David's Tea Toasted Walnut

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Flavors
Almond, Nuts, Walnut, Bitter, Nutty, Butter, Sweet, warm grass, Grass, Sweet, Coconut, Pineapple, Toasted
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Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec 11 oz / 315 ml

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  • “Had the last of it today. There was enough for more than cup but less than 2 cups. It came out slight bitter because of the smaller broken tea leaves and the lack of the pineapple bits at the...” Read full tasting note
    72
  • “This was a sample in an order and I regret waiting so long to try it because it is now retiring soon. It taste similar to a sweet green tea walnut cookie. The green tea taste is still there among...” Read full tasting note
    84
  • “This is a tasty tea, especially for hot lattes. My largest (and only) gripe with this tea is that it is too similar to the other green tea by David’s called “Movie Night.” Especially when made a...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “I really dislike walnut in foods, but for some reason, I love walnut-flavored teas. The flavor is so sweet and nutty. It goes really well with the green tea and the second brew is tasty as well. I...” Read full tasting note
    91

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54 tasting notes

Had the last of it today. There was enough for more than cup but less than 2 cups. It came out slight bitter because of the smaller broken tea leaves and the lack of the pineapple bits at the bottom. It is quite nutty and I can taste the slight bit of the oiliness of the coconut. Glad to done with this. It was good but not something I would want to keep for a long time. It was a good treat while I had it.

Flavors: Bitter, Nutty

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50 tasting notes

This was a sample in an order and I regret waiting so long to try it because it is now retiring soon. It taste similar to a sweet green tea walnut cookie.
The green tea taste is still there among the sweetness and the nutty flavors. To be honest I am not really a person who eats walnuts very often, but found this tea to be a nice treat.
If it came back in stores, I would probably purchase some because I find it to just be a really nice balance, not too any one element

Flavors: Butter, Nuts, Sweet, warm grass

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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This is a tasty tea, especially for hot lattes. My largest (and only) gripe with this tea is that it is too similar to the other green tea by David’s called “Movie Night.” Especially when made a latte, the two are virtually indistinguishable. The reason it becomes troublesome to me is that Movie Night is a sweet tea, supposedly attempting to resemble sweet and salty movie snacks, and has sugar. If Toasted Walnut had less of a sweet taste to it like Movie Night, it would be perfect.

Flavors: Butter, Grass, Sweet, Walnut

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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I really dislike walnut in foods, but for some reason, I love walnut-flavored teas. The flavor is so sweet and nutty. It goes really well with the green tea and the second brew is tasty as well. I got this as a sample in my summer order, and I am definitely impressed. There was enough in the bag to make a bigger cup than usual, and there was a huge walnut in there too. I would definitely order more of this…but I already made a Davids Black Friday order! I wasn’t supposed to order any more tea this year, but their sale was pretty good, and I ordered under a pound, so I wasn’t too too bad. Also sorry that this review isn’t on the official page for this tea. It redirects me to the Steepster home page when I click to review, so I’m leaving the review here!

Mastress Alita

When a tea page is stuck in the “Mobile” view you just have to hit the “Edit tea info” button like you are going to change info in the entry, then hit “Save” again (you don’t have to actually change anything on the entry). That will refresh the cache on it and force it out of the Mobile view that always redirects to the main page whenever you try to click “Review this tea”, “Save to Cupboard” or “Save to Wishlist.”

AJRimmer

Aha! Thank you! I’ve put the review in the correct place now. This definitely solves a mystery for me!

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1944 tasting notes

Sipdown no. 123 of 2018 (no. 479 total). A sample.

Just enough to both taste for note-taking purposes and sipdown in a single steep.

The walnut smell coming out of the packet is quite intense. It’s not just walnut, though. It’s a sort of a sweet, candied walnut. That is likely the effect of the coconut and pineapple in the blend. It also says it has almond, which is interesting. Not sure why something called walnut would muddy the waters with almond?

But apparently, David knows what he’s doing because after steeping, what I mostly get is toasted walnut in the aroma. Some coconut, but not really any fruit and not any other nut. The tea is a lemon yellow color and cloudy.

The flavor is on the nose. It tastes exactly like what it advertised itself as, for which it gets some ridiculous number of points in my book. The coconut and pineapple are taste-able, but they mostly act as boosters of the toasted walnut flavor.

And the almonds? As the tea cools, I smell them as I stick my nose into cup to sip, but they, too, boost the toasted walnut flavor by enriching the nuttiness.

Pretty much a home run if you want a green toasted walnut tea.

Flavors: Almond, Coconut, Pineapple, Toasted, Walnut

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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