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Last one from the Cookie Box!
This one mostly just tastes sweet to me, I assume from the white chocolate pieces? There is a bit of something cookie-ish, a hint of butter and maybe vanilla. But overall I’m finding the flavor quite weak and the body thin.
Anyway, it’s okay, I just wish it had a stronger flavor. My favorites of the bunch were definitely Almond Cookie and Salted Caramel Cookie. But it was fun to try them all! I might have to try some of the other curated Sips by boxes in the future.
Flavors: Butter, Rooibos, Smooth, Sweet, Thin, Vanilla, Watery, Woody
From the Cookie Tea box.
I was a bit nervous to try this one, as I assumed it was going to be almond flavored, which generally means almond extract or marzipan flavored. It’s actually not, it’s similar to S&V’s Almond Sugar Cookie or American Tea Room’s Brioche. Very buttery and rich-tasting almond pastry notes with a subtle sprinkling of cinnamon on top. There’s a nice caramelized flavor to it as well.
I know Brioche was a catalog blend, so perhaps this is the same one. I couldn’t say, it’s been too long since I had it ha ha. But this was very tasty!
Flavors: Almond, Butter, Cinnamon, Pastries, Smooth, Sweet, Woody
This was part of the Cookie Box I ordered on whim, because who doesn’t like cookies? :P
It’s actually really good. I wasn’t expecting much, as I often find caramel teas disappointing, and this one has cocoa butter pieces in it, which I find weird. Luckily, it’s not that oily, and the caramel flavor is buttery and silky without being too heavy. I do get a touch of salt as well.
My only criticism is that I think it would be better on an oolong base, but still very enjoyable. I would consider ordering this one if I were in the market for a salted caramel tea. Not sure I will, just because it’s not a flavor profile that I would reach for often.
Flavors: Butter, Caramel, Creamy, Salt, Silky, Smooth, Sweet
I bought the Cookie Box from Sips by because I was ordering a cute Halloween mug and the flavors sounded appealing. It has four cookie-flavored teas, this being the first.
Sadly, not a fan. This mostly just tastes like boozy chocolate flavoring to me, with a touch of buttery creaminess on the side. Though as someone who doesn’t enjoy chocolate flavoring, I didn’t really expect to love it anyway.
Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Butter, Chocolate, Creamy, Hay
Ashmanra sip down- the end of American Chocolate a week- drink a chocolate tea. I bought this tea over six months ago and forgot to try it. I really like this chocolate tea. It has a rich dark chocolate flavor. It is not sweet so I added stevia. Delicious as a latte with almond milk and topped with chocolate whipped cream. One of my favorite chocolate teas. Tastes like a dark chocolate cookie. Does not taste artificial at all.
Flavors: Cookie, Dark Chocolate
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Flavors: Caramel, White Chocolate
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Flavors: White Chocolate
This sample from Sips by was only 3 teaspoons, only big enough for one large mug. I really enjoyed the flavor. It is quite cookieish, with the white chocolate and other flavors completely covering up the rooibos base. The almond and other desserty flavors all go together really well. It’s especially good with milk. I may have to order some more. The second steep was strong too. I taste a lightly spiced sugar cookie with an almost fruity icing, but not quite.
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Saturday 2/6 With being so transient lately I am trying to use up my samples. This was from an old sipsby box, clearly a DT forever nuts dupe. Unfortunately I’m not a fan of this flavor profile anymore. This package said 4 servings (meaning 8 oz x 4), I made it in maybe 24 oz of hot water and just sipped it while doing other stuff in the room in the morning.
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This one isn’t my favorite so I’m thankful it’s a small packet!
It’s not bad or anything, just all chocolate flavoring, which I never seem to get along with. The base is smooth and nondescript, and I do get a little hint of cacao nib, but it’s mostly drowned out by artificial and boozy chocolate taste.
Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Cacao, Chocolate, Smooth
This is from my January Sips by box.
As yummy as the name sounds, I was really not excited for this one. I often have a difficult time with chocolate flavoring in tea, as it always tastes so waxy and artificial to me. But here we go…
Yeah, not a fan… The chocolate flavoring has an almost boozy quality to it, as well as tasting like cheap Easter chocolates. I’m not sure I can taste the cacao nibs or the coriander here, unfortunately. A pity, coriander sounded like such an interesting addition!
Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Chocolate, Sweet