Orange Creamsicle

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Natural Orange Flavor, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Orange Peel
Flavors
Creamy, Orange
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Final tea of the advent grab bag. Though the 25th tea was meant by Nichole to be had on New Year’s Eve, I saved this for today, the first, since it’s Kiki’s name day. “Dry smells like...” Read full tasting note
  • “I received the following review by text from my Tennessee friend last night: “Orange Creamsicle is a winner!” I heartily agree. My eyes rolled back in my head with pleasure when I sniffed the...” Read full tasting note
  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 21 I had a video chat with my friends today and decided to make a tea for that. I only had two of today’s advent teas left but I was saving them for the baking fun...” Read full tasting note
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  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar, December 15 This is indeed orange tea in a cup. And somehow creamy. It was drinking an orange hot ice-cream. It was very juicy, enjoyable and smooth/creamy, but on the...” Read full tasting note
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Final tea of the advent grab bag. Though the 25th tea was meant by Nichole to be had on New Year’s Eve, I saved this for today, the first, since it’s Kiki’s name day.

“Dry smells like tangerine!”

I sniff it and say I think I smell cream, hand the packet back to Kiki.

sniff “Huh, yeah! Kinda like… kinda like a, what’s it called… a creamsicle.”

picks up the mug “Yeah, it definitely smells creamy, like creamsicle. Yes, hm, mildy citrusy, tangerine-orange flavor. I pick up the black tea and it smells like a …lightly… creamsicle. And it tastes like a creamsicle. smiles The more you drink, the more the orange comes out. I can taste the orange rind, or cit— citrus rind, whatever kind it is. It’s good. It’s very good. I’m not one to really like that vanilla cream kinda flavor BELCH because it tastes artificial laughs sorry, oopsie, more laughs so I probably wouldn’t buy it. Happy New Year everybody.” smiles

(FWIW, this is called Orange Dreamsicle on the packet)

Thank you so much, Nichole, for making this advent possible. Kiki had a great time trying a new tea almost everyday this past month. We found several that she really liked and I’ll be purchasing pouches of those for her if they’re available. The best part for her, though, was having me share her reactions with Steepster. She loves to please, so all your comments made her happy. I’ll be sure this year to post some reviews from Kiki here and there.

ashmanra

I have been hitting this one hard the past few days! It is one of my favorites, along with Parker’s Blend and Spiced Fall Evenings and,,,

DrowningMySorrows

Kiki’s reviews are great. I look forward to reading more of them this year :)

Cameron B.

Happy New Year, derk and Kiki!

Martin Bednář

Happy New Year to you and Kiki :)

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I received the following review by text from my Tennessee friend last night: “Orange Creamsicle is a winner!”

I heartily agree. My eyes rolled back in my head with pleasure when I sniffed the pouch…scent memories that go all the way back to the church camp snack bar orange push-up pops. (I chose to stomp out the accompanying memories of those embarrassingly tortured junior high summer camp romances. It would just spoil the experience ;)

Steeped at three minutes fifteen, the orange was spit-spot accurate in flavor with no tartness. It lost a tiny bit of the creaminess, but with a little half-and-half, I felt like I was drinking melted ice cream. Reached the bottom of the cup far too soon.

ashmanra

I love this note! This was my tea yesterday though I haven’t posted it yet, it was so good that I pulled out the pouch I already own and made more in the afternoon!

Martin Bednář

Haha, at least I am not only one who thought it is kike an ice cream! INdeed easy-drinking cuppa

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 21

I had a video chat with my friends today and decided to make a tea for that. I only had two of today’s advent teas left but I was saving them for the baking fun so I decided instead to make this one. This is the tea I pulled out to drink on day 21 of advents but didn’t quite get to it since I got caught up building my tea cabinet.

I was intrigued by my video chat which means I was more focused on that than the tea. However, I do recall I definitely got a clear creamsicle flavor. Sweet orange and vanilla cream combined. Unfortunately I also got honeybush which took me out of it a bit. With that said, I had another creamsicle tea today and I would say this was the better of the two in my book.

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar, December 15

This is indeed orange tea in a cup. And somehow creamy.

It was drinking an orange hot ice-cream. It was very juicy, enjoyable and smooth/creamy, but on the other hand I am lacking the base now. Always complainer.

Flavors: Creamy, Orange

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Courtney

Creamy orange sounds oddly delicious.

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advent day 23
I’ve had this one before so it was a nice treat. I still think the honeybush overpowers and makes this a less desirable blend.

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2509 tasting notes

On Saturday my husband finished our backyard patio of pavers beside the carport where I have my rockers, and it looks awesome! So today, for the first time since March, I was able to invite someone over for tea! I texted my next door neighbor and asked if she would like some socially distanced tea and cake and she said she would take me up on the tea!

I told her to go through the side garden, through the gates, and meet me out back. We have a big glass table and I set our chairs sufficiently far apart and brought out the tea stuff. When she heard it was a French Grandmother’s Lemon Yogurt Cake, she changed her mind about not having cake.

This neighbor has only had tea with me once or twice so I felt a lot of pressure for the tea to perform. I offered milk and sugar but she said that the tea we had before didn’t need any sugar even though she usually adds it, so she just wanted milk.

I had steeped three teaspoons in a stump pot and resteeped, adding both steeps to my big tetsubin to carry outside. The first steep went a little over so I was nervous that it would be bitter, but it wasn’t. It was awesome, and went wonderfully with the cake.

The black tea base was nice and strong to pair with the sweet cake, the orange warmed and softened by vanilla was beautifully sunny and the fresh citrus flavor was nice with the sharper lemon of the cake. (There is lemon zest in the cake and a lemon and sugar glaze brushed on the cake that soaks in.)

I was very happy that she loved both the cake and the tea and drank many cups of tea. She told me that she usually isn’t a big fan of lemon but was intrigued by the yogurt in the cake and that was why she wanted to try it.

Another neighbor came later to borrow a yard tool and rocked in my socially distanced rockers for a while, and was given a bowl of mushroom and rice soup to take home, so all in all, it was a really good day with nearby humans that I have not been able to see much since March! I am somewhat of a homebody and a loner at times, but I am missing warm people and good conversation.

White Antlers

Oh, this was so heartwarming to read about! I work from home and even as a loner/introvert, these past several months have been hard. Your neighbors are very lucky to have you!

Martin Bednář

I am glad that you could see your neighbors!

ashmanra

It did my heart good! I do NEED time all alone sometimes and I really look forward to it with excitement, but I also need people and conversation. I have been missing it!

gmathis

Come play with me and my Sunday bunch. An hour with those rowdies and you’ll welcome your solitude again ;)

ashmanra

Gmathis: Ha ha! I know you are right! It is all about balance, isn’t it? I have some students I would love to hug the stuffing out of, but I am restraining myself.

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