Cowboy Creamsicle

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Black Tea
Black Tea Leaves, Orange Pieces, White Chocolate
Creamy, Orange
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 13 oz / 378 ml

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From Tumblewood Teas

Perfectly balanced, this creamy smooth blend of honeybell orange and decadent white chocolate is a scrumptious dessert tea.

Ingredients: Black Tea, White Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk Powder, Soya Lecithin, Natural Vanilla), Orange Slices, Flavor
Contains: Soy, Milk

Country of Origin: USA, China

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Tea #5 from Another TTB
Shelley_Lorraine !!!!!!!!! Thank you thank you thank you sooooo much for including this in the box. I’ll have to keep the last serving for myself. I’m sad there wasn’t more:( this was so delicious! When I opened the sample it waft the scent of those oh so delicious Popsicle brand CREAMSICLES!!! Wow and steeped it is definitely that same taste! I add sugar and milk and it brings this dessert tea up a few notches!! Wowzah! I love it! It was another below freezing day today and I loved that I could have a Popsicle but keep warm as well! I never thought it possible!!!

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Della Terra’s Orange & Cream is also creamsicle goodness, in a caffeine-free version :)


So happy this little Montana company is gettin’ some luv on Steepster :D

BrewTEAlly Sweet

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BrewTEAlly Sweet

Awesome! I’ll have to add it to my wish list! I truly enjoyed this one! And I usually don’t like fruity teas hot but it was AMAZING as a latte. Thank you so much for adding it!

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I meant to try this tea again with different preparation and BrewTEAlly Sweet’s note reminded me. I took her suggestion for milk and sugar (rock sugar). It’s sooo much better this way. Sorry BrewTEALLy, I almost had it in mind to send you the rest of mine b/c I didn’t think I’d be drinking much of it. :p

BrewTEAlly Sweet

Ha ha no worries:) I’m glad you enjoy it now! I’m glad to help:) I will have to order some when I get a chance :)


might have to indulge in this one…. i love creamsicles, and guayasa and i don’t get on. any other recommendations from this vendor?


the mountain mint chocolate is pretty good. My note for it might have hyped it up a bit more than it deserves b/c it is a miracle that I like any flavored puerh tea, but its still a good one to try :)


oh, but are you in canada? I cant remember where everyone is. I don’t know if they have international shipping. My mother bought these teas from their brick and mortar store. I was surprised to find that they even have a website.


yup, i’m up in canada =0)

no worries… often a phone call fixes things, serious vendors make exceptions for international callers usually.

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I was in Montana this last week visiting my grandparents and I found this tea at a local cafe. I had to try some, it’s just not a vacation unless I come home with new tea. When I penned the package the dry leaves smelled exactly like a creamsicle. I steeped for 3 minutes with boiling water. The tea keeps that same smell. It is a lighter orange in color and slightly cloudy I think due to the melted white chocolate. It tastes like a warm melted push pop. I think i am going to try it iced since this just seems like an iced flavor to me. I did not add any thing to sweeten or milk. It is a sweeter tea already. It is a very nice orange tea.

Flavors: Creamy, Orange

2 tsp 13 OZ / 378 ML

Long time no see! Welcome back!

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