Banana Nut Bread

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Hazelnut, Maple Syrup, Sweet, Nuts, Pancake Syrup
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Boiling 6 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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This is a wonderful blend of Rooibos, banana and walnut flavors accented with banana chips and walnuts. This tea tastes like its fresh out of the oven!

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I have to say that Linsey out did herself with this blend! Banana Nut Bread does taste like it’s fresh out of the oven. The spices are right on and the banana flavor is rich and natural tasting.

So very, very, very, good!

Ashley Bain

I was curious about this one! Especially since Frank’s Hot Buttered Banana Bread isn’t a permanent :( Loved that stuff.


I love this one in a completely different way. This rooibos version has even more of a true banana bread flavor in my opinion, but I still have much love for Frank’s black tea version as well :)

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This is a sipdown. It’s the last of the sample from Jenn and while it isn’t my favourite, it is still pretty darn good. But I admit, I can’t really taste the banana bread details. It’s a very tolerable rooibos tea. It does have a sort of warm and earthy flavour to it.

Not something I’d buy on my own, but a nice caffeine free tea, for near midnight while packing for my trip to LA on Wednesday.

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This is one of the old herbals Teasipper removed from the Here’s Hoping TTB and sent to me. Thank you!

My first though on trying this was that it was very tasty, but definitely didn’t taste like Banana Bread. It has a smooth rooibos base, with a very mild flavor. It mostly tastes sweet and nutty, with an occasional hint of sour in the aftertaste. It’s doesn’t taste artificial or cloyingly sweet like many sweet blends, so that’s definitely a plus. After puzzling over the flavor for a while, I’d say it reminds me of the hazelnut syrup I had last time I was at iHop. It’s quite yummy, definitely something I would consider buying, even if I’m not tasting banana at all. I know these samples are rather old, so that might be part of it.

Flavors: Hazelnut, Maple Syrup, Sweet

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Well, there was one tea in the package you didn’t absolutely detest anyway. :D


Yep, and even if I dislike all the others it will be a chance to knock some things off my wishlist.


Oh I’m glad some of those were on your wishlist. Just take into consideration that they have traveled a bit and would probably taste better fresher. :D


I’ll keep that in mind :)

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #2
I’m always willing to try any of TheNecessiteas teas! However, this one isn’t on their website so I can’t really tell how old it is. The flavor still seems delicious anyway! It’s more of a syrupy sweet flavor along with some nuttiness that should be walnuts. It’s not fakey banana anyway. I love banana bread! The second steep was also really flavorful – definite walnuts. Not sure how that happens without noticeable walnuts in the blend… A nice smooth and sweet rooibos as well. I’d really love to try more Necessiteas blends. I wish they offered sample sizes.

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