips, or even coffee. Creamy mouthfeel.

It’s a nice, warm, healthful, non-pumpkin spice, autumn-esque drink, and it satisfies the 2:00 “need another cuppa” craving without the extra dosage of caffeine.

Flavors: Butterscotch, Dark Chocolate, Mushrooms, Nutty, Toasty, Umami, Wet Earth

gmathis

a) Always glad to see a fellow member of the PG Tips Fan Club. Sweater weather arrived bang on time this morning, and I had a bag of Extra Strong with milk. Perfect.
b) I’m a recent discoverer of Teeccino and have loved both of the varieties I’ve tried. Will have to see if I can find this one locally!

tea-sipper

Welcome back!

Lexie Aleah

Ooh I haven’t seen this one before! I’ll have to look online because it sounds amazing!

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